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Oh, Toledo: 1909

Oh, Toledo: 1909

Toledo circa 1909. "Produce Exchange and Ohio Building, Madison Avenue at St. Clair." 8x10 inch glass negative, Detroit Publishing Co. View full size.


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The horseless carriage appears to be a 1902 Model B White steamer.

All gone now except buildings in distant left

The Ohio Building at 420 Madison Ave. stands left of the star of this Shorpy photo. Built in 1895, it still looks quite healthy and serves mainly as an office building. It houses the City of Toledo Department of Public Utilities as well as a bank branch and a large coffee shop on the ground floor.

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When you get to the 2nd floor, just follow the arrows.

Is it me?

Or is the right side of building a different material?

[The presence of the scaffold would appear to have some relevance. -tterrace]

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