Len Calabrese Interview, 2004

In this 2004 interview, Len Calabrese discusses his involvement in the City Club of Cleveland, Ohio. According to Calabrese, it is a place for community outreach, fostering community and diversity. He says, “I appreciate having a place where different viewpoints can be expressed.” A portion of the interview focuses on corporate and philanthropic contributions, membership and programming. During the interview, Calabrese also talks about memorable events and speakers. At the end of the interview, he offers thoughts on the future such as technological and possible format changes.

Participants: Calabrese, Len (interviewee) / Humphrey, Tom
Collection: City Club
Institutional Repository: Cleveland Regional Oral History Collection

Oh no! This interview has not yet been transcribed.
Transcription is expensive and time-consuming. You can support transcription on clevelandvoices.org by sponsoring an interview. As a sponsor, your name – or the name of your family or organization – will become part of the archival record. Donations to the Center for Public History + Digital Humanities are processed via the CSU Foundation and are tax-deductible.

Sponsor this interview

City Club

Interviews with members of the City Club of Cleveland, conducted by Dr. Tom Humphrey of the Cleveland State University Department of History.