24 Stunning Vintage Images of Millionaires' Row on Euclid Avenue

Only a few of the  Millionaires' Row homes still exist today in Cleveland. But back when the city was the sixth largest in the country, in the early 1900s, Euclid Avenue was one of the most stunning places in the world. Here's a peek back at the past.

Only a few of the  Millionaires' Row homes still exist today in Cleveland. But back when the city was the sixth largest in the country, in the early 1900s, Euclid Avenue was one of the most stunning places in the world. Here's a peek back at the past.

Photos courtesy of the Cleveland Memory Project

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2343 Euclid Avenue - Tom L. Johnson Mansion. c. 1900
2343 Euclid Avenue - Tom L. Johnson Mansion. c. 1900
3033 Euclid Avenue - Samuel Andrews Mansion, 1917
3033 Euclid Avenue - Samuel Andrews Mansion, 1917
3201 Euclid Avenue, Daniel P. Eells Mansion. c. 1861
3201 Euclid Avenue, Daniel P. Eells Mansion. c. 1861
3725 Euclid Avenue - Charles Brush mansion. 1900 - 1929
3725 Euclid Avenue - Charles Brush mansion. 1900 - 1929
4111 Euclid Avenue - Slyvester Everett Mansion, 1934
4111 Euclid Avenue - Slyvester Everett Mansion, 1934
8615 Euclid Avenue - Francis Drury Mansion, 1912
8615 Euclid Avenue - Francis Drury Mansion, 1912
Along Millionaires' Row on Euclid Avenue. c. 1900
Along Millionaires' Row on Euclid Avenue. c. 1900
Drawing of Euclid Avenue map with Millionaires' Row landmarks, 1978
Drawing of Euclid Avenue map with Millionaires' Row landmarks, 1978
Euclid Avenue and Sterling (East 30th Street). 1906
Euclid Avenue and Sterling (East 30th Street). 1906
Euclid Avenue between E. 14th and E. 17th in 1914
Euclid Avenue between E. 14th and E. 17th in 1914