A week-long celebration marked the opening of Toledo’s new train station, Central Union Terminal, in 1950. It was a long time coming.
Toledo Tomorrow, a vision of a future Toledo, came at a time the city was straining under the weight of many problems.
I started writing about the Lorraine Motor Hotel but somehow ended up at the Jefferson Avenue Circus.
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?
The long-forgotten Spielbusch Armory burned in December, 1934 in a spectacular fire.
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.
I went back to Ohio, and my school had been totally rebuilt! The old one was gone forever.