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, Ruminskias investigation soon embraced the full legacy of Clevelandas industrial history and the indomitable characters who created the cityas Gilded Age. John D. Rockefeller, Samuel Mather and more giants of industry built Clevelandas 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 wasnat 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|