Recently I ran across this poem in a 1910 promotional item that was once given away by the Jarecki Chemical Company in Sandusky.
A transcription of the poem reads:
Let other cities boast their iron,
Their steel and earthenware,
Rubber goods, tile, pottery, shoes,
Or glass in ample share;
But famed Sandusky leads the van,
For all that man can wish,
To lumber, grain - in lime, in stone -
AND BEATS THE WORLD FOR FISH.