The Ward M. Canaday Center

for Special Collections

The University of Toledo

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John Grigsby Papers, 1892-2005

MSS-128

Size: 3.75 linear feet

Provenance: Received from John Grigsby, January 1998, March 1998, January 2001 and July 2007

Access: Open

Collection Summary: Collection consists of correspondence including letters to Grigsby and other editors about upcoming feature stories, information on crime, typescripts, Howard Copland and the Area Cooperation Committee, and photographs of buildings, industry, public transportation, people, streets, trains, and boats

Subject(s): Civic Interests

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Processing Note:  Additions made in 2001 are not chronological

Copyright: The literary rights to this collection are assumed to rest with the person(s) responsible for the production of the particular items within the collection, or with their heirs or assigns.  Researchers bear full legal responsibility for the acquisition to publish from any part of said collection per Title 17, United States Code.  The Ward M. Canaday Center for Special Collections may reserve the right to intervene as intermediary at its own discretion.

Completed by: Lisa Petree, December 1998, Holly Hartlerode, 2001 and Brad Sommer, 2012; revised by Tamara Jones, March 2013

 

Biographical Sketch

A native Toledoan, John N. Grigsby knew as a child that he wanted to become a newspaper reporter when he grew up.  One of his first jobs was selling magazines to members of The Blade staff and delivering the newspaper.  He is quoted as saying “I was entranced by the odor of newsprint and ink and by the scurrying activity as everyone fought to meet deadlines.”  His dream became a reality when he was hired by The Blade on June 10, 1936 just one day after graduating from the University of Toledo.  His first official story as a staff member was to write about his own college commencement.  As a student, John had worked periodically during vacations or was called in for “breaking” stories like the 1934 Electric Auto-Lite strike.  He was also editor-in-chief of the Campus Collegian.

He married Margaret Ann Hartman, whom he met via the telephone when she worked in Flower Hospital’s admitting office and he was covering the police beat.  Both are University of Toledo alumni.  In 1962, they moved to the Trilby area of Washington Township to raise their three children John (A.), Rick, and Gail.

His job was definitely a family affair; they all lived it.  It wasn’t the least bit unusual for John to load the family into the car while he chased fires for an upcoming story.  He “liked to be in the middle of things,” and fire-chasing was his favorite story type.  Hence he was affectionately dubbed the “disaster man.” 

During Grigsby’s career at The Blade, he was a state editor, a suburban editor and an assistant city editor.  His stories encompassed an endless array of topics:  natural disasters, national conventions, radio and movie pages, federal and labor beats, and glimpses of Toledo’s past featured in “Sesqui-Spots.”

He was one of eight men instrumental in forming the Area Cooperation Committee in 1962.  These individuals represented the townships, municipalities, and county governments and their purpose was twofold.  First, the committee wanted to create new municipal courts and uniformity in administration of justice.  Secondly, they wanted to overcome the prevalent “hate Toledo” attitude.  The Area Cooperation Committee became the precursor to the Toledo Metropolitan Area Council of Governments.    

Another milestone in John Grigsby’s career was the Penta-County Vocational Program he helped establish on the site of the old Rossford Army Depot.  He suggested to the late Ross Enright, Perrysburg police chief that a professional institute be built at Penta-County for the training of law enforcement officers.  The program was developed by Mr. Enright (although it was John’s “brainchild”) and began in March 1966.  Penta became a forerunner of vocational programs throughout Ohio and gained national notoriety.  As the school expanded, seventeen separate school districts merged to form Penta-County Vocational High School and Technical College.  Later, the technical college took a separate entity and became Owens Technical College.

In 1989, he retired from The Blade news staff after fifty-three years, although he continued to write an occasional article until 1997 (See “Minnesota Town Got its Start in Toledo,” March 30, 1997).  He died on January 13, 2011.  

 

Scope and Content Note

This collection is divided into four series:  Correspondence, Subject Files, Printed Material and Photographs.  The Correspondence series is small and consists of just one folder.  Contained within are letters to John Grigsby and other journalists at The Blade with ideas for forthcoming features.  Also included is a thank you note and pieces of Toledo history.

The Subject Files cover an array of topics.  Some of the information is general and some quite specific from Crime and Various Typescripts to Howard Copland and The Area Cooperation Committee.  Inside individual folders are newspaper clippings, John Grigsby’s typescripts, photographs, programs and maps.

Black and white photographs comprise the greater part of the Photograph series.  Individual folders entitled Buildings, Houses, Industry, Public Transportation, People, Streets, Trains and Boats describe folder contents.  The small postcard collection from 1906-1911 and 1914 is both black and white and color.  The tinted photos of Collingwood Avenue Presbyterian Church, the Huebner Toledo Breweries Co., St. Vincent Hospital and Union Passenger Station are just a few of the landmarks represented in the collection.  Toledo Aerials are what the name implies; assorted aerial views of the city including Lincolnshire (near Secor and Central), Toledo Express Airport, Scott Park Pool and Rosary Cathedral.  Finally, the last folder in this series, Various, contains pictures from the first airmail in Toledo, June 3, 1928 and the Speedway roller coaster at Walbridge Park in the mid 1930’s.

Finally, within Printed Material are the two subseries “Newspaper Clippings by John Grigsby” and “Publications”.  Folder titles indicate where the newspaper articles appeared i.e., The Toledo Blade Pictorial:  1949-1960, The Sunday Magazine:  1965-1974, The Toledo Magazine:  1978-1997 or The (Toledo) Blade:  1942-1995.  The versatility of Mr. Grigsby’s writing career is evidenced by the voluminous assortment of newspaper articles he produced throughout his fifty-three years as a journalist with The Blade.  The subseries Publications is a conglomeration of historical calendars, newsletters and journals, The Ohio Fire Chiefs 1987 Roster, programs, brochures, pamphlets and souvenir books. 

Series List

 

S1

Correspondence
n.d., 1900-2002. 
This small series consists of three folders.
There are a variety of letters to John Grigsby and other news reporters at The Blade.  Also included are assorted typescripts and handwritten notes by others, newspaper clippings, and a photograph, all chronicling Toledo history.

S2

Subject Files
1894-2005.
Arranged alphabetically.
This series contains newspaper clippings, typescripts by John Grigsby, photographs, programs and maps.  The information within this series pertains to Toledo and its surrounding communities varying from quite specific to general i.e., Tiedtke’s and The Courthouse Cornerstone to Crime and Prohibition.

S3

Printed Material
1887-2000.
Arranged chronologically within the subseries “Newspaper Clippings by John Grigsby” and alphabetically in “Publications”.
Folder titles in the “Newspaper Clippings by John Grigsby” subseries indicate where and when these articles appeared: The Toledo Blade Pictorial: 1949-1960, The Sunday Magazine: 1965-1974, The Toledo Magazine: 1978-1997 or The (Toledo) Blade: 1942-1995.  The Publications subseries contains miscellaneous printed material: historical calendars, newsletters and journals, The Ohio Fire Chiefs 1987 Roster, programs, brochures, pamphlets and souvenir books.

  S4

Photographs

 

n.d., [1890’s]-1988. 
Arranged alphabetically.
Monochromatic photographs constitute the majority of this series.  Individual folders labeled with subseries headings describe folder contents: Buildings, Houses, Industry, Public Transportation, People, Streets, Trains and Boats.  Worthy of mention are the tinted photos of Collingwood Avenue Presbyterian Church, the Huebner Toledo Breweries Co., St. Vincent Hospital and Union Passenger Station; all important historical landmarks in Toledo.   

 

 

Folder List

Box
Folder
Item
    S1. Correspondence
1
1
n.d., 1900, 1941, 1953, 1956, 1966, 1977, 1979, 1981, 1984, 1987, 1991 & 1997
3
1
Typescripts I, n.d.
3
2
Typescripts II, n.d.
3
3
Memos/Letters, n.d. (2), 1971, 1978, 1979 (2), 1986 (2), 1987, 1993
4
1
Memos/Letters, n.d. 1938, 1940, 1955, 1960, 1974(5), 1975, 1979, 1984(2) & 1986(2)
4
2
Memos/Letters, 1987(3), 1988, 1989, 1990(2), 1992(2), 1994 (4), 1995(2), 1997, 2001 & 2002
     
