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1.  Emery May Holden Norweb, Grande Dame
Emery May Holden Norweb, who was known as a grande dame of Cleveland, was one of the most influential women in the history of the Cleveland Museum of Art. She was born on November 30, 1895 in Salt Lake City. Her grandfather, Liberty Holden, was the owner of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, and her father was Albert Holden, a successful mining engineer. At the start of the First World War, Emery was driving ambulances and working in hospitals in France, and it was during this time that she married R. Henry Norweb. R. Henry Norweb was a United States diplomat, so throughout the couple’s marriage they lived in numerous places around the world, including Tokyo, Chile, the Dominican Republic, Mexico, Bolivia, Peru, Portugal, and Cuba.
Collection/Type: Blog entry
2.  On the Anniversary of Pearl Harbor
Collection/Type: Blog entry
3.  25 Years of Parade the Circle
When the first Parade the Circle began its march around Wade Oval in 1990, it was an experiment in a different kind of parade.  According to the Plain Dealer’s David Sowd, reporting on June 8, 1990, Parade the Circle was conceived as a, “nontraditional,” parade, “that’s more performance art than anything else, with people-powered floats, giant puppets and ordinary folks w
Collection/Type: Blog entry
4.  E.A. Ruggles, CMA's first photographer
Edd Alvah Ruggles (1880-1940), seen in the image below, worked for the Cleveland Museum of Art for 25 years, serving as museum photographer and master printer.  Ruggles took many of the early photographs of the museum and its collections and was viewed as an expert in museum photography. 
Collection/Type: Blog entry
5.  Cleveland's Monuments Man
The story of the brave men and women who worked to rescue Europe’s greatest art treasures during World War II has been brought to the silver screen in The Monuments Men.  But did you know that monuments men also served in Japan?
Collection/Type: Blog entry
6.  Then and Now: Asian Galleries Transformed
Collection/Type: Blog entry
7.  Archives Behind the Scenes: Cold Storage
The Archives is happy to announce the arrival of a new cold storage unit (also known as a top quality industrial refrigerator).
Collection/Type: Blog entry
8.  Then and Now: The View from the South Terrace
From his post on the South Terrace of the Cleveland Museum of Art “The Thinker” has seen many changes to the University Circle landscape over the years.
Collection/Type: Blog entry
9.  CMA Celebrates the Holidays
Collection/Type: Blog entry
10.  New Gallery Maps Tool
The Museum Archives is pleased to announce an exciting new website feature.
Collection/Type: Blog entry

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