Lost Cleveland is an engrossing excursion into the city s rarefied architectural air during its heyday as the sixth largest city in the country Author Michael DeAloia recounts the histories of seven culturally significant and iconic architectural gems that defined Cleveland s position of wealth and importance during the industrial age Inspired by noble visions of Cleveland s most elite residents, these structures reflect the vigor and imagination that suffused city leaders From Severance Hall, still home to the Cleveland Orchestra and the only structure in this collection that remains standing, to Andrew s Folly, the grandest house built on legendary Millionaire s Row, Lost Cleveland provides a revealing historical retrospective on the growth, development and ultimate decline of the North Coast s greatest city....
|Title||:||Lost Cleveland: Seven Wonders of the Sixth City|
|Publisher||:||The History Press November 26, 2010|
|Number of Pages||:||112 pages|
|File Size||:||592 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Lost Cleveland: Seven Wonders of the Sixth City Reviews
Being born and raised in Cleveland, I always like finding interesting tidbits about the city that I didn't know before. I got this as a gift for my dad for Christmas - but ended up reading it first myself!
I purchased this book to give as a birthday gift. My friend loved the book because she loves old photos of Cleveland.
It's embarrassing to say that I'm born and raised in Cleveland, and I didn't know about most of the cool and forever lost places and stories that are shared in this excellent book. Michael Dealoia gave me an education about the history of the city I love so much, and for that I am grateful. So much so it made me feel even prouder to be a Clevelander.
The author is sloppy and writes with a "smart ass" attitude. An adult should have forced him to think about the subject matter and encouraged him write something worth reading. Sad.
Kinda lame. Good pictures but most of the info' s regurgitated and I've read way more detailed descriptions elsewhere. Fast read.