Shaker Heights Patch is celebrating the 100 years of Shaker Heights history by creating an online scrapbook. Each day for 100 days, we'll feature a photograph that helps tell the story of Shaker Heights.
Today's photograph shows the residence of Max S. Hayes, a newspaper editor, socialist politician and trade union activist. In 1891, he co-founded the Cleveland Citizen, which is considered the country's oldest labor newspaper.
He was an active member of the Socialist Labor party. He ran as the party's candidate for Congress in 1900, and for Ohio Secretary of State in 1902. In 1920, he ran for vice president of the Farm-Labor party.
Hayes died in 1945. Max S. Hayes High School in Cleveland was named in his honor.
Source: "Max S. Hayes" - Encyclopedia of Cleveland History
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