Toledo, Ohio

What is Toledo, Ohio known for?


architecture international

in glass was constructed in Toledo. It was a building for the Owens-Illinois Glass Company and marked a milestone in architectural design (architecture) representative of the International style (International style (architecture)) of architecture, which was at that time becoming increasingly popular in the US. * The Imagination Station hands-on science museum (formerly COSI Toledo), located in downtown. * The Toledo Lucas County Public Library was 4-star rated for 2009 by the Library Journal, sixth among the biggest spending libraries in the United States. The Spanish citizens worked aboard U.S. ships between 1950 and 1998, and claim that they were exposed to asbestos dust and fibers from piping insulation produced by Owens-Illinois. The piping insulation was originally manufactured in Sayreville (w:Sayreville, New Jersey), Middlesex County (w:Middlesex County, New Jersey), and Berlin (w:Berlin, New Jersey), Camden County (w:Camden County, New Jersey), New Jersey. The workers say they suffer from diseases related to asbestos such as asbestosis (w:Asbestosis). Owens-Illinois has headquarters in Toledo, Ohio (w:Toledo, Ohio) and is a Delaware corporation (w:Delaware corporation).


experimental film

it is known as Springfield High School. The students it serves come from Holland, Sylvania Township, Maumee, Spencer Township, Toledo (Toledo, Ohio), and most of Springfield Township. '''Gregory J. Markopoulos''' (March 12, 1928 - November 12, 1992) was a Greek-American experimental filmmaker. Born in Toledo, Ohio to Greek immigrant parents, Markopoulos began making 8 mm films at an early age. He attended USC Film


news position

(Toledo (Toledo, Ohio)), he accepted a news position at WCMH-TV in Columbus (Columbus, Ohio). '''WNWO-TV''' is the NBC-affiliated television station in Northwest Ohio that is licensed to Toledo (Toledo, Ohio). It broadcasts a high definition (High-definition television) digital signal on UHF channel 49 (virtual channel 24.1) from a transmitter (WNWO tower) northeast of Oregon (Oregon, Ohio). Owned by Barrington Broadcasting, the station has studios


conducting training

, Montreal, and Port Dalhousie before arriving Toledo, Ohio, on 25 June. She remained there for 11 days, open to the public for inspection. Departing on 6 July, she returned to New London, arriving on 20 July, and from there cruised along the East Coast from Halifax to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, conducting training cruises. Departing New London, she sailed for the Philadelphia Navy Yard, where she decommissioned on 30 April 1926. She was struck from the Naval Vessel Register on 18

, and from there cruised along the East Coast from Halifax to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, conducting training cruises. Departing New London, she sailed for the Philadelphia Navy Yard, where she decommissioned on 30 April 1926. She was struck from the Naval Vessel Register on 18 December 1930 and was scrapped in mid-1931. * Phoenix, Arizona - 32,050 (2.4%).


influential top

and crosses into Pennsylvania just east of Conneaut (Conneaut, Ohio). image 200px (Image:CKLW AM.png) area Windsor, Ontario Detroit, Michigan Toledo, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio city Windsor, Ontario It is best known for having been one of the most influential Top 40 stations in the world in the 1960s and 1970s. During this era, CKLW used a very tight Top 40 format known as Boss Radio, devised


rich year

as a control city north of Statesville. Fort Chiswell is an unincorporated town that was chosen because it is the nearest community to I-77's junction with Interstate 81. Levine was born in Toledo, Ohio, and grew up on the Lower East


beauty+professional

and universities These higher education institutions operate campuses in Metro Toledo: *The University of Toledo *Bowling Green State University (Bowling Green (Bowling Green, Ohio)) *Lourdes University (Sylvania, Ohio) *Davis College (Davis College (Toledo, Ohio)) *Mercy College of Ohio *Owens Community College (Perrysburg Township (Perrysburg Township, Ohio)) *Lincoln College of Technology *Toledo Academy of Beauty * Professional Skills Institute Toledo


great black

: www.census.gov geo www gazetteer files Gaz_places_national.txt work United States Census Bureau accessdate January 6, 2013 The city straddles the Maumee River at the southern end of Maumee Bay, the westernmost inlet of Lake Erie. Toledo sits north of what had been the Great Black Swamp, giving rise to another nickname, ''Frog Town.'' An important ecological site, Toledo sits within the borders of a sandy oak savanna called the Oak Openings Region that once took up

the Great Black Swamp, which covered an area between New Haven and present-day Toledo (Toledo, Ohio), Ohio. The route of the old Lincoln Highway east of New Haven follows the southern lakebank of glacial Lake Maumee, a notable geological feature. Woodburn is located adjacent to U.S. Route 24. In 1989, a group of Indiana and Ohio residents met in Woodburn to form the ''Fort to Port Improvement Organization'' to lobby for expansion of the highway between Fort Wayne, Indiana


