Sneak Peek: The Leithhead House

The Leithhead House ca. 1910, photographer unknown. [Image: Zenith City Press]

This week’s sneak peek at our newest bookDuluth’s Grand Old Architecture 1870–1940 by Tony Dierckins and Maryanne C. Norton—is one of the most unique houses to grace the Zenith City, the 1902 home at 16 South 18th Avenue East built for drug-company executive Leslie Leithhead and his wife Ophelia Leithhead—and paid for by Ophelia’s father, Captain Joseph Sellwood, namesake of Duluth’s Sellwood Building. Read our history of the Leithhead House from Duluth’s Grand Old Architecture here.

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