    S2. Subject Files
1
2
Adams and Washington Townships, 1984, n.d.
4
3
American Newspaper Guild/Toledo Newspaper Guild, 1936-1938, n.d.
1
3
Area Cooperation Committee, n.d., 1962-1969 & 1988-1989
1
4
AT & T Building in Maumee, 1896, 1901, 1926-1927 & 1946
1
5
Auburndale, n.d., 1919, 1922, 1930-1931, 1934, 1950, 1970 & 1981
4
4
Auto-Lite Strike, 2005
4
5
The Blade, 1961, 1999, 2001, n.d.
1
6
Blade History (newspaper), n.d., 1929, 1938, 1977 & 1986
1
7
Bloomville, 1950 & 1958
1
8
Bridges and Boats, n.d., 1910, 1913, 1963-1964 & 1983
1
9
Bud and Luke’s Restaurant, n.d., [1933-1936], 1937-1938 & 1941
1
10
Canals, 1929, 1937, 1950, 1956, 1968-1969, 1971, 1975, 1978 & 1982
1
11
Casino and Willard Dempsey Boxing Contest, n.d., 1919, 1929, 1944, 1948, 1951, 1953 & 1978
1
12
Christmases Past, n.d., 1893, 1944 & 1992
1
13
Copland, Howard, n.d., 1935 & 1990
1
14
Council of Governments, n.d., 1993
1
15
Courthouse Cornerstone, n.d., 1894
1
16
Crime, n.d., 1900, 1904, 1924, 1929, 1932 & 1991
4
6
Crime, 1938, 1999
1
17
Defense Bond Drive, Pre-World War II, n.d.
1
18
Depression (Great), n.d., 1979 & 1985
1
19
East Side, Toledo, n.d., 1929, 1936, 1940, 1970, 1990 & 1994
1
20
Fire and Police Communications, 1948, 1951, 1963, 1965, 1981 & 1986 
1
21
Ford, Edward, 1938, 1950, 1982, 1989
1
22
Front Page, n.d., 1932-1933
1
23
Geer, Frank, n.d., 1887 & 1987
1
24
General Data on the History of Toledo, n.d., 1978, 1984-1986 & 1988
4
7
General Toledo History, 1984, 1992, 1999, n.d.
1
25
Goldman Band, n.d., 1933
1
26
Hartford-Empire Company, Anti-Trust Case, n.d., 1942
1
27
Homeville Area Plat Maps, n.d., 1916 & 1950
1
28
Interurban Link, n.d., 1979
1
29
Jardine, Alan, 1990
1
30
Jones, Paul (History of Wood County, OH, 1820-1995), 1994
1
31
 Labor Management Citizens Committee (LMC), n.d., 1945-1946, 1948, 1951-1952, 1961, 1965-1966, 1972-1973, 1975-1978, 1991-1992 & 1994-1996  
1
32
Larson, Don, n.d.
4
8
LeFevre, Paul, 1949, n.d. 
4
9
Local Business, 1992
4
10
Local History, 1992, 1999
1
33
Marsh, Ben, n.d.,1929, 1931, 1935-1936, 1953-1954, 1959, 1961, 1966 & 1993
1
34
Michigan State Police-Erie, 1941, 1960 & 1978-1980
1
35
Navarre, Peter and the Ottawa Indians History, n.d., 1994
1
36
Neighborhoods, n.d., 1971, 1977-1978, 1983, 1985 & 1987
1
37
Ohio Turnpike, 1956
1
38
Ohlinger, John, n.d.
4
11
Patterson, Grove, 1956 
1
39
Police Cooperation Committee, n.d., 1965 & 1967-1968
1
40
Police Training School, n.d. & 1965-1968
1
41
Potter, Emory (Judge) and the Dedication of the Lucas County Courthouse, n.d, 1994 
1
42
Prohibition, 1968-1969 & 1978
1
43
Reapportion of Districts and Street Name Changes, n.d., 1918, 1921, 1954, 1964-1966
1
44
Rossford Water Street Vacation Project, 1952 & 1961 and Rossford Marina, 1963, 1965, 1977, 1991 & 1993 
1
45
Schools, n.d., 1889, 1904, 1914-1915, 1965 & 1990
4
12
Schools, n.d., 1926, 1977
1
46
Sesquicentennial, n.d. (1 of 2)
1
47
Sesquicentennial (“Sesqui-Spots”) n.d., 1987 (2 of 2)
1
48
Streets, Toledo and Surrounding Communities, n.d., [1908], 1910, 1936-1938, 1940-1941, 1946, 1948, 1954-1956, 1958, 1961, 1965, 1967-1969, 1972, 1978, 1985, 1991-1993
1
49
Theaters, n.d., 1961, 1965 & 1977
4
13
Theatres, 1925, 1947, 1965, 1979-1980, 
1
50
Tiedtke’s, n.d., 1984
1
51
Toledo Beach, n.d., 1907, 1916-1918, 1923, 1927, 1932, 1971, 1989 & 1994
1
52
Toledo Harbor, 1985
4
14
Toledo/High School Radio, 1925, 1975-1976, 1982, 1987, n.d.
4
15
Toledo Metro Council of Governments, 1962, 1968-1969, 1971, 1981, 1993, 2000
1
53
Toledo Parks History, n.d., 1925-1926, 1984-1985 & 1992
1
54
Toledo Plan for Industrial Peace, Pre-Labor-Management-Citizens Committee (LMC), n.d., 1935-1936 & 1938
1
55
Toledo Police Chiefs, n.d., 1933-1934, 1936 & 1966
1
56
Toledo Radio (CKLW-Am 800), n.d., 1939, 1970-1971, 1974, 1979, 1984 & 1989 
1
57
Tornado, 1965
1
58
Tour of Toledo, n.d
2
1
University of Toledo Activities (1932-1936), n.d., 1933-1936 & 1969
2
2
University of Toledo, 50th Reunion (1936-1986), n.d., 1986-1989
2
3
University of Toledo, Grigsby honored by the Collegian, 1986
2
4
Upper Sandusky Slaying, 1953
2
5
“Victor”, n.d., 1926
2
6
V-J Day, n.d., 1995
2
7
Volunteer Firemen’s Associations, n.d., 1948, 1973-1974, 1982, 1985 & 1988
2
8
Westmoreland, n.d., 1992
2
9
Women Judges/Attorneys, 1944 & 1986
4
16
Worthington, n.d.
2
10
Various Typescripts, n.d., 1990
3
4
Miscellaneous Articles, 1942, 1948
3
5
Miscellaneous Articles II, n.d., 1944, 1953, 1980, 1986, 1994, 2000
3
6
Miscellaneous Articles III, n.d. 1892, 1897, 1967-1968, 2000
3
7
Miscellaneous Articles IV n.d.
4
17
Miscellaneous Articles V, n.d., 1942, 1944, 1965, 1977-1978, 1980-1981, 1984, 1987, 1992-1996, 1999, 2005
     
