3rd Annual Jazz Festival at Riverside Cemetery
Jazz greats who rest eternally at Riverside include Robert Lockwood, Jr., Roberto Ocasio, and Robert "Skeets" Ross. Many greater Cleveland’s notable industrialists, land developers, political and cultural forefathers rest eternally at Riverside.
Riverside Cemetery is a wonderful cultural symbol dedicated in April 1876 with Gov. and President-elect Rutherford B. Hayes participating. It was initially a 102.5 acre farm owned by Titus Brainard; the farm land was acquired originally by his grandfather, Asa Brainard, when he came here from CT in 1814. The high land overlooked the Cuyahoga River.
The Administration Building (1896) and the Stone Chapel (1876) are nationally registered historic buildings.
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