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Cleveland's Millionaire's Row

Author Alan Dutka

2019-11-12 19:00:00 2019-11-12 20:00:00 America/New_York Cleveland's Millionaire's Row Author Alan Dutka answers to the most often-asked questions regarding the famous avenue during this historical look back at the birth, glamour, decline and renaissance of Cleveland's grand old avenue. North Royalton Branch

Tuesday, November 12
7:00pm - 8:00pm

Add to Calendar 2019-11-12 19:00:00 2019-11-12 20:00:00 America/New_York Cleveland's Millionaire's Row Author Alan Dutka answers to the most often-asked questions regarding the famous avenue during this historical look back at the birth, glamour, decline and renaissance of Cleveland's grand old avenue. North Royalton Branch

North Royalton Branch

Large Meeting Room 121 & 122 (140)

Author Alan Dutka answers to the most often-asked questions regarding the famous avenue during this historical look back at the birth, glamour, decline and renaissance of Cleveland's grand old avenue.

The incredible affluence and astounding extravagance of Euclid Avenue’s “Millionaires’ Row” have fascinated Clevelanders for more than a century. Within these stately mansions, United States presidents enjoyed dinners and discussions with powerful politicians and influential industrial and banking leaders. Cleveland’s Millionaires Row provides authoritative answers to the most often-asked questions regarding the famous avenue: where were these elegant mansions located, how did their occupants acquire such enormous wealth, what caused the street’s demise and what replaced the famous old homes? In addition to celebrating the street’s former prosperity, the presentation also reveals the remarkable progress accomplished in remaking Euclid Avenue’s four-mile stretch from Public Square to University Circle. Cleveland’s Millionaires Row vividly illustrates the birth, glamour, decline and renaissance of the grand old avenue.

Sponsored by the Friends of the North Royalton Library.

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