Reinhart built his house where tennis court #1 now stands and worked at becoming a farmer. He raised and sold bees and bee frames, sold milk to local firms, raised registered cows, and farmed the land. He had the land surveyed in 1889 and sold peripheral lots on Lancaster Street and Fairview Lane to help fund his enterprises and care for his family.
background at the crest of the hill
The barn was very close to the house, just below where tennis court #1 now stands.
After Reinhart's accidental death in 1913, his son, Joseph K. Stehle Sr., saw to it that the farm continued as a single entity as long as he lived. Corn one year, straw the next.
On November 17, 2017, Marietta's City Council renamed the park Gold Star Park. It is named to honor any relative who has sacrificed a loved on the the the armed forces of the United States.