A History of Cleveland, Ohio in 50 Objects #4: The David Berger National Memorial

"It is wrong to hurt people because they believe in a different religion than you do," she concluded. ..."Didn't people *understand* that?" the older boy asked her.


A History of Cleveland, Ohio in 50 Objects #3: The window of Charles Dickens’s stateroom aboard the steamship Constitution, 1842

"...and a party of ‘gentlemen’ actually planted themselves before our little cabin, and stared in at the door and windows ..."

Adeus, Coisa Selvagem. (That’s Portuguese for “Farewell, Wild Thing.”)

It takes love and dedication for someone to purchase, or make, a wig for a lawn goose.

A History of Cleveland, Ohio in 50 Objects, #1 of a Series: The Letter ‘A’

A couple of months ago, the New York Times ran a feature entitled  "A History of New York in 50 Objects," a selection they hoped "could embody the narrative of New York." They were inspired by the BBC's "History of the World in 100 Objects," and I in turn have been inspired by them. Probably... Continue Reading →

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