Henrietta (Nettie) Richmond

10221 Lake Shore Boulevard "Haysmar"

Nettie was born on June 5, 1867, to Kaufman and Elizabeth Hays. She first married Louis Kirby Lippman on February 17, 1891. Louis was born on February 27, 1858, in Cincinnati, Ohio. He died in Cleveland on January 28, 1898, at age 39 and buried in Mayfield Cemetery. They had two daughters: Mabel (Amster) born on February 21, 1890, and Ruth, born on May 3, 1892, who died on February 14, 1899.

Nettie next married Harry B. Richman on June 23, 1903. Harry was born on October 31, 1864, in Trabelsdorf, Upper Franconia, Bavaria, Germany. They had two children: George Hays born around 1903, and Elizabeth (Bry), born on May 26, 1905.  Both attended Bratenahl School.

Harry founded Federal Knitting Mills along with Paul Feiss, Julius Feiss, Ludwig Seligman, and M.H. Goldberger. Harry died on October 12, 1910.

Nettie next married Dr. Daniel Adolph Huebsch on April 21, 1913. They had no children.

Daniel was born on January 12, 1871, in New York City, the son of Adolph and Julia Huebsch. He was educated in New York City public schools and went on to attend the City College of New York, Cambridge University, England 1900, University of Berlin, Germany 1901 to 1903, and received a Ph.D. from the University of Jena, Germany in 1904.

For twenty years, Daniel was a public lecturer on philosophy, literature, and art. He became actively engaged in psychoanalytic practice abroad and in the United States for more than four years. He translated and published the English version of Otto Pfleiderer’s “Christian Origins, Religion, and Historic Faiths.” He authored “The Development of Christianity,” “The Jesus Complex,” “The Murder Complex, A Psychoanalytic Study,” and “Pathways to the Fields of Art; a handbook of six lectures.”

Huebsch was a member of the American Jewish Committee representing district VIII, Ohio, a member of Independent Order Free Sons of Israel, Independent Order B’nai B’rith. Social memberships included Cleveland Society of Artists plus the Excelsior and Oakwood clubs.

The Cleveland Art Association was organized in 1915 by Dr. Huebsch to further interest in art and to provide support, both moral and financial, to artists and art institutions. Early on, the Association began giving one painting a year to the brand-new Cleveland Museum of Art.

Nettie died on August 23, 1931, and Daniel died on September 2, 1936, and buried alongside Nettie in Mayfield Cemetery.