Welcome to the Slavic Village Historical Society

 

 

         
 Local History
Children of a Warrior Nation
  Capsule Histories
 
Collinwood School Fire
Demolition Photos
Demolition Videos
Polish American Cultural Center
Photo Archive
 Polish Restaurants
 
Shrine Church of St. Stanislaus
1918 Miracle
Whitney Stained Glass  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

The Slavic Village Historical Society has relocated to a permanent home in the former convent of Immaculate Heart of Mary Church at 6804 Lansing Avenue, Cleveland 44105.

Through the cooperation of Pastor Rev. Ralph Hudak, we now occupy rented space which includes a library, an office, and ample climate-controlled document storage.  All displays and historical materials were moved there last spring.  Please contact us for an appointment at 216-271-0691.

Certified by the State of Ohio as a public non-profit organization on July 12, 1995, we will continue to serve Cleveland's Slavic Village and Broadway-East 55th neighborhoods.

Our mission is "to instill and increase the historical knowledge of the area known as Slavic Village and its adjacent communities."  To carry out this mission, the SVHS has conducted neighborhood tours and given presentations to area organizations. A major goal is to preserve the history of Newburgh Township with an emphasis on those areas of Cleveland which once comprised its old 14th and 18th wards.

The Slavic Village neighborhood continues to lose historic places.  As an organization devoted to preserving history, we document as much of this historic loss as possible. Please contact us if you wish to share any of your personal memories.

Updates to this website are in progress.

Cleveland's Slavic Village, published in 2009, is available in bookstores and online through Amazon.com.

 Extended History
 
Canalway Ohio
Cleveland.com
Cleveland Photo Hobo
Garfield Hts. Historical Society
Gateway Neighborhood
Lakeview Cemetery
Take a Hike Tours
The Neighborhood News
Poles at Jamestown Colony
Soldiers' & Sailors' Monument
West. Reserve  Historical Soc.
 
 
 
 

 

 
 Other Sites of Interest Cleveland Convention Center Cleveland Municipal Court Cleveland Police Museum Cleveland Postcards
Cleveland Public Library CSU Photo Collection David Buttram, Cleveland artist Dittrick Medical Museum Downtown Cleveland Hotels
Dunham Tavern Museum Early Television Museum Ellis Island Foundation Encyclopedia of Cleveland History Federal Reserve Money Museum
Great Lakes Shipwrecks Kelley's Island Story Library of Congress Light Bulb Museum Mansfield Memorial Museum
The Munich Studio Chicago Museum of Speed National Archives National Archives Digital Vault Ohio Genealogical Society
Ohio Historical Society Ohio Hospital Compare Site Polka Hall of Fame TV Dinner Club Museum Western Reserve Architecture
 
              

updated Tuesday, 05 May 2020