The city of Toledo in Ohio. View of buildings in Toledo. Railroad trains at a station. Women near a clothesline outside a house. Women come down the stairs of a house. Cars on a street. Men work on a model of Toledo of tomorrow. A model of a congestion free express highway in Toledo.
Bogus-money plant being raided in Toledo, Ohio. Two police personnel in a bogus-money plant during a raid. Two men with the police in the plant. The men and a policeman seated at a table. The men and the policemen converse. Equipment used to print fake twenty-dollar bills, the ink and gloves, on the table. One of the men talks to a policeman at the end of the room.
Clarence Kehr with distinct characteristics in Toledo, Ohio. The 6 year old boy is 3 feet, 5 inches tall. Clarence lying on a stretcher. Men and a woman perform tests on him. A man measures his muscles. He shows his muscles. Another man checks his memory. He writes on a blackboard. The boy bends a rod with his mouth. Clarence seated on a chair and gets a shave. A man combs his hair.
Darlingtonia californica, or California Pitcher Plants are displayed in Toledo, Ohio. Also known as Cobra Lilies, carnivorous California Pitcher Plants are fed small bits of meat stuck to the end of a long stick. A Cobra Lily moves while digesting the meat. A child near the plants pretends being bitten as she touches them.
A nurse weighs a baby on a mono-pan balance. The baby cries. A doctor examines the baby. Two babies with nurses. A baby with curled hairs appears. The winner, 11-month old baby is in its mother's lap. They stand with the trophy.
Statue of John Burroughs at the entrance to Toledo Museum of Art. Burroughs with children gathered around him. 20000 School children assembled on the terrace of the Toledo Museum of Art to greet their honored friend. Boy scouts carrying flags surround Burroughs. Flower strewn steps. Crowd including boy scouts parade past Burroughs. Mayor Schreiber calls for 'Three cheers for Mr. Burroughs'. Mr. Burroughs reviews children. Children strewn flowers at his feet as they pass. George W Stevens presents the statue, the Gift of W E Bock, to the children of Toledo. C. S. Pietro can be seen. Mr. W E Bock. Mayor Schreiber delivers rousing welcome address.