Welcome to the first episode of the Cleveland Voices podcast, and the first entry in our two-part series exploring the development of the Detroit Shoreway neighborhood. The episode begins in the late nineteenth century – a time of neighborhood growth and prosperity. It culminates in the late twentieth century with the neighborhood at a breaking point.
Written and produced by Sarah Nemeth, Graduate Student of History.
A Special Thanks to This Moment In Black History for letting us use their song "Pollen Count" (from the album "Public Square") as the music in this episode.
List of Oral Histories (in order of appearance):
- Ray Pianka clevelandvoices.org/items/show/2609
- James Craciun clevelandvoices.org/items/show/2618
- Frank Murphy clevelandvoices.org/items/show/2631
- Peter Kole clevelandvoices.org/items/show/2614
- Lynn Kupsa clevelandvoices.org/items/show/2612
- Bernie Rose clevelandvoices.org/items/show/2915
- Anthony Anzalone clevelandvoices.org/items/show/2624
- Juanita Ortiz clevelandvoices.org/items/show/2613
- Sister Ann Kilbane clevelandvoices.org/items/show/2628
- Beverly McClintok clevelandvoices.org/items/show/2615
- Donna Belles clevelandvoices.org/items/show/2608
- Mary Jane Yuhas clevelandvoices.org/items/show/2611
- Ruth Rubio-Pino clevelandvoices.org/items/show/2939
- Mary Jo Mazzarella clevelandvoices.org/items/show/2616
- Bennie Jean Johnson clevelandvoices.org/items/show/2627
- Councilman Matt Zone clevelandvoices.org/items/show/2610
- Nancilee McCormack clevelandvoices.org/items/show/2625
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