Euclid Golf Neighborhood, Ohio (Images of America Series)
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Euclid Golf Neighborhood, Ohio (Images of America Series)

by Deanna L. Bremer, Hugh P. Fisher
     
 

Euclid Golf Neighborhood reveals in vintage images the excellent planning and history of one of the finest neighborhoods in the country. Euclid Golf was built on land owned by John D. Rockefeller, who lent it to the Euclid Club for its golf course. Developer Barton R. Deming employed Garden City principles and deed restrictions to entice the elite of Cleveland,

Overview


Euclid Golf Neighborhood reveals in vintage images the excellent planning and history of one of the finest neighborhoods in the country. Euclid Golf was built on land owned by John D. Rockefeller, who lent it to the Euclid Club for its golf course. Developer Barton R. Deming employed Garden City principles and deed restrictions to entice the elite of Cleveland, while architects Howell and Thomas, Charles Schneider, and others designed splendid houses in the revival styles that defined gracious living. As prominent Clevelanders made their homes in Euclid Golf, Fairmount Boulevard became known as "The Euclid Avenue of the Heights."

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780738532547
Publisher:
Arcadia Publishing SC
Publication date:
04/15/2004
Series:
Images of America Series
Edition description:
Reprint
Pages:
128
Sales rank:
465,491
Product dimensions:
6.46(w) x 9.22(h) x 0.37(d)

Meet the Author


Deanna Bremer and Hugh Fisher uncovered these historic photographs of the Euclid Golf development while researching their own Euclid Golf homes, and in an attic they found the original drawings from architects Howell and Thomas. Their work has resulted in Euclid Golf's listing with the National Register of Historic Places.

Deanna Bremer and Hugh Fisher uncovered these historic photographs of the Euclid Golf development while researching their own Euclid Golf homes, and in an attic they found the original drawings from architects Howell and Thomas. Their work has resulted in Euclid Golf's listing with the National Register of Historic Places.

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