Endion Elementary

Endion Elementary School, photographed when it still had its central tower. (Image: Duluth Public Library)

1801 East 1st Street | Architect: Adolph F. Rudolph | Built: 1890 | Extant

Built in the Romanesque Revival style of red pressure brick, the Endion School hosted students from Duluth’s Endion neighborhood for 87 years until closing its doors in 1977. In 1970 vandals victimized its belfry, which subsequently had to be removed from the building. Today the building houses the Endion School Apartments.

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