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    • Young Israel

    • Synagogues
    • Young Israel at 14417 Cedar Road in South Euclid. Designed by Sigmund Braverman. Built in 1957. Line drawing published by the Cleveland Press March 17th 1958 Source: Cleveland State University Michael Schwartz Library Special Collections. Building...
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • Temple Tifereth Israel

    • Churches; Synagogues; Judaism; Architecture, Romanesque-Byzantine; Temple-Tifereth Israel; University Circle; Greco, Charles; Temple Museum of Religious Art; Galleries & museums; Architecture, sacred
    • The Temple (Tifereth Israel) 1855 Ansel Road (Silver Park). 1924. Architect: Charles Greco.
    • The Buddhist Third Class Junkmail Oracle 1970:January: 12th Last Issue

    • Levy, Darryl Allen [D.A. Levy]; Poets; Poetry; Underground movements; Underground newspapers; Underground Press; Newspapers; Buddhist Third Class Junkmail Oracle; Mimeograph; Underground periodicals; Angry City Press; rjs (Robert J. Sigmund);...
    • The Buddhist Third Class Junkmail Oracle. January, 1970, "12th Last Issue." One of Cleveland's first alternative newspapers, The Buddhist Third Class Junkmail Oracle was published by Cleveland poet, publisher and artist d.a. levy from 1967 until...
    • The Buddhist Third Class Junkmail Oracle 1968:November, 2nd last issue

    • Levy, Darryl Allen [D.A. Levy]; Poets; Poetry; Underground movements; Underground newspapers; Underground Press; Newspapers; Buddhist Third Class Junkmail Oracle; Mimeograph; Underground periodicals
    • The Buddhist Third Class Junkmail Oracle, Nov. 1968, "2nd last issue." One of Cleveland's first alternative newspapers, the Buddhist Third Class Junkmail Oracle was published by Cleveland poet, publisher and artist d.a. levy from 1967 until his...
    • The Buddhist Third Class Junkmail Oracle 1969:August

    • Levy, Darryl Allen [D.A. Levy]; Poets; Poetry; Underground movements; Underground newspapers; Underground Press; Newspapers; Buddhist Third Class Junkmail Oracle; Kaleidoscope; Angry City Press; rjs (Robert J. Sigmund); Ferguson, Steve; Mimeograph;...
    • The Buddhist Third Class Junkmail Oracle and Kaleidoscope Magazine, August, 1969, 8th. last issue. One of Cleveland's first alternative newspapers, The Buddhist Third Class Junkmail Oracle was published by Cleveland poet, publisher and artist d.a....
    • The Buddhist Third Class Junkmail Oracle 1968:June, Vol. 2, No. 1

    • Levy, Darryl Allen [D.A. Levy]; Poets; Poetry; Underground movements; Underground newspapers; Underground Press; Newspapers; Buddhist Third Class Junkmail Oracle; Mimeograph; Underground periodicals
    • The Buddhist Third Class Junkmail Oracle 1968:June, Vol.2, No. 1. One of Cleveland's first alternative newspapers, The Buddhist Third Class Junkmail Oracle was published by Cleveland poet, publisher and artist d.a. levy from 1967 until his death in...
    • Oer Chodosh Anshe Sfard, 1966

    • University Heights (Ohio); Temples; Synagogues; Anshe Sfard
    • Single family home at 3466 Washington Blvd. in University Heights and lot to the west was purchased by Congregation Oer Chodosh in 1948. The addition and new facade was completed in 1954. Due to a decline in membership, remaining members merged...
    • Red cat of reason

    • Levy, Darryl Allen [D.A. Levy]; Poets; Poetry; Periodicals; Red cat of reason; Small Presses; Schaefer, M.
    • Red cat of reason, by Cleveland poet d.a. levy, 1976, Falling down press, 13 leaves, 18 x 34 cm. Front cover by M. Schaefer.
    • Ahavath Israel

    • Synagogues; Church buildings
    • Rabbi Israel Berger acquired the to family home at 10415 Kempton Rd. for the use as a synagogue in 1938. His congregation was officially incorporated as Ahavath Israel in 1935. Date of the property being sold by Berger or his congregation is...
    • Beth Israel - The West Temple

    • Synagogues
    • Property at 14108 Triskett Rd was acquired in 1953 by Congregation Beth Israel -The west Side Temple. Membership came from two groups The first being the long establish but diminishing Bnai Israel Congregation along with members of the newly...

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