Family 1975-76 Collection - Richard Goldman

In 1910, he hired Cleveland architects Meade and Hamilton to design the last of Euclid Avenue's great mansions (on Millionaires' Row's eastern edge or two miles beyond it, depending on whom you ask). The 34-room, 25,000-square-foot English Renaissance Tudor home required 20 servants to maintain. The Cleveland Clinic has owned the Francis Drury house since 1989. Renamed the Foundation House, it hosts receptions, graduations for medical residents, and some Cleveland Clinic Foundation board meetings.

Family 1975-76 Collection