Holy Toledo History
Episode 5: Take a Deep Dive into Local History

Episode 5: Take a Deep Dive into Local History

January 11, 2020

Join us for a deep dive into local maritime history with Carrie Sowden, Archaeologist, Ellen Kennedy, Education and Visitor Experience Director, and Kate Fineske, Communications and Development Director from the National Museum of the Great Lakes, here in Toledo.

For more information about the National Museum of the Great Lakes, check out www.nmgl.org.  To reach any of our guests, click on the Contacts page for more information.

Music Production and Audio Engineering provided by Amadeus Audio Productions

Episode 4: Celebration of the Libbey House Accessibility Project

Episode 4: Celebration of the Libbey House Accessibility Project

November 2, 2019

The Ability Center and Libbey House Foundation hosted a ribbon cutting on October 30, 2019 to celebrate the Libbey House full restoration and accessibility project. The Libbey House was the site of Opportunity Kindergarten, a school for children with disabilities operated by the Toledo Society for Crippled Children, now called The Ability Center. In 2020, The Ability Center will mark a century of service for people with disabilities in the greater Toledo area. Our podcast includes interviews with several of the people responsible for this historic project.

Episode 3: The Rich History of Woodlawn Cemetery

Episode 3: The Rich History of Woodlawn Cemetery

September 27, 2019

Join us for a fascinating discussion of Toledo's Woodlawn Cemetery. Patty Toneff, Foundation Director of Woodlawn visits the Holy Toledo History Podcast to discuss one of the nation's finest examples of the Rural Cemetery Movement. From trees, to birding to local history, Woodlawn has it all! For more information on Woodlawn Cemetery, check out www.historic-woodlawn.com.  To reach our guest, Patty Toneff, email her at patty.toneff@historic-woodlawn.com.

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Episode 2: The Willard-Dempsey Heavyweight Championship

Episode 2: The Willard-Dempsey Heavyweight Championship

August 21, 2019

Jimmy Breslin once wrote that the roaring twenties were born in Toledo, Ohio on July 4, 1919 with the Willard-Dempsey Heavyweight Championship. Join us as we explore the myths and legends behind one of the biggest sporting events in Toledo history with Peter Schmidt of the Toledo History Museum.  

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Episode 1: Brian Reagan from Brickhouse Partners, Ltd.

Episode 1: Brian Reagan from Brickhouse Partners, Ltd.

July 22, 2019

Join us as we learn about the timeless beauty of U.S. patent art. Brian Reagan and his wife, P.J. have been brightening homes and offices with unique and historical patent art since 2008.  Check out their story. To learn more about Brickhouse Partners and their work with U.S. patent art, visit them at https://www.bhpltdohio.com/.

Music Production and Audio Engineering provided by Amadeus Audio Productions

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