Download Full Text (6.0 MB)
Download Notes/Table of Contents (1690 KB)
Download Section 1:The three Orthodox Congregations along with the18 smaller congregations that chose to merge with them, pp 6--57 (2885 KB)
Download Section 2: Orthodox Congregations that no longer exist, pp 58-67 (862 KB)
Download Section 3: Independent Orthodox Congregations established prior to 1940 that continue to exist, pp 68-97 (2093 KB)
This document traces the movement, growth and demise of the small neighborhood synagogues, or shuls, established by newly-arrived Eastern European Jews in the Haymarket area as they migrated to the eastern suburbs.
EISBN-13: 978-1-936323-46-3, EISBN-10: 1-936323-46-X
MSL Academic Endeavors
Shuls, Orthodox Synagogues, Cleveland Haymarket, Reform movement, Cleveland Glenville neighborhood, Cleveland Mt. Pleasant neighborhood; Cleveland's Jewish History, Kehillat Yaakov Cedar Road Synagogue, Taylor Road Synagogue, Heights Jewish Center, Jewish Immigrants in Cleveland, Jewish, History
History | Jewish Studies | United States History | Urban Studies and Planning
Morris, Jeffrey S., "Haymarket to the Heights: The Movement of Cleveland's Orthodox Synagogues From Their Initial Meeting Places to the Heights" (2014). Cleveland Memory. Book 23.