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1Title:  Autobiography of Esther Giesler Curtiss    
 Creator:  Curtiss, Esther Giesler, 1905- 
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 Notes:  Cover title. 
 Call #:  Giesler family 
 Extent:  66 pages ; 28 cm 
 Subjects:  Curtiss, Esther Giesler, -- 1905- | Giesler family | Giesler family | German Americans -- Ohio -- Cleveland -- Biography | Cleveland (Ohio) -- Genealogy | Ohio Cleveland | Genealogy
 
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2Title:  Five generations: 175 years of love for Cleveland    
 Creator:  Gries, Bob, 1929- 
 Publication:  Bob Gries, Cleveland, Ohio?],[2014] 
 Notes:  Includes bibliographical references and index. 
 Call #:  Gries family 
 Extent:  vii, 242 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm 
 Subjects:  Gries family | Gries family | Jews -- Ohio -- Cleveland -- Biography | Jews | Cleveland (Ohio) -- Biography | Cleveland (Ohio) -- History | Cleveland (Ohio) -- Genealogy | Ohio Cleveland | Biography | Genealogy | History
 
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3Title:  Koryta-Kundmueller and Related Families Photographs     
 Creator:  Koryta and Kundmueller Families 
 Dates:  1879-2003 
 Abstract:  The Koryta-Kundmueller and Related Families is an extended family group which grew out of one Bavarian family from 19th Century Germany, which settled in Cleveland, Ohio. Intermarriage with other Germans from Silesia and eventual marriages with neighbors from Bohemia part of the present day Czech Republic, produced five major lines of this family. Frank Koryta, the son of Czech immigrants Josef and Barbara (Poskocil) Koryta, married Clara Stipek, descendant of Czech immigrant George Stipek. These families had settled in Cleveland, Ohio in the 1870s. Several children of George John and Katherine (Wichert) Kundemueller married into these Czech American families. The Kundemueller family had come to Cleveland, Ohio from Bavaria in 1857 and the Wichert family had come from Silesia in 1873. The collection consists of more than 700 images in color and black and white, depicting the events in family life over the span of more than one hundred fifty years. 
 Call #:  PG 4936 
 Extent:  2.30 linear feet (4 containers) 
 Subjects:  Catholic Church -- Education -- Ohio -- Cleveland -- Photographs | Cleveland (Ohio) -- Emigration and immigration -- History -- 19th century -- Sources | Cleveland (Ohio) -- Genealogy | Czech Americans -- Ohio -- Cleveland -- Photographs | German Americans -- Ohio -- Cleveland -- Photographs | Koryta family | Kundmueller family | Nowak family | Poskocil family | Wichert family | Genealogy
 
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4Title:  University Circle United Methodist Church Records     
 Creator:  University Circle United Methodist Church 
 Dates:  1839-2010 
 Abstract:  The University Circle United Methodist Church, formerly known as Epworth-Euclid United Methodist Church, is descended from the earliest Methodist societies in Cleveland, Ohio, having been formed in 1919 from 2 historic congregations: Euclid Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church and Epworth Memorial Church. For over 60 years the congregation has occupied a landmark building in Cleveland's University Circle neighborhood, nicknamed the "Holy Oil Can" because of its tall copper spire. The Euclid Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church began with Methodist classes at Doan's Corners in 1831. A church building, known as Doan Street Methodist Episcopal Church, was constructed in 1837 on Doan (East 105th) Street. A second building was built in 1870 and razed in 1885. In 1887 a new building went up on Euclid Avenue at Oakdale (East 93rd), and the church became known as Euclid Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church. In 1919-1920, the Euclid Avenue and Epworth Memorial congregations merged, creating the Epworth-Euclid Methodist Church at East 107th Street and Chester Avenue. In 2010, First United Methodist Church and Epworth-Euclid United Methodist Church merged to become University Circle United Methodist Church. The collection consists of advertisements, agreements, annual reports, appraisals, attendance records, audits, budgets, bulletins, bylaws, certificates, charters, church histories, committee records, constitutions, contracts, correspondence, deeds, drawings, estates and bequests, financial records and statements, floor plans, guest books, handbooks, inventories, ledgers, legal records, magazine articles, manuals, membership records, memoranda, minutes, newsletters, newspaper articles and clippings, notes, orders of worship/service, pamphlets, programs, publicity records, recipe books, reports, rosters, scrapbooks, sermons, Sunday School records, and wills. 
 Call #:  MS 5172 
 Extent:  51.65 linear feet (58 containers, 3 oversize folders and 114 volumes) 
 Subjects:  Church buildings -- Ohio -- Cleveland. | Church records and registers -- Ohio -- Cleveland. | Cleveland (Ohio) -- Genealogy. | Epworth League (U.S.) | Epworth Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church (Cleveland, Ohio) | Epworth-Euclid Methodist Episcopal Church (Cleveland, Ohio) | First Methodist Episcopal Church (Cleveland, Ohio) | Methodist Episcopal Church -- Ohio -- Cleveland. | Methodists -- Ohio -- Cleveland. | Registers of births, etc. -- Ohio -- Cleveland. | University Circle United Methodist Church (Cleveland, Ohio) | Women in church work -- Ohio -- Cleveland. | Religion | Genealogy
 
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