INTRODUCTION

VIDEO

CAROUSEL

EXHIBITS

RESOURCES

CREDITS


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Exhibition Video
A short video summarizing the history behind Toledo and its global connections
Exhibit Case 1
Introduction, including the Articles of Incorporation of Toledo (1837) and Toledo University (1876)
Exhibit Case 2
Exhibits related to influential and well-traveled Toledoans
Exhibit Case 3
Exhibits related to Edward and Florence Libbey, the Toledo Museum of Art, Betty Mauk, and Adam Grant
Exhibit Case 4
Exhibits related to the formation of the United Nations and the Toledo United Nations Association
Exhibit Case 5
Exhibits related to the Greenland expeditions of former University of Toledo president, William S. Carlson, former US ambassador Foy D. Kohler, and renowned wrestling coach Joseph Scalzo
Exhibit Case 6
This case includes items from World War I and II as well as the Spanish-American War.
Exhibit Case 7
This exhibit case displays an Army Class A uniform, a suitcase, map, and a military compass
Exhibit Case 8
This case includes items from the involvement of several Toledoans in World War II (including Carl Joseph and Stephen Pecsenye), specifically including the China-Burma-India campaign.
West Wall Exhibits
This section of the exhibition area displays a banner, anniversary posters, and gift swords related to the cultural exchange between the Toledos of Spain and Ohio.
Exhibit Case 9
This exhibit includes photographs, magazines, and other literature related to the cultural exchange activities on the University of Toledo campus, including those of the Confucius Institute and the International Student Association.
Exhibit Case 10
This case primarily contains material on loan from Toledo Sister Cities International, a member of the non-profit Sister Cities International organization which aims to enrich communities by fostering international cooperation.
Exhibit Case 11
This case contains mostly material from two prominent cultural organizations in Toledo, the Association of Two Toledos and Toledo Sister Cities International.
Exhibit Case 12
This case contains material that focuses on another cultural organization in the Toledo area, the Toledo Turners.
Exhibit Case 13
This case primarily contains material on loan from Toledo Sister Cities International, but contains some material related to the Alliance Francaise of Toledo, which holds programs on French culture in the Toledo area.
Exhibit Case 14
The photographs and promotional items in this case represent the worldwide reach of influential manufacturing companies Dana, Toledo Scale, and Champion Spark Plug.
Exhibit Case 15
The photographs, advertisements, and other items in this case represent the worldwide reach of influential manufacturing companies Owens-Illinois, Owens Corning, Libbey Glass, and Jeep.

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