Toledo Stories: Grain: The Harold Anderson Story, Part 2
The Andersons begins to diversify – first with a warehouse market, then with fertilizer and corncobs. Harold Anderson also calls for the biggest monolithic concrete pour in Ohio history.
The manner in which Harold and his family produced the "Big Pour" in 1953 was so newsworthy that national media covered the 11-day event. It was work; it was fun; it was a reality show. When it was complete, the region had a new, three-million bushel capacity grain elevator.
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