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Browsing items in: Hungarian Americans of Cleveland

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    • Clevelandi Magyar

    • Hungarians; Hungarian American organizations; Hungarian Americans; Hungarian Self-culture Club
    • Source: Emleklapok. A Clevelandi Magyar Huszonoteves Jubileuma. 1902-1927. p. 6. The picture was the property of Ms. Helen Horvath.
    • Szittyakürt

    • Szittyakürt; Hungarian newspapers; Cleveland; Hungarians; Hungarian Americans; Newspapers
    • Szittyakürt is a Hungarian language newspaper which was published in Cleveland. Its major topics: politics and emigration. This cover page is from the 2002 edition.
    • Buckeye Road

    • Buckeye Rd.; Hungarians; Cleveland; Ethnic community; Hungarian Americans
    • Mr. Louis Borzy 12216 Soika Aveue Cleveland, Ohio. East 17th Street between Stolton Avenue and the Rapid Transit. Stolton Avenue and the Rapid Transit is between Woodland Avenue and Kinsman.
    • Helen Horvath

    • Horvath, Helen; Hungarian education; Social activists; Educators; Hungarians; Hungarian Americans
    • Mrs. Helen Horváth was a renowned social activist who was determined to assist immigrants in the difficult and many times painful adjustment to life in America.
    • Hungarian School in Cleveland

    • Cleveland Hungarian School; St. Emeric Church; Hungarians; Hungarian Americans
    • Cleveland Hungarian School can be found in St. Emeric Church in Cleveland. This picture can be found in the following book: 1958-1998. 40 éves jubileumi emlékkönyv. Cleveland: Hungarian School, 1998.
    • Kárpát

    • Kárpát; Hungarian newspapers; Hungarian language; Hungarians; Hungarian Americans; Newspapers
    • Kárpát; Hungarian newspaper; Cleveland; Hungarians in abroad; Hungarian language
    • Karoly Bauhm

    • Bauhm, Karoly; St. Elizabeth of Hungary Roman Catholic Church; Clergy; Religion; Religious life; Hungarians; Hungarian Americans
    • Károly Bõhm was the first pastor of St. Elizabeth of Hungary Roman Catholic Church.
    • Julius Szepessy

    • Szepessy, Julius; St. Elizabeth of Hungary Roman Catholic Church; Clergy; Religion; Religious life; Hungarians; Hungarian Americans
    • Julius Szepessy was the second pastor of St. Elizabeth of Hungary Roman Catholic Church.
    • Helen Horvath

    • Horvath, Helen; Hungarian education; Social activists; Educators; Hungarians; Hungarian Americans
    • Mrs. Helen Horvath was a renowned social activist who was determined to assist immigrants in the difficult and many times painful adjustment to life in America. In 1901 Horvath opened a school for new Hungarian Americans to learn English and the...
    • Julius Zahorsky

    • Zahorsky, Julius; St. Elizabeth of Hungary Roman Catholic Church; Clergy; Religion; Religious life; Hungarians; Hungarian Americans
    • Julius Zahorsky was the fourth pastor of St. Elizabeth of Hungary Roman Catholic Church.
    • St. Elizabeth of Hungary Roman Catholic Church

    • St. Elizabeth of Hungary Roman Catholic Church; Religion; Hungarians; Hungarian Americans; Churches; Roman Catholic Churches
    • St. Elizabeth of Hungary Roman Catholic Church is an ethnic parish serving the Hungarian (Magyar) Community of Cleveland. In the picture the interior details of St. Elizabeth's sanctuary can be seen.
    • St. Emeric Church

    • St. Emeric Church; Hungarians; Roman Catholic Churches; Hungarian Americans
    • St. Emeric Church was established in 1904. It is a very significant church in Cleveland which is supported by the Hungarians. The picture can the found in the following book:The story of St. Emeric Church. Cleveland: St. Emeric Church. p.25.

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