Western Reserve Historical Society exhibit of sources for 'Early Homes of Ohio'   Save
Western Reserve Historical Society exhibit of sources for 'Early Homes of Ohio'
Description: This photograph shows an exhibit at Western Reserve Historical Society in July 1994 which displays photographs, drawings, and architecture publications that Ihna Thayer Frary used as sources for his 1936 book "Early Homes in Ohio." Born in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1873, Ihna Thayer Frary was a prominent American art and architecture scholar, whose primary interest was the architectural heritage of the region of northeastern Ohio known as the Western Reserve. In addition to serving as publicity and membership secretary of the Cleveland Museum of Art, he was a professor of Ohio and American architecture at the Cleveland Institute of Art and Western Reserve University’s School of Architecture. Over the course of his career, Frary was a design consultant for private clients and designed furniture, and was an active member of several prominent arts councils in the Cleveland area. In 1963, Frary and his two sons donated his entire photographic collection to the Ohio Historical Society (now the Ohio History Connection). The Inha Thayer Frary Collection consists of 4,000 5 x 7 photographs of private residences, churches, taverns, and public buildings, as well as select rural buildings, bridges, archaeological sites, and public monuments. View on Ohio Memory.
Image ID: P112_B54B_4777_01
Subjects: Frary, I. T. (Ihna Thayer); Photography--Ohio; Architecture; Museum exhibits
Places: Cleveland (Ohio); Cuyahoga County (Ohio)