“Gus” Benjamin was a fixture at Woodward, and its sporting events, for four decades.
First there was Fort Miami Race Track, but very briefly, Maumee Downs was the place to see horse racing in Toledo.
Yet another forgotten building, the Waldorf Hotel sat on Summit Street where Promedica’s headquarters is now.
Elaine Higgins was a fixture in downtown Toledo in the 1970s and 1980s.
Hi loves – Carlo Sommer here, founder of the Crusade of Love for alllll of mankind.
The Jeep Administration building was a landmark in central Toledo until it was imploded on a Saturday morning in April, 1979.
From the 40s to the 80s, a golf oasis lived at the corner of Talmadge and Monroe. And I have photos!