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    • Sinai Synagogue (Cleveland Heights, Ohio)

    • Churches; Sidewalks; signs; Sinai Synagogue (Cleveland Heights, Ohio); Streets; Synagogues
    • Black and white photo of church built circa 1920 by the Messiah Lutheran Church at 3246 DeSota in Cleveland Heights. Purchased by Sinai Synagogue, and then known as Congregation Beth Hamedrosh Anshe Galicia in 1952. In 1962 an addition was assed to...
    • Beth Israel - The West Temple

    • Synagogues
    • Property at 14108 Triskett Rd was acquired in 1953 by Congregation Beth Israel -The west Side Temple. Membership came from two groups The first being the long establish but diminishing Bnai Israel Congregation along with members of the newly...
    • Heights Jewish Center (Cleveland Heights, Ohio)

    • Automobiles; Driveways; Fences; Heights Jewish Center; Houses; Shrubs; Sidewalks; Synagogues; Trees
    • Black-and-white photograph of Heights Jewish Center, 14274 Superior Road. The house was built as a residence ca. 1909 on the estate of Louisa Stone and operated for a time as the Rest Haven Sanitarium. According to the history of The Heights Jewish...
    • No. 08: Antioch Baptist Church- Cleveland, Ohio

    • Antioch Baptist Church; Baptist churches; Cedar Ave.; African Americans; Churches;
    • "Antioch Baptist Church located on Cedar Avenue at East 89 Street. The imposing church ediface is the spiritual guidance home of a congregation numbering in the thousands. From its belfry the chime of its carrillon, on the quarter hour, can be...
    • Old Stone Church

    • Churches; Old Stone Church (Cleveland, Ohio); Presbyterian churches
    • "The Old Stone Church (The First Presbyterian Society in Cleveland) PUBLIC SQUARE Cleveland, Ohio 44113 Is one of America's most widely-known and influential churches. The congregation was organized in 1820, when Cleveland was a village of 150...
    • Woodland Methodist Sunday School

    • Churches; Methodist churches; Episcopal churches; Woodland Ave.; Synagogues
    • Building shown in the postcard was built for the Woodland Avenue Baptist Church in 1895 at the south west corner of Woodland and E. 61st. Architect was Sidney R. Badgley Sold by the trustees 1914 to Congregation Ahavath Zion. Circa 1931when the...
    • The Last Supper

    • Churches; Paintings
    • "One of the world's finest copies of Leonardo da Vinci's famous masterpiece, 'The Last Supper' adorns the sanctuary of the Broadway United Methodist Church, 5246 Broadway, Cleveland Ohio. This authentic copy was made from the original by two...
    • The Old Stone Church, Public Square, Cleveland, Ohio

    • First Presbyterian Church (Cleveland, Ohio); Presbyterian churches; Public Square; Heard & Porter; Churches
    • The First Presbyterian Society in Cleveland, located on Public Square is one of America's most widely known and influential churches. The congregation was organized in 1820 when Cleveland was a village of 150 inhabitants and is the oldest...
    • The Old Stone Church

    • First Presbyterian Church; Presbyterian churches; Public Square; Heard & Porter; Churches
    • (The First Presbyterian Society in Cleveland). Located on Public Square, Cleveland 13, Ohio is one of America's most widely known and influential churches. The congregation was organized in 1820 when Cleveland was a village of 150 inhabitants and...
    • No. 12: St. John A. M. E Church -- Cleveland, Ohio

    • African Americans; Methodist churches; Episcopal churches; East 40th St.; Churches; St. John's AME (African Methodist Episcopal) Church
    • St. John A. M. E Church. Adjacent to Central High School on East 40 Street. It is the home of the oldest African Methodist Episcopal congregation in Cleveland. Located at one time in the very heart of the Negro community, the congregational now...
    • Shaarei Torah; Peerless Dept. store

    • Synagogues; Church buildings
    • Congregation Shaarei Thora purchased the former home in Lenard Loomis in 1908. Built in 1882 and thought to have been used for several years prior to the congregation's purchase as a sanitarium. The home was remodeled for the congregation under...
    • Shomrie Hadath

    • Synagogues
    • Congregation established in 1922 by Hungarian immigrants. Property was acquired in 1926. New building was completed within a year and occupied by the Congregation until being purchased in 1972 by the Secondary Missionary Baptist Church. The...
    • Beth El

    • Synagogues
    • Congregation established by Rabbi David Genuth formerly with Bnai Jacob - Kinsman Jewish Center in 1950.Land was purchased by the congregation in 1951. This was the first Synagogue within in Shaker hts. Sold by Beth-El in 1998 to the City of Shaker...
    • Shomrie Hadath

    • Synagogues; Church buildings
    • Congregation established in 1922 by Hungarian immigrants. Property was acquired in 1926. New building at 12302 Parkhill was completed within a year and occupied by the Congregation until being purchased in 1972 by the Secondary Missionary Baptist...
    • Agudath Bnai Israel

    • Synagogues; Church buildings
    • In August 1934 congregation Agudath Bnai Israel Anshe Sfard incorporated by Romanian Immigrants in 19814 purchased the home at 10512-14 Massie from Bois Mordchai congregation who had acquired the home in June 1929 from Shomrei Hadath Agudath...

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