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Its hard to choose a favorite, but Charles Brushs home at 3725 Euclid Avenue definitely ranks in my top five. It was designed by George H. Smith (also responsible for Andrews Folly and had a hand in the design of the Arcade). We know Charles Brush best as the inventor of the arc light and a forefather of General Electric.

Its hard to choose a favorite, but Charles Brushs home at 3725 Euclid Avenue definitely ranks in my top five. It was designed by George H. Smith (also responsible for Andrews Folly and had a hand in the design of the Arcade). We know Charles Brush best as the inventor of the arc light and a forefather of General Electric.

Cleveland Area History: 8411 Euclid Avenue was built by John J. Stanley. It was designed by Meade & Granger and built in 1893. This home would have stood on the north side of Euclid where a set of row houses currently fills the block between East 84th and 85th Streets

Cleveland Area History: 8411 Euclid Avenue was built by John J. Stanley. It was designed by Meade & Granger and built in 1893. This home would have stood on the north side of Euclid where a set of row houses currently fills the block between East 84th and 85th Streets

This mansion was once part of ‘Millionaire’s Row’, many of which have since been demolished. Description from flickr.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

This mansion was once part of ‘Millionaire’s Row’, many of which have since been demolished. Description from flickr.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Cleveland Historical | Millionaires RowTom Johnson House, ca. 1910: Johnson, who earned his fortune after patenting a standard toll-box for trolleys, is best known for his service as the progressive Mayor of Cleveland from 1901-1909.   Image courtesy of Cleveland State Library Special Collections

Cleveland Historical | Millionaires RowTom Johnson House, ca. 1910: Johnson, who earned his fortune after patenting a standard toll-box for trolleys, is best known for his service as the progressive Mayor of Cleveland from 1901-1909. Image courtesy of Cleveland State Library Special Collections

3033 Euclid Avenue Cleveland OH Andrews Mansion

3033 Euclid Avenue Cleveland OH Andrews Mansion

Cleveland Area History: Mr. David Norton owned the next residence that sat at 7301 Euclid Avenue. Charles Schweinfurth designed this structure as well. Mr. Norton was a banker and a partner of the iron-ore company Oglebay Norton Company.

Cleveland Area History: Mr. David Norton owned the next residence that sat at 7301 Euclid Avenue. Charles Schweinfurth designed this structure as well. Mr. Norton was a banker and a partner of the iron-ore company Oglebay Norton Company.

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