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The Providence Building’s Titanic connection to history

The Providence Building’s Titanic connection to history

This Month's Grand Old Building

Originally published April, 2015 332 West Superior Street  |  Architects: Wagenstein & Bailey  |  Built: 1895  |  Extant  Two 19th-century business blocks anchor the lower side of Superior Street’s West 100 block, the Lonsdale and Providence buildings. Both were designed by prominent Duluth architects and first constructed in 1895, and later several floors were added…

Lost golf courses of the Twin Ports

This Month's "Ask the Historian"

Preserving Public Access to the Lakeshore

The History of Duluth's Kitchi Gammi Park and Congdon Boulevard

Park Terrace of Point of Rock

This Month's Lost Landmark

Blue Collar Blues at Missabe Junction

Urban Renewal Decimates Slabtown

Elephants under the Ore Docks

The circus comes to Duluth in the early 1950s

From the Spalding to the Ordean

This Month's Past & Present Pic

“Duluth’s Historic Parks” coming May 11

Thursday, May 11, 2017 at the Lake Superior Zoo Pavilion

Who the heck was Jean Duluth?

Duluth's namesake's first name was Dan, not Jean...

Artist Feodor von Luerzer

This Month's Forgotten Duluthian

Duluth Linen Supply

This Month's Ghost Sign