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    • Finnish Church in Burton, Ohio

    • Churches
    • The Finnish Church in Burton, Ohio. Fins arrived in the area as early at the 1870s, largely as part of the railroad building industry. A congregation existed as early as 1885 and joined the Suomi Synod in the early part of the twentieth century. ...
    • Remembering Ruetenik Gardens

    • Ruetenik Gardens; Agriculture; People associated with agriculture; Truck farming; Farming; Vegetables; Food industry; Croplands
    • "The following brief account, gathered from both formal and informal sources, will give a little history, background, and information about what was once one of the most successful businesses in the area, Ruetenik Gardens." "For nearly half a...
    • Superior Schoolhouse, 1917 (Cleveland Heights, Ohio)

    • Art; Children; Desks; Desks; Education; Lighting; Schools; Schools; Stoves; Superior School (Cleveland Heights, Ohio); Teachers
    • copy of an original black-and-white photograph of what the author describes as "First grade class of Jean Miller Latimer, born 1911" (seated end second row right of Miss Rufini, teacher) at Superior School at Euclid Heights Blvd. in Cleveland...
    • Dean Dairy (Cleveland Heights, Ohio)

    • Barns; Bicycles & tricycles; Carriages & coaches; Carts & wagons; Children; Chimneys; Dean Dairy Company; Driveways; Hats; Horses; Houses; Lawns; Men; Porches; Trees; Women
    • Copy of black-and-white photograph of Dean Dairy, ca. 1900. Photos shows house along with several members of the Dean family--three adults and five children. This large Queen Anne house has much Eastlake and Shingle style detailing at the porch...
    • Kinsman Heights Methodist Episcopal Church

    • Kinsman Heights Methodist Episcopal Church; Churches; Episcopal churches; Methodist churches; Kinsman Rd.; E. 125th. St.
    • Photograph of Kinsman Heights Methodist Episcopal Church. A 1912-1913 Sanborn map places the church location at Kinsman and E. 125th where the Marathon Station now (in 2011) stands. The church existed only from 1912-1927.
      Photograph and...
    • Hungarian Americans and their communities of Cleveland [e-book]

    • Hungarian-Americans; Emigration and immigration; Ethnic relations; Ethnic groups; Ethnic relations
    • Cleveland was at one time the city with the second largest population of Hungarians in the world (after Budapest). This history of the Cleveland Hungarian community outlines within a historical context how and why Cleveland became such a large...
    • Erieview Plaza building sign

    • Erieview; Erieview (Cleveland, Ohio); Building
    • "When this sign went up on E. Ninth St., the Erieview Plaza Bldg. existed only on paper. Now the handsome building stands complete and busy, a much better advertisement for itself than this two-year old (and much the worse for wear) sign. Anyways,...
    • East 90th Street rehabilitation plan

    • Maps; City planning; Hough; Urban renewal; East 90th St.;
    • A map of the East 90th street as it existed in 1966, in which the light gray blocks represent one family homes, the medium gray blocks represent two family homes, and the dark gray blocks represent multi-family homes.

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