Is Tomato Pudding a unique Toledo delicacy? The answer seems to be yes after Mrs. Carrie Wall, above, revealed the dish’s secrets to Blade readers in 1960.
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.
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?
“Do you know Toledo?” the Toledo News-Bee asked on May 19, 1927. “Do you know why Toledo, your home, holds a grip upon your heart from which you will never be released?”
The brief city employee strike in 1979 was a blow to Toledo’s image.