Monthly Archives: February 2011

Refurbished factory

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Duluth Depot building

I’ve always like the Duluth Depot building.  It is also known as the Historic Union Depot. It’s proper name is St. Louis County Heritage and Arts Center and it is located at 506 W. Michigan St. It is home to the Duluth Art Institute, Duluth Playhouse, St. Louis Historical Society, Lake Superior Railroad Museum, North […]

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Union support rally at the Civic Center

The front steps of the Duluth City Hall is a frequent site for rallies and demonstrations. Close to a thousand people showed up to show support for the Wisconsin union members who are in a stand-off with their governor. See story here.

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Main gig switch

Hello Duluth Daily Photo viewers, You may have noticed that I am getting a little behind in my posting, this is because recently I took a new job. Some of you may already know about it, but if you didn’t you may read all about about it: New Budgeteer editor Naomi Yaeger-Bischoff has been named […]

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Windy, gray day

Sunday was a very windy day as you can see by the whitecaps on Lake Superior.

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Take the Polar Plunge

Hundreds of people descended on Canal Park to watch the brave, (or is it foolish) people plunge into the frigid Lake Superior. The plunge is a fundraiser for the Special Olympics. Learn more at http://www.plungemn.org/

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Tearing down the mansion to make way for a big box store

Well, they have begun to tear down the mansion to make way for the Mega Walgreens. Some other houses will be torn down too. See my post from earlier  The Last Mansion Between Kitchi Gammi Club and 14th Ave. East. When we were choosing were we would live as we prepared to move to Duluth […]

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The Denfeld High School Clock Tower

The Denfeld clock tower is a landmark in West Duluth. Currently an addition is under construction. I think that it is unfortunate that the new addition is covering up some of the older, more interesting architecture. (P.S. the thermometer  hit 56 degrees today.) I lifted the following information from Wikipedia: The current building was constructed […]

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Train cars, Enger Tower and Antenna Farm

Here are trains with Enger Tower and Antenna Farm in the background. Learn more about the the Anetenna Farm, or a small section of it that was for sale here. Here is a view taken from the east from about one year ago and posted on DuluthDailyPhoto.com

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Where are these decorative plates located?

Okay, can you guess what organization of people would have these decorative plates on a shelf? Some people who are proud of their _________  heritage. For a clue see my Duluth Daily Photo post on January 5. I will give you the answer on Thursday.

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