A nice look back on some iconic Cleveland landmarks.
The Telling Mansion might be headed for this list.
It is very sad to me that the Telling Mansion Library is going to be closed. This library is a lovely and magical environment. It is so very lovely to sit there reading and to gaze up and to absorb the history of the building. Many people, especially many children, do not have the opportuniy to visit and explore mansions of the past. Isn’t history worth preserving. Isn’t the public library about opening the minds of everyone with opportunity?
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Good Old Fashioned Hand Written Code by Eric J. Schwarz
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November 2013, Lyndhurst City Council passes resolution to be omitted from library tax base
We may be weeks away from the approval of a sale. Please Act Now!
USA Today “10 Great Places to Find a Nook and Read a Book”
Names one of Cleveland Magazines “Best in Cleveland”
Telling Mansion SOLD! for less than half of appraised value.
In March 2013, Lyndhurst City Council passes resolution to remove Lyndhurst name from the new library.
Your actions are going to be what saves this library.
One of the <1% of Public Libraries on National Register of Historic Places