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  • Description: orphanage
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    • St. Louis Orphanage

    • Parmadale Family Services; Parmadale Children's Village Of St. Vincent De Paul; Orphanages; Orphans
    • The St. Louis Orphanage and St. Vincent Orphan Asylum combined in 1925 to form the Parmadale's Children Village of St. Vincent De Paul.
    • St. Vincent's Orphanage

    • Parmadale Family Services; Saint Vincent's Orphan Asylum; Orphanages; Orphans; Parmadale Children's Village Of St. Vincent De Paul
    • St. Vincent's Orphanage closed and their children were sent to Parmadale in 1925.
    • Boys getting a signed photograph

    • Orphanages; Orphans; Parmadale Children's Village Of St. Vincent De Paul; Parmadale Family Services;
    • Parmadale orphanage receiving an autographed photo of Babe Ruth from James Meli.
    • Parmadale cottage

    • Orphanages; Orphans; Parmadale Children's Village Of St. Vincent De Paul; Parmadale Family Services;
    • "Parmadale Orphanage, Parmadale cottage."
    • Cinerama at the Palace Theatre, 1958

    • Cinerama; Palace Theatre (Cleveland, Ohio); Playhouse Square Center; Marquees; Parmadale Children's Village Of St. Vincent De Paul
    • In 1956 the Palace Theatre removed 1800 seats from main floor (from Row 22 on back). 2 upper boxes (closest to stage on either side) were also removed to make room for installing the Cinerama equipment. It reopened November 14, 1956, with "This Is...
    • Martha House

    • Settlement Houses
    • Established in 1907 by the National Council of Jewish Women, Cleveland Division as a safe home for unwed and recently immigrant Jewish women unexpectedly without a reliable support system. Named in memory of the Martha Wolfenstein, daughter of the...
    • Martha House

    • Shelters; Settlement Houses
    • Former residence at 2234 E. 46th. Purchased by the National Council of Jewish Women, Cleveland Division in 1908 for use a safe house for Jewish women unexpectedly being without a reliable support system. Sold in 1919. Known as Martha House. Named...

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