Warren Harding's home - Marion, Ohio Apart from his time spent in the United States Senate from 1915-1921, Warren G. Harding lived in this house in Marion until he was elected the 29th president of the United States in 1920. Built for $3,500 in 1891 as a wedding present for his fiancé, Florence Kling, the future president and first lady lived in the home.
Thursday, January 12th. Start your New Year off right! Network over a breakfast from Honest to Goodness Breakfast & Smoothies with fellow Chamber members. Our guest speaker, Lake Orion Community Schools Superintendent Marion Ginopolis, will speak about the state of our school system. This event is hosted by HHBV Nutrition & Wellness Coaching - Holistic Heath By Valerie.
The Glasgow School of Art (167 Renfrew Street, Glasgow) is probably the best known architectural work of Charles Rennie Mackintosh. It was built in two phases from 1897-1899 and 1907-1909 after Mackintosh had won the competition for the design of the building in 1896.