Retired attorney Frank E. Wrenick is a contributor to the Cleveland Plain Dealer and other publications. He lives in Cleveland Heights, Ohio, USA.
"well-researched and documented...well written in a highly readable style...fine addition to automotive history"--SAH Journal; "the authors have done a masterful job in bringing together Ohio's automotive history in a very readable format. Regional histories such as this are extremely helpful when doing research and this book would be a welcome addition to any auto historian's shelf"--Antique Automobile; "the definitive book on the role of Cleveland and Ohio during the early days of the automobile industry...well-researched and documented...well written in a highly readable style...absolutely fascinating. I commend the Wrenicks on a fine addition to automotive history and McFarland & Company for continuing to publish such books"--CCCA Bulletin; "recommended"--Automobile; "well written and very informative. Recommended"--ARBA; "recommended"--The Automobile; "don't miss a word toward the front of Automobile Manufacturers of Cleveland and Ohio. This is where you'll read about Ohio and how important it was to the early automotive industry...each paragraph has a number of important facts worth remembering...McFarland has printed the book on quality paper. Not only that, but the type is large enough to read without a magnifying glass. Both are welcome...an important research tool."--Horseless Carriage Gazette.