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  • : Early Synagogues of Cleveland
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    • 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...
    • Standard Club

    • Social life and customs
    • Leased to the Bnai Brith in 1907 and often known as the Standard Club. At an unknown date circa 1921 an addition to the rear of the building was completed. Date of Demolition is unknown. From 1946 to 1955 a dinner car type of restaurant known as...
    • Hebrew Shelter Home; Jewish Home for the Aged

    • Synagogues; Nursing homes; Jewish Orthodox Home for Aged (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • Former residence at 5912 Scovill Rd was acquired by the Orthodox Jewish Home for the Aged and Infirmed Israelites in 1907, now known as Menorah Park underwent a major renovation, date unknown before selling the property to The Independent...
    • 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...
    • Ohel Jabneh

    • Synagogues
    • Former two family home of Rebbe Samuel Bilchek who provided space on the first floor for his congregation until his death in 1948. The house faced East 149th. Date of Demolition unknown.
    • Beth Haknesseth

    • Synagogues; Churches
    • Former home at 2546 E.39th purchased in 1907 by Beth Haknesseth Anshe Grodno Incorporated in 1904 by Jewish Immigrants from the province of Grodno in Eastern European. Sold in 1918 to the Sweet Pilgrim Baptist Church. Property was acquired for...
    • 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...
    • Oer Chodosh

    • Synagogues
    • Land Acquired 1912 by Congregation Oer Chodosh. Exact date sold is unknown. Thought to be 1922. Property was acquired in 1942 by the Mt. Herman Baptist Church the building endured a major fire in Febuary 1941. Sold in 1958 for the development of...
    •  Beth Hamidrosh

    • Religious facilities; Synagogues; Churches
    • Beth Hamidrosh Hagoeol Beth Israel located at 2300 East 9th St. purchased the building from the Salem Evangelistic Church in 1890. Sold to Salvation Army who built a multi story building in 1904. Property is now part of the Gateway Project.
    • Ohave Emuno

    • Synagogues; Baptist churches
    • Former Church of The First German Baptist Church at 3680 Scovill was acquired by Congregation Ohavei Emuno in 1908 and sold in 1926. The building underwent several renovations after Ohavei Emuno sold the property. Prior to being demolished as part...
    • 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...
    • Montefiore

    • Nursing homes; Beech Brook, Inc.
    • Purchased by The Sir Moses Montefiore Kesher Home for the Aged know known as Montefiore from the Cleveland Protestant Orphan Asylum (built 1855) now known as BeechBrook in 1882. Montefiore relocated in 1918 to Mayfield Rd. in Cleveland Heights....
    • Ohave Emuno

    • Synagogues
    • Built in 1923 by Congregation Ohave Emuno now a part of Heights Jewish Center Acquired and Sold thru Sheriff Sale in 1938 to the current owner, Sardis Baptist Church.
    • Orthodox Infant and Children Home

    • Orphanages
    • This modern gothic style home was built in 1889 for Jacob Goldsmith, one of Cleveland's leading clothing manufactures. Designed by the well know Architects Cudell and Richardson. In 1908 the property was acquired by the Jewish Infants Orthodox Home...
    •  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....
    • 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...

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