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Alta House Social Settlement
The Alta House Social Settlement, founded in 1895 by John D. Rockefeller, began as a support organization for Italian immigrants to the Mayfield-Murray Hill area, known today as Little Italy, of Cleveland, OH. The Settlement initially provided a nursery and kindergarten for the community, adding a library, youth campus and playground in the early 1920s. Today, the Alta House continues its commitment toward social, educational, recreational and supportive services and development, for all ages, in the greater Cleveland area.
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