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The Francis Drury Story

Cleveland Storyteller, Dan Ruminski, presents a portrait of Francis Drury and his family. Mr. Drury built Cedar Hill Farm (now Gilmour Academy) and a home on Millionaire’s Row. He donated land on which architect Phillip Johnson built the 86th Street Theatre. The 500-seat Drury Theatre was one of four theaters in the complex. Learn about the Drury connection to John D. Rockefeller and of an unexpected ending. Free admission, registration required. Please call Wickliffe Public Library at 440-944-6010 to register for this program.

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