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artifacts, costumes, and the largest collection of documents describing the Shaker communities in the United States. But for many guests, the highlight of a visit to the Cleveland History Center is the colorful Grand Carousel. This century-old carousel was originally located in Euclid Beach Park on Cleveland’s lakefront. The Grand Carousel was sold to an amusement park in Maine when Euclid Beach Park closed in 1969 but made its way back to Cleveland in 1996. The WRHS carefully restored the hand-painted horses and chariots to the 1910 period, breathing new life and history into the old attractions. Today, guests can ride the Grand Carousel and experience a piece of Cleveland history for themselves. In addition to the exhibits at the Cleveland History Center, the WRHS is also responsible for Hale Farm and Village, a living history museum in Bath, and Canfield’s Loghurst, the oldest residence in the Western Reserve. Today, the Western Reserve Historical Society is the oldest cultural institution in Northeast Ohio. Visit WRHS.org to learn how you can see Ohio history for yourself.

Preserving the Past Celebrating the Western Reserve Historical Society

Long before Ohio was a state, the area 120 miles west of the Pennsylvania border was known as the Western Reserve. In 1867, six decades after Ohio was admitted into the Union, the Western Reserve Historical Society (WRHS) was founded to preserve and share the history of the people and communities of the Western Reserve. Initially a branch of the Cleveland Library Association, the WRHS’ first home was on the third floor of the Society for Savings Bank in downtown Cleveland. Since then, the WRHS

relocated to its current home in University City, preserving

two historic mansions in the process: the Hay- McKinney Mansion and the Bingham-Hanna House. Today, these mansions are part of the Cleveland History Center of the WRHS. The Cleveland History Center is home to around 800 oil paintings, 3,500 decorated artifacts dating back as old as the 18th century, military


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