DescriptionFrancis Grover Cleveland as a boy. He is sitting, and wears a loose white shirt. His hair is parted on the side and his hands are out of view and appear to be together. Second Son, and the youngest of five children, of Mrs. Frances Folsom Cleveland and President Grover Cleveland. Born July 18, 1903, Buzzard's Bay, Massachusetts. Died Nov. 8, 1995, New Hampshire. Drama degree from Harvard, 1921. Co-founded The Barnstormers summer theater in Tamworth, NH. Married Alice Erdman of which one daughter was born. Served as Justice of the Peace in Tamworth 1968 - 1995, and as a Selectman in the 1950s. Predeceased by his wife and survived by his daughter.
NoteCourtesy of the State of New Jersey Division of Environmental Protection, the Grover Cleveland Birthplace Historic Site, Caldwell, New Jersey.
CollectionGrover Cleveland Birthplace General Collection
Organization NameGrover Cleveland Birthplace State Historic Site
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