On the Sunday after Thanksgiving, 1974, fourteen inches of snow showed up at exactly the wrong time.
From the 40s to the 80s, a golf oasis lived at the corner of Talmadge and Monroe. And I have photos!
The Fiberglas tower is seeing some new life, but a lot of hopes were pinned on its construction.
Let’s take a quick trip around Toledo and have something to eat, circa 1980.
The West Toledo Expressway – an 8.8 mile section of Interstates 75 and 475 – opened in December, 1970. Sylvania felt snubbed.
The Anthony Wayne Trail was built on the bed of the Miami and Erie canal, but its official draining ceremony in 1929 was ruined by saboteurs.
The king of tornadoes in the Toledo area will likely always be Palm Sunday, 1965, but it wasn’t the first destructive tornado in the area.