JBL Clark, owner and founder of Clark Restaurants, is at left, standing in front of his first store which he opened in Cleveland in 1896.
Items in the collection were scanned and posted with permission from the Phyllis Wheatley Association. The collection features photographs taken at…
This exhibit examines the ways that women were involved with and depicted at the Great Lakes Exposition. The expo was...
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