- Author:William D. Speck
- Publisher:Arcadia Publishing; 1st edition (December 10, 2001)
- Pages:159 pages
- Subcategory:Photography & Video
- FB2 format1868 kb
- ePUB format1808 kb
- DJVU format1471 kb
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Toledo: A History in Architecture 1914 to Century's End (OH) (Images of America) by William Speck Paperback . Author William Speck attended Miami University and received his Masters degree from Columbia University in Preservation Architecture.
Only 7 left in stock (more on the way). He has been collecting photographs of Old Toledo for over 20 years.
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William D. Speck (2002). Toledo: A History in Architecture, 1890-1914 - Images of America". Retrieved 2013-01-22. php?title Toledo Medical College&oldid 862304198". Categories: Educational institutions disestablished in 1914.
In 1850, Toledo had only 3,800 residents, but the introduction of canals and railroads quadrupled the population. Designated as the new county seat, major public buildings and hotels were built. All of these, as well as David Stine and Edward Fallis, infused Toledo's pride into local landmarks of the past and present, including the Boody House, the Wheeler Opera House, the mansions of Collingwood Avenue, and the churches and breweries that complete Toledo's neighborhoods and downtown. a b "Refurbished King bridge will be a mirror of itself Engineer says". p. 13. Retrieved 2012-05-22.
3. Description this book The last place most 19th-century settlers wanted to move was the swampy, fever- ridden Toledo area. 1835-1890 (Images of America) (William D. Speck ) PDF Free Free Read Read Toledo: A History in Architecture 1835-1890 (Images of America) (William D. Speck ) PDF Free E-Reader Download Read Toledo: A History in Architecture 1835-1890 (Images of America) (William D. Speck ) PDF Free in English.