: Caption reads "Residence of Miss Mary Hanna, 2581 Grandin Road, built in 1900, of Bedford blue stone, is a model of English architecture. Photo by Federal Writers' Photographer, District #2, July 1, 1937. Cincinnati, Ohio"
Photograph showing the Mary Hanna home, located on Grandin Road in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio. Built in the Romanesque Revival style of architecture, this home was completed in 1906 by the architectural firm of Elzner and Anderson. Mary Hanna was the daughter of wealthy industrialist Henry Hanna, who made his fortune in coal, iron, railroads and real estate. She is known for her philanthropy toward the Cincinnati Art Museum and the children of Cincinnati. View on Ohio Memory.
: SA1039AV_B03F05_036 Subjects
: Romanesque revival (Architecture--Ohio--Pictorial works.)--United States; Cincinnati (Ohio)--Buildings, structures, etc Places
: Cincinnati (Ohio); Hamilton County (Ohio)