Duluth Properties on the National Register of Historic Places

The following Duluth properties and landmarks are on the National Park Service’s Register of Historic Places:

Duluth Union Depot, 506 W. Michigan St.  | 1971

Duluth Central High School, Lake Avenue and Second Street  | 1972

Aerial Lift Bridge, Lake Avenue  | 1973

Endion Passenger Depot, Canal Park Drive  | 1975

Oliver G. Traphagen House, 1511 E. Superior St.  | 1975

Minnesota Point Lighthouse, Minnesota Point  | 1974

Fire House No. 1, First Avenue East and Third Street  | 1975

Bergetta Moe Bakery | 716 E. Superior St. 1976

Munger Terrace, 405 Mesaba Ave.  | 1976

Duluth Public Library, 101 W. Second St. | 1978

Lester River Fish Hatchery, 6008 London Road  | 1978

Chester Terrace, 1210–1232 E. First St.  | 1980

Endion School, 1801 E. First St.  | 1983

Duluth South Breakwater Rear Range Light  | 1983

Fitger Brewing Co., 600 E. Superior St.  | 1984

DeWitt-Seitz Building, 394 Lake Ave. S.  | 1985

Duluth State Normal School Historic District
(Old Main, Washburn Hall, Torrence Hall, Model School Building)
East Fifth Street between 22nd and 23rd avenues  | 1985

Sacred Heart Cathedral and School, 211 and 206 W. Fourth St.  | 1986

Duluth Civic Center
(County Courthouse, County Jail, City Hall, Federal Building)
West First Street at Fifth Avenue West  | 1986

William A. Irvin, Minnesota Slip  | 1989

Hartley Building, 740 E. Superior St. | 1989

Stewart Creek Bridge, Skyline Parkway  | 1989

St. Mark’s A.M.E. Church, 530 N. Fifth Ave. E.  | 1991

Congdon Estate (Glensheen), 3300 London Road  | 1991

Wirth Building, 13 W. Superior St.  | 1991

Irving School, 101 N. 56th Ave. W.  | 1992

Thomas Wilson Shipwreck, outer  harbor  | 1992

USS Essex Shipwreck, Park Point  | 1994

Bridge No. 5757 over Mission Creek | 1998

Downtown Commercial Historic District | 2006