    S3. Printed Material
    Subseries A: News paper Clippings by Grigsby
5
1
Blade Griddle, February 15, 1941 (“A Valentine Day Hangover”)
2
11
Toledo Blade Pictorial, May 8, 1949 (“300,000 Chicks A Year”)
2
11
Toledo Blade Pictorial, September 25, 1949 (“Extinct Alma Mater”)
2
11
Toledo Blade Pictorial, November 6, 1949 ( “If You Ever Need An Oar”)
2
11
Toledo Blade Pictorial, December 10, 1950 (“They Hike For Pay”)
2
11
Toledo Blade Pictorial, August 19, 1951 (“Maumee: Ohio’s Newest City”)
2
11
Toledo Blade Pictorial, January 27, 1952 (“Quarter Century Of Fire Fighting”)
2
11
Toledo Blade Pictorial, November 9, 1952 (“A House For $275.00”)
2
11
Toledo Blade Pictorial, December 21, 1952 (“When The Choo-Choo Leaves For---“)
2
11
Toledo Blade Pictorial, July 25, 1954 (“Progress On The Turnpike”)
2
11
Toledo Blade Pictorial, September 21, 1958 (“Train Robberies Can Be Fun”) 
2
11
The Blade Pictorial, June 12, 1960 (“Record For Findlay Scouts?”)
2
11
The Blade Pictorial, July 24, 1960 (“Popcorn Is Booming All Over”)
5
1
Toledo Blade, March 5, 1937 (“Fire Department Rescue Truck to be Ready Monday”)
5
1
Toledo Blade, March 26, 1937 (“Fire Pikers Hold Unique Place in City Department”)
5
1
Toledo Blade, July 17, 1937 (“Fritz Reiner to Conduct New York Stadium Concert”)
5
1
Toledo Blade, January 28, 1938 (“Cries for Ambulance, Moans of Victims Mingle at Fire”)
5
1
Toledo Blade, December 20, 1938 (“Opinions Sought in Annual Trade Paper Editors’ Poll”)
5
1
Toledo Blade, 1938(?) (“Waite Graduate on Air from Studios in Chicago”)
5
1
Toledo Blade, 1938(?) (“Two Top Selections Given Sunday Night Comedian”)
5
1
Toledo Blade, 1938(?) (“Stooges Important Items on Most Funny Programs”)
5
1
Toledo Blade, 1938(?) (“Comedian and Program Chosen Best by Editors”)
5
1
Toledo Blade, 1938(?) (“Uncle Jim Harkins Aids in Weekly Show Production”)
5
1
Toledo Blade, January 5, 1939 (“Tri-State Blockade Formed After Bank Robbery Here”)
5
1
Toledo Blade, November 9, 1939 (“Talented Texas Girl Crashes Studio to Win Air Role”)
5
1
Toledo Blade, November 13, 1939 (“Hollywood Radio Stars. . .”)
5
1
Toledo Blade, November 1939 (“Score of Topflight Shows Keep Blade Reporter Busy’)
5
1
Toledo Blade, February 9, 1940 (Our Town article re: winter/Christmas)
2
12
Toledo Blade, April 22, 1940 (“Toledo Wreck Toll is 5”)
2
12
Toledo Blade, April 23, 1940 (“Little Falls Again Normal After Wreck”)
5
1
Toledo Blade, March 21, 1941 (“Double-Life Plot Used in ‘Footsteps in Dark’”)
5
1
Toledo Blade, March 28, 1941 (“It Rains Hard in Hollywood, but Only on a Movie Set”)
2
12
Toledo Blade, November 10, 1941 (“2 Killed, 50 Injured In Wreck Near Kenton") 
2
12
Toledo Blade, November 10, 1941 (“50 Hurt as Pennsy Flyer Hits Cylinder Off Freight Engine") 
2
12
Toledo Blade, May 7, 1950 (“Mystery Car Hunted as Clue in Double Killing Near Bryan")
2
12
Toledo Blade, May 11, 1950 (“Young Bride Believes in Husband’s Innocence") 
2
12
Toledo Blade, May 18, 1950 (“Youth Confesses Bryan Slaying”)
2
12
Toledo Blade, 1950 (“Hartman Starts Return to Bryan”)
2
12
Toledo Blade, n.d. (“Wife of Victim Unaware Her Husband Was on Train") 
2
13
Toledo Blade, September 24, 1953 (“Letters Hint Girl's Slayer Loved Another")
2
13
Toledo Blade, April 3, 1955 (“Sailor's Life is More Colorful With Navy's New Paint Orders")
2
13
Toledo Blade, January 15, 1962 (“Breaking of Old School Ties Recalled When New DeVilbiss 'Stole' from Scott")
2
13
Toledo Blade, January 10, 1964 (“John Grigsby Reports Suburb Events-So He Moved There")
2
13
Toledo Blade, January 19, 1964 (“City and Adams Reach Property Takeover Pact") 
2
13
Toledo Blade, August 6, 1966 (“Blade Writer Grigsby First to Win Penta School Award") 
2
13
Toledo Blade, June 21, 1967 (“I've Heard”)
2
13
Toledo Blade, September 8, 1968 (“We Walked the Mackinac Bridge") 
2
13
Toledo Blade, March 23, 1969 (“Lights Go Off On Community's Fight") 
2
13
Toledo Blade, December 7, 1969 (“[Sylvania Trustees] to Begin Jan 1")
2
14
Toledo Blade Pictorial, May 13, 1951 (“2,400 Pupils Transported Daily to Classes in 22 Schools by Adams Township's Efficient Bus System")
2
14
Toledo Blade Pictorial, June 17, 1951 (“In Old Toledo”)
2
14
The Blade Sunday Magazine, July 11, 1965 (“Heading For Their First Roundup") 
2
14
The Blade Sunday Magazine, July 17, 1966 (“Doing the Dunes”)
2
14
Toledo Magazine, The Blade, October 15, 1978 (“Changes: Toledo Then and Now")
2
14
Toledo Magazine, The Blade, October 29, 1978 (“Changes: Toledo Then and Now”)
2
15
Toledo Magazine, The Blade, November 12, 1978 (“Changes: Toledo Then and Now”)
2
15
Toledo Magazine, The Blade, December 3, 1978 (“Changes: Toledo Then and Now") 
2
15
Toledo Magazine, The Blade, January 7, 1979 (“Changes: Toledo Then and Now") 
2
15
Toledo Magazine, May 30, 1984 (“A New Look”)
2
15
Toledo Magazine, March 11-17, 1990 (“TimePieces: The Early Days of the Colony Area”)
2
15
Toledo Magazine, February 10-16, 1991 (“TimePieces: Politics, the Post Office and Mr. Lanker") 
2
15
Toledo Magazine, n.d. (“The Days of the….”)
2
16
Toledo Blade, January 1, 1973 (“In Becoming Little Old Wine Maker, Avoid Giving Uncle Sam Bad Taste") 
2
16
Toledo Blade, August 27, 1974 (“I've Heard”)
2
16
Toledo Blade, October 22, 1974 (“I've Heard”)
2
16
Toledo Blade, December 26, 1976 (“Reporter, Wife in Ring-Side Seat During 'Streak' Filming")
2
16
Toledo Blade, January 31, 1977 (“Business Veterans of West Toledo's 'Point' Retire") 
2
16
Toledo Blade, July 10, 1977 (“Surprises Await Many With Unclaimed Funds") 
2
16
Toledo Blade, September 24, 1977 (“Vial of Life Program Spreads to Communities in 34 States") 
2
16
Toledo Blade, May 3, 1979 (“Musketeers, Mentor Hold Reunion”)
2
16
Toledo Blade, n.d. 1979 (“Woman Repaid for Her Concern”)
2
17
Toledo Blade, June 22, 1980 (“Blade Reporter Named an Honorary Fire Chief”)
2
17
Toledo Blade, September 7, 1980 (“Middlegounds History: Where the Action Was”)
2
17
Toledo Blade, November 23, 1980 (“Lose Your Heart in San Francisco") 
2
17
Toledo Blade, July 26, 1981 (“Musical Fame Lost By One Vote”)
2
17
Toledo Blade, August 27, 1981 (“Cooperation, Toil End Area Feuding, Fussing”)
2
17
Toledo Blade, May 7, 1987 (“Behind the Headlines”)
2
17
Toledo Blade, July 7, 1989 (“Smell of Newsprint, Hustle of Reporters Sparked a Career”)
2
17
Toledo Blade, July 10, 1989 (“Nostalgic Thoughts of Gardner Building”)
2
17
Toledo Blade, August 31, 1989 (“An Overall Protest Against High Prices”)
2
17
Toledo Blade, October 22, 1989 (“Big Bands Swing Again on Canadian Radio”)
2
18
Toledo Blade, February 7, 1990 (“Round Table Gang Loses Lunch Spot At Linck's Too”)
2
18
Toledo Blade, April 25, 1990 (“Old Store Soon to be Just a Sweet Memory”)
2
18
Toledo Blade, May 9, 1990 (“Neighbors Hope Parkway Will Revive Galena Street") 
2
18
Toledo Blade, June 27, 1990 (“A Mound Once Rose From Plains of Oregon") 
2
18
Toledo Blade, July 18, 1990 (“Remembering Darby College”)
2
18
Toledo Blade, September 2, 1990 (“The Man Who Left His Mark on the City He Hardly Knew") 
2
18
Toledo Blade, September 12, 1990 (“1938 Event Welcomed Point Place New Street”)
2
18
Toledo Blade, September 19, 1990 (“Thoms Place: It's Toe Man”)
2
18
Toledo Blade, September 26, 1990 (“Want a Real Hike? Try the 50-Mile Length") 
2
18
Toledo Blade, October 10, 1990 (“Charlie Weaver Creator Linked to Arquettes")
2
18
Toledo Blade, November 22, 1990 (“Homeville Streets Were Named for Willys-Overland Workers”)
2
18
Toledo Blade, December 5, 1990 (“Puzzle From Yesteryear is Nearly Solved”)
2
18
Toledo Blade, December 19, 1990 (“Burnley Woods is Old England Neighborhood in South Toledo") 
2
18
Toledo Blade, n.d. (“Influence of French Apparent”)
2
18
Toledo Blade, April 10, 1991 (“Street Signs Mean Something Extra to Some Residents") 
2
19
Toledo Blade, April 17, 1991 (“Bono's Name Chosen to Honor Memory of Cherokee Indian Chief Who Lived Here")
2
19
Toledo Blade, May 15, 1991 (“Hasty Hills Streets Given Names From Horse Racing Greats”)
2
19
Toledo Blade, May 22, 1991 (“Massive Tree Gave Rossford Street its Name”)
2
19
Toledo Blade, June 1, 1991 (“Radio Days: For Those Who Love Listening To Police and Fire Calls, the Best Show in Town is Nearing Cancellation”)
2
19
Toledo Blade, June 5, 1991 (“Small Swanton Twp. Cemetery a Mystery”)
2
19
Toledo Blade, June 9, 1991 (“A Special Tribute to Macomber-Whitney And DeVilbiss High Schools: Pioneering Idea That Kept Working")
2
19
Toledo Blade, June 15, 1991 (“Fireman's Convention Ends With Parade in Oak Harbor”)
2
19
Toledo Blade, July 24, 1991 (“Finch Drive Not Named for the Birds”)
2
19
Toledo Blade, October 23, 1991 (“How was Erawa Drive Named?”)
2
19
Toledo Blade, December 22, 1991 (“Remembering the Endless Summers of Clark Lake”)
2
19
Toledo Blade, January 8, 1992 (“Isha-Laye, Lape-Kala Named for Eppsteins") 
2
19
The Blade Sunday Magazine, February 9, 1992 (“Timepieces: Summers Full of Fun”)
2
20
Toledo Blade, February 16, 1992 (“A Guide to Toledo: Enough History To Fill an Encyclopedia; Enough Diversity to Empty a Bank Account”)
2
20
Toledo Blade, March 25, 1992 (“Where's Morris?”)
2
20
Toledo Blade, June 12, 1992 (“A Look Back at Camp Miakonda”)
2
20
Toledo Blade, June 24, 1992 (“For Whom Was Elmer Drive Named? No One Knows For Sure”)
2
20
Toledo Blade, July 29, 1992 (“Vote in 1926 Killed Proposed City”)
2
20
Toledo Blade, September 9, 1992 (“Alexis Area Named for Railroad Tower”)
2
20
Toledo Blade, September 16, 1992 (“Perrysburg Grid Layout Eases Travel Within City") 
2
20
Toledo Blade, October 18, 1992 (“Grace Smith's was the Place to Meet for Lunch”)
2
20
Toledo Blade, October 21, 1992 (“Douglas Road Grew From Toledo to Lulu”)
2
20
Toledo Blade, November 15, 1992 (“Hampton Likely Named for Virginia City") 
2
20
Toledo Blade, December 23, 1992 (“Why Has Toledo Ignored Libbey?”)
2
20
Toledo Blade, December 26, 1992 (“East Toledo, Like London has Strange Street Configurations")
2
20
Toledo Blade, December 30, 1992 (“Wedding March was Theme of Old Waynesfield Twp.”)
2
23
Toledo Blade, January 27, 1993 (“Was Violet Road Tribute to Childhood Girlfriend?")
2
20
Toledo Blade, February 24, 1993 (“It's No Merickel”)
2
23
Toledo Blade, March 10, 1993 (“No One Told City Solicitor Job Meant Posting Vacant Island”)
2
23
Toledo Blade, March 31,1993 (“Sequel of a Sign: Island Annexation a Washout at First") 
2
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Toledo Blade, April 14, 1993 (“Koch Drive Named for Charles”)
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Toledo Blade, June 17, 1993 (“Confusing, Isn't It? Oregon's Isaac Streets is Really a Drive")
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Toledo Blade, July 4, 1993 (“Celebrate in Switzerland”)
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Toledo Blade, July 8, 1993 (“Streets Named Tappan Found in Both Maumee, West Toledo")
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Toledo Blade, August 8, 1993 (“Once-Deadly Crossing in Moline Tamed as Signal Warn Drivers”)
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Toledo Blade, August 26, 1993 (“Dead Man's Crossing Raised Infamous Spirit”)
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Toledo Blade, November 21, 1993 (“Alaska's Fall Frenzy”)
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Toledo Blade, December 25, 1993 (“A Toledo Christmas: 1893”)
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Toledo Blade, January 2, 1994 (“Myrtle Beach Goes Country”)
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Toledo Blade, February 6, 1994 (“Excitement of Mardi Gras Extends Far From New Orleans”)
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Toledo Blade, February 10, 1994 (“Toledo Has Rich History of Streets of Wood”)
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Toledo Blade, April 28, 1994 (“Naming of Road in Oregon Leaves Historians in a Pickle") 
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Toledo Blade, May 12, 1994 (“Carskaddon Avenue Hard to Find-And to Pronounce")
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Toledo Blade, August 29, 1994 (“Celebrate! Cornerstone on County Courthouse Place 100 Years Ago on Labor Day")
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Toledo Blade, September 22, 1994 (“Retired Firefighters Attempt to Have Old Pump Restored
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Toledo Blade, December 7, 1994 (“Let's All Go Back to Tiedtke's”)
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Toledo Blade, January 1, 1995 (“Everything's Coming Up Roses”)
