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University Circle Book List

University Circle Book List

Explore University Circle from the safety and comfort of your home with a book! It’s a great way to stay connected to the neighborhood until the next time you can visit in person.

Most of the titles below can be purchased online, and some may be available as e-books through the Cleveland Public Library and Cuyahoga County Public Library.

Did we miss any of your favorite titles? Let us know! Send an email to comments@universitycircle.org and we’ll add your suggestions to the list below.

Happy reading!

Print Publications

Cleveland A to Z
John Grabowski

Lost Cleveland
Laura DeMarco

Cleveland’s University Circle
Wayne Kehoe

Find it a the Cleveland Public Library
Or the Cuyahoga County Public Library

Cleveland’s Lake View Cemetery
Marion J Morton

Euclid Avenue: Cleveland’s Sophisticated Lady
Richard E. Karberg and James A. Toman

Showplace of America: Cleveland’s Euclid Avenue
Jan Cigliano

The Severances: An American Odyssey, from Puritan Massachusetts to Ohio’s Western Reserve, and Beyond
Diana Tittle

A Paradise in the City: Cleveland Botanical Garden
Diana Tittle

Gardens: The Cleveland Museum of Art
Mary Hoerner and Jeffrey Strean

Cleveland Builds an Art Museum: Patronage, Politics, and Architecture, 1884-1916
Walter C. Leedy

Object Lessons: Cleveland Creates an Art Museum
The Cleveland Museum of Art and Evan H. Turner

In Their Path: A Grandmother's 519-Mile Underground Railroad Walk
Joan Southgate and Fran Stewart

Children’s Books

Hershey Children’s Garden at Cleveland Botanical Garden
Maureen Heffernan

CircleWalk Activity Book 
Help your child navigate University Circle with the CircleWalk Activity Book. Find a PDF copy here! 

Online Publications

The Doan Brook Handbook
Laura C. Gooch
https://doanbrookpartnership.org/doan-brook-handbook/

The Poetry of Hart Crane
https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poets/hart-crane
Hart Crane lived in University Circle and attended East High School. There is a memorial where his home once stood on East 115th Street.

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