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consultant , author , American studies educator

Gladys Marylin Haddad, American studies educator, author, consultant. Recipient Achievement award Northern Ohio Live, Cleveland, 1990, award American Association for State and Local History, 1988.


Haddad, Gladys Marylin was born on September 12, 1930 in Cleveland. Daughter of Fred and Rose (Amor) Haddad.


Bachelor, Allegheny College, Meadville, Pennsylvania, 1952. Bachelor of Fine Arts, Lake Erie College, Painesville, Ohio, 1974. Master of Arts, Case Western Reserve University, 1961.

Doctor of Philosophy, Case Western Reserve University, 1980.


Teacher South Euclid-Lyndhurst (Ohio) Schools, 1952-1960, Cleveland Heights (Ohio) Schools, 1960-1963. Professor, administrator Lake Erie College, 1963-1989, Western Reserve History Society, Cleveland, since 1989. Professor, administrator American studies Case Western Reserve University, since 1990.

Founder, director Western Reserve Studies Symposia, since 1985. Scholar, consultant, planner Ohio Humanities Council, since 1984. Reginally speaking virtual Western Reserve Studies Symposium Online, since 2007.

Speaker in field.


  • Other Work

    • Author, editor: Ohio's Western Reserve: A Regional Reader, 1988, Anthology of Western Reserve Literature, 1992, Laukhuff's Book Store of Cleveland: An Epilogue, 1997, Flora Stone Mather: Daughter of Cleveland's Euclid Avenue and Ohio's Western Reserve, 2007. Editor: Western Reserve Studies: A Journal of Regional History and Culture, since 1984. Producer (video) Samuel Mather: Vision, Leadership, Generosity, 1994, Samuel and Flora Stone Mather: Partners in Philanthropy, 1995, Flora Stone Mather: A Legacy of Stewardship, 1997.


Director Lake Erie College Press, 1982-1989. President trustees, Music and Performing Arts at Trinity Cathedral, incorporated, since 1994. Member American Studies Association, Great Lakes American Studies Association (secretary-treasurer, vice president 1985-1994), Ohio History Society, Western Reserve History Society, Western Reserve Architectural Historians (board directors), Women Historians of Greater Cleveland (president 1987-1989), Case Western Reserve University History Associates (board directors since 1997, president since 2003), Lake County History Society (trustee 1984-1992), Fortnightly Museum Club (board directors, vice president 1992-1997, trustee Women in History since 1996).


Fred Haddad

Rose (Amor) Haddad