Abstract

Bill Jirousek, a representative of the Rusin Cultural Garden, discusses how an ethnic group establishes a new garden, the steps in the application process, and the stages of garden formation. He also discusses a new sense of professionalism and organization in the Cultural Garden Federation as it pertains to the Design and Preservation Committee.

Creator

Jirousek, Bill (Interviewee)

Project

Cleveland Cultural Gardens series 1

Date

2002

Document Type

Oral History

Duration

13 minutes

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