military version

of Toledo, Ohio formerly a Captain (Captain (United States)) in the Union army during the American Civil War. After producing a prototype he went to the Pratt and Whitney (Pratt & Whitney Measurement Systems) company, who after a year of development produced a military version of the weapon. Saturday Night's Main Event XXVIII October 13, 1990 (taped September 18, 1990) - Toledo, Ohio - Toledo Sports Arena 1999 to 2005, it was owned by Raycom Media . In late-2005, following that company's purchase of The Liberty Corporation, Raycom announced that WPBN would be sold along with another NBC affiliate in the Upper Peninsula, WLUC-TV in Marquette (Marquette, Michigan). The sale was necessary to help meet FCC restrictions on station ownership. On March 27, 2006, Raycom announced that Barrington Broadcasting would acquire twelve Raycom stations, including WPBN. The FCC approved the deal in June 2006 and the finalization took place on August 12. At that point, the station joined WLUC, Saginaw (Saginaw, Michigan)'s NBC affiliate WEYI-TV and (to a degree) Toledo, Ohio's NBC affiliate WNWO-TV as part of Barrington's family of stations in and around Michigan. death_date origin Toledo (Toledo, Ohio), Ohio, United States instrument guitar, bass (Double bass), piano Within WAKR-TV's home state of Ohio, similar situations existed in Dayton (Dayton, Ohio), where stations from Cincinnati and Columbus (Columbus, Ohio) can be received; in Youngstown (Youngstown, Ohio), where residents of that city can receive most Cleveland (including channel 23) and Pittsburgh stations despite having its own network affiliates; Toledo (Toledo, Ohio), where most of the Detroit stations can be received fairly well, and in Zanesville (Zanesville, Ohio), which is approximately sixty miles outside of Columbus and is home to only one station, NBC affiliate WHIZ-TV, which competes with Columbus' NBC station WCMH-TV. '''CFCO''' (630 AM (AM broadcasting) and 92.9 FM (Frequency modulation)) is a news, sports, and country music radio station located in Chatham–Kent, Ontario. The station, owned by London, Ontario-based Blackburn Radio, features a heavy local news commitment. The AM station broadcasts in C-QUAM AM Stereo and has a Night signal that reaches as far northwest as Grand Rapids, Michigan and as far south as Toledo, Ohio and other cities in Northern Ohio along the shores of Lake Erie, as well as a signal that reaches as far east as Metro Toronto. CFCO is owned by Blackburn Radio. Born in Frankfurt, Germany, grew up in Toledo (Toledo, Ohio), Ohio, he moved to New York where he studied acting with Sanford Meisner at the Neighborhood Playhouse. Sandy did stand-up and was part of an improv group that worked clubs in Greenwich Village. He later moved to Los Angeles, becoming an original member of the Los Angeles improv group, The Groundlings. Acting in several comedy films, in particular three Mel Brooks films ''High Anxiety'', ''History of the World: Part 1'' and ''Spaceballs'', he starred in the comedy films ''The Hollywood Knights'' and ''Up the Creek (Up the Creek (1984 film))''. Biography Harmon was born in Toledo, Ohio and raised in Cleveland (Cleveland, Ohio). During World War II, he served as a private in the Army (United States Army). Upon returning, he harbored dreams of becoming a doctor, until he met legendary entertainer Al Jolson. According to Harmon's autobiography, ''The Man Behind the Nose'', Jolson told him, "Being a doctor of medicine is honorable, but you'll touch so many more lives as a doctor of laughter!" ''The Man Behind the Nose'' Book Description at www.harpercollins.com Harmon instead attended the University of Southern California, where he majored in theater and performed in the Spirit of Troy marching band. Out-of-market coverage Over the air, WJW-TV can be easily received in neighboring areas such as Toledo (Toledo, Ohio) and Youngstown, Ohio; Erie, Pennsylvania; and as far north as Kingsville (Kingsville, Ontario), Pelee Island, and Leamington, Ontario. When atmospheric conditions are right, WJW's signal can be picked up as far as Detroit and Windsor, Ontario; during the 2003 North America Blackout, Detroit-area viewers were able to tune in WJW's analog signal, when the blackout silenced adjacent WXYZ-TV (channel 7) and Windsor's CBET (channel 9). ; August 6 :* The Spanish citizens worked aboard U.S. ships between 1950 and 1998, and claim that they were exposed to asbestos dust and fibers from piping insulation produced by Owens-Illinois. The piping insulation was originally manufactured in Sayreville (w:Sayreville, New Jersey), Middlesex County (w:Middlesex County, New Jersey), and Berlin (w:Berlin, New Jersey), Camden County (w:Camden County, New Jersey), New Jersey. The workers say they suffer from diseases related to asbestos such as asbestosis (w:Asbestosis). Owens-Illinois has headquarters in Toledo, Ohio (w:Toledo, Ohio) and is a Delaware corporation (w:Delaware corporation).


speed intelligence

). Brown's players were known for speed, intelligence, and contact; his teams for execution and fundamentals; and he was dubbed "Precision Paul" Park, p. 182 at Ohio State. *Dayton (Dayton, Ohio) (Dayton International Airport) *Toledo (Toledo, Ohio) (Toledo Express Airport) In Indiana, U.S. Route 24 runs east from the Illinois state line to Huntington (Huntington, Indiana). At Huntington, U.S. 24 turns

Toledo, Ohio

'''Toledo''' ( Toledo is in northwest Ohio, on the western end of Lake Erie, and borders the state of Michigan. The city was founded in 1833 on the west bank of the Maumee River, originally incorporated as part of Monroe County, Michigan Territory, then re-founded in 1837, after conclusion of the Toledo War, when it was incorporated in Ohio.

Toledo grew quickly as a result of the Miami and Erie Canal and its position on the railway line between New York and Chicago. It has since become a city well known for its art community, auto assembly, education, healthcare, and local sports teams. The city has also became known for its glass industry which has earned the nickname, "The Glass City".

The population of Toledo

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