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The entire collection that Laurel Blair assembled and originally bequeathed to the City of Toledo is now on display at Schedel Arboretum & Gardens.

  • The collection is located in Joseph and Marie Schedel’s 1887 Victorian home it has been renovated for this purpose, providing the appropriate period context for viewing the artform which emerged during the 19th century. 

  • Exhibiting the Blair collection at Schedel Gardens strengthens the cultural and educational missions of both organizations and provides an opportunity to expand viewership. 

  • Schedel Garden membership includes access to the gardens, reciprocal membership to nearly 300 gardens in North America, and other benefits based on membership choice. 

  • Members will receive invitations to special events.

Thank you for your interest in the Blair Museum. We hope that you are as pleased as we are that the lithophane collection will once more be available for art lovers to enjoy at the beautiful Schedel Gardens. We warmly invite you to consider membership, if not already affiliated with the Blair or Schedel, so that we can communicate with you directly regarding upcoming events. Please reach out to us if you would like to consider a gift to help support the Victorian renovation and move so that we can present various opportunities in a way that is healthy and safe for you. 

We look forward to seeing you at the Blair Museum at Schedel Gardens.

Julia LaBay Darrah - Curator - Blair Museum of Lithophanes

Rodney D Noble - Executive Director - Schedel Arboretum & Gardens

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