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    • The Temple, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Ansel Rd.; Temple On The Heights; Temple-Tifereth Israel; Temples; Synagogues; Judaism
    • "The Temple, Cleveland, Ohio. Reproduced from original charcoal by B. H. Rosenbaum."-- front of card. Postcard is number 8 of of series reproduced sketches by B. H. Rosenbaum.
    • Friendship Baptist Church (Temple Tifereth Israel)

    • Architecture, sacred; Architecture, Romanesque; Synagogues; Baptist churches; Baptists; African Americans; Central Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Temple-Tifereth Israel; Temples; Lehman And Schmitt; Jews - Ohio - Cleveland; Reformed Judaism; Friendship...
    • Friendship Baptist Ch. 5600 Central. 1894. Architects: Lehman & Schmidt. Formerly Temple Tifereth Israel.
    • Shiloh Baptist Church

    • Architecture, sacred; Churches; Baptist churches; Baptists; Judaism; Jews - Ohio - Cleveland; Conservative Judaism; Hungarians; Germans; East 55th St.; Byzantine revival (architecture); Synagogues; Shiloh Baptist Church; B'nai Jeshurun; Cone, Harry
    • Shiloh Baptist Ch. 5500 Scovill. 1906. Architect:Harry Cone. Formerly Temple B'Nai Jeshurun.
    • Liberty Hill Baptist Church

    • Architecture, sacred; Churches; Synagogues; Baptist churches; Baptists; African Americans; Lehman And Schmitt; Jews - Ohio - Cleveland; Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • Liberty Hill Baptist Euclid/East 82nd. 1912. Architects: Lehman & Schmitt. Formerly Anshe Chesed (Fairmount)Temple.
    • Cory United Methodist Church

    • Architecture, sacred; Churches; Synagogues; Methodist churches; Jews - Cleveland - Ohio; Judaism; Glenville; Cleveland; East 105th Street (Cleveland, Ohio); Cory United Methodist Church; Methodists; Community service; Neoclassicism (architecture);...
    • Cory United Meth. Ch. 1117 East 105th. 1921. Architect:Albert Janowitz. Formerly Anshe Emeth (Park Synagogue).
    • Masonic Building (Cleveland Heights, Ohio)

    • Automobiles; Awnings; Buildings; Shrubs; Sidewalks; Streets; Synagogues; Traffic lights; Trees
    • Color photograph of Masonic Building and The Civic at southeast corner of Mayfield Road & Lee Road, and Heights Rockefeller Building at northeast corner of Mayfield Road and Lee Boulevard. Montefiore Home can be seen in the background.
    • The Civic (Cleveland Heights, Ohio)

    • Automobiles; Buildings; Civic, The (Cleveland Heights, Ohio); Masonic Building (Cleveland Heights, Ohio); Parking lots; Synagogues; Trees
    • Color photograph of the newer addition at The Civic near southeast corner of Mayfield Road & Lee Road and side/rear of the Masonic Building at southeast corner of Mayfield Road and Lee Road.
    • Heights Jewish Center (Cleveland Heights, Ohio)

    • Automobiles; Driveways; Fences; Heights Jewish Center; Houses; Shrubs; Sidewalks; Synagogues; Trees
    • Black-and-white photograph of Heights Jewish Center, 14274 Superior Road. The house was built as a residence ca. 1909 on the estate of Louisa Stone and operated for a time as the Rest Haven Sanitarium. According to the history of The Heights Jewish...
    • Zion Hill Baptist Church

    • Churches; Architecture, sacred; Baptist churches; Baptists; Polish; Synagogues; Janowitz, Albert; Jews - Ohio - Cleveland; African Americans
    • Zion Hill Baptist Church. 2541 East 37th Street. 1904. Architect: Albert Janowitz Formerly Anshe Emeth Temple.
    • Zion Hill Baptist Church Window

    • Churches; Cleveland; Architecture, sacred; Baptist churches; Baptists; Polish; Synagogues; Janowitz, Albert; Jews - Ohio - Cleveland; African Americans; Anshe Emeth; African Americans; Zion Hill Missionary Baptist Church;-
    • Zion Hill Baptist Church. 2541 East 37th Street. 1904. Architect: Albert Janowitz Formerly Anshe Emeth Temple.
    • Woodland Methodist Sunday School

    • Churches; Methodist churches; Episcopal churches; Woodland Ave.; Synagogues
    • Building shown in the postcard was built for the Woodland Avenue Baptist Church in 1895 at the south west corner of Woodland and E. 61st. Architect was Sidney R. Badgley Sold by the trustees 1914 to Congregation Ahavath Zion. Circa 1931when the...

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