Cleveland in the Gilded Age

Cleveland in the Gilded Age

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Cleveland storyteller Dan Ruminski discovered that the 6 acres under his home were originally part of a 1, 400-acre grand estate known as the Circle W Farm created by Walter White, founding brother of the White Motor Company. Drawn in by the fascinating history, Ruminskia€™s investigation soon embraced the full legacy of Clevelanda€™s industrial history and the indomitable characters who created the citya€™s Gilded Age. John D. Rockefeller, Samuel Mather and more giants of industry built Clevelanda€™s Millionairesa€™ Row. Come peek inside the once-grand mansions these millionaires called home and hear the delightful stories that bring the past to life. Join Ruminski and Alan Dutka on a return to this section of Euclid Avenue, which wasna€™t merely the most stunning show of wealth in Cleveland but also in the entire country.drainage, twelve inches of topsoil and a very special sod to withstand all the use such a field would undergo. ... original company supplied sewing machines to Sears, Roebuck aamp; Company, using the names Minnesota, Franklin and Kenmore.

Title:Cleveland in the Gilded Age
Author:Dan Ruminski, Alan Dutka
Publisher:Arcadia Publishing - 2012-12-14


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