http://www.rssboard.org/rss-specification 720 XTF Search Results (subject=Cleveland (Ohio) -- Emigration and immigration.;subject-join=exact;smode=simple;brand=default) http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/search?subject%3DCleveland%20(Ohio)%20--%20Emigration%20and%20immigration.;subject-join%3Dexact;smode%3Dsimple;brand%3Ddefault Results for your query: subject=Cleveland (Ohio) -- Emigration and immigration.;subject-join=exact;smode=simple;brand=default Mon, 24 Sep 2018 12:00:00 GMT Beatrix Jessberger Papers. Jessberger, Beatrix http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=ead/MS4889.xml In 1994, Beatrix Jessberger, a pastor from the Katholische Akademie (Catholic Academy) in Berlin, Germany, spoke at the Western Reserve Historical Society about the history of the Bavarian town of Unsleben, the original home of the small group of Jews who settled in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1839. The collection consists of a speech made at the Western Reserve Historical Society, newspaper clippings in English and German about the speech and the history of Unsleben, photocopied articles about Unsleben from German reference sources, and a photograph album of present day Unsleben, including its buildings, landscapes, and tombstones. http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=ead/MS4889.xml Wed, 01 Jan 2014 12:00:00 GMT Cleveland Heritage Program Records. Cleveland Heritage Program http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=ead/MS5176.xml The Cleveland Public Library's Cleveland Heritage Program was a public education project which aimed to help residents of Cleveland, Ohio, understand how neighborhoods have contributed to the growth and development of the city. The program, which ran from 1981-1983, allowed Clevelanders to take part in a number of educational activities that helped reveal Cleveland's past. The Cleveland Heritage Program was funded by grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Cleveland Foundation, and the Gund Foundation. The collection consists of notes, correspondence, pamphlets, interview transcripts, and video recordings. http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=ead/MS5176.xml Wed, 01 Jan 2014 12:00:00 GMT Clevelandi magyar mâuzeum: riportok, versek, fâenykâepek a clevelandi magyarsâag âeletâebîol. Sâari Gâal, Imre. http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=marc/skclmarc193100419097496.mrc http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=marc/skclmarc193100419097496.mrc Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Creative Irish Gifts Catalog Company Records. Creative Irish Gifts Catalog Company http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=ead/MS4882.xml Creative Irish Gifts Catalog Company (f. 1986) was established in Illinois by Robert and Diane O'Connor, and in later years moved to northeast Ohio. Robert (b. 1939) was born in Dublin, Ireland, growing up during a time of much strife in Northern Ireland. His childhood experience left him with an impression that has remained with him all his life. To help ease the suffering of the children in Northern Ireland, he and his wife, Diane (nee Baron) decided to set up a fund to allow Protestant and Catholic children from the most derelict areas of Belfast and Derry, Northern Ireland, to come to the United States and spend a few weeks with a host family. The goal is to foster positive relations between the two groups, and is followed with various outings, events, and retreats back in Northern Ireland. The O'Connor's established Creative Irish Gifts Catalog Company, which is based in Streetsboro, Ohio. The company provides a variety of products made in Ireland, through their catalog. Creative Irish Gifts Catalog func... http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=ead/MS4882.xml Wed, 01 Jan 2014 12:00:00 GMT Cuyahoga Community College Greater Cleveland Community Studies and Oral History Center Records. Cuyahoga Community College http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=ead/MS5177.xml The Cuyahoga Community College Greater Cleveland Community Studies and Oral History Center was established in the late 1980s to study and preserve the history of Cleveland, Ohio. The Center formed under the leadership of Edward Miggins, a history professor at Tri-C who was previously involved in the Cleveland Public Library's Cleveland Heritage Program and the Greater Cleveland Ethnographic Museum. Under Miggins' leadership, the Center conducted two oral history projects and produced a film. The collection consists of audio recordings, interview transcripts, and video recordings. http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=ead/MS5177.xml Wed, 01 Jan 2014 12:00:00 GMT From Rionero to Cleveland: 100 years of immigration. Campellone, Roberto. http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=marc/skclmarc193100419097496.mrc http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=marc/skclmarc193100419097496.mrc Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Giant from the wilderness: the story of a city and its industry. Hatcher, Harlan Henthorne, 1898-, Durham, Frank. http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=marc/skclmarc193100419097496.mrc http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=marc/skclmarc193100419097496.mrc Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Greater Cleveland Ethnographic Museum Photographs. Greater Cleveland Ethnographic Museum http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=ead/PG594.xml The Greater Cleveland Ethnographic Museum was founded in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1975 to prepare exhibits for the American Revolution Bicentennial celebration in Cleveland. The exhibits were to depict contributions from Cleveland's ethnic groups to the multicultural society of the area. Following the 1976 Bicentennial celebration, the museum established a permanent office and exhibit gallery in the Old Arcade in downtown Cleveland. Although the museum closed in 1981, it was able to document the experiences of immigrants through oral histories, photographs, and other collected material. The collection consists of approximately 1,500 photographs and 1,500 slides. http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=ead/PG594.xml Wed, 01 Jan 2014 12:00:00 GMT Greater Cleveland Ethnographic Museum Records. Greater Cleveland Ethnographic Museum http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=ead/MS5175.xml The Greater Cleveland Ethnographic Museum was founded in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1975 to prepare exhibits for the American Revolution Bicentennial celebration in Cleveland. The exhibits were to depict contributions from Cleveland's ethnic groups to the multicultural society of the area. Following the 1976 Bicentennial celebration, the museum established a permanent office and exhibit gallery in the Old Arcade in downtown Cleveland. Although the museum closed in 