: Caption reads "Residence of John Omwake, 2409 Grandin Raod. Erected in 1905, of indian red limestone and stucco, the architecture reminds one of the english tavern or hostelry of Charles Dickens' time. Considered by many enthusiasts as one of the most beautiful estates in Cincinnati, it is so situated that it overlooks the beautiful Ohio River and the distant hills of Kentucky. Photo by Federal Writers' Photographer, District #2. July 6, 1937".
John Omwake was president of the United States Playing Card Co and was married to Teressa J. Iredell on April 10. 1905. He wrote a book called "Conastogas of the West" which detailed his family's move from Pennsylvania to Ohio during the late 1800's. View on Ohio Memory.
: SA1039AV_B03F04_014_001 Subjects
: Architecture; Cincinnati (Ohio)--Buildings, structures, etc Places
: Cincinnati (Ohio); Hamilton County (Ohio)