Forest Hill, Cleveland, Ohio - Built during the 1870s, this mansion housed the "water-cure" resort that John D. Rockefeller Sr. owned a large stake in. After the resort quickly went out of business, the mansion became the Rockefeller family's summer home, dubbed the "Homestead." The Rockefellers split time between here & their home on Euclid Avenue's Millionaires' Row until the family moved to New York City in 1884, after which point they returned to Forest Hill each summer. [Burned down…
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Euclid077 Title Euclid Avenue with streetcar traffic Subject Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio) Streets City & town life Description "Richman Bros. new store at 725-731 Euclid Ave." -- photo verso Creator Cleveland News Co. Location Depicted Downtown (Cleveland, Ohio) Cleveland (Ohio) Time Period Reform and Challenges: 1900-1929 Date Original 1927
Dorothy Fuldheim, 1893–1989, American journalist and anchor in Cleveland, Ohio. Fuldheim is credited with being the first woman in the United States to anchor a television news broadcast as well to host her own television show. She has been referred to as the "First Lady of Television News." Barbara Walters of ABC News said that Fuldheim "was probably the first woman to be taken seriously doing the news. I knew Dorothy, and she made us all proud," said Walters.