Cleveland Voices is a project of the Center for Public History + Digital Humanities at Cleveland State University Department of History. Audio is housed in the Cleveland Regional Oral History Collection, an archive of more than one thousand interviews collected since 2002. Content presented on this site represents the labor of students, faculty, and staff in the CSU Department of History and the perspectives of individual interviewees. Listeners are encouraged to verify stories through additional research.
Interviews with members of the City Club of Cleveland, conducted by Dr. Tom Humphrey of the Cleveland State University Department of History.
This 2004 interview with Robert Cavano touches on a number of topics, including the history and operations of the City Club of Cleveland, and local history and politics.
Interview with Stanley Adelstein, a longtime member of the City Club of Cleveland.
This interview with Bob Lustig deals with Mr. Lustig's experiences at the City Club of Cleveland.
The Reverend Hilton Smith discusses the history of the City Club of Cleveland, the mayoral administration of Carl Stokes, and the civil rights movement in Cleveland.
This 2006 interview with Steve Bullock deals with the history of the City Club of Cleveland as well as various local and (inter)national issues.
Dick Pogue, a lawyer in Cleveland, describes his positions at Jones-Day and at the City Club. He describes what he did while he worked for Jones-Day, and how he had a hand in making it the second largest law firm in the country. He then moves into…