Cleveland's Ethnic Heritage
A pathfinder to Cleveland Memory web exhibits and eBooks that explore the ethnic influences that helped shape the history and development of Cleveland.
- Cleveland Cultural Gardens Collection
The Cleveland Cultural Gardens, extending along East Blvd. & Martin Luther King Blvd. in Cleveland's University Circle area, is a unique collection of landscaped, themed gardens each representing a different ethnic group/organization within Cleveland's diverse population.
- Early Synagogues of Cleveland
Includes the photographs used in Jeff Morris's documentation of Cleveland's Orthodox Jewish Community known as Haymarket to the Heights, along with other related photographs.
- Ethnic Women of Cleveland
In 1986, Dr. Jeanette Tuve of Cleveland State University conducted a series of interviews with 29 women of eastern European birth or heritage. Many of these conversations were with women who remembered World War II or the Great Depression. The project focused on their experiences building homes and communities in America while retaining their ethnic traditions.
- German Americans of Cleveland
Over 140 images from our Special Collections and links to a variety of resources from other institutions.
- The Greater Cleveland Ethnographic Museum
The Greater Cleveland Ethnographic Museum was established in 1975 to preserve the traditions and histories of Cleveland's ethnic communities. Although the museum closed in 1981, this digital collection seeks to highlight some of its artifacts, both created and collected through the efforts of the museum.
- Hungarian Americans of Cleveland
Cleveland's Hungarian community is the second largest Hungarian group in the world, second only to Budapest, Hungary. This site, a collection resources related to Hungarian-American history and culture, is a tribute to all the struggles, sacrifices and accomplishments of Hungarian-Americans.
- Irish Americans of Cleveland
Over 200 images from our Special Collections, along with other resources provide a glimpse into Irish American life in Cleveland in the past and today.
- Notable Blacks of Cleveland
Photographs of hundreds of individuals who made a significant contribution beyond their own personal and family lives to the history and development of Cleveland.
- Polish Americans of Cleveland
Over 100 images from our Special Collections and links to a variety of resources.
- Arab Americans and their communities of Cleveland / By Mary Haddad Macron ; with introduction by Danny Thomas
Cleveland : Cleveland State University, 1979
- The Ginney Block : reminiscences of an Italian-American dead-end street kid / by Edward A. D'Alessandro
Baltimore : Gateway, 1988
- Haymarket to the Heights: The Movement of Cleveland's Orthodox Synagogues From Their Initial Meeting Places to the Heights / by Jeffrey S. Morris ; Cleveland : Cleveland State University, 2014.
- Hungarian Americans and their communities of Cleveland / by Susan M. Papp ; with an introduction by Joe Eszterhas
Cleveland State University, 1981
- Irish Americans and their communities of Cleveland / by Nelson J. Callahan, William F. Hickey ; with an introd. by Andrew M. Greeley
Cleveland : Cleveland State University, 1978
- Italian Americans and their communities of Cleveland / by Gene P. Veronesi
Cleveland : Cleveland State University, 1977
- Polish Americans and their communities of Cleveland / by John J. Grabowski; with an introd. by Jerzy J. Maciuszko
Cleveland : Cleveland State University, 1976
- Their paths are peace : the story of Cleveland's cultural gardens / by Clara Lederer
Cleveland, Ohio : Cleveland Cultural Garden Federation, 1954