Their Paths are Peace: The Story of Cleveland's Cultural Gardens
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The Cultural Gardens constitute a verdant symbol of the perpetual renewal of the human spirit through past cultures and future aspirations. As divergent elements of an harmonious whole, they represent democracy and brotherhood as set forth in the American ideal. They are testimony to the faith of their founders that in the visions of poet and prophet, of artist and musician, are after all to be found the supreme realities of history, and that it is the dreams of men which forge the destinies of nations. Original publication date 1954.
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Lederer, Clara, "Their Paths are Peace: The Story of Cleveland's Cultural Gardens" (2010). Cleveland Memory. 51.
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The original print version was published in 1954. Cleveland, Ohio: Cleveland Cultural Garden Federation.
Redistributed digitally by Cleveland Memory Project and MSL Academic Endeavors in 2010