The library`s Local History Collection is located in the Moreland Room on the first floor of the Main Library. Material in this collection is primarily concerned with the twentieth-century history of Shaker Heights and the development of the community.
The Moreland Room Local History Collection contains:
•  Books, photographs, videos, and other sources of information on the history, institutions, and personalities of Shaker Heights;
•  The Shaker Authors Collection--works by current and former residents of Shaker Heights;
•  The archives of the Shaker Heights League of Women Voters and Shaker Life Magazine;
•  Blueprints of many Shaker Heights homes, on microfilm (please read the Blueprints FAQ page for more information on accessing this material, and its limitations);
•  Shaker Heights High School Yearbooks from 1922;
•  and much more.
Materials in the Local History Collection do not circulate and must be used in the library. This collection is supported in part by generous donations to the Sheldon "Skip" Baumoel Fund. If you are interested in using the Moreland Room, please read Visit the Local History Collection.