Superman exhibit flys into Cleveland - 19 Action News|Cleveland, OH|News, Weather, Sports

Superman exhibit flys into Cleveland

Posted: Updated:
Main library in Downtown Cleveland Main library in Downtown Cleveland
CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) -

Cleveland is commemorating the 75th birthday of Superman with a special exhibit at the Cleveland Public Library.

In June of 1938, the first ever Superman comic book was created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, two young Clevelanders. These boys created of the idea of Superman, a hero who could help the greater good, when Cleveland was going through the Great Depression.

The Cleveland Public Library partnered with The Ohio Center for the Book to create the detailed exhibit which features, a collection of Superman memorabilia, photographs and paraphernalia from Mike Olszewski, the president of the Siegel and Shuster Society.

The exhibit will be open from June 14-September 14 on the 2nd floor of the main library. For more information on the exhibit, contact the Literature Department at 216-623-2881.

Copyright 2013 WOIO. All rights reserved.

Top Story

special

CONNECT WITH US

Updated:

LIKE Us on Facebook Follow Us on Twitter Get Text & Email Alerts Download our Apps Send us photos & video More>>

Powered by WorldNow