Abstract

Alfonso D'Emilia, a representative of the Italian Cultural Garden, discusses the history of the Cleveland Cultural Gardens. He discusses the gardens that are in a formative state, the importance of heritage. There is also a discussion about the Italian Cultural Garden, from vandalism and future plans, to its inspiration, founders, and sculpture. The interview ends with a brief history about the ethnic enclave of Little Italy.

Poor sound quality.

Creator

D'Emilia, Alfonso (interviewee)

Project

Cleveland Cultural Gardens series 1

Date

2002

Document Type

Oral History

Duration

52 minutes

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