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Cleveland State University. Michael Schwartz Library. Digital Resource Commons

2121 Euclid Avenue OH
Cleveland, Ohio 44115

Fax: 216-687-2403

Phone: 216-687-5300

Repository URL: http://drc.csuohio.edu/ External Link

Repository code: oclu

Repository description (CRHP): For hundreds of digitized photos and other materials, see Cleveland State University's Cleveland Memory Project at http://www.clevelandmemory.org/. Photo collections of interest include "Notable Blacks of Cleveland," "Public Housing in Cleveland: A History of Firsts," and "Settlement Houses in Cleveland: Changing the Community from Within."

Repository description (extant): We encourage you to visit the Michael Schwartz Library and learn about the many services that we offer. While we are committed to providing access to information electronically so that you can access it from off-campus as well as from on-campus, the broadest array of services are still available to you from within the Library. We have a collection of more than 900,000 books, journals, recordings, and other media that you can browse or access through our online catalog, SCHOLAR.

The Digital Resource Commons (DRC) at Cleveland State University is a digital repository that stores, preserves, and shares the university's intellectual output and creative works on the Web.

Repository type: University Special Collection

Collections:

Cleveland regional oral history collection

 

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