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<p>The United Hungarian Societies grew quickly. In 1937, sixty-one organizations belonged to the United Hungarian Societies, but the number declined to fifty by 1977. Despite the declining membership, the group continues to exist in the twenty-first century. During the twentieth century, not only did the United Hungarian Societies coordinate the activities of various Hungarian groups, but it also carried out fundraising drives to assist Hungarians both in Cleveland and around the world. During the Great Depression, the organization also established an employment service for unemployed Hungarians living in Cleveland.</p>
#Van Tassel, David D., and John J. Grabowski, eds. <em>The Encyclopedia of Cleveland History</em>. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1996.
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