http://www.rssboard.org/rss-specification 720 XTF Search Results (subject=Bellefaire Jewish Children's Home (Shaker Heights, Ohio);subject-join=exact;smode=advanced;brand=default) http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/search?subject%3DBellefaire%20Jewish%20Children's%20Home%20(Shaker%20Heights,%20Ohio);subject-join%3Dexact;smode%3Dadvanced;brand%3Ddefault Results for your query: subject=Bellefaire Jewish Children's Home (Shaker Heights, Ohio);subject-join=exact;smode=advanced;brand=default Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT As I remember: the home in my heart. Sharlitt, Michael. http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=marc/skclmarc1931704190810404.mrc http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=marc/skclmarc1931704190810404.mrc Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT At Bellefaire: unhappy children learn to face the world. Bellefaire Jewish Children's Home (Shaker Heights, Ohio) http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=marc/skclmarc1931704190810404.mrc http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=marc/skclmarc1931704190810404.mrc Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Bellefaire: 90th anniversary, 1868-1958. Bellefaire Jewish Children's Home (Shaker Heights, Ohio) http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=marc/skclmarc1931704190810404.mrc http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=marc/skclmarc1931704190810404.mrc Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Bellefaire Jewish Children's Home (Shaker Heights, Ohio), 1958-1979. Bellefaire Jewish Children's Home (Shaker Heights, Ohio) http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/data/rdf/VF_subject160.xml Miscellaneous materials relating to Bellefaire, including: 1. program for confirmation at the Bellefaire Sabbath School (May 17, 1964), 2. informational handout about Bellefaire from the 90th anniversary (1958; 14 pages), 3. informational pamphlet about Bellefaire, 4. bound catalog of services for Bellefaire, 5. informational handout about Bellefaire (1979, 14 pages), 6. "Bellefaire 25 Years" a summary of some of the highlights and more significant changes and developments at Bellefaire as seen by Leon H. Richman during his 25 years as its executive director (10 pages), and 7. "Summary of Bellefaire Research Project Based on the Study Made by Dr. Ruth Lehrer" (8 pages) http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/data/rdf/VF_subject160.xml Wed, 01 Jan 1958 12:00:00 GMT Bellefaire Records. Bellefaire http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=ead/MS3665.xml Bellfaire was organized in 1868 in Cleveland, Ohio, as the Jewish Orphan Asylum. By 1942 it changed its name to Bellefaire and began specializing in the treatment of emotionally disturbed children. The collection consists of minutes, correspondence, publications, and scrapbooks. http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=ead/MS3665.xml Thu, 01 Jan 2015 12:00:00 GMT Bellefaire Records, Series II. Bellefaire http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=ead/MS4703.xml Bellfaire was organized in 1868 in Cleveland, Ohio, as the Jewish Orphan Asylum. By 1942 it changed its name to Bellefaire and began specializing in the treatment of emotionally disturbed children. The collection consists of minutes, correspondence, an annual report, programs, legal documents, manuals, newsletters, brochures, booklets, conference proceedings, and publications. http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=ead/MS4703.xml Wed, 01 Jan 2014 12:00:00 GMT Bellefaire Records, Series III. Bellefaire http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=ead/MS5100.xml Bellefaire, a residential treatment center for emotionally disturbed adolescents, is the oldest Jewish social-service agency in Cleveland, Ohio. It was dedicated on July 14, 1868 as the Jewish Orphan Asylum, established to care for Civil War orphans. By 1900, more than 400 orphans lived there. The name was changed to the Jewish Orphan Home (JOH) in 1919, and later to Bellefaire when its facilities moved to the corner of Belvoir and Fairmount Boulevards in 1929. In 1942 the orphanage changed its focus to include residential therapeutic care for emotionally disturbed children. It stopped accepting orphans in 1943. In 1954, Bellefaire opened its admissions to children of all faiths and today provides counseling, substance abuse treatment, foster care, adoption services, and residential treatment. Jack Girick, whose papers are included in this collection, was a resident of the Jewish Orphan Asylum from 1902 to 1912. While a resident, he served as a monitor, assisted the superintendent in conducting Sabbath religi... http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=ead/MS5100.xml Wed, 01 Jan 2014 12:00:00 GMT Cleveland Jewish Community Survey, 1923-1924. Jewish Community Federation (Cleveland, Ohio) http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=marc/skclmarc1931704190810404.mrc http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=marc/skclmarc1931704190810404.mrc Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Jacob Mintz Family Photographs. Mintz, Jacob Family http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=ead/PG534.xml Jacob Mintz (1867-1947) was a prominent private detective in Cleveland, Ohio, for over fifty years. Native to Cleveland, Mintz was descended on his father's side from Polish Jewish immigrants of the 1850s and Prussian Jewish immigrants of the 1860s on his mother's side. Mintz was a picturesque, high-profile professional during his successful career. A number of his jobs involved major events of the era. He served as bodyguard to Carrie Nation, the anti-drinking crusader, when she spoke in Cleveland in 1901. That same year, Mintz escorted the immediate family of Leon Czolgosz, the assassin of President William McKinley, to Buffalo, New York, to visit him in the days immediately after the assassination. For a number of years, Mintz maintained a close business and political partnership with Charles P. Salen, a Cuyahoga County Democratic party stalwart. Together they operated Forest City Park, an amusement park, as well as refreshment stands at Public Square, Luna Park, and Gordon Gardens. Mintz served many years... http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=ead/PG534.xml Wed, 01 Jan 2014 12:00:00 GMT Jewish Orphan Home Alumni Association Records. Jewish Orphan Home Alumni Association http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=ead/MS5418.xml The Jewish Orphan Asylum (also known as the Cleveland Jewish Orphan Home) was founded in 1868 with the mission to care for orphaned or abandoned children. The organization grew with community need, and was relocated to a campus in University Heights in 1938. The name of the organization changed to Orthodox Jewish Children's Home and merged with Bellefaire to become Bellefaire Jewish Children's Bureau. The Jewish Orphan Home Alumni Association (JOHAA) was founded in July, 1888 with open membership to all who had resided at the Orphan Home. The records, beginning in 1938, are a history of the founding and activities of the JOHAA. The collection consists of booklets, brochures, bulletins, a constitution, correspondence, a directory, Haggadah, a photo album, two black and white photographs, a program, a scrapbook, song sheets, and yearbooks. http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=ead/MS5418.xml Mon, 01 Jan 2018 12:00:00 GMT Joseph Family Papers. Joseph Family http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=ead/MS4894.xml The Joseph Family is a prominent Cleveland, Ohio, Jewish family. Moritz Joseph arrived in the United States in 1853 from Gauersheim, Rheinpfalz, Germany, during the nineteenth-century German-Jewish immigration period. Settling in Cleveland in 1872, Joseph became successful in the manufacturing ofmen's clothing incorporating that operation as the Joseph and Feiss Company in 1907. The company, formed out of previously operating businesses, was one of the largest manufacturers of men's clothing in the United States. Moritz Joseph married Jette Selig in 1853; the marriage produced four sons. Three of them, Isaac, Fred, and Siegmund, and Siegmund's son Ralph, worked all or part of their careers with the Joseph and Feiss Company. The foruth son, Emil, Emil's son Frank E., and Frank E.'s son William R., became lawyers after graduating from Columbia University Law School. Frank E. Joseph was a promient lawyer and a partner at the Jones, Day, Cockley, & Reavis law firm. The family has been very active in both leader... http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=ead/MS4894.xml Wed, 01 Jan 2014 12:00:00 GMT Report of the Federation Special Committee, Bellefaire-Welfare Association for Jewish Children Merger Proposal, November 19, 1940. Jewish Welfare Federation (Cleveland, Ohio) Special Committee on the Bellefaire-Welfare Association for Jewish Children Merger Proposal. http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=marc/skclmarc1931704190810404.mrc http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=marc/skclmarc1931704190810404.mrc Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT United Order True Sisters Cleveland No. 30 Records and Photographs. United Order True Sisters http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=ead/MS5427.xml The United Order True Sisters Cleveland No. 30, a Jewish women's charitable organization, was a local lodge that was part of the national United Order True Sisters founded in New York in 1846. Founded in November of 1925, the Cleveland lodge's goal was to promote family unity by establishing a day care center for the benefit of the community. The collection consists of awards, booklets, budgets, bulletins, bylaws, a calendar, a cookbook, correspondence, a journal, flyers, manuals, membership books, minutes, newspaper clippings, notebooks, poems, a proclamation, reports, scrapbooks, sheet music, and speech text. There are also approximately 50 black and white 300 color photographs. http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=ead/MS5427.xml Mon, 01 Jan 2018 12:00:00 GMT