720 XTF Search Results (subject=Hungarian Americans -- Ohio -- Cleveland.;subject-join=exact;smode=simple;brand=default);subject-join%3Dexact;smode%3Dsimple;brand%3Ddefault Results for your query: subject=Hungarian Americans -- Ohio -- Cleveland.;subject-join=exact;smode=simple;brand=default Tue, 28 Jul 2020 12:00:00 GMT Buckeye Realty Company of Cleveland Records. Buckeye Realty Company of Cleveland The Buckeye Realty Company of Cleveland was founded in 1919 in Cleveland, Ohio, by A.J. Vilcsek, Steve Szalai, and Ignatius Korponay to serve the Hungarian community in Cleveland's Buckeye-Woodland area. It went out of business in 1929. The collection consists of correspondence between Buckeye Realty Company and home buyers concerning mortgage payments, land and warranty deed copies, a list of homes sold through Buckeye Realty, newspaper clippings, and three ledger books. Wed, 01 Jan 2014 12:00:00 GMT Clevelandi magyar mâuzeum: riportok, versek, fâenykâepek a clevelandi magyarsâag âeletâebîol. Sâari Gâal, Imre. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT East End Neighborhood House Records. East End Neighborhood House East End Neighborhood House was founded in the Cleveland, Ohio, in 1907 by Hedwig Kosbob, as a sewing school in the predominantly Hungarian and Slovak neighborhood of Buckeye-Woodland. It was incorporated in 1910. By 1914 it began cultural and recreational programs, and by the Great Depression it grew into a full service community center, adding such services as day care nurseries, Americanization classes, and aid to Japanese Americans relocated to Cleveland during World War II. The collection consists of organizational proceedings, membership records, correspondence, program reports, group worker reports, announcements, scrapbooks, and printed materials. Thu, 01 Jan 2015 12:00:00 GMT Greater Cleveland Ethnographic Museum Records. Greater Cleveland Ethnographic Museum 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. Wed, 01 Jan 2014 12:00:00 GMT Henry Spira Papers. Spira, Henry Henry Spira (1863-1941) was an Hungarian-Jewish liquor merchant who settled in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1891 and established a foreign-exchange banking office and steamship ticket company. The collection consists of immigration and naturalization papers, passports, other materials documenting Spira's trips to and from Hungary, documents which highlight Spira's early years in the United States., and correspondence, stock certificates, and other items of the Spira International Express Company. Wed, 01 Jan 2014 12:00:00 GMT Hungarian Aid Society Records. Hungarian Aid Society The Hungarian Aid Society was formed in 1863 in Cleveland, Ohio, for the mutual protection and relief of its Jewish members. Hungarian Jewish immigrants Morris Black, his brother David Black, Herman Sampliner, and others established the fraternal organization to help new immigrants, assist the needy and sick, bury the dead, and provide benefits to orphans and widows. In 1948, the Society reorganized as a cemetery society. In the early 1960s, its operations were taken over by Park Synagogue. The collection consists of minutes, annual reports, cemetery records, legal documents, and correspondence. Wed, 01 Jan 2014 12:00:00 GMT Ignatz Koenig Papers. Koenig, Ignatz Ignatz Koenig (1866-1925) was an Hungarian soldier in the Austro-Hungarian army. He came to Cleveland, Ohio, in 1898 and married Molly Rice in 1900. He was a member of the garment cutters union and briefly participated in the strike of 1911. The collection consists of correspondence (primarily in German with typed English transcriptions), detailing the Cleveland garment industry strike of 1911. Except for one letter from Molly Koenig, the letters were written by Ignatz Koenig to his wife and children. Also included are two military identification books documenting his service in the Austro-Hungarian army. Wed, 01 Jan 2014 12:00:00 GMT Jack P. Russell Papers. Russell, Jack P. Jack P. Russell was a Cleveland, Ohio, councilman, 1943-1971, council president, 1955-1963, and Democratic majority leader who was born Paul Ruschak, but changed his name in the 1930s. Russell was raised in the Hungarian-American community of Cleveland's Buckeye Road neighborhood and published newspapers in that area, including the Buckeye Press. He was councilman from the 16th ward from 1943 to 1971 and operated several businesses, including the Ohio Fire Protection Systems. The collection consists of scrapbooks and newspaper clippings relating to Russell's career in politics. Also included are