Lost Cleveland: Seven Wonders of the Sixth City

















Lost Cleveland

Leave it to Michael DeAloia, the Tech Czar of the city of Cleveland, to start a blog called The Cool History of Cleveland, and then to turn that blog into a cool book.

Published by The History Press, “Lost Cleveland: Seven Wonders of the Sixth City,” focuses on seven culturally significant and iconic architectural gems, from Severance Hall to “Andrew’s Folly,” the grandest home built on Millionaires Row, “Lost Cleveland” reveals a rare historical perspective of what was at one time the sixth largest city in the US.

View the exclusive Cool Cleveland video interview with Michael DeAloia here: http://www.coolcleveland.com/video/?vid=gLRalCERZRk&page=0

Cool History of Cleveland blog: http://CoolHistoryOfCleveland.blog.com

Lost Cleveland: Seven Wonders of the Sixth City book: http://www.HistoryPress.net

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2 Responses to “Lost Cleveland: Seven Wonders of the Sixth City”

  1. Susie Sharp

    This is exciting news! Where do we find out when and where we can get our copies signed? Do we have to buy this online only? Or when Michael does a signing, will he have books for purchase at that time? This will be a terrific holiday present!

  2. Molly Neider

    What a great book! Received it on Wednesday, read it by bedtime on Wednesday. I would love to see a tour of Cleveland that would include these glorious landmark sites. What a grand time it must have been to live in Cleveland! I have visted the Mather Mansion – the most beautiful woodwork and craftsmanship.
    This book has given me a new appreciation for the city that has inspired me since my family moved here from West Virginia in the 60’s.

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