1981, it was able to document the experiences of immigrants through oral histories, photographs, and other collected material. The collection consists of audio recordings, video recordings, interview transcripts, ledgers, financial documents, membership lists, board meeting minutes, correspondence, presentation materials, notes, catalog cards, exhibit materials, and museum holdings. http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=ead/MS5175.xml Wed, 01 Jan 2014 12:00:00 GMT Immigration to Cleveland. Flora Stone Mather College Alumnae Historical Association. http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=marc/skclmarc193100419097496.mrc http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=marc/skclmarc193100419097496.mrc Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Laszlo and Susan Krausz Papers. Krausz, Laszlo and Susan http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=ead/MS5064.xml Laszlo Krausz (1903-1979) and Susan Krausz (1914-2008) were a Jewish couple from Cleveland Heights, Ohio, who were accomplished musicians. Laszlo Krausz was born in Pecs, Hungary in 1903. From an early age he studied violin, travelling to Budapest, Vienna, and Paris to continue his education, until settling in Switzerland in 1929 to study viola. Susan Strauss Krausz was born in Stuttgart, Germany in 1914. She completed piano studies at the Musikhochschule of Stuttgart and then moved to Switzerland in 1933. Following their 1935 marriage, Laszlo and Susan performed a series of viola-piano sonatas for Radio Geneva before immigrating to the United States in 1947. The Krausz family initially settled in New York where Laszlo accepted a position at the New York College of Music and played with the Carnegie Hall Pops Orchestra. Laszlo was then offered a position with the Cleveland Orchestra under George Szell and moved to Cleveland, Ohio, in the fall of 1947. While a member of the Cleveland Orchestra, Laszlo also fou... http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=ead/MS5064.xml Wed, 01 Jan 2014 12:00:00 GMT Melvin Drimmer Family History Research Papers. Drimmer, Melvin http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=ead/MS5230.xml Dr. Melvin Drimmer (1935-1992) was a professor of Black and African History at Cleveland State University (CSU) from 1972-1992. Drimmer was a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of City College of New York and earned his doctorate in history from the University of Rochester. As a history professor at CSU, Drimmer assigned all of his students a family history paper, which was intended to provide not only a family tree, but also a socio-economic history of each family. The collection consists of correspondence, syllabi, classroom materials, and student-written essays. http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=ead/MS5230.xml Tue, 01 Jan 2019 12:00:00 GMT Northeast Ohio Indian Community Survey Project Records. Northeast Ohio Indian Community Survey Project http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=ead/MS5061.xml The Northeast Ohio Indian community survey project was conducted in 1996 by Case Western University Professor John J. Grabowski and local high school student Chetan Patil. The project sought to discover the unique experiences and challenges faced by Indian immigrants in Cleveland and northeast Ohio. Individuals were asked to answer a series of multiple choice questions regarding their Indian state of origin, current city of residence, year of immigration, occupation, marital status, age, religious background, etc. In addition to this demographic data, participants were asked to report on their hopes and dreams for their children, their opinions of American social mores, and their motivations for leaving India and settling in the United States in general and northeast Ohio in particular. Approximately 200 surveys were completed and returned. The collection consists of survey sheets and tally reports. http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=ead/MS5061.xml Thu, 01 Jan 2015 12:00:00 GMT Rosanna Costanzo Papers. Costanzo, Rosanna http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=ead/MS5027.xml Rosanna Cardamone Costanzo (1857-1947) was born in and spent most of her life in Soveria Mannelli, Italy. She married and had three children. In 1931, Rosanna immigrated to the United States and settled with her daughter Maria Francesca and her husband, Michele Chiodo. Maria Francesca Cardamone and Michele Chiodo were married in Calabria, Italy, in 1902. By 1908 the Chiodo family had immigrated to the United States and resided at 1438 East 76th Street, in Cleveland, Ohio. The collection consists of fourteen letters, one tax bill, newspaper clippings, a funeral card, photocopies of photographs, and typed transcriptions of Italian documents. http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=ead/MS5027.xml Wed, 01 Jan 2014 12:00:00 GMT Stephanie M. Nettl Traub Family Papers. Traub, Stephanie M. Family http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=ead/MS5016.xml Relatives of Stephanie M. Nettle Traub lived in Europe and the United States during World War II. The Freedheims, Nettls, and Heitlers corresponded before, during, and after the war regarding immigration to the United States of family members then living in Czechoslovakia. The collection consists of correspondence, affidavits, applications, bills of lading, certificates, legal records, newspaper clippings, passports, and telegrams. http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=ead/MS5016.xml Wed, 01 Jan 2014 12:00:00 GMT Western Reserve Ethnic History Pamphlet Collection. Various http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=ead/MS5148.xml The Western Reserve Ethnic History Pamphlet Collection is a collection of pamphlets from twenty-five distinct ethnic groups in the Cleveland, Ohio, area. Most of the groups stem from Central and Eastern Europe, with a majority of the pamphlets focusing on Polish culture. The collection reflects the history of immigrants to the region and documents their social, cultural, and religious activities. The pamphlets were generally removed from their original collections due to lack of relevance to the collection, but retained and grouped together in a separate collection because of their historic value. http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=ead/MS5148.xml Wed, 01 Jan 2014 12:00:00 GMT Yetta Haskin Guzik Family Papers. Guzik, Yetta Haskin family http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=ead/MS4960.xml Yetta Haskin Guzik was the daughter of Harry (Morris) and Fanny (Feige) (Mietzner) Haskin, immigrants from Russia in the 1910s. The family settled in the Cleveland, Ohio, area. The collection consists of passports, a marriage license, a ketuba, family memorial records, naturalization papers, lists, a book, a manual, and army induction and discharge papers. http://catalog.wrhs.org/collections/view?docId=ead/MS4960.xml Wed, 01 Jan 2014 12:00:00 GMT