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Postcards from Frogtown: Exploring the Ken Levin Postcard Collection Online

Posted about 9 days ago by John D

Posted in Education, History and Politics, Local History, Nonfiction and Research and Resources | Tagged with 1900s, 20th Century History, architecture, digital collections, Library, local history, Ohio Memory, postcards, poster and Toledo, Ohio

Ken Levin, a resident of Toledo, amassed a massive collection of over 3,000 postcards that document nearly a century of Toledo history dating back to the 1890s. The Local History and Genealogy department of the Main Library was lucky enough to receive this collection, which has now been fully digitized so anyone can enjoy it.

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Is There a Doctor in the House? Fascinating Tales of Medicine

Posted 3 months ago by Amy H

Posted in Health and Wellness and Nonfiction | Tagged with 20th Century History, biographies, biography, chemists, doctors, food safety, genetics, health, heredity, history, medical innovations, medicine, neurology, personality tests and psychology

Amazing tales of medical breakthroughs. Explore fascinating stories involving science, medicine, psychology and more.

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