Josina Lott and the Lott School

Josina Jones Lott believed that every child, regardless of physical or mental limitations, had ability and could learn. She began Lott Day School in her apartment in September of 1938. Mrs. Lott had seen children turned away from the public schools because parents were told that there was no place for them in the classroom. [Read the complete article]

Related resources:

Josina Lott and the Lott School (slide show)

Josina Jones Lott Collection, 1949-2000, MSS-186 (Canaday Center Finding Aid)


 

The Tower's Lengthening Shadow

As a person grows older and taller in stature, the shadow he casts upon the earth grows longer. His impact on the world becomes more profound as he matures and succeeds. The same can be said of a university. The University of Toledo, created 125 years ago, has grown taller in stature and risen in influence. The shadow cast by its tower has lengthened. [Read the complete article]

Related resources:

The Tower's Lengthening Shadow (slide show)

The tower's lengthening shadow: 125 years of the University of Toledo, by Barbara Floyd (catalog record)

The Blockhouse - Yearbook of the University of Toledo (1922-1985)

 


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