Lecture Series to highlight local history
Friends of Pearson Metropark
will celebrate northwest Ohio history in this year’s March
Lecture Series. A diverse assortment of experts will explore the
heritage of the region each Sunday in March, 2014, at 2 p.m. in
Macomber Lodge on Navarre Avenue. Coffee, tea and cookies will
be served following the program. Admission is free.
Richly Dressed and Handsomely Attired: Daily Life of our
Earliest Residents, the American Indians, by Dr. Janet Rozick
of Heidelberg University.
Farming Pioneers: Early Settlers on the East Side, by Joanne
Crandall, Joehlin Family historian, and Floyd Hagedorn,
Early Days of the East Side: From Villages to Townships to
Cities, by Larry Michaels, local historian and author.
Pearson And Progress: George Pearson’s Leadership in the
Development of the East Side, by Mary Breymaier, author
of George W. Pearson, A Modest Hero.
Landmark Of Pride: The First Hundred Years of Waite High School,
by Robert Clark, former East Side district leader for
Toledo Public Schools.