Adolf Cluss Schools - exhibition in the Charles Sumner School, WDC
Adolf Cluss Churches - exhibition in the Calvary Baptist Church, WDC
Adolf Cluss Buildings - exhibition in the Martin Luther King Library, Washingtoniana Division, WDC
Heilbronn History - exhibition at Otto Rettenmaier Haus - Haus der Stadtgeschichte, Heilbronn
The Heilbronn City Archives offer a virtual tour through Heilbronn in the 19th century
Cluss family - showcase in the WeinVilla, Heilbronn
The following exhibitions about Adolf Cluss and his time are still open to the public:
"Schools for All" - Adolf Cluss and the development of public education in Washington, the Nation's Capital
This newly configured exhibition opens at the Charles Sumner School Museum and Archives this fall. It highlights Adolf Cluss's role in designing eight public schools and three private schools in Washington.
Featuring elements from the former exhibit, Cluss's innovative concepts for design, ventilation, light and decoration which fostered an elevated status for public education can be revisited. It was in his school design that Cluss incorporated his ideas about the intrinsic and central status that education should have in an enlightened republic.
Charles Sumner School Museum and Archives, Washington, D.C.
1201 17th Street, NW
The Sumner School Museum and Archives are open Monday through Friday, 9:00 am to 8:00 pm, Saturday, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. Closed in August and for holiday weekends.
For further information, please call: 202-442-6060
Adolf Cluss and his work on six churches in Washington, DC
An exhibition that highlights Adolf Cluss's six church designs is displayed at Calvary Baptist Church, a building Cuss and his partner Joseph von Kammerhueber designed in 1864.
Calvary Baptist Church, Washington, DC
777 8th Street at the corner of 8th and H Streets NW
Calvary Baptist Church is one block from the Gallery Place Metro Station served by the Red, Green, and Yellow lines.
Call 202-347-8855 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange your visit.
More information at: www.calvarydc.com
Adolf Cluss's buildings in downtown Washington
The Washingtoniana Division of the Martin Luther King Library houses an exhibit about Adolf Cluss's buildings in downtown Washington, including his museums, commercial buildings, and houses. The exhibit also focuses on the impact of the Civil War on the development of Washington and on Cluss's career.
Washingtoniana Division of the Martin Luther King Library, Washington D.C.
G and 9th Streets NW
The Library is open Monday through Thursday, 9:30 am to 9:00 pm, Friday and Saturday, 9:30 am to 5:30 pm. For more information, call the Washingtoniana Division, 202-727-1213. Metro: Gallery Place (Red, Green, Yellow lines) or Metro Center (Red, Orange, Blue lines).
More information at: dclibrary.org/washingtoniana/
"Heilbronn historisch! Menschen, Plštze, Geschichten"
Exhibition about Heilbronn's history from the 8th until the 20th century. Open since 28th July 2012.
This exhibition is in German only.
Otto Rettenmaier Haus - Haus der Stadtgeschichte
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Virtual tour through the exhibition at Otto Rettenmaier Haus - Haus der Stadtgeschichte (in German): www.stadtgeschichte-heilbronn.de
"The Cluss family"
Four showcases present Heinrich Cluss, his daughter Henriette and her brothers August and Adolf. With a family album to leaf through
This exhibition is in German only.
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