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Duluthorama: 1905

Duluthorama: 1905

Circa 1905. "Duluth, Minnesota." Another view from the Zenith City panoramic series. Detroit Publishing Company glass negative. View full size.

 

No-one out

Finlanders don't like their picture taken!

Duluth in the winter

This is actually a nice shot to follow the icy accident photo.

In the winter Duluth's steep hills and purposely unplowed side streets re-create the preceding photo many times over each year. Driving in this city during the winter months builds nerves 00 nