The Cleveland Memory Project is a freely searchable online collection of digital photos, texts, oral histories, videos and other local history resources, built by the Michael Schwartz Library at the Cleveland State University in collaboration with a host of community partners around Northeast Ohio.
Web exhibits covering a wide variety of local topics bring together all the digital resources available in Cleveland Memory and provide context and additional information. This collection includes links to the Cleveland Memory exhibit homepages and can be searched or browsed by topic.
Browse the Cleveland Memory Exhibits Collections:
- African American History
- Built Infrastructure
- Business, Industry and Technology
- Cities and Towns
- Immigration and Ethnicity
- Neighborhoods and Landmarks
- Politics and Government
- Public Safety
- Railroad History
- Recreation and Popular Culture
- Reform, Charity, and Philanthropy
- Women and Women's Issues