Lecture series at Cleveland State University in Hungarian history, literature, arts and sciences, 1985-1990. Presented jointly by Saint Margaret Hungarian School and C.S.U. Ethnic Heritage Studies at the Cleveland State University.
Housed at the Special Collections Research Center at the Kelvin Smith Library, Case Western Reserve University, the Marcel Dick Papers consist of compositions, sketchbooks, correspondence, clippings, oral history transcripts, programs, and lectures. Spanning the years 1921-2006, the collection documents his career as a composer and music educator in Europe and the United States
Supports interpretation and understanding of the history of Greater Cleveland. A project between Case Western Reserve University, The Western Reserve Historical Society and the northeastern Ohio community, the Encyclopedia represents the contributions of hundreds of academic scholars and talented amateur historians.