Let's Take a Trip Through 1960s Tremont


  • Cleveland Memory Project

While "Tremont: An Architectural Process," a CWRU student video produced in 1968, appears to have been made as an examination of housing and planning in the inner-ring neighborhood featuring student's ideas for the future, it is more enjoyable now as a trip in the wayback machine to the corners and streets some of you might remember as they looked then.

Unfortunately, it's not embeddable, so you're going to have to watch it on CSU's Cleveland Memory Project page directly.

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