Toledo Window Box is the fifth album released by comedian George Carlin, and the fourth on the Little David label. It was recorded on July 20, 1974 at the Paramount Theater in Oakland, California, and released in November of that year. It was also included as part of the 1999 ''The Little David Years (1971-1977) box set.
Toledo Window Box is a type of marijuana that Carlin said that a man once offered him - an antithesis to pot names like "Acapulco Gold" and "Colombian Red." This was Carlin's fourth and final gold album.
The front cover features Carlin wearing a white t-shirt with a planter growing marijuana plants, pointing his thumbs back at it, while the back cover shows Carlin wearing almost the same shirt but with the plants gone, while standing there red-eyed and looking "high".