One of Toledo’s first suburban shopping centers, Miracle Mile survives to this day.
The Toledo-Lucas County Public Library’s “Images in Time” archive has some photos of Toledo that are too good to ignore.
It took nineteen years for the Franklin Park Mall to go from idea to reality before it finally opened in July, 1971.
The Jeep Administration building was a landmark in central Toledo until it was imploded on a Saturday morning in April, 1979.
The Fiberglas tower is seeing some new life, but a lot of hopes were pinned on its construction.
The Commodore Perry, still standing at Superior and Jefferson downtown, spent 53 years as Toledo’s top hotel.
A week-long celebration marked the opening of Toledo’s new train station, Central Union Terminal, in 1950. It was a long time coming.