Abstract

Dennis Coughlin, a life-long resident of Cleveland Heights, describes what he has seen growing up in Cleveland Heights. He discusses living in the Cedar-Fairmount Neighborhood. He recalls the various shops and stores that he would go into. He also remembers his elementary school, Roxboro School, and the various events that surrounded that school such as the Davis Cup. He then describes the Coventry Neighborhood and how it has changed over the years. After Coventry, Coughlin describes St. Paul's Church and Tucker Hall before he finishes with a brief description of learning to drive on Cedar Hill.

Creator

Coughlin, Dennis (interviewee)

Creator

Souther, Mark (interviewer)

Project

Cleveland Heights

Date

9-7-2012

Document Type

Oral History

Duration

58 minutes

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