Federal Reserve Bank- Cleveland.The Federal Reserve Bank Building in downtown Cleveland is said to be haunted by the ghost of a woman named Matilda. She is reportedly dressed as a flapper, and she killed herself in 1929 when the stock market crashed and she lost everything. She apparently stalks employees throughout the bank. Perhaps she was trying to warn them.
Georgia Marble Company stone can be found in monuments and public buildings around the world, including New York’s Stock Exchange annex, the Cleveland Federal Reserve Bank, the Lincoln Memorial and the twenty-four columns of the east front of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C.
Never built: In 1928, the architecture firm of Walker & Weeks began planning an imposing building for the Museum to be located at the corner of East Blvd. and Bellflower Rd. across from the Cleveland Museum of Art. Fundraising was well underway, but the Great Depression killed the project.