1889

Dedication of Jewish Home for the Aged and Infirm (Glen Manor).

A resident celebrates their 100th birthday. <br><br>Courtesy of The Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Trustees for the Jewish Hospital, recognizing the need to care for the unwell and elderly, committed the resources of the hospital to the creation of a Jewish Home for the Aged and Infirm, later renamed Glen Manor.

A resolution passed authorizing the creation of the home in 1882, and the building was dedicated in 1889.

Built on hospital grounds, the home was the last address for many members of Cincinnati’s Jewish community, lacking the familial support and medical care essential in old age.

This institution existed until the 1997 merger with the Orthodox Home for the Aged that created Cedar Village.