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Hungarian Heritage Museum

1301 E 9th St, Cleveland, Ohio 44114 USA

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“celebrating Cleveland's Hungarian heritage”

The Cleveland Hungarian Heritage Society was established as a not-for-profit corporation under Ohio law as of September 13, 1985.  It was recognized as a federally tax exempt organization on February 18, 1986. The CHHS opened its first museum at  St. Elizabeth Church on April 20, 1986.  This opening was welcomed by a Proclamation issued by City Council of Cleveland.  Numerous civic and community leaders consented to be named  to the Honorary Board of Directors of the CHHS. (See our List of Honorary Board of Directors.) The very first exhibition, entitled the Inaugural Exhibition, was held on this same date. Since that time, the CHHS has organized numerous large scale and small scale exhibitions, as well as many lectures and presentations. Significant exhibitions were the month-long exhibitions at the Cleveland Natural History Museum and at the Beck Center in Lakewood.  (See our General Accomplishments Listing.) The CHHS launched its newsletter, "THE REVIEW" in winter of 1986.  The  REVIEW is subtitled "The Second One Hundred Years" in recognition of the fact that significant waves of Hungarian immigration to the US took place more than 100 years ago in the 1880s.  Now Hungarian-Americans are entering into a second one hundred years of settlement in the United States.   In its first two years, the REVIEW was funded by Grants from the Ohio Arts Council and came out quarterly.

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Hungarian Heritage Museum

1301 E 9th St
Cleveland, Ohio
44114 USA

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