Cleveland Union Terminal dedication book graphic

Cleveland Union Station:
a description of the new passenger facilities and surrounding improvements


When the Cleveland Union Terminal was formally opened in 1930, this souvenir dedication book was issued, explaining the new project and showing beautiful drawings of the facility.

Although not credited in the orginal book, the illustrations appear to be the work of John Kemeny, noted illustrator of Hungarian language publications in Cleveland at the time and we have secured the cooperation of the Kemeny family members that we have been able to locate.

This edition contains all the text and images found in the original 1930 book and appears with the cooperation of the Chicago architectural firm, Graham Anderson Probst & White.