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PY-263670-19
Preserving and Contextualizing the Islamic Culture and Heritage of Northwest Ohio.
Michelle Sweetser, Bowling Green State University

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Islamic Center of Greater Toledo collection (Acquisitions/Materials Collection)
Name: Islamic Center of Greater Toledo collection
Abstract: This exhibit brings together a selection of images contributed by several individuals during the Community Scan Day. Images document the opening of Toledo's first Islamic Center in 1954; the building of the ICGT's present-day mosque in the early 1980s; the people who have nurtured, grown, and sustained the ICGT over the decades; and Muslims' engagement in the greater Toledo community.
Year: 2019
Address: 1001 East Wooster St. Bowling Green, Ohio 43403
Primary URL: https://digitalgallery.bgsu.edu/exhibits/show/icgt
Primary URL Description: Digital exhibit featuring selections from the community scan day held at the Islamic Center of Greater Toledo, May 5, 2019.

The Islamic Center of Greater Toledo: Celebrating the History of Northwest Ohio's Muslim Community (Exhibition)
Title: The Islamic Center of Greater Toledo: Celebrating the History of Northwest Ohio's Muslim Community
Curator: Michelle Sweetser
Curator: Nicholas Pavlik
Curator: David Lewis
Curator: Cherrefe Kadri
Abstract: This exhibit brings together a selection of 25 images contributed by several individuals during the Community Scan Day. Images document the opening of Toledo's first Islamic Center in 1954; the building of the ICGT's present-day mosque in the early 1980s; the people who have nurtured, grown, and sustained the ICGT over the decades; and Muslims' engagement in the greater Toledo community.
Year: 2019


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