Architect John J. Wangenstein designed the home shown in the top photo, the 1900 Louis and Celia Loeb House at 1123 East Superior Street. In 1921 the Loebs moved to Lester Park. After the Loebs moved the house became the residence of Duluth’s Roman Catholic bishop until 1941. It served as a boarding house until the 1980s when it became Silver’s Dress Shop. Silver’s closed in 2001 and the house was demolished in 2011 to make room for a Walgreen’s drug store. You can learn more about the Loeb House here.