“The Great Lakes Exposition” by Brad Schwartz, historian and author
The Great Lakes Exposition was held in Cleveland during the summers of 1936 and 1937, drawing seven million visitors over its two-year run. The exposition was intended to observe the city’s centennial anniversary and to celebrate the Great Lakes Region. It was also hoped that it would help lift the city’s economy out of the Great Depression.
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