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    • Tifereth Israel of Mt. Pleasant

    • Synagogues
    • Former typical residence at 3386 E. 119th thought o be built circa 1910 was acquired by Tifereth Israel of Mt. Pleasant in 1922 under the name Herste Congregation, then deeded to Tifereth Israel of Mt. Pleasant in 1939. Not to be confused with...
    • Temple Tifereth Israel

    • Churches; Synagogues; Judaism; Architecture, Romanesque-Byzantine; Temple-Tifereth Israel; University Circle; Greco, Charles; Temple Museum of Religious Art; Galleries & museums; Architecture, sacred
    • The Temple (Tifereth Israel) 1855 Ansel Road (Silver Park). 1924. Architect: Charles Greco.
    • Friendship Baptist Church (Temple Tifereth Israel)

    • Architecture, sacred; Architecture, Romanesque; Synagogues; Baptist churches; Baptists; African Americans; Central Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Temple-Tifereth Israel; Temples; Lehman And Schmitt; Jews - Ohio - Cleveland; Reformed Judaism; Friendship...
    • Friendship Baptist Ch. 5600 Central. 1894. Architects: Lehman & Schmidt. Formerly Temple Tifereth Israel.
    •  Tifereth Israel

    • Synagogues; Churches
    • Built in 1894 for Temple Tifereth Israel at the corner of E.55th, then known as Wilson Ave.Designed by Architect Israel J. Lehman. Sold in 1924 to Mt. Zion Congregational Church. Acquired in 1940, by the present owner, Friendship Baptist Church....
    • Huron Road Synagogue

    • Synagogues
    • Tiferith Israel incorporated in 1850 and purchased the land at 600 Huron Ave in 1856. Tifereth Israel sold the building to Alva Bradley in 1884. The building was then demolished in 1894. The land was consolidated with other parcels for the...
    • Nvai Zedek

    • Synagogues; Church buildings
    • Land acquired in 1923. Designed by architect Meyer Altschuld. Sold in 1957 after merging with Tifereth Israel of Mt. Pleasant and then with Bnai Jacob - Kinsman Jewish Center into Warrensville Center Synagogue in 1959. The building included with a...

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