The Jonathan Hale Homestead, Oak Hill Road, Bath Township, Summit County. Post Office: Peninsula, Ohio. Exterior: Built about 1825 on ground purchased in 1810 by Jonathan Hale, who came from Connecticut to the Western Reserve. The house, handsome in proportion and detail, graces a most scenic location in the Cuyahoga River Valley. The rooms on the four different levels are furnished, for the most part, with family heirlooms. Maintained as a museum by the Western Reserve Historical Society, Cleveland, Ohio, it is open to the public from May to October each year.
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