I seriously underestimated this guy. The candy bar Baby Ruth was named after his baby Ruth, not Babe Ruth. His second child Esther was the first child born in the White House.
One of Cleveland’s biographers, George Parker, was the first press secretary. He collected clippings of Cleveland’s speeches and helped him work the press.
Lizzie Borden went on trial during his second Presidency.
He had secret mouth cancer surgery on a boat on the East River in NYC.
A man from Ohio organized the first march on Washington in 1894. He wanted the government to issue “$500 million in irredeemable paper money for highway construction.” He basically wanted government relief from the financial depression. Congress turned him down, so he organized a march. He ended up being arrested for trespassing on the Capitol lawn.