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This is a photograph of the Buckeye Road Hungarian community taken in 1916, which served as a transient community until the early 1920s. Cleveland Hungarian Heritage Museum. Hungarian Americans of Cleveland

For those of you who are old enough to remember Hough Bakery, Archie's will conjure up such sweet memories of childhood days and happy celebrations...He sells amazing cakes, cupcakes, coconut bars, and the 'oh so famous' and 'hard to find' petit fours.

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Getting to know the Real Cleveland: Yeah, we got history, but we've also evolved

At the height of its popularity, there were 28 Hough bakeries in Northeast Ohio, serving their beloved white cake with white frosting inside the white-and-blue box. Today you can still enjoy a Hough-style cake from Archie's Bakery (14906 Lake Shore Blvd., Cleveland; 216-481-4188), owned by former Hough baker Archie Garner.

The family acquired the old Star Bakery plant at 1519 Lakeview Rd. in May 1941 for its operations and 4 years later incorporated the firm as Hough Bakery Co. The name was changed to Hough Bakeries in 1952.

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Archie's Lakeshore Bakery

It was their White Cake that always did me in and ever since I was a little girl, I have longed for one more piece. The White Cake was at all birthday parties and weddings. Name an occasion and Hough delivered