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Euclid Corridor Oral History Project

   
Miscellaneous Project History Links

Oral History Links
Peter Bartis, Folklife and Fieldwork: A Layman's Introduction to Field Techniques (1986) on the Library of Congress website (click link above); The Southern Oral History Project is an excellent site, especially see the "how to" section and the "links" section.

Also, see Baylor's online workshop.

Maps and Building Surveys
The Library of Congress houses Panoramic Maps
including images of Cleveland. Now part of the National Park Service, the Historic American Building Survey and Historic Engineering Record have documented a significant amount of the American built landscape; many of their reports are available at the Library of Congress and many are also online in the American Memory Collection of the LOC.

Historic Preservation
National Register of Historic Places (National Trust for Historic Preservation)
Ohio Historic Preservation Office

Cleveland Landmarks Commission (City of Cleveland)
Cleveland Restoration Society
American Institute of Architects, Cleveland Chapter

Cleveland Regional Sources
The Encyclopedia of Cleveland History

The Northern Ohio Data and Information Service

Tebeau Home
Souther Home

 

Background: the Arcade, along Euclid Avenue; courtesy Historic American Building Survey