|Title||Liberty Row. |
|Published||[Cleveland, Ohio : Cleveland Public Library, 1999] |
|Description||41 leaves ; 28 cm. |
|General Note||Caption title. |
Transcription of a list of names in the Dept. of Parks, Recreation and Properties, City Hall, Cleveland. The original list, transcribed from World War I memorial bronze plaques, is on 11 x 14 cm. onion skin in the City Council Archives Office. Pagination and index added by the History and Geography Dept. of the Cleveland Public Library, Nov. 1999.
|Summary Note||Summary: Liberty Row was a memorial to honor Cleveland area soldiers who died in World War I. It was a planting of oak trees from Gordon Park on Lake Erie, along Liberty Blvd., and into Cleveland Heights & Shaker Heights. A bronze plaque bearing the name of a dead serviceman was placed in front of each tree. |
|Subjects||Cleveland imprints -- 1999. |
Liberty Row (Cleveland, Ohio : Memorial)
Soldiers -- Ohio -- Cleveland -- Registers.
Soldiers' monuments -- Ohio -- Cleveland.
World War, 1914-1918 -- Monuments -- Ohio -- Cleveland.
World War, 1914-1918 -- Ohio -- Cleveland.
World War, 1914-1918 -- Registers of dead -- Ohio -- Cleveland.
|Organizations||Cleveland (Ohio). Dept. of Parks, Recreation, and Properties. |
Cleveland (Ohio). City Council.
Cleveland Public Library. History & Geography Dept.
|Call Number/Copies|| |
| ||WRHS Research Library: F 34 ZJG L695|
mq205491: LC class, open stacks [status: NON-CIRCULATING]