Sheldon Aubut's Duluth History
The second beginning of Duluth, (the Native Americans were here first) the landing of Daniel Greysolon Sieur Du Luth.
Aerial Lift Bridge - Postcard from 1910
Duluth Armory - Condemned October 24, 2000.
Bradley Building - Corner of Lake Avenue and Superior Streets
Old Central High School - This links to the "Northern Images" Central page of photographer Dennis O'hara. He has done a magnificent study of this building that I could not hope to duplicate.
Chamber of Commerce building
J. J. Costello Hardware and Stoves - 1884
Duluth 1883 from the Space Shuttle (well, sort of...)
Duluth Properties on The National Register of Historic Places
Old Police Station - 126 East Superior Street
McQuade Road Fish Fry, Store and Campground
Masonic Temple - 201 East Superior Street
Parks - Duluth City Parks
Pastoret - Stenson Block (Lowell Block)
Mark D. Ryan's Seven Bridges Road site - the beginnings of the Skyline Parkway
Strand Theatre Destroyed 9-21-98
Voyageur Lakewalk Inn
Weiland Block - Duluth News Tribune was located here in their early years.
Books about Duluth and the region available from Amazon.com:
Boomtown Landmarks (Discover Duluth) - by Laurie Hertzel
Sam Cook's "Campsightes"
Chronicles of Aunt Hilma and Other East Hillside Swedes - by Michael Fedo
Barton Sutter's "Cold Comfort: Live at the Top of the Map"
Craig and Nadine Blacklock's "The Duluth Portfolio"
Destination Duluth (Port Cities of North America) by Martin Hintz
Duluth; The City and the People - by Chuck Frederick
Duluth/Superior Funbook - by Julie Ryan
Duluth Tour Book; An Illustrated Guide to Historic & Fun Places - by Jeff Cornelius
Friendship Fires - by Sam Cook
Ghostly Tales of Lake Superior - by Claire W. Schumacher
House of Stone : The Duluth Benedictines - Mary R. Boo
The Raleigh Street Saga : Shattering the Legend - by Claire W. Schumacher
Trains of the Twin Ports Photo Archive : Duluth-Superior in the 1950s - by Marvin Nielsen
North - by Sam Cook
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January 15, 2011
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