Thank you! :-) RT @EllieAsksWhy: Contrast @gapingvoid w/hand-drawn, all-original artwork by @ClevelandFed http://youtu.be/hWdm9pp6NQUEvidence of friendly Cleveland Fed!
— ClevelandFed (@ClevelandFed) June 6, 2011
The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland is the headquarters of the U.S. Federal Reserve System's Fourth District. The district is composed of Ohio, western Pennsylvania, eastern Kentucky, and the northern panhandle of West Virginia.
|Main office in downtown Cleveland since 1923|
The Cleveland Fed building was designed by architects Walker & Weeks. The building is considered an historically significant piece of architecture. I like how it looks too. Apparently, few know much about the art and architecture of the building, not even in Cleveland!
The building was extensively renovated about 15 years ago. The architectural and design preservation firm that did the work has some spectacular photos of the interior, which I couldn't find anywhere else.
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Propaganda and Patriotism exhibit on war bonds
I found only one more photograph of the interior, from the Cleveland Fed's own site. All others were fuzzy, low quality images from an Illuminati conspiracy website. The irony is not lost on me.
This is the entire Drawing Board series of videos produced by the Cleveland Federal Reserve. Really Bad Drawings, Real Simple Explanations consists of 16 videos, with a total playing time of 1 hour and 40 minutes.
Despite being the Cleveland Fed's most popular YouTube video series (there are actually complements and requests for new videos, instead of disgruntled monetary policy rants!), I suspect that the series has been discontinued. There have been no new entries in 11 months.