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Toledo Blade, August 13, 1995 (“Peace and They Partied”)
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Toledo Blade, December 15, 1996 (“Bud & Luke Closing Ends Happy 70 Years") 
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Toledo Blade, July 29, 1997 (“From Planes to Cars, Plant's Site Has Seen a lot of Metal") 
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Toledo Magazine, September 13, 1992 (“Fellowship, in War and Peace”)
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Toledo Magazine, December 20, 1992 (“Christmas Glows, Today and Yesterday") 
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Toledo Magazine, January 31, 1993 (“From Typewriters to Footlights: Toledo's Own Front Page")
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Toledo Magazine, May 23, 1993 (“A Most Memorable March”)
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Toledo Magazine, June 19, 1994 (“All Aboard for Toledo Beach!”)
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Toledo Magazine, August 7, 1994 (“Polishing the East Side Image”)
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Toledo Magazine, August 28, 1994 (“Forty Years Ago, Hasty Was the Fastest Road in Town") 
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The Blade Sunday Magazine, September 26, 1965 (“Seeing Toledo By Blimp") 
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The Blade Sunday Magazine, December 12, 1965 (“They Learn By Doing")
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The Blade Sunday Magazine, April 10, 1966 (“ With 150 Years Of History Behind Her, Perrysburg Is A Lady With A Past") 
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The Blade Sunday Magazine, November 5, 1967 (“Old-Timer”)
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The Blade Sunday Magazine, August 24, 1969 (“Kids Plus Pennies Equals Otto's")
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The Blade Sunday Magazine, January 20, 1974 (“The Belle Of St. Clair Street") 
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, April 2, 1978 (“Changes: Toledo Then & Now") This new series in the Toledo Magazine shows the city in photos as it was and as it is. 
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, April 16, 1978 (“Changes: Toledo Then & Now"). The New University of Toledo Campus 
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, May 7, 1978 (“Changes: Toledo Then & Now") For most of its life, the Security Building was known as Nasby Tower, Toledo's first skyscraper.
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Toledo Magazine, May 21, 1978 (“Changes: Toledo Then & Now”). It had been a shopping center for 20 years, but for decades before that, Swayne Field had meant baseball in Toledo. 
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, June 4, 1978 (“Changes: Toledo Then & Now").  The point in West Toledo, 1910 and 1978. 
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, June 18, 1978 (“Changes: Toledo Then and Now").  The farmland at Secor and Central now known as Westgate.  
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, July 2, 1978 (“Changes: Toledo Then & Now").  The Miami and Erie Canal which is now the Anthony Wayne Trail.
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, July 16, 1978 (“Changes: Toledo Then & Now").  The Franklin Park area owes its existence to the ice cream cone. 
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, July 30, 1978 (“Changes: Toledo Then & Now").  A new residential subdivision in 1965.  By 1978, the once empty lots were filled with residences.  
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, August 13, 1978 (“Changes: Toledo Then & Now") The 1918 Fort Miami Fairgrounds become the Lucas County recreation Center in 1963.
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, August 27, 1978 (“Changes: Toledo Then & Now").  The downtown library block's rich history of education.  
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, September 17, 1978 (“Changes: Toledo then & Now").  For 50 years, the Women's Club played a major part in Toledo society and the community at large.
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, January 28, 1979 (“Changes: Toledo Then & Now").  Horse-drawn fire equipment races past the YWCA in 1910.
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, February 18, 1979 (“Changes: Toledo Then & Now") In summers past, the circus set up its tent city in an open field in North Toledo.  
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, March 4, 1979 (“Changes: Toledo Then & Now").  F.J. Cheney's patent medicine was sold around the world.  
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, April 22, 1979 (“Changes: Toledo Then & Now").  A two-acre plot in the Old West End has played four majors roles in the life of the city.  
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, May 13, 1979 (“Changes: Toledo Then & Now").  For years, the "thousand islands" intersection at Cherry and Collingwood was the most dangerous in the city.  
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, June 3, 1979 (“Changes: Toledo Then & Now").  The land given by Jesup Scott in 1872 now is TU's Scott Park Campus") 
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, June 17, 1979 (“Toledo's Phantom Golf Course") 
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, July 1, 1979 (“Changes: Toledo Then & Now").  The sprawling site of the Rossford Ordnance Depot now is occupied by Penta county, Owens Tech and the area's largest industrial park.
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, September 23, 1979 (“A Nostalgic Interurban Ride").  For 30 years, the big electric trains provided fast, efficient service throughout Ohio and Michigan.  
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, October 21, 1979 (“Bleak Memories Of a Black Decade")
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, January 27, 1980 (“Changes: Toledo Then & Now").  The 700 block of Adams Street evokes memories of war and romance.  
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, June 8, 1980 (“Port Of Call: Toledo”)
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, November 16, 1980 (“Toledo, Gateway to Mount St. Helen's")
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, April 5, 1981 (“Snapshots From Another Century") 
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, May 3, 1981 (“The Glory Of Toledo Is In Its Trees")
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, July 26, 1981 (“Musical Fame Lost By One Vote")  
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, November 1, 1981 (“Changes: Toledo Then & Now").  Several amateur detectives tried for weeks to determine what intersection was pictured in the 1890's photo featured in this article.
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, September 12, 1982 (“Getting The Class of '32 Together Again")
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, December 12, 1982 (“Remembering Jan. 20, 1937")  
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, December 19, 1982 (“A Trio Of Christmas Stories: Memories of a Christmas Past")
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, February 27, 1983 (“Changes: Toledo Then & Now").  The coal-loading facility at the Baltimore and Ohio
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Then & Now”). The coal-loading facility at the Baltimore and Ohio docks along the Maumee River near Miami and Fassett Streets was visible proof that Toledo was one of the world's leading coal ports.  
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, March 13, 1983 (“A Cross-Country Honeymoon In 1923")  
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, May 1, 1983 (“Changes: Toledo Then & Now---Remembering Jefferson Elementary School")
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Toledo Magazine, July 31, 1983 ("Government Buildings Of The Past")
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, July 31, 1983 (“The City Hall That Never Was")
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, November 13, 1983 (“50 Years Of The Ohio Highway Patrol")  
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, February 26, 1984 (“Changes: Toledo Then & Now---The Changing Face of Adams Street")
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, March 11, 1984 (“Changes: Toledo Then & Now---Madison Avenue's Elegant Past")
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, March 18, 1984 (“Changes: Toledo Then & Now---Barricades Again Appear On St. Clair")  
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, April 1, 1984 (“Central Catholic: Proud Of Its Diversity") 
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, April 8, 1984 (“Changes: Toledo Then & Now---Toledo Was A City of Streetcars")
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, April 29, 1984 (“Changes: Toledo Then & Now---Looking Back At Conant Street")
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, May 6, 1984 (“Changes: Toledo Then & Now---Marble Staircase Lost In Bank Modernization")
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, May 20, 1984 (“A New Look For Jackson At Huron")
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, July 1, 1984 (“Changes: Toledo Then & Now---The Lucas County Armory had A Proud History")
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, July 8, 1984 (“Changes: Toledo Then & Now---Toledo's First Airport")
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, July 15, 1984 (“Changes: Toledo Then & Now---The Last Days Of The Southard Cemetery")
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, August 12, 1984 ("Changes: Toledo Then & Now---Levis Square Was Site Of Federal Building")
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, September 2, 1984 ("Changes: Toledo Then & Now---A Peaceful Setting For a Toledo Institution")  
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, September 30, 1984 ("Changes: Toledo Then & Now---The Early Days Of The Nicholas Building")
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, October 28, 1984 ("Changes: Toledo Then & Now---Cherry Street Bridge Still Draws Attention")
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, November 11, 1984 ("Changes: Toledo Then & Now---The Civic Auditorium Style")
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, November 18, 1984 ("Changes: Toledo Then & Now---Law Building Of Old Is New Ohio Building")
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, December 9, 1984 ("Changes: Toledo Then & Now---The Coliseum Was The Place To Be")  
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, December 16, 1984 ("Changes: Toledo Then & Now---The Lights Of Christmas")
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, December 23, 1984 ("How Toledo Celebrated The Holiday")
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, March 10, 1985 ("Changes: Toledo Then & Now---An Ice Jam On The Maumee")
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, April 14, 1985 ("Changes: Toledo Then & Now---Ottawa Park: Saving A City Oasis")
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, June 9, 1985 ("Changes: Toledo Then & Now---Headquarters For An Exclusive Club")
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, October 27-Nov. 2, 1985,  ("Changes: Toledo Then & Now---The Elegant Hotel Secor")
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, February 9-15, 1986 ("The Elegant Boody House Hotel")
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, May 4-10, 1986 ("Changes: Toledo Then & Now---A Communications Center")
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, July 13-19, 1986 ("Changes: Toledo Then & Now---A Pier Is Back At Luna Pier")
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, January 11-17, 1987 ("Changes: Toledo Then & Now---Neighborhood Theatres Once Thrived")
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, October 25-31, 1987 ("Some Dreams Come True")  
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, December 17-23, 1989 ("Downtown Was Decked Out For The Holidays")
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, January 21-27, 1990 ("Timepieces: Willow Beach---Decline Began The Day It Opened")
