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As part of the Telling Mansion revitalization project, the South Euclid-Lyndhurst Historical Society is moving into the gatehouse at the front of the property, along Mayfield Road. This will provide much visibility to the Historical Society and also make it more accessible to residents. In celebration of the Society’s 50th anniversary (2016) and both of our cities’ centennials (2017), plus, in order to offset the costs of this move, the Historical Society is offering personalized pavers to be installed on the grounds of the Telling Mansion.

Click Here to purchase a commemorative paver brick from the South Euclid-Lyndhurst Historical Society. The cost of the brick is fully tax deductible.

The Historical Society is commemorating the Centennial through publishing books of essays, both for adults and children. Contributors to these books are still being sought. Suggestions are being sought from residents as to what will be included in the time capsule to be buried on the grounds of Notre Dame College and opened on the City’s 150th Anniversary in 2067. If you have an idea of an item which could be included in the time capsule, please email Bob McKimm at bob@se-lhistory.org. The time capsule will be buried in a ceremony on Friday, October 13th the day South Euclid officially incorporated. It will be buried on the grounds of Notre Dame College.  Please click on the link below for details.

SE-L Historical Society Centennial Book of Essays