memorabilia from campaigns, his Night in Budapest celebrations, and a small amount of correspondence. The collection pertains to the career of a major Cleveland political figure and the Cleveland political arena. Thu, 01 Jan 2015 12:00:00 GMT Joseph Eszterhas Essay. Eszterhas, Joseph The collection consists of an essay entitled "Journey from futility to hope : the immigrant's road to American assimilation" written by Joseph A. Eszterhas while he was a student at Ohio University in the 1960s who was an editorial intern at radio station WZAK in Cleveland, Ohio. The essay is a typewritten manuscript prepared for his Journalism 370 course at Ohio University and based on his WZAK internship. The paper examines the assimilation process of Cleveland's Hungarian American community of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries as an example of the Central European immigrant experience. Includes a discussion of the historical development of assimilation, a nationality calendar, and consulates in Cleveland in 1965. Wed, 01 Jan 2014 12:00:00 GMT Peoples of Cleveland Ethnic Group Histories Manuscript. Works Progress Administration The Peoples of Cleveland was a project of the Writers' Program of the Works Project Administration (WPA) under the sponsorship of the Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society and the city of Cleveland, Ohio, which was intended as a supplementary text for junior and senior high school social studies. The collection consists of a carbon copy of an unedited manuscript and several short histories of ethnic groups in Cleveland, including the Bulgarians, Danes, Finns, Norwegians, Swedes and Swiss, and a large amount of preliminary material on the Hungarians, including interviews, biographies and a list of organizations and churches. Wed, 01 Jan 2014 12:00:00 GMT Roy Wortman Collection of the Industrial Workers of the World in Ohio Dissertation Research. Wortman, Roy Roy T. Wortman, Distinguished Professor of History Emeritus at Kenyon College in Gambier, Ohio, amassed this collection for a doctoral dissertation while he was a graduate student at The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, from 1967-1971. The Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) is a labor union founded in 1905 that promoted the concept of "One Big Union", and maintained workers should unite as a social class to promote industrial democracy as an alternative to capitalism. The collection consists of constitutions, contracts, correspondence, memoirs, newspaper clippings, newsletters, bulletins, court decisions, photographs, audio tapes, and microfilm. Thu, 01 Jan 2015 12:00:00 GMT Steve Szalai Family Papers. Szalai, Steve Family Steve Szalai was a Newburgh, Ohio, insurance agent and early founder of the Buckeye Realty Company (f. 1919) of Cleveland, Ohio. Szalai was instrumental in the development of the Buckeye-Woodland Hungarian American community on Cleveland's east side. This "Little Hungary" at one time had the largest concentration of Hungarian Americans in the U.S., peaking at over 40,000 in 1940. The collection consists of certificates and licenses for Szalai's real estate firm and community activities, clippings, correspondence, educational records for Szalai's daughters Dorothy and Jean, and publications concerning the real estate business. The collection also contains copies and clippings of Hungarian newspapers published in Cleveland. Wed, 01 Jan 2014 12:00:00 GMT Ties that bind, ties that divide: 100 years of Hungarian experience in the United States. Puskâas, Julianna. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Two Hungarian immigrations: victims of misconceptions. âEles, Gâeza Szentmiklâosy. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America, Local 105 Records. United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America, Local 105 Local 105 of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America is located in Cleveland, Ohio. It was formed in 1907 by the merger of Locals 14, 1039 and 1231. Local 1180, a predominantly Hungarian Local in Cleveland, merged into Local 105 in January, 1973. The collection consists of constitutions, minutes, cash books, dues books (including members' names, birth dates, date and Local of initiation, and amount of dues paid), financial statements, jurisdictional decisions, application books, and correspondence of U.B.C.J.A. Locals 105 and 1180. Wed, 01 Jan 2014 12:00:00 GMT Western Reserve Ethnic History Pamphlet Collection. Various 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. Wed, 01 Jan 2014 12:00:00 GMT