Pete Ramnytz was born in Akron, and in 1955 he and his parents moved into the Mustill store in the Cascade Locks Park. In this interview Ramnytz recalls living in the house and his parent's attempts to get the city of Akron to buy the property to preserve to place's history.
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Interviews in this series, covering topics relating to the preservation of the West Creek and Cuyahoga River watershed (Cleveland, Ohio), were collected by participating teachers in the Rivers Roads and Rails grant, a Teaching American History (TAH) grant, sponsored by the US Dept of Education.