'Unseen Cleveland' looks at the city's great past

In "What Moses Saw," artist Marge Gulley depicts a view of the shoreline as it was seen by Moses Cleaveland and the Erie Indians. The Bay Village Historical Society will display an exhibition of her work on Sept. 15.

“Unseen Cleveland,” a program presented by Bay Village artist Marge Gulley, shows images of Cleveland’s great past and explains their importance.

In the past, you could travel along Euclid Avenue and admire the grand mansions, marvel at the impressive vessels being built in the shipyards, or board a train to Chicago leaving from the lakefront Second Union Depot. The exhibition, “Unseen Cleveland” is an artistic account of some of the city’s past.

The exhibition can be viewed on Thursday, Sept. 15, at the Bay Village Community House, sponsored by the Bay Village Historical Society. The 6 p.m. social will be followed by a potluck dinner and the 7 p.m. program.

The entrée of Tuscan chicken with bowtie pasta will be provided by the historical society. Guests are asked to bring an appetizer, side dish or dessert for 10 to share and their own place setting. Admission is free. Phone Cathy Flament at 440-835-4472, or Steve Ruscher at 216-346-5645 to reserve a seat for the presentation.

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Volume 8, Issue 17, Posted 11:08 AM, 09.07.2016