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  • Subject: Hungarians
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    • St. Emeric Church

    • St. Emeric Church; Hungarians; Roman Catholic Churches; Hungarian Americans
    • St. Emeric Church was established in 1904. It is a very significant church in Cleveland which is supported by the Hungarians. The picture can the found in the following book:The story of St. Emeric Church. Cleveland: St. Emeric Church. p.25.
    • Kárpát

    • Kárpát; Hungarian newspapers; Hungarian language; Hungarians; Hungarian Americans; Newspapers
    • Kárpát; Hungarian newspaper; Cleveland; Hungarians in abroad; Hungarian language
    • Clevelandi Magyar

    • Hungarians; Hungarian American organizations; Hungarian Americans; Hungarian Self-culture Club
    • Source: Emleklapok. A Clevelandi Magyar Huszonoteves Jubileuma. 1902-1927. p. 6. The picture was the property of Ms. Helen Horvath.
    • Szittyakürt

    • Szittyakürt; Hungarian newspapers; Cleveland; Hungarians; Hungarian Americans; Newspapers
    • Szittyakürt is a Hungarian language newspaper which was published in Cleveland. Its major topics: politics and emigration. This cover page is from the 2002 edition.
    • Like Bubbles in the Wine Press Release

    • Buckeye-Woodland; Hungarians; Ethnic And Race Relations; Ethnic groups; Ethnic neighborhoods; Slovaks; Blockbusting; White Flight; Integration; Zborowsky, Jayne; Buckeye Rd.; Kinsman Rd.; Joska, Raab; Hudak, James; Gyspy Cellar
    • This is the press release for the Montage episode, "Like Bubbles in the Wine." The episode highlights the issues raised in the integration of the traditionally ethnic Hungarian and Slovak Buckeye-Woodland and Kinsman neighborhoods by...
    • Like Bubbles in the Wine Script

    • Buckeye-Woodland; Hungarians; Ethnic And Race Relations; Ethnic groups; Ethnic neighborhoods; Slovaks; Blockbusting; White Flight; Integration; Zborowsky, Jayne; Buckeye Rd.; Kinsman Rd.; Joska, Raab; Hudak, James; Gyspy Cellar
    • This is the orginal script for the Montage episode, "Like Bubbles in the Wine." The episode highlights the issues raised in the integration of the traditionally ethnic Hungarian and Slovak Buckeye-Woodland and Kinsman neighborhoods by...
    • Helen Horvath

    • Horvath, Helen; Hungarian education; Social activists; Educators; Hungarians; Hungarian Americans
    • Mrs. Helen Horváth was a renowned social activist who was determined to assist immigrants in the difficult and many times painful adjustment to life in America.
    • Hungarian School in Cleveland

    • Cleveland Hungarian School; St. Emeric Church; Hungarians; Hungarian Americans
    • Cleveland Hungarian School can be found in St. Emeric Church in Cleveland. This picture can be found in the following book: 1958-1998. 40 éves jubileumi emlékkönyv. Cleveland: Hungarian School, 1998.
    • Karoly Bauhm

    • Bauhm, Karoly; St. Elizabeth of Hungary Roman Catholic Church; Clergy; Religion; Religious life; Hungarians; Hungarian Americans
    • Károly Bõhm was the first pastor of St. Elizabeth of Hungary Roman Catholic Church.
    • Julius Szepessy

    • Szepessy, Julius; St. Elizabeth of Hungary Roman Catholic Church; Clergy; Religion; Religious life; Hungarians; Hungarian Americans
    • Julius Szepessy was the second pastor of St. Elizabeth of Hungary Roman Catholic Church.
    • Helen Horvath

    • Horvath, Helen; Hungarian education; Social activists; Educators; Hungarians; Hungarian Americans
    • Mrs. Helen Horvath was a renowned social activist who was determined to assist immigrants in the difficult and many times painful adjustment to life in America. In 1901 Horvath opened a school for new Hungarian Americans to learn English and the...
    • Julius Zahorsky

    • Zahorsky, Julius; St. Elizabeth of Hungary Roman Catholic Church; Clergy; Religion; Religious life; Hungarians; Hungarian Americans
    • Julius Zahorsky was the fourth pastor of St. Elizabeth of Hungary Roman Catholic Church.
    • St. Elizabeth of Hungary Roman Catholic Church

    • St. Elizabeth of Hungary Roman Catholic Church; Religion; Hungarians; Hungarian Americans; Churches; Roman Catholic Churches
    • St. Elizabeth of Hungary Roman Catholic Church is an ethnic parish serving the Hungarian (Magyar) Community of Cleveland. In the picture the interior details of St. Elizabeth's sanctuary can be seen.
    • Karoly Baum

    • St. Elizabeth of Hungary Roman Catholic Church; Clergy; Hungarians; Hungarian Americans; Religion; Bauhm, Karoly
    • Károly Bõhm was the first pastor of St. Elizabeth of Hungary Roman Catholic Church.
    • Directors of the Cleveland Hungarian School

    • Cleveland Hungarian School; Directors; Adan, Szentkirailyi; Imre, Bogairdy; Gaibor, Papp; Hungarians; Hungarian Americans
    • Cleveland Hungarian School ban be found in St. Emeric Church in Cleveland. This picture can be found in the following book: 1958-1998. 40 éves jubileumi emlékkönyv. Cleveland: Hungarian School, 1998.
    • Buckeye Road

    • Buckeye Rd.; Hungarians; Cleveland; Ethnic community; Hungarian Americans
    • Mr. Louis Borzy 12216 Soika Aveue Cleveland, Ohio. East 17th Street between Stolton Avenue and the Rapid Transit. Stolton Avenue and the Rapid Transit is between Woodland Avenue and Kinsman.

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