The long-forgotten Spielbusch Armory burned in December, 1934 in a spectacular fire.
The ice broke on the Maumee in March, 1908, and the steamer Yuma, torn from its mooring, took out a good chunk of the former Cherry Street Bridge.
The Fiberglas tower is seeing some new life, but a lot of hopes were pinned on its construction.
The Westwood Art Theater was a West Toledo landmark for all the wrong reasons. It’s gone from a theater to a “private club” to closed but now a neighborhood group is looking into the building’s possibilities.
The Jeep Administration building was a landmark in central Toledo until it was imploded on a Saturday morning in April, 1979.
I went back to Ohio, and my school had been totally rebuilt! The old one was gone forever.
From the 40s to the 80s, a golf oasis lived at the corner of Talmadge and Monroe. And I have photos!