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Between Spires and Stacks is a hard-to-find 1936 classic examination of juvenile welfare in Cleveland’s Tremont neighborhood. Written by Charles E. Hendry and Margaret T. Svendsen, and published by the Welfare Federation of Cleveland, it is presented here with the generous permission of the Center for Community Solutions, the Federation’s successor. We thank the Grasselli Library at John Carroll University for allowing us to digitize their copy of Between Spires and Stacks for this project.

ISBN

978-1-936323-77-7

Publication Date

11-2019

Publisher

MSL Academic Endeavors

City

Cleveland

Keywords

Tremont neighborhood, South Side, Juveniles, Youth, Delinquency, Poverty, Social welfare, Welfare Federation of Cleveland, Center for Community Solutions

Disciplines

Arts and Humanities

Comments

Cover image from The Cleveland Press Collection, Michael Schwartz Library, Cleveland State University

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