On Christmas Day, 1951, Toledo got a bigger White Christmas than it bargained for.
The Toledo-Lucas County Public Library’s “Images in Time” archive has some photos of Toledo that are too good to ignore.
Quite possibly the only visit by royalty to Toledo happened in November 1953, when the King and Queen of Greece spent a day in the Glass City.
The 1908 Encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic was possibly Toledo’s biggest convention ever.
Toledo, like the rest of the country, fondly embraced John Denver and his music, despite a certain song he performed about the city.
Hi loves – Carlo Sommer here, founder of the Crusade of Love for alllll of mankind.
It took nineteen years for the Franklin Park Mall to go from idea to reality before it finally opened in July, 1971.