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, February 4-10, 1990 ("Timepieces: For A Time, Milner's Was The Largest")
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, February 25-March 3, 1990 ("Timepieces: The State Theater Once Was A Showplace")
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, April 8-14, 1990 (“Pete’s Was a Hot Place for Soup”)
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, April 22-28, 1990 (“Dressing up the Neighborhood”)
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, May 6-12, 1990 (“Timepieces: When Michigan And Ohio Shared A School”)  
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, June 10-16, 1990 (“Timepieces: Toledo’s Other YMCA”)  
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, June 17-23, 1990 (“Timepieces: $2 Bills Were Once A Hit In Rossford”)
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, July 22-28, 1990 (“Timepieces: Summit-Cherry Market Had International Flavor”)
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, September 23-29, 1990 (“Timepieces: Meetcha At The Grill After The Show”)
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, November 18-24, 1990 (“Timepieces: There Once Was  Place Called Momeneetown”)  
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, January 13-19, 1991 (“Timepieces: All Aboard At Wagon Works”)  
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, March 3-9, 1991 (“Timepieces: When Johnny Came Marching Home”)
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, April 28-May 4, 1991 ("Timepieces: Lending A Helping Hand")
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, June 16-22, 1991 ("The Year They Moved East Toledo")
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, July 7-13, 1991 ("The Red Cross---75 Years Of Service")
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, October 27-November 2, 1991 ("Timepieces: A Corey By Any Other Name…")
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, December 1-7, 1991 ("Helping Hands---Toledo's Visiting Nurses Celebrate 90 Years Of Service")
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, March 1-7, 1992 ("Timepieces: Billy Clubs And Batons")
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, May 1, 1994 (“Auburndale Neighborhood Remembered”) 
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Toledo Magazine, The Blade, March 30, 1997 (“Minnesota Town Got its Start in Toledo”)
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Toledo Blade, n.d. ("Sylvania School Chief Reverses Bleak Outlook To Solvent Feeling Of Pride")
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Toledo Blade, n.d. ("How Township Government Works Under Laws Of Ohio")
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Toledo Blade, n.d. ("Adrian Is A City Of Many Dimensions In Its Role As Lenawee County Center")
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Toledo Blade, n.d. ("Dixie Terraces, Significant Rossford Landmark, Will Be Razed In New Year")
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Toledo Blade, n.d. ("Hampton Street May Have Virginia Roots")
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Toledo Blade, n.d. ("VA's Dun Notes Outpace Reasons For $8.70 Bill")
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Toledo Blade, November 28, 1990 (“The French Connection: Lagrinka To Many, Lagrange St. Got Name From General’s Home”)
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Toledo Blade, September 14, 1942 (“Ban On Zoot Suit Won’t Handicap Local Shuffle Palaces Too Much, Reporter Discovers On Tour.  Help Cats Scream, But War Needs That Cloth”)
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Toledo Blade, September 26, 1943 (“Transatlantic Group…---Thursday Night Program Presents Speakers in London and New York; Toledo WAC Officer on Army Hour”)
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Toledo Blade, May 9, 1947 (“Wauseon Makes Merry Each Weekly Half-Holiday”)
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Toledo Blade, May 26, 1947 (“Wauseon Rail Crossing No Problem”)
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Toledo Blade, October 31, 1948 (“Tecumseh Going Places Thanks To Modest Business Executive”)
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Toledo Blade, April 30, 1950 (“Go To Bloomville, O., For Traffic Violator’s Paradise”)
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Toledo Blade, March 15, 1951 (“Goose ‘Adopts’ Man Who Saved Its Life”)
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Toledo Blade, March 16, 1952 (“Runaways---More Than 100 Youngsters Found In Maumee Yearly”)
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Toledo Blade, May 25, 1952 (“One-Room Schoolhouse Built During Civil War Doomed By Mason District Consolidation Vote”)  
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Toledo Blade, December 14, 1952 (“Actual Turnpike Work In Toledo Area To Start Early In 1953”)
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Toledo Blade, January 7, 1953 (“Municipal Clerk In Maumee Acquires ‘A Few Extra Jobs’ Unlisted On Ballot”)
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Toledo Blade, February 16, 1953 ( “Waynesfield Twp. Holds Brief Life Each 2 Years”)
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Toledo Blade, August 16, 1953 (“Reshuffling Of Fire Districts, Largely Done On Paper, Steps up Efficiency”)
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Toledo Blade, October 4, 1953 (“Co-Ed Slaying Gave National Publicity To Wyandot County’s Youthful Sheriff”)
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Toledo Blade, October 25, 1953 (“Township Government Unchanged From Pioneer Times”)
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Toledo Blade, July 25, 1954 (“X-Ray Pipe-Testing Firm Trots Out A Timesaver---Fritzie”)
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Toledo Blade, July 17, 1955 (“Final Work Being Done On Some Pike Sections”)
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Toledo Blade, March 4, 1956 (“Where Does Ten Mile Creek End And Where Does Ottawa River Begin?”)
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Toledo Blade, April 29, 1956 (“Looking For A Remote Hideout?  Try A Rural Mail Route In Ohio”)
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Toledo Blade, July 22, 1956 (“Motorists Finally Sighting Victory In Battle Of Bottlenecks Around Western Edge of Toledo”)
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Toledo Blade, September 30, 1956 (“How 28 Toledo Peace Officers Have Died…In Line Of Duty”)
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Toledo Blade, December 19, 1960 (“Gratitude Warms Hospital Room Of Man Who Gave Church Organs”)
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Toledo Blade, March 19, 1961 (“Division Of Communities’ Income Tax Is Problem”)
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Toledo Blade, November 2, 1961 (“Waterville Voters Face Power Plant Issues Again”)
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Toledo Blade, December 3, 1961 (“Alarm-Spreading Women Get Fireman On Way Fast At Maumee”)
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Toledo Blade, February 4, 1962 (“County Drainage Goes From Bad To Worse”)  
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Toledo Blade, February 25, 1962 (“Blade Efforts Helping End Conant St. Controversy; 4-Lane Highway Possible”)  
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Toledo Blade, April 18, 1962 (“I’ve Heard”)
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Toledo Blade, September 2, 1962 (“History Wins Out Over Autos At Fort Meigs Park”)
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Toledo Blade, December 5, 1962 (“Hard Digging By Reporter Found Error”)  Incomplete.
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Toledo Blade, March 10, 1963 (“Airport Banging Away At Black Menace To Planes”)  
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Toledo Blade, April 21, 1963 (“Wernert’s Corners Nightmare Eased”) 
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Toledo Blade, May 12, 1963 (“Little Street That Wasn’t There Is Problem As Toledo Area Grows”)
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Toledo Blade, June 2, 1963 (“Some Towns Get Mail Only If It’s Sent Elsewhere”)
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Toledo Blade, August 4, 1963 (“Toledo Dirt Streets Found Only In The History Book”)
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Toledo Blade, August 11, 1963 (“Monumental Decisions Nagging At School Board”)
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Toledo Blade, December 15, 1963 (“Police Dispatcher Has Big Following”)  
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Toledo Blade, January 26, 1964 (“2 Detoured Routes Still Temporary After 19 Months At Express Airport”)
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Toledo Blade, April 8, 1964 (“Riots Follow Death Of Pastor In Cleveland Race Protest’ Court Bars Pickets, Work on School”)
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Toledo Blade, April 9, 1964 (“Truce Called In Cleveland School Fight”)
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Toledo Blade, [May 10], 1964 (“Decision Near On Fate Of 17-District Plan For RAD Vocational School”)
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Toledo Blade, May 24, 1964 (“$1.4 Million Span Over Maumee River Expected To Sand Idle For 25 Years”)
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Toledo Blade, November 22, 1964 (“Chances For Public Office Look Bright In Adams Township”)
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Toledo Blade, November 29, 1964 (“Crumbling River Span Beset With Woes Of Age”)
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Toledo Blade, December 20, 1964 (“Harding Twp. Once A Village Created In School Dispute Following Tornado”)
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Toledo Blade, December 27, 1964 (“Adams Twp. Annexation Tolls End For Fire Squad”)
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Toledo Blade, January 3, 1965 (“Penta-County School Born In Cooperation”)
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Toledo Blade, January 24, 1965 (“Lively Legend Of Trilby Faces Spell Of Change”)
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Toledo Blade, February 14, 1965 (“Water Lines Clink, Thump, Gurgle During Night”)
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Toledo Blade, March 7, 1965 (“New Auto Insurance Classifications In Effect; Some Premiums Double”) 
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Toledo Blade, April 4, 1965 (“Toledo Traction Firms Date Back To 1835”)
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Toledo Blade, April 23, 1965 (“Chatter Chills Lawmen To Frivolous Use Of Citizen-Band Radios In Autos”) 
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Toledo Blade, September 5, 1965 (“17,000 Of City’s Public School Children Will Go To Classes In Suburbs”)
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Toledo Blade, January 16, 1966 (“Time Bypasses Old Dixie Highway”)
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Toledo Blade, February 4, 1966 (“What’s The Older Generation Coming To?”)
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Toledo Blade, April 3, 1966 (“Palm Sunday Memories Still Haunt Tornado Victims”)
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Toledo Blade, May 14, 1966 (“Path From Dream To Reality Short For Penta-County”)
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Toledo Blade, May 14, 1966 (“Penta Inspires Similar Schools”)
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Toledo Blade, September 4, 1966 (“The Adams Township Story”)
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Toledo Blade, March 10, 1968 (“Sylvania Recalls Moonshiners As Boon To City”)
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Toledo Blade, March 23, 1968 (“Berkley Left High On Hopes, But Not Too Dry, As Result Of November Vote”)
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Toledo Blade, March 31, 1968 (“All Communities In Area Guaranteed Protection Against Fire, Officials Say”)
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Toledo Blade, April 16, 1968 (“$2 Bill Was Once A Trademark Of Rossford”)
