Today I had the opportunity to page through a box of paper collected by Clyde Alexander Patterson.
He taught at Kent State University in Architecture and Environmental Design.
He led numerous historic building surveys in Cleveland during the mid-late 1970s.
Now, a box of paper sits in the attic of City Hall, as well as, his personal briefcase.
I will be posting some of his publications on effort to promote work done before the advent of the internet that now can gain public access through digitization.