Carol Hornick Interview, 2005
Carol Hornick grew up in the Forest Hills neighborhood in East Cleveland. She worked for the Cleveland Ballet, the Western Reserve Historical Society, and the Cleveland Playhouse. In this 2005 interview she discusses her work on WRHS's "Millionaire Row" project and her involvement with the Cleveland Ballet. She also discusses Cleveland's theatres and their history.
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History 311: Introduction to Public History
Interviews conducted by students in Introduction to Public History (HIS 311) at Cleveland State University Department of History, supervised by professors Mark Souther and Mark Tebeau.