Originally settled as an early suburb of Cincinnati in the wooded countryside north of the city, the area is characterized by older homes and tree-lined streets.
The Adena constructed the mound at the location of Norwood's present-day Water Tower Park, which is the highest land elevation in the city and one of the highest in all of Hamilton County.
The large field with the oval track in the distance behind the school is the former Norwood Park, which was used for baseball games, outdoor theater, and traveling circuses.
Norwood Park was later replaced by the General Motors Norwood Assembly Plant and today is the site of the Grande Central Station shopping center.
where acting on the stage was part of the training.
At 18 he began to study law but his practical legal endeavors were largely unsuccessful.