720 XTF Search Results (subject=Temple-Tifereth Israel (Cleveland, Ohio);subject-join=exact;smode=advanced;brand=default),%20Ohio);subject-join%3Dexact;smode%3Dadvanced;brand%3Ddefault Results for your query: subject=Temple-Tifereth Israel (Cleveland, Ohio);subject-join=exact;smode=advanced;brand=default Tue, 28 Jul 2020 12:00:00 GMT Abe M. Luntz Papers. Luntz, Abe M. Abe M. Luntz was a Cleveland and Canton, Ohio, businessman who ran Luntz Iron and Steel Company. Born in Akron, Ohio, of Polish Jewish immigrant parents, he was raised in Canton where he joined his father's scrap-metal business. Over the years the business expanded into a multi-state corporation. He married Fanny Teplansky in 1916, and in 1940 they moved to Cleveland. Luntz served as president of the Temple-Tifereth Israel in Cleveland from 1950-1960, and supported a wide assortment of civic, cultural, medical, religious, and benevolent groups in Canton and in Cleveland. The collection consists of newspaper clippings, correspondence, and family documents pertaining to Abe M. Luntz and his sons, Robert and William, who were also involved in numerous service organizations. Of particular note are materials pertaining to Abe Luntz's leadership, on the local and regional level, in the National Conference of Christians and Jews. Wed, 01 Jan 2014 12:00:00 GMT Abe M. Luntz Papers, Series II. Luntz, Abe M. Abe M. Luntz (1893-1981) was born in Akron, Ohio, on March 6, 1893 of Polish Jewish immigrant parents, Samuel and Rebecca Wolf Luntz. He and his family moved to Canton, Ohio, when he was around 6 years old. He attended public schools in Canton, was very active in sports, and graduated from Canton's Central High School in 1913. After graduation, he went to work for his father's company, the Canton Iron and Metal Company. With his brother Darwin, he founded the Luntz Iron and Steel Company in 1916 due to the growing need for scrap with the onset of World War I. He held several positions in the Luntz Iron and Steel Company before becoming president in 1951. The company became one of the United States' premiere scrap and steel brokerage firms and expanded into Michigan, Pennsylvania, Indiana, and Kentucky. Abe Luntz married Fanny Teplansky on October 10, 1916. They had five children, Robert, Richard, William, Theodore, and Joan. The family moved to Cleveland in 1939 for business purposes as well as for more varie... Wed, 01 Jan 2014 12:00:00 GMT Daniel Jeremy Silver Papers. Daniel Jeremy Silver Daniel Jeremy Silver was a Reform rabbi at the Temple-Tifereth Israel in Cleveland, Ohio. He was the son of Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver, who preceded and served with him at The Temple. Prior to his years at The Temple, Daniel Jeremy Silver was rabbi at Congregation Beth Torah of Chicago Heights, Illinois. He became senior Rabbi of The Temple in 1963, serving until his death. He was active in local Cleveland Jewish and secular affairs, particularly with Case Western Reserve University, the Cleveland Museum of Art, and the Jewish Community Federation's Public Welfare Committee. He was also active in the Central Conference of American Rabbis, the National Foundation for Jewish Culture, and the Zionist Organization of America. Silver was the author of four books and many popular and scholarly articles, and also edited books and journals. The collection consists of appointment books, correspondence, minutes, reports, newspaper clippings, programs, sermons, notes, and writings. Wed, 01 Jan 2014 12:00:00 GMT Daniel Jeremy Silver papers, 1907-1992. Silver, Daniel Jeremy., Silver, Abba Hillel, 1893-1963, Silver, Virginia., Zeidman, Eugene. Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Daniel Jeremy Silver Papers, Series II. Silver, Daniel Jeremy Daniel Jeremy Silver (1928-1989) was a Reform rabbi at Temple-Tifereth Israel in Cleveland, Ohio, and author of several books and many articles. The collection consists of private and public correspondence, articles, programs, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, and one group portrait taken at Shaker Heights High School class reunion, 1984. Included are several tributes and articles about Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver, Daniel's father, tributes to, and articles written by, Daniel, several pamphlets and newsletters from Temple-Tifereth Israel, reviews of Daniel's books, and articles relating to Harry S. Truman. Wed, 01 Jan 2014 12:00:00 GMT Henry X. Kutash Papers. Henry X. Kutash Henry X. Kutash was an attorney, sportsman, and Jewish community leader in Cleveland, Ohio. After service in the Navy during World War II, he joined the Cleveland law firm of Jones, Day, Cockley & Reavis, where he practiced estate administration, corporate law, and litigation. He was a partner until his retirement in 1973. He was active in the Cleveland Bar Association and the Cleveland Law Library Association. As a sportsman he was an active sailor, participating in races at the Mentor Harbor Yachting Club. He taught sunday school at The Temple-Tifereth Israel and was a volunteer counselor at Camp Wise in the 1930s. He served on the boards of many organizations, including the Jewish Community Federation of Cleveland, the Jewish Convalescent Hospital, Mt. Sinai Hospital, and the Jewish Family Service Association. The collection consists of correspondence, certificates, brochures, financial records, minutes, reports, and notes. Wed, 01 Jan 2014 12:00:00 GMT [Miscellaneous information about the Temple.]. Tifereth Israel (Cleveland, Ohio) Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Temple-Tifereth Israel Photographs. Temple-Tifereth Israel The Temple-Tifereth Israel is the second oldest Jewish congregation in Cleveland, Ohio. The congregation was founded in 1850 after several members of Anshe Chesed, Cleveland's first congregation, left that congregation as the result of a dispute over religious ritual. After implementing religious reforms in the service and hiring a dedicated rabbi for the congregation, Tifereth Israel eventually built the first synagogue for the congregation in 1855 at Huron and Miami Streets. In 1894 the congregation moved to Willson Avenue in the Woodland neighborhood and then to Wade Park on East 105th Street in 1924. The congregation dedicated The Temple Branch in Beachwood in 1969. In 2010 it was announced that the East 105th Street building would be renovated by Case Western Reserve University for use as a performing arts center. The congregation currently makes its home in Beachwood. The collection consists of oversize confirmation photographs. Each individual photograph, except the ones before 1909, depicts individ... Wed, 01 Jan 2014 12:00:00 GMT Theodore M. Luntz Papers. Luntz, Theodore M. Theodore M. Luntz was born on June 4, 1926 in Canton, Ohio, to Abe M. and Fanny Luntz, a prominent Jewish couple in the Canton community. He was one of five children. He attended University School and Yale University. He graduated from Yale in 1948. He served in the army during the Korean Conflict from 1950-1952. He married Idarose Schock on August 23, 1953. They had four children, Wanda Jean, Pamela, Brian, and Jill. Luntz began his career at Copperweld Steel in Warren, Ohio. After one year he joined his family's business, the Luntz Corporation, one of the United States' premiere scrap and steel brokerage firms. He rose through different positions including treasurer, executive vice president, and eventually became president in 1984. He went on to become chief executive officer and chairman of Luntz Corporation. He also served as president, treasurer, and director of Marquette Steel Company (a division of Luntz) and as vice president of 62 Land Inc. Ted, like his father Abe, was very active in the community,... Wed, 01 Jan 2014 12:00:00 GMT