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    • 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.
    • 10200-10202 Euclid Avenue, 1946

    • Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); East 102nd St.
    • Southwest corner of E. 102nd St. and Euclid showing the Fannie Farmer candy company, 10200 Euclid; Sidney Schwartz's millinery shop, 10200 1/2 Euclid; and the Clear Silk Hosiery Co., 10202 Euclid.
      "Waiting for Rayon Stockings at 80¢ a pr. at...
    • 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.
    • Kárpát

    • Kárpát; Hungarian newspapers; Hungarian language; Hungarians; Hungarian Americans; Newspapers
    • Kárpát; Hungarian newspaper; Cleveland; Hungarians in abroad; Hungarian language
    • 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...
    • 1716-1722 Euclid Avenue - Rogers Building, 1948

    • Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Playhouse Square Association
    • Rogers Building, 1720 Euclid Ave. First floor businesses include William Foo's New China Restaurant, 1716 Euclid; Asadorian Carpets, 1718 Euclid; and Consolidate Office Equipment, 1722 Euclid. To be verified by Central Natl. Bank of Cleveland as...
    • 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.
    • 1914 Cleveland Electrical Exposition

    • Cleveland Electrical Exposition; Wigmore Coliseum; Playhouse Square Center; East 13th St.; Edison, Thomas A. (Thomas Alva), 1847-1931
    • The Cleveland Electrical Exposition of 1914. Held at the Wigmore Coliseum, the forerunner of Public Auditorium and Cleveland's exhibition hall of the 1910s and very early 1920s. The Exposition was designed to demonstrate many practical uses of...
    • 1960 Northeastern Ohio Science Fair

    • James Ford Rhodes High School; Schools; Cleveland Public Schools; High Schools; Old Brooklyn; Science
    • "1960 Northeastern Ohio Science Fair. Constructing turbo jet exhibit is John Sidor, 16, 4488 W. 56th St. Others are Mike Moraghan, 16, 1802 Ardoyne Ave., and Patricia Schua, 16, 3417 Heninger Rd. Watched by fellow students at James Ford Rhodes...
    • 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.
    • 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.

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