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Among the Italians who immigrated to Cleveland in the late 19th and early 20th centuries were skilled stone carvers and sculptors. The skills and talents helped to create exquisite works in stone that continue to beautify Northeast Ohio.
This talk will explore the stone carvers and some of the works they created, including monuments and headstones at Lake View Cemetery, the Soldiers & Sailors Monument, and the iconic Guardians of Transportation.
Presented by the Western Reserve History Society.