S.J. Kelly and Nathan Ambler
A researcher just reminded me that S.J. Kelly did a large number of columns on early Cleveland history for the Plain Dealer about 80 years ago. George Condon has given me a quite a few of them he'd collected, to promote the memory of a fellow PD columnist whose work he respected, and I've thought about mounting them to the web. Meanwhile, here's a sample of one by Kelly, about dentist Nathan Ambler, whose home was a landmark on the promontory near what's now the Baldwin Filtration Plant, and whose name now graces Ambler Park. The home was surrounded by his artificial "ruins" and is pictured above, from the 1874 Cleveland atlas by Titus.