When it comes to antiques in Cincinnati, Ohio, Ferguson's Antique Mall is more than a name, it's a tradition. It's humble beginnings started in downtown Cincinnati as Race Street Auction in and it quickly became widely known among antique collectors. Ferguson's Auction became a family affair. The Ferguson family patriarch, Mindell Ferguson and his wife and matriach of the enterprise, Helen Ferguson, were assisted by their children. Their five children, four sons Ernest, William Bill , John, Donald and daughter Brenda could be found helping out and eventually carrying on the family business.
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Some forums can only be seen by registered members. Originally Posted by andrewodo. Max's was on Central Ave. I believe the building was where the parking lot for the Cathedral is at this time. Originally Posted by kjbrill. Do you happen to know whether there was any connection to the Elkus family, or was it just a coincidence their original name for the Swifton Center store was Max's Gentry Shop?
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