Abstract

Oklahoma native, Marjorie M. Lamport recalls her move to Cleveland and the changes that have occurred in the last fifty years. She begins by talking about her time in Oklahoma during the Great depression. She continues by saying that her husband told her that they were moving to Cleveland because of work. Once in Cleveland, they settled in Maple Heights, until she divorced her first husband and moved to Cleveland Heights. There she lived behind what is now Severance Town Center, which she thought was a great idea. She thought it would bring shops closer to her home. She did enjoy going downtown to shop at Halle's however. She mentions what her and her kids did for fun before concluding the interview.

Creator

Lamport, Marjorie M. (interviewee)

Creator

Horan II, John (interviewer)

Project

Judson Manor

Date

3-21-2014

Document Type

Oral History

Duration

31 minutes

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