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1Title:  Ancestors & descendants of John Sherwin, Sr. late of Weatherfield, Vt    
 Creator:  Leland, Oscar Hopestill. 
 Publication:  C. P. Sherwin, S.l.],1922. 
 Call #:  Sherwin family 
 Extent:  30 p. 21 cm. 
 Subjects:  Sherwin family
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2Title:  A genealogy of Sherwin-Shedd and allied families in America: being the ancestry of Sidney Orville Sherwin and Mary Adelaide Shedd, the parents of Myra Ella Sherwin Adams, her brothers and sisters    
 Creator:  Burrell, Alyce Adams, 1913- 
 Publication:  Gateway Press, Book orders to A.A. Burrell, Baltimore, MD, Norco, CA,1990. 
 Notes:  Spine title: A Sherwin-Shedd genealogy. Includes bibliographical references and index. 
 Call #:  Sherwin family 
 Extent:  xvi, 447 p., [3] p. of plates : ill. ; 24 cm. 
 Subjects:  Sherwin family | Shedd family | Sherwin, Sidney Orville, -- 1848-1923 -- Family | Shedd, Mary Adelaid, -- 1846-1916 -- Family | Massachusetts -- Genealogy
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3Title:  Sherwin Family Papers     
 Creator:  Sherwin Family 
 Dates:  2008 
 Abstract:  The Sherwin family owned and operated the Sherwin Baking Company of Cleveland, Ohio, 1920 to 1983. Abraham Cherwinsky (later Sherwin, 1880-1954) came to the United States from Grajewo, Poland (Russian Empire), in 1891. He married Katie Goldberg, and the couple had eight children. The location of the first Sherwin Bakery was on East 83rd Street between Cedar and Quincy Avenues in Cleveland. The family later moved to the Glenville neighborhood, where the bakery was located on East 105th Street. The family relocated the bakery at East 105th Street and Carnegie Avenue in 1954. The Sherwin Bakery became known in the Cleveland area for its bakery and, during and after World War II, for its catering expertise, initially catering Jewish holiday celebrations and then expanding to cater all kinds of parties throughout the city and region. Lou Sherwin also developed specialty breads to fight gluten enteropathy, or celiac disease. The collection consists of four scrapbooks compiled for the 90th birthday celebration of Sol Sherwin. 
 Call #:  MS 5160 
 Extent:  0.40 linear feet (1 container) 
 Subjects:  Baked products industry -- Ohio -- Cleveland -- Photographs | Baked products industry -- Ohio -- Cleveland | Bakeries -- Ohio -- Cleveland | Bakers -- Ohio -- Cleveland | Jewish businesspeople -- Ohio -- Cleveland | Sherwin Baking Company (Cleveland, Ohio) | Sherwin family | Sherwin, Solomon, 1920- | Business/Industry / Genealogy / Jewish History
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