This is the Sherman mansion – the home of John Sherman, the U.S. senator whose name is forever enshrined in the history of antitrust law. Where was his home located?
Covington, Georgia. The building served as the spot where “Gone with the wind” was shot in 1939.
Mountain View, California. Before Sherman moved in, the building was held by a newspaper czar.
Mansfield, Ohio. Shortly after Sherman’s death, the site was divided into more than 70 residential lots.
Mar-a-Lago, Florida. The original place was demolished to build Donald Trump’s well-known site.