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Memorabilia from former Cleveland Mayor’s office to be featured in local museum

The contents of the office of former Cleveland Mayor Tom Rowland is now an official exhibit in the Museum and Cultural Center at Five Points.


The office desk, computer telephone, and all photos and awards on its walls have been replicated into a small office setting inside the exhibit hall.


 A dedication and ribbon cutting will be held Saturday, March 11 from 1-3 p.m. at the Museum. The public is invited. 


Upon his retirement in 2018, his successor Mayor Kevin Brooks and members of the City Council voted to donate the content of his office which represents over three decades of public service and great moments in the city’s growth and progress through the years.