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"The connection a place brings": Revisiting Jewish Glenville


They came to the Maltz Museum with Glenville High memorabilia -- photos, yearbooks and pennants. Yank and Esther Kleinman brought a letterman's sweater and ... (read more)

New! Share your Glenville memories

In response to the many expressions of interest in sharing memories of Glenville, once the largest Jewish neighborhood in Cleveland, local Web developer Arnold Berger has added a Glenville section to his website

Visit the website to read instructions for sending images and stories of the Glenville neighborhood for inclusion in the free gallery.

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