There are ten additions today, from November 1956 editions of The Toledo Blade.
There are five additions to the WSPD-TV 13 Ads Gallery 3:
Thursday, 11/1/56 ad, for the sixth season of Gallery 39, the Toledo Art Museum program.
Monday, 11/7/56 ad, for a political program for Adali Stevenson, which was also seen on Detroit's channel 2. The program was followed by a local show for Lucas County Democrats on channel 13.
Wednesday, 11/7/56 ad, for Ohio Story, sponsored by Ohio Bell.
Wednesday, 11/14/56 ad, for another edition of Ohio Story, sponsored by Ohio Bell.
Monday, 11/19/56 ad, for Our Mr. Sun, on CBS. The program was produced and directed by Frank Capra, and starred Eddie Albert and Dr. Frank Baxter. It was sponsored by Ohio Bell.
There are two additions to the 1950s Detroit TV Station ads in The Blade Gallery:
Thursday 11/1/56 ad, for the CBS show Shower of Stars, live from Hollywood with Jack Benny, Nanette Fabray, Johnnie Ray, and Rory Calhoun, on WJBK-TV, channel 2, sponsored by Chrysler Corporation.
Monday, 11/19/56 ad, for Lawrence Welk's Monday night show, on WXYZ-TV, channel 7, sponsored by Dodge-Plymouth dealers, availaible in Toledo at Seltzer Motors.
There's one addition to the WSPD-AM Gallery 1:
Monday, 11/26/56 ad, again for Lawrence Welk's Monday night show on WXYZ-TV, channel 7, sponsored by Dodge-Plymouth dealers, availaible in Toledo at Seltzer Motors. The show could be heard the following afternoon on WSPD-AM 1370.
There's one addition to The Blade Peach Section Gallery 1:
Saturday, 11/17/56 picture of Joan Collins titled, "She Knows The Ropes."
And there's one "other" ad, an addition to the Toledo Area Events...Gallery # 2:
Tuesday, 11/20/56 ad, for the Elvis Presley movie, "Love Me Tender," at the Paramount.
I also had to move some WSPD-TV, Channel 13 ads to different galleries...
1948 to 1951 ads are still in gallery 1, 1952 to 1955 ads are still in gallery 2, 1956 to 1963 ads are in gallery 3, 1964 to September 1970 ads are in gallery 4, and October 1970 to 1979 ads are in gallery 5.
More 1956 ads, from the online archives of The Toledo Blade, are on the way...