• LOCATION 38 | Unholy Toledo Tour: Gambling and Gangsters in the Glass City

    Kennedy's Cottage

    Coming up on our right is 136th Street. It was down this street that Jack Kennedy found a summer cottage for rent so he could stay low and avoid the Licovoli gang after his beat down of Mirabella at the corner Michigan and Monroe in downtown Toledo in June of 1933. On July 6th, Kennedy chased a suspicious car away hinting that the Licavoli gang had found his hide out. The next day Jack didn't seem too concerned when he heard Yonnie himself was seen driving in the vicinity of the nearby Bay View golf course.

    "Maybe he is looking for a job as a caddie," Jack joked. As we'll soon see, Jack's fate in Point Place was no joke.

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Unholy Toledo Tour: Gambling and Gangsters in the Glass City