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  • Wildwood Manor HouseWildwood Manor House Toledo, Ohio
    The Wildwood Preserve Metropark is a beautiful nature preserve that is found in Toledo, Ohio, and has become part of the Toledo Metroparks, and was the land that was part of the family estate of Robert A. Stranahan, famous professional golfer, and in the 1970s, the entire estate were purchased by the Metroparks. This magnificent home was constructed in 1938, by Robert Stranahan, with the family living there until it was sold to the city. It is a Georgian colonial style, that has been graciously opened for partial tours, with outbuildings used for visitors centers, offices and restrooms. In 1998, the Oak Grove School was moved from its original foundation in the Springbrook Drive and Corey Road area to this park and is often open to the public. The first half of the 20th century was a very uncertain although exciting period in our history, which began at the turn of the century and ran into the 1920s, with a huge amount of growth in both industrial and economic areas. Many inventors and innovators would introduce new and unbelievable feats in the world of energy and transportation, to the world, that would begin a new period in our history. Even though these magnificent events inspired and helped us, there were dark periods that hurt us even more so, like the Great Depression, and the second World War.

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  • Toledo Museum of ArtToledo Museum of Art Toledo, Ohio
    The Toledo Museum of Art is world renown as an art museum and is located in the Old West End of Toledo, Ohio. It was started by glassmaker, Edward Drummond Libbey in 1901 and came to its current locale with a Greek revival structure that was designed by Harry W. Wachter and Edward B. Green in 1912. It has since been enlarged, in the 1920s and 1930s and contains a major collection of glass art and 19th and 20th centuries American European artworks. They house a small but important Greek, Roman, Renaissance and Japanese collection with well known works by El Greco, Rembrandt and Peter Paul Rubens; with modern works by Willem de Kooning, Fragonard, Henry Moore and Sol LeWitt. There is a concert hall located in the east wing of the museum, called the Peristyle that was created in the classical style to complement the building's exterior. It is the main concert hall for the Toledo Symphony Orchestra, with a beautiful sculpture garden with mainly postwar works being put in in 2001. A Center of the Visual Arts, was put in during the 1990s, designed by Frank Gehry that includes the library, offices, studio and class space for the art department of the University of Toledo.

January 11, 2011