The Jewish Genealogy Society of Cleveland’s library has dug new roots. The entire collection, formerly housed at Menorah Park, is now beginning to fill the shelves of the Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple library.
Obscure city directories, college and high-school yearbooks, family histories, and old Jewish newspapers are available. The collection was moved in order to make the genealogy society’s collection more accessible to the public.
You can read more in an article by Arlene Fine in the Cleveland Jewish News at http://goo.gl/QD2Bq.
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