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Patrick Calhoun and the Birth of Cleveland Heights

Frank Meade, Society Architect

Barton Deming and The Legacy of "Euclid Golf"

Nathan Ambler and the Development of Ambler Heights

Frank C. Cain

Harold T. Clark

Dr. George Washington Crile

Myron T. Herrick

Adella Prentiss Hughes

Margaret Wagner

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Forest Hill Park
John D. Rockefeller's Summer Playground

Lake View Cemetery
Cleveland's Most Beautiful "Final Residence"

Cain Park
Cleveland Heights' "Summer Arts Park"

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Mr. Brown's Neighborhood
A Look at the Real Mayfield Heights

Park Synagogue
Architect Who Fled the Nazis Created a Masterpiece in Cleveland Heights

A Brief History of Shaker Lakes
The story of Cleveland Heights' favorite "water park."

Whatever Became of Park School?
The great mystery about Park School is that much of its history remains obscure.

Before the JCC: A Pictorial Tour of "Glen Allen"
The Jewish Community Center at Mayfield and Taylor Roads is no more. In its place is the rapidly rising Bluestone...

Cleveland Heights's Liberty Row
Trees have always been planted as symbolic gestures. And not only is Greater Cleveland a good example& -- it's one of the very first regions to coordinate a living memorial to soldiers...

Drive By History: The Painter Estate
The beautiful stone walls at Lee Rd. and Fairmount Blvd. surround not only Beaumont School, but a vibrant history that includes wild animals, exotic birds and a bank embezzler.

Cumberland Park & Bathhouse
Eight Decades of Keeping us Cool.

 
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