"My father created a bunch of characters and he loved them all," said the California resident. "But he always had a special place in his heart for Superman. He created a character here in Cleveland that is known and loved throughout the world."
The Siegel and Shuster Society wants to get the message out that Superman is a Clevelander born and bred, created in a modest house on Kimberly Avenue in Glenville.
Within days, a Christmas tree decorated with Superman ornaments will be up at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.
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