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The Michael Schwartz Library's Special Collections Department contains materials regarding the history of Cleveland and Northeast Ohio.
The collection includes clippings from the Cleveland Press newspaper, which ceased publication in 1982. The Cleveland Memory website provides access to digital content from Special Collections.
See the Local History Research Guide for more information!
Use Interlibrary Loan Services to get articles, books, dissertations, and other materials you need that are not available from the Michael Schwartz Library or from OhioLINK.
Welcome to the Research Guide for the UST 259: Natural History of Cleveland course.
My name is Diane Kolosionek, and I am the Urban Affairs Subject Specialist Librarian at the Michael Schwartz Library of Cleveland State University. This guide will assist you with the library research needed to complete the assignments in this course.
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I am your Personal Librarian. I am happy to meet with students individually to help you get started with your research or to answer any questions. Please use the button to the right to make an appointment with me. If the days and times available do not fit your schedule, then please call me or email me so that we can find a mutually convenient time to meet.
Please create a Library PIN if you don't have one already! You need a Library PIN to view My Account (your library record where you can renew materials) and to access Research Databases, eBooks, and Course Reserves from off-campus.
See the PIN Instructions if you need help.
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