There’s a new exhibit opening at the Cleveland History Center that you won’t want to miss! A City Worth Fighting For, a new exhibition about Cleveland’s role in World War I will be opening at the Cleveland History Center (10825 East Blvd Cleveland) on Saturday Apr 7. When the United States entered World War I in April 1917, Cleveland unleashed its industrial might to aid the cause of Allied victory. A City Worth Fighting For illustrates many of the key contributions made both by Cleveland’s businesses and its citizens, including George Crile, Myron Herrick, and Newton D. Baker. The exhibition... Read More