Gerald Quinn, a first generation immigrant from Ireland, came to the United States in 1961. Coming to Cleveland in the early 1960s, Mr. Quinn recalls downtown Cleveland teeming with people, traffic, and department stores. He discusses events within the Cleveland Cultural Gardens throughout his time in Cleveland, maintance of the Irish Cultural Garden, the relevence of the gardens, and funding. Other topics include Irish Clubs, marching in Cleveland's St. Patricks Day Parade, and getting involved in the radio business, and the importance of Irish hertige.
Quinn, Gerald (Interviewee)
Neff, Rachel and Bell, Erin (Interviewers)
Cleveland Cultural Gardens series 1
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"Gerald Quinn Interview, 20 April 2005" (2005). Cleveland Regional Oral History Collection. Interview 800026.