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The History Center started as a limited term project for the City Centennial and has developed into a very good quality local museum to highlight the settlement and development of a rich timber and fishing economy that continues into the present day. Great photographs and...More
We visited Toledo on a Sunday and just about everything was closed. As with most rural northwest towns it started with lumber. After using up trees large enough for lumber they then switched to pulp and paper. The volunteer at the museum told us about...More
The little Toledo History Center offers a clear look back into the regions logging history. Place is run by friendly volunteers, and is a worthwhile stop while you tour the artists' places on Main Street.
Spruce forests drove prosperity in this town, named by a business man's son due to loneliness for Ohio. The miles long, tightly moored log 'rafts' pictured on each wall and the labor intensive logging depicted, along with the historic railroad, make a visit to this...More
Toledo, celebrating their centennial a few years back, has a nice little museum downtown explaining the history of their fine city. It's a small standard museum you will find almost anywhere, but taking 20-30 minutes to see it's history is worth a stop. A lot...More