TOLEDO STORIES: The House That Glass Built
Thursday, August 11 at 8:00 p.m.
For a more than a century Toledo has been known as the “Glass City” because of the city's prominence as the center of America’s glass industry.
The influence of glass extended not only to employment and economics of Northwest Ohio, but also to the culture and civic pride of the community. The power of this influence can still be experienced at the Toledo Museum of Art's stunning landmark, the Glass Pavilion.
In "The House That Glass Built," a WGTE original, explore the glass manufacturing industry, the studio glass movement and the remarkable history of philanthropy that put Toledo on the map.
This project made possible through the generous financial support of Georgia E. Welles; the Ohio Humanities Council; the Ohio Arts Council; the KeyBank National Association Trustee for the Walter E. Terhune Memorial Fund; and an anonymous donor.