A week-long celebration marked the opening of Toledo’s new train station, Central Union Terminal, in 1950. It was a long time coming.
The aviation pioneer made Toledo one of his proving grounds for his lighter-than-air craft.
I started writing about the Lorraine Motor Hotel but somehow ended up at the Jefferson Avenue Circus.
It took nineteen years for the Franklin Park Mall to go from idea to reality before it finally opened in July, 1971.
A nostalgic look back at late 70’s nightlife in Toledo includes a roundup of local bars and discos popular with the singles set.
What could have been a housing development is now Toledo’s most popular Metropark.
A spectacular fire in May of 1975 brought down the Tiedtke’s building at Summit and Adams. But what brought Tiedtke’s, the business, down?