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The author’s master’s thesis, written in the mid-1970s as the first preservation efforts were underway in Cleveland's Ohio City neighborhood. Poh Miller argues for the conservation of Ohio City’s diverse cultures and people, as well as its distinctive architecture. This thesis was submitted to the faculty of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences of the George Washington University in partial satisfaction of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts. Originally written: May 1975; Online publication: September 2018.
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Ohio City, Cleveland, Conservation, City Planning, Western Reserve, Cleveland History
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Poh Miller, Carol, "Ohio City: A Proposal for Area Conservation in Cleveland" (2018). Cleveland Memory. 39.
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The thesis, Ohio City: A Proposal for Area Conservation in Cleveland, was originally written in May 1975. It was published online by MSL Academic Endeavors in September 2018.