School of Urban Affairs FORUM

Thomas F. Campbell, Ph.D. Exhibition Gallery
A Century of Planning in Cleveland

April 2002
School of Urban Affairs
Glickman-Miller Hall, Atrium
A Century of Planning in Cleveland looks back at the important twentieth century plans that have shaped our city and forward to how today's plans will re-shape our city into the future. Each plan is displayed in its historical, social and economic context.
The exhibit is designed to educate viewers about the important role of planning in Cleveland's physical and social planningdevelopment. Over the last century, Cleveland has built a rich legacy of planning. From Daniel Burnham, Ernest Bohn and John T. Howard to Norman Krumholz and Hunter Morrison - Cleveland's planners have been leaders in their profession. This exhibit celebrates their legacy.