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The Zenith City’s most-neglected landmark

The Zenith City’s most-neglected landmark

The 1858 Minnesota Point Light

Created through the millennia by silt and sand deposition from the St. Louis and Nemadji Rivers collecting with more sand left by Lake Superior, Minnesota and Wisconsin Points make up the longest freshwater sand bar in the world, and their location creates a natural breakwater protecting the waters of Superior Bay. Until 1870, all vessels… Continue Reading

Who was A. G. Thomson?

Discovering the namesake of a Duluth B&B

Superior’s Soo Line Station

May's Ghost Sign

Upcoming at Glensheen

The next 30 days at the Historic Congdon Estate

Fairlawn faces the wrecking ball

Superior’s Pattison Estate, Part 4

The 1902 Duluth Public Library—with marble edifice?

May's Postcard Perspective

From Logging Camps to CCC Camps to Campgrounds

A History of Gooseberry Falls State Park

From hotel to hotel

May's Past & Present Photo

The Proctor Coal Dock

Looking back at a lost railroad landmark

Annual DPA Awards on Monday

Please join the DPA at the Lake Superior Zoo Monday evening

The 1889 Hartley House

Zenith City's 19th Century Sketchbook