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Toledo Blade, May 13, 1968 (“Educators Hail Rossford Board”)
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Toledo Blade, June 2, 1968 (“100 Subdivisions United By Area Council Pact”)
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Toledo Blade, October 27, 1968 (“Vote For Pat Paulsen Will Be Futile Gesture”)  
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Toledo Blade, October 27, 1968 (“Rivoli, Palace Closings End An Era: The Final Curtain”)
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Toledo Blade, November 17, 1968 (“Perrysburg Growth Outlook Good, But Opposition To Sound Zoning Could Blunt Orderly Expansion”)
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Toledo Blade, November 24, 1968 (“New Bypass Belies Axioms About Time, Distance”) 
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Toledo Blade, 1969 (“Onetime ‘Boy Mayor’ Of Sylvania Retiring As Dean Of Suburban Chiefs”)
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Toledo Blade, January 14, 1969 (“7,000 Flee Lima Homes As Oil From Pipeline Invades Sewers; Blast Damages Treatment Plant”)
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Toledo Blade, June 15, 1969 (“Parade Watchers Answer Sirens’ Call In Napoleon”) 
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Toledo Blade, August 3, 1969 (“Sylvania Twp. Fire Chief Genuine ‘Fireball’ Organizer, Conventioneer”)
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Toledo Blade, August 30, 1969 (“Bus Patrons In Tizzy Over New Schedule”) 
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Toledo Blade, September 14, 1969 (“Slain Girl’s Mother Believes Case ‘Messed Up’”)
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Toledo Blade, September 21, 1969 (“Silver Creek Flooding Blamed On 10-Year-Old Mistake”) 
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Toledo Blade, January 20, 1970 (“Halting Of Screaming Fire Truck In Midrun Can Be Explained Through No-Smoke Signals”)
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Toledo Blade, March 29, 1970 (“Genesis Of Regional Problem Solving”)
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Toledo Blade, June 20, 1970 (“Area Tribes Gather For Powwow”)
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Toledo Blade, July 12, 1970 (“Fire Buffs, Others Mourn End Of No. 4 Station”)
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Toledo Blade, August 30, 1970 (“The Big Walk Across Big Mac”)
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The Blade, September 20, 1970 (“Village of Grand Rapids Urged as Living Museum”)
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Toledo Blade, January 24, 1971 (“30-Cent Bargain Offered Tourist In New Orleans”)
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Toledo Blade, March 28, 1971 (“Do-It-Yourself Mechanic Offered Haven”)
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Toledo Blade, May 23, 1971 (“Sylvania Indebted To Olander For Park Sides”)
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Toledo Blade, September 5, 1971 (“Old, Helpless Safer Through Toledoan’s Efforts”)
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Toledo Blade, November 28, 1971 (“Fire Prevention Officials Retiring; Work Won Bureau Wide Recognition
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Toledo Blade, June 4, 1972 (“Malls All-Purpose Places”)
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Toledo Blade, July 23, 1972 (“Days When Interurban Cars Sped Along Tracks To Final Stops Recalled By Former Conductor”)
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Toledo Blade, October 22, 1972 (“Arcade Scene Abandoned As Test Of New Glasses”)
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Toledo Blade, March 1, 1973 (“Misty Eyes Watch As Auction Gavel Sounds End Of An Era At Tiedtke’s”)
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Toledo Blade, April 8, 1973 (“Lake Erie Victims Not Alone In Their Misery As Mississippi, Tributaries Flood Wide Area”)
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Toledo Blade, November 18, 1973 (“They Came And Went On 4 Gallons Of Gas”)
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Toledo Blade, April 12, 1976 (“People Get Mail---Dogs Get Meal”)  
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Toledo Blade, July 10, 1976 (“Sheriff’s Offices Aren’t Much Like Home, Former Residents Say”)  
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Toledo Blade, May 19, 1977 (“Pantheon’s Screen Goes Dark For Final Time As Last Picture Show In Downtown Is Closed”)
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Toledo Blade, August 29, 1977 (“TU Historian Brings Toledo’s Past Together”)
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Toledo Blade, February 3, 1978 (“Blade Publishes Despite Blizzard”)
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Toledo Blade, February 5, 1978 (“This Year’s Blizzard Was The Biggie”)
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Toledo Blade, January 2, 1978 (“Return To School Opens Door On Area History”)
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Toledo Blade, May 11, [1978] (“Revival To Be Held For Town That Never Was”)
2
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Toledo Blade, June 7, 1981 (“Cities Services’ Top Executive Forsook Toledo Soda Counter”)
2
35
Toledo Blade, August 9, 1981 (“Once-Popular Downtown Meeting Spot Falling Under Wrecker’s Ball”)
2
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Toledo Blade, January 3, 1982 (“Savannah Profits From Waterville’s Loss”)
2
36
Toledo Blade, February 7, 1982 (“Dinosaur Fancier Catches Big Error”)
2
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Toledo Blade, March 27, 1982 (“Bob-Lo Island Excursions Proposed From Toledo To Detroit River Area”)
2
36
Toledo Blade, May 3, 1982 (“Man Reunited With Silent Boyhood Friend”)
2
36
Toledo Blade, July 25, 1982 (“Beer In Ohio Is Changing In Eyes Of The Law”)
2
36
Toledo Blade, January 13, 1983 (“Amelia Earhart Marked Toledo”)
2
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Toledo Blade, February 13, 1983 (“Auto Industry Pioneer Still Active At 93 As Agency’s Car Salesman”)
2
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Toledo Blade, April 4, 1988 (“Thursday Red Letter Day For Drinker’s”)
2
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Toledo Blade, May 22, 1983 (“Movie Locations May Or May Not Be For Real”)
2
36
Toledo Blade, May 30, 1983 (“East Toledo Club Paying Tribute To The Man Behind Pearson Park”)
2
36
Toledo Blade, May 31, 1983 (“Meredith’s Pastries Now Just A Memory”)
2
36
Toledo Blade, June 28, 1983 (“Council Met In Loft In Holland’s ‘Hay Day’”)
2
36
Toledo Blade, August 1, 1983 (“Slippery Cyril, The Sea Lion, Unites Toledoans, Canadians”) 
2
36
Toledo Blade, August 21, 1983 (“Valentine Theater Survives Toledo’s Rialto”)
2
36
Toledo Blade, December 8, 1983 (“Western Union Plans To Move Control Center”)
2
36
Toledo Blade, December 24, 1983 (“Prohibition’s End Let Holiday ‘Cheer’ Flow”)
2
36
Toledo Blade, October 27, 1983 (VA’s Dun Notes Outspace Reason’s For $8.70 Bill”)
2
36
Toledo Blade, December 30, 1983 (“Macy’s Central Aisle A Well-Traveled Path”)
2
36
Toledo Blade, February 13, 1984 (“Small Phone Systems Not Just Ding-A-Ling Companies Any More”)
2
36
Toledo Blade, May 17, 1984 (“Magic Of Tiedtke’s May Be Recaptured”)
2
36
Toledo Blade, May 27, 1984 (“Auto-Lite Strike Remembered”)
2
36
Toledo Blade, June 1, 1984 (Letter To The Editor- Memorable Strike”)
2
36
Toledo Blade, June 7, 1984 (“Gambling? Heavens! Just Pool, Pop---And The Price Of Eggs”)
2
36
Toledo Blade, July 4, 1984 (“Leisure Gives Life To All Ages”)
2
36
Toledo Blade, July 10, 1984 (“Coleman-Brown Search Recalls Earlier Manhunts”)
2
36
Toledo Blade, July 28, 1984 (“Letter To The Editor---Franklin Field Flier”)
2
36
Toledo Blade, August 1, 1984 (“Military Reserve Center Planned Near Rossford”)
2
36
Toledo Blade, October 21, 1984 (“Municipal Golf Courses Surrounded With History”)
2
36
Toledo Blade, October 21, 1984 (“Jermain: Kaleidoscopic Civic Figure”)
2
36
Toledo Blade, November 7, 1984 (“Crime-Stopper Evaluated After 3 Years”)
2
36
Toledo Blade, February 10, 1985 (“Gala For Blade, Readers”)
2
36
Toledo Blade, February 16, 1985 (“New Rail Executive Is Welcomed To Hometown”)  
2
36
Toledo Blade, March 18, 1985 (“Gems Of Theater’s Glory Days Found”)
2
36
Toledo Blade, April 29, 1985 (“Westmoreland Residents Seek Historic Listing”)
2
36
Toledo Blade, May 15, 1985 (“Colleges Welcome New Signs”)
2
36
Toledo Blade, June 4, 1985 (“Arawanna Queen Trip Recalls Era Of Streamers”) 
2
36
Toledo Blade, June 22, 1985 (“Little Sisters Chapter Observes 100 Years”)
2
36
Toledo Blade, June 30, 1985 (“Sword, Newspaper Share Assets”)
2
36
Toledo Blade, June 30, 1985 (“Blade Discovers Its Birthday, Thanks To Bookseller”)
2
36
Toledo Blade, July 5, 1985 (“City Installs Help Boxes Downtown”)
2
36
Toledo Blade, July 29, 1985 (“Department Store Diners Discover Times Changed”) 
2
36
Toledo Blade, August 9, 1985 (“Ursuline-Manse Property Being Sold To Arts Group”)
2
36
Toledo Blade, November 21, 1985 (“Farm Industry Stretches Into City, Group Told”)
2
36
Toledo Blade, December 22, 1985 (“Surprises Heighten Fully-Guided, 14-Day Tour Of Europe”)
2
36
Toledo Blade, December 24, 1985 (“Efforts To Develop Arrowhead Park’s Final Section OK’d”)
2
36
Toledo Blade, February 3, 1986 (“Celebrating Peach Section”)
2
36
Toledo Blade, March 11, 1986 (“Thousands In Area Spend ‘Golden Years’ At Work” 
2
36
Toledo Blade, January 12, 1986 (“How Toledo Doubled Territory”)
5
1
The Blade, August 4, 1965 (“Police Radio Operators Attend BGSU Seminar”)
5
2
The Blade, July 18, 1974 (“3 Counties Join COG; Disagreement Persists”)
5
2
The Blade, May 7, 1975 (Sesqui-Spot: “Tiedtke’s Falls Victim to Fire in its Final Days”)
5
2
The Blade, July 7, 1979 (“County’s Mutual-Aid System ‘Saved Skin,’ Fire Chief Says”)
2
36
The Blade, January 27, 1986 (“Builders Discover Tunnels Used During Prohibition”)
2
36
The Blade, March 13, 1986 (“Parking Demand May Bring End To Home Near TU”) 
2
36
The Blade, April 27, 1986 (“Artist Brings Characters To Life In Children’s Books”)
2
36
The Blade, June 9, 1986 (“A Penny Romance”)
2
36
The Blade, July 9, 1986 (“Saga Of Cyril The Sea Lion To Be Recalled”)
2
36
The Blade, August 10, 1986 (“Hotel Floats Into Adventure”)
2
36
The Blade, August 21, 1986 (“Fire Group Takes Look At Its Past”)
2
36
The Blade, October 6, 1986 (“Collegian Reunion”)
2
36
The Blade, November 11, 1986 (“Last Wails Of Sirens Bring End To An Era”)
2
36
The Blade, January 2, 1987 (“Ohio Bell Cuts Repair Fee, But Option Available”)
2
36
The Blade, January 7, 1987 (“It’s Toledo’s 150th Birthday 1837-1987”)
2
36
The Blade, February 1, 1987 (“Severe Weather Warnings Top Weather Service Concerns List”)
2
36
The Blade, February 4, 1987 (“New District Fire Chief Follows Father’s Steps”) 
2
36
The Blade, February 15, 1987 (“Climbing Through The Alps Via Swiss Railway”) 
2
36
The Blade, February 19, 1987 (“Austria Native Brings Homeland Here”)
2
36
The Blade, April 9, 1987 (“Penta Schools Superintendent To Retire In July”)
2
36
The Blade, April 13, 1987 (“Long Wait Ends As Work Begins In Buckeye Basin”)
2
36
The Blade, April 17, 1987 (“Magna Carta Copy Impresses Crowd”)
2
36
The Blade, April 20, 1987 (“Student Mourns Razing Of Adams Township Hall”)
2
36
The Blade, May 2, 1987 (“Can Can Operation Is Crushingly Successful”)
2
36
The Blade, June 6, 1987 (“2 Cling For Life As Boat Upsets Near Luna Pier”)
2
36
The Blade, June 7, 1987 (“Weather Dampens Enthusiasm At Pool Reopening”)
2
36
The Blade, June 11, 1987 (“Whitehouse Likely Host For Firemen”)
2
36
The Blade, June 30, 1987 (“Whitehouse Officials Confident Village Can Be A Good Host”)
2
36
The Blade, July 13, 1987 (“1st Glengarry Clubhouse Destroyed By 1939 Blaze”) 
2
36
The Blade, July 24, 1987 (“Fun-Filled Days Just Fly, Super Lotto Winner Finds”) 
2
36
The Blade, August 24, 1987 (“German-Americans Raise Tent In Advance Of Toasts”)
2
36
The Blade, September 1, 1987 (“Assistant Prosecutor Solves ‘The Old Safe’ Mystery”)
2
36
The Blade, September 3, 1987 (“Labor Day Fun To Include Parade, Art, Fireworks, Regatta, Music, Football”)
2
36
The Blade, September 10, 1987 (“United Way Campaign Says Go For The Gold”)
2
36
The Blade, September 12, 1987 (“Renovation Plan For Valentine Offered”)
2
36
The Blade, September 22, 1987 (“Heading For Scene Of The Action”)
2
36
The Blade, September 29, 1987 (“Gun Safety Worries Chief”)
2
36
The Blade, October 8, 1987 (“East Toledo Pumper Crew Is 14th Busiest In U.S.”)
2
36
The Blade, October 13, 1987 (“Zepf Center Offers New Housing Project”)
2
36
The Blade, October 17, 1987 (“Trip Into Friendly Skies Shows New Approach”)
2
36
The Blade, October 20, 1987 (“Holy Matrimony! Move Means Faster Service”) 
2
36
The Blade, October 21, 1987 (“Memorial Hall Plaques Given New Life”) 
2
36
The Blade, October 27, 1987 (“Chief Is Latest Rung On Taylor Fire Ladder”)
2
36
The Blade, October 28, 1987 (“Chief Says Testing Left Fire Division Understaffed During Fatal Accident”)
2
36
The Blade, October 31, 1987 (“Little John’s Closing A Big Loss For Diner”)
2
36
The Blade, November 2, 1987 (“Underground Gasoline Tanks Pose Problems, State Fire Marshal Says”)
2
36
The Blade, November 3, 1987 (“Sylvania Woman $6 Million Winner”)
2
36
The Blade, November 6, 1987 (“Retiring Chief Looks Back On Long Career”)  
2
36
The Blade, November 12, 1987 (“Rep. Kaptur Plans Legislation To Build World War II Memorial In Washington”)
2
36
The Blade, November 15, 1987 (“Arson Suspected In Fire At Farm Co-op”)
2
36
The Blade, November 17, 1987 (“Kaye Lani Sees Friends, Patients At St. Vincent”)
5
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The Blade, November 17, 1987 (“Miss America Visits Friends, Patients During Tour of St. Vincent to Film Service Announcement”)
2
36
The Blade, November 24, 1987 (“Ceremony To Dedicate Springfield’s New Gym”)
2
36
The Blade, November 26, 1987 (“Modern Telephones Dial Out Friendly Prefixes Of Past”)
2
36
The Blade, December 5, 1987 (“DeVilbiss Co.’s ‘Chapel’ To Be Razed, Firm Says”)
2
36
The Blade, December 15, 1987 (“Springfield School Board Awards Contracts For $4 Million Remodeling, Expansion Project”)
2
36
The Blade, December 22, 1987 (“70 Courses At Sylvania Center Go From Psychic Arts To SATs”)
2
36
The Blade, December 22, 1987 (“Ottawa Hills’ Chief Yeager To Wind Up His Fire Career”)
2
36
The Blade, December 24, 1987 (“Kids, Holiday Trimmings Can Spell Fire Hazard”)
2
36
The Blade, December 29, 1987(“Law Bans Standing On Rear Of Trucks”)
2
37
The Blade, January 9, 1988 (“Suburbanites Alerted To Toledo Tax Refund”)
2
37
The Blade, January 14, 1988 (“Foot Traffic Causes Jam At Downtown Car Show”)
2
37
The Blade, January 16, 1988 (“Balloon Floats 800 Miles, Links Easter, Christmas”)
2
37
The Blade, January 23, 1988 (“Infant Versus Believer Baptism Called ‘Sticky Wicket” Facing World Council”)
2
37
The Blade, January 30, 1988 (“Ways To Meet Priest Shortage Pondered”)
2
37
The Blade, February 6, 1988 (“Augsburg Lutheran Members Provide Popcorn For Old Folks Home Residents”)
2
37
The Blade, February 7, 1988 (“New Radio System, Station, Trucks, Fire Fighters: All in ‘88”)
2
37
The Blade, February 13, 1988 (“Congregation To Honor Author Of Church History”)
2
37
The Blade, February 20 , 1988 (“Clowning Around Has Serious Goal For Nun From Sandusky”)
2
37
The Blade, February 27, 1988 (“Churches Join In Providing Free Rides To Elderly Requiring Medical Services”)
2
37
The Blade, March 5, 1988 (“United Methodist Church Announces Administrative Leadership Changes”)
2
37
The Blade, March 12, 1988 (“Euclid Avenue UM Church Preserving Heritage Of Priceless Stained Glass”)
2
37
The Blade, March 19, 1988 (“Immanuel Lutheran Set To Mark Its 100th Year”)
2
37
The Blade, March 22, 1988 (“Central Catholic Seeks To Park Auto Problem”)
2
37
The Blade, March 25, 1988 (“Ex-minister Now Preaches Gospel Of East Toledo Jobs, Development”)
2
37
The Blade, March 29, 1988 (“Craig Bridge Crews Miss Deadline Again, But End Is In Sight”)
2
37
The Blade, April 4, 1988 (“Toledo Recalls The Shock Of King’s Death”)
2
37
The Blade, April 11, 1988 (“Seamstress’ 100 Years Laced With Jobs, Baseball”)
2
37
The Blade, April 12, 1988 (“Pay-As-You-Go Plan For Genoa Sanitary Sewers Sent To EPA”)
2
37
The Blade, April 19, 1988 (“Bedford Board Buys $80,000 In Textbooks”)
2
37
The Blade, April 19, 1988 (“County Optimistic Pools To Open On Memorial Day”)
2
37
The Blade, April 19, 1988 (“$41,000 Boat Ramp Rebuilding Project Under Way At Rossford’s Veterans Park”)
2
37
The Blade, April 19, 1988 (“Rossford Pupils Get Theater Bug”)
2
37
The Blade, April 26, 1988 (“Northwood Schools To Offer Teachers Seminars On Trauma”)
2
37
The Blade, April 27, 1988 (“Mock Traffic Accident Graphic For Students”)
2
37
The Blade, April 27, 1988 (“Masonic Parade, Festival Billed As Family Outing”)
2
37
The Blade, April 30, 1988 (“Philippine Ambassador To U.S. Says His Country Shows Democracy Works”)
2
37
The Blade, May 3, 1988 (“For This Talented Teen, Success Getting Complex”)
2
37
The Blade, May 4, 1988 (“Dairy’s Barn May Become Police Stable”)
2
37
The Blade, May 5, 1988 (“Fishery Unit Seeks Pollutant Tests”)
2
37
The Blade, May 9, 1988 (“Tiny Computer Makes It Easy To Read Meters”)
2
37
The Blade, May 11, 1988 (“Under The Small Top”)
2
37
The Blade, May 14, 1988 (“Court Backs Decision Upsetting Findlay Teacher Drug-Use Rulers”)
2
37
The Blade, May 16, 1988 (“Man Leaves ‘Golden Years’ To Others In Seneca County”)
2
37
The Blade, May 16, 1988 (“Officials Hoping Signs Will Yield Pedestrian Safety”)
2
37
The Blade, May 21, 1988 (“In Van Wert, New Pool Makes A Splash”)
2
37
The Blade, June 3, 1988 (“Long-Awaited Recruits Set To Join Fire Division”)
2
37
The Blade, June 11, 1988 (“Divinity Lutheran To Mark 75th Year”)
2
37
The Blade, June 15, 1988 (“Fire Fighters To Convene In Whitehouse”)
2
37
The Blade, June 15, 1988 (“10,000 Fire Fighters To Meet In Whitehouse”)
2
37
The Blade, June 18, 1988 (“Presbytery Will Consider Executive Appointment”)
2
37
The Blade, June 18, 1988 (“Whitehouse Greets Fire Fighters”)
2
37
The Blade, June 25, 1988 (“Parishioners Show Retiring Minister He Will Be Missed”)
2
37
The Blade, July 8, 1988 (“Post Office Lockbox Business Booms Despite Increase In Fees”)
2
37
The Blade, July 12, 1988 (“Official Helps Sylvania Grow”)
2
37
The Blade, July 12, 1988 (“Page Grandson Collects Memorabilia From Dairy”)
2
37
The Blade, July 19, 1988 (“Councilman Proposes Lengthening Term Of Office Of Mayor Of Oregon To Four Years”)
2
37
The Blade, July 26, 1988 (“Walbridge, Lake Seeking Methods To Share Expenses”) 
2
37
The Blade, July 27, 1988 (“Paramount Staff Recalls Spit And Polish Of Past”)
2
37
The Blade, August 2, 1988 (“Safety Sessions”)
2
37
The Blade, August 2, 1988 (“Fire Fighters Learning New Names For Trucks”)
2
37
The Blade, August 3, 1988 (Phone Call Reunites Twin Brother, Sister”)
2
37
The Blade, August 9, 1988 (“Contracts Awarded For Utilities Building”)
2
37
The Blade, August 12, 1988 (“Family Tree In Henry County Has 185 Feet Of Roots”)
2
37
The Blade, August 13, 1988 (“Firehouse Empty? Check Backyard”)
2
37
The Blade, August 16, 1988 (“After 21 Years, Addition Gives Library Some Breathing Room”)
2
37
The Blade, August 20, 1988 (“Ex-Sergeant Keeps Supply Lines Open To Needy As St. Vincent De Paul Chief”)
2
37
The Blade, August 27, 1988 (“Little Country Church Has Big Heart”)
2
37
The Blade, August 29, 1988 (“Visiting Canadian Leader Discusses Differences In Government Structure”)
2
37
The Blade, September 3, 1988 (“Why Wait 15 Years To Celebrate Ohio’s Bicentennial?”)
2
37
The Blade, September 9, 1988 (“Toledo Edison Wins Corporate Bee”)
2
37
The Blade, September 12, 1988 (“Fire Fighters Watching Blaze From Afar Not Skirting Duty”)
2
37
The Blade, September 12, 1988 (“Boyer To Strike New Note With First Concert”)
2
37
The Blade, September 20, 1988 (“New Rescue Vehicle Serves Dual Purpose”)
2
37
The Blade, September 20, 1988 (“Board Hears Search Plan For Schools Chief”)
2
37
The Blade, September 27, 1988 (“Lost Houdini Crystal Ball Reappears For 3 Brothers”)
2
37
The Blade, September 27, 1988 (“Jeffrey Ballmer Keeps The Streets Clean, Water Flowing In Sylvania”)
2
37
The Blade, October 7, 1988 (“City Collects $167 In Pilot Recycling Run”)
2
37
The Blade, October 10, 1988 (“5 Handicapped Athletes To Compete In Seoul”)
2
37
The Blade, October 11, 1988 (“Workers Again Routed From Ohio Bell Offices”)
2
37
The Blade, October 13, 1988 (“New Wings”)
2
37
The Blade, October 14, 1988 (“Drug-Abuse Program To Aid LMHA Residents”)
2
37
The Blade, October 15, 1988 (“Reach Kids Before They Reach Jail, Official Says”)
2
37
The Blade, October 15, 1988 (“After 40 Years, Man Comes Out Of Hiding”)
2
37
The Blade, October 18, 1988 (“Ford And UAW Tout ‘Good Things’ At Stamping”) 
2
37
The Blade, October 19, 1988 (“No Catch: City Puts Frisbees To Work”)
2
37
The Blade, October 21, 1988 (“Cruise Line Picks Toledo As Home Port”)
2
37
The Blade, October 22, 1988 (“Quilter Cites Need To Face Turn-Off On Political Front”)
2
37
The Blade, October 25, 1988 (“Sylvania Teacher Educator Of Year”)
2
37
The Blade, October 26, 1988 (“Vietnam Memorial Replica On Display”)
2
37
The Blade, October 27, 1988 (“In Old Orchard, Trash Turns To Cash”)
2
37
The Blade, November 7, 1988 (“Boy Scouts Plan Food Collection For Area Needy”)
2
37
The Blade, November 10, 1988 (“Events To Commemorate 1918 Armistice”)
2
37
The Blade, November 11, 1988 (“Our George---Namesake Of President-Elect Copes With Name”)
2
37
The Blade, November 14, 1988 (“Volunteers Busy At Idle Time Club”)
2
37
The Blade, November 17, 1988 (“New Monroe Sheriff’s An Old Hand”)
2
37
The Blade, November 21, 1988 (“Need A School Official? Call Retiree Rent-An-Exec”)
2
37
The Blade, November 25, 1988 (“Bosses Getting A Chance To Clown Around”)
2
37
The Blade, November 26, 1988 (“Canton Street Church Building To Be Vacated First Time In 106 Years”)
2
37
The Blade, December 6, 1988 (“Whiteford Township Supervisor Still Enjoys His Job 15 Years Later”)
2
37
The Blade, December 7, 1988 (“Old Newsboys Prepare For Charity Fund Drive”) 
2
37
The Blade, December 8, 1988 (“Fall Foliage To Be Turned To Green Grass By 1990”)
2
37
The Blade, December 9, 1988 (“Former Sheriff Set To Auction Old Jail”)
2
37
The Blade, December 13, 1988 (“Students Get To Raise The Roof”)
2
37
The Blade, December 15, 1988 (“Church Hit By Fire Was To Up Insurance”)
2
37
The Blade, December 16, 1988 (“Students Help Outfox Trapper, Release Animal”)
2
37
The Blade, December 16, 1988 (“Toledo Woman Marks Century Of Life, Hard Work”)
2
37
The Blade, December 19, 1988 (“Fireman Freddy Snuffs 27-Year Career”)
2
37
The Blade, December 27, 1988 (“Village Council Adopts Penalties For False Alarms”)
5
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The Blade, April 25, 1990 (“Old Store Soon to be Just a Sweet Memory”)
2
37
The Blade, August 12, 1990 (“Al Jardine’s UT Connection”)
5
3
The Blade, November 28, 1990 (“Lagrange Street Named for Lafayette’s Home”)
2
37
The Blade, January 2, 1991 ("Veler Road Was Named For Early Area Settlers")
2
37
The Blade, January 9, 1991 ("Hopewell History Varied")
2
37
The Blade, January 9, 1991 ("Origin Of Hopewell Tough To Determine")
2
37
The Blade, January 9, 1991 ("Hopewell Corners Has Connection To Area's Early Settler's)
2
37
The Blade, July 3, 1991 ("Avenue Named For Prominent S. Toledoan")
2
37
The Blade, November 6, 1991 ("Shooters Hill Name Found In London")
2
37
The Blade, November 13, 1991 ("Winslows Came To Area In 1818")
2
37
The Blade, February 5, 1992 ("Rue Moo---Upton Avenue Started Out As Path For Cows")
2
37
The Blade, February 5, 1992 ("Upton Avenue Began As A Cow Path---Rue Moo")
5
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The Blade, March 18, 1992 (“Split Personality---Superior Street or Dixie Highway? It Depends Which Way You’re Going”) 
2
37
The Blade, April 29, 1992 ("What's In A Name? Streets Reflect E. Toledo's History")
5
3
The Blade, August 26, 1993 (“The Tragic ‘Dead Man’s Crossing’”)
5
3
The Blade, October 2, 1993 (“When Lunch was 15 Cents”)
5
3
The Blade, June 6, 1994 (“Toledo Flexed its Industrial Muscle to Help Win War”)
2
37
The Blade, November 20, 1994 ("Football And Turkey For Thanksgiving") 
5
3
The Blade, August 13, 1995 (“Toledo Provided Tools of War”)
    Subseries B: Publications
2
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Historical Calendars, 1984 & 1995
5
4
Echoes Newsletter, October/November 1999
2
39
Newsletters and Journals, 1944-1980
2
40
“Ohio Fire Chiefs, 1987 Roster”
2
41
Programs, Pamphlets and Brochures, 1923, 1939, 1972, 1978, 1980s
2
42
Souvenir Books, 1887-1928
3
8
Souvenir Books II, 1837-1999
3
9
Scott High School Graduation, 1932, n.d. various 
     
    S4. Photographs
2
43
Buildings, n.d., [1890’s], 1896, 1915, 1962, 1967 & 1980
5
5
Buildings, 1980, 1984, n.d.
3
11
Disasters, n.d.
2
44
Houses, n.d., 1930
2
45
Industry, n.d., 1893, 1925 & 1955
2
46
People, n.d., 1908, 1916, 1937, 1953, 1955, 1959 & 1985
5
6
People, 1980, 1988, n.d.
6
1
Personal Scrapbook of John Grigsby (contains photographs and articles)
2
47
Postcards, 1906-1911 & 1914
5
7
Postcards, n.d.
2
48
Public Transportation, n.d., [1890’s], 1937 & 1946
2
49
Streets, n.d., 1900, [1914], 1922-1923, 1925-1931, [1937], 1942 & 1946
3
10
Streets, n.d., 1909, 1919, 1922, 1929, [1930s], 1931, 1953
5
8
Streets, 1980
2
50
Toledo Aerials, n.d., 1925, 1964-1965, 1967-1968 & 1978
5
9
Toledo Aerials, 1978, n.d.
2
51
Trains & Boats, n.d., 1910 & 1937
5
10
Trucks, Boats & Vehicles, 1918, 1976, 1979-1980, n.d.
2
52
Various, n.d., 1928 & [1935]
3
12
Miscellaneous, n.d., 1950, 1968, 1978
5
11
Miscellaneous, 1980, n.d.

 

 

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