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    • Birthplace, President James A. Garfield

    • Garfield, James A. (James Abram), 1831-1881; Garfield, James A. (James Abram), 1831-1881 -- Childhood and youth
    • Artist rendering of the log cabin that was the birthplace and childhood home of President James A. Garfield. It was located in Orange, Ohio (now Moreland Hills, Ohio). A replica is visible today in the same general location as the original.
    • Lieutenant Colonel James A. Garfield

    • Garfield, James A. (James Abram), 1831-1881
    • President James A. Garfield, circa 1861, dressed in uniform. He was made Lieutenant Colonel in command of the 42nd Ohio Volunteer Infantry in 1861. (In late spring 1862, he was promoted to Brigadier General for his heroic service in Kentucky and...
    • Garfield Home in Hiram Ohio

    • Garfield, James A. (James Abram), 1831-1881; Hiram (Ohio); Hiram College
    • Located on Hinsdale Street in Hiram, the house is believed to have been built by Horace Brown in the early 1850s. In 1863, Garfield bought this house for his family. His wife Lucretia and father-in-law, worked to enlarge it while Garfield was...
    • Garfield Home in Hiram Ohio

    • Garfield, James A. (James Abram), 1831-1881; Hiram (Ohio); Hiram College
    • Located on Hinsdale Street in Hiram, the house is believed to have been built by Horace Brown in the early 1850s. In 1863, Garfield bought this house for his family. His wife Lucretia and father-in-law, worked to enlarge it while Garfield was...
    • 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....
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • Sherith Israel

    • Synagogues; Churches
    • Land at 3342 E. 119th was acquired by Congregation Sherith Israel in 1933. This simple brick structure was sold in 1961 to Florence Jacobs who then sold the property in 1963 to The Original Church of God and True Holiness as the declining...
    • Ohel Yavne

    • Synagogues
    • Traditional Mt. Pleasant home built circa 1910. Circa 1920 the garage was expanded by the home owned, Rebbe Levine for use as a worship hall for Levin's' group often known as Ohel Yavne until the group merged into B'nai Jacob Kol Israel - Kinsman...
    • 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...
    • 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.
    • Shaker Lee Synagogue

    • Synagogues
    • Building at 3688 Lee Rd was built as center for Theatre for the Jewish federation as the Jewish Community transitioned their Council Alliance into the Jewish Community Center. Sold to Ohel Jacob Anshe Sfard who along with members of Blecheks...
    • Nvai Zedek

    • Synagogues; Church buildings
    • Land acquired in 1923. Designed by architect Meyer Altschuld. Sold in 1957 after merging with Tifereth Israel of Mt. Pleasant and then with Bnai Jacob - Kinsman Jewish Center into Warrensville Center Synagogue in 1959. The building included with a...
    • 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...
    • Beth Haknesseth Anshe Grondo

    • Synagogues; churches
    • Built in 1907 for the Presbyterian Church. Purchased in 1931 by Beth Haknesseth Anshe Grondo. The congregation merged into Taylor Road Synagogue in 1951. The building was sold to the The Greater Cleveland Friendship Church in 1956 and then acquired...

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