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CONTENTS OF ISSUE NO. 11, WINTER, 1984
James Ewinger: Cultural Fisticuffs, 3
In-fighting in public and commercial fine arts radio: a “ring-side” account.
Robert H. Jackson: The Second Greatest Sport, 10
As the number of book collectors has grown, so has the range of collectible books and the variety of dealers.
Herbert Ascherman Jr.: Cleveland Orchestra Portraits, 22
Cleveland photographer captures musicians and their instruments.
Craig B. Shumaker: The American Steel Industry: Embattled Goliath, 28
The steel industry in the United States faces a crisis – the big blast furnaces are being supplanted by more efficient mini-mills.
Elliot and Sandra Phillipson: Dominick Labino, Master of Molten Glass, 39
The master craftsman describes the art and science of glass blowing.
Ellen Schauber: Navajo, 47
A language so complex that it was used as a code during World War II:latest of The Gamut’s “Languages of the World” series.
Jeanette E. Tuve: Florence E. Allen, First Woman State Supreme Court Judge, 51
Her abilities combined with the women’s suffrage movement to propel her into public office.
Candace S. Shirman: Marble Mirrors of Society: Cemeteries in Cleveland, 61
This history of burial sites reflects our society’s changing values about life and death.
Gladys Haddad: The First Women’s Colleges, 75
Three Cleveland area colleges broke a long-standing tradition of excluding women from higher education.
Shony Long: Magical Gliding – Figure Skating, 87
For many champions and amateurs, ice skating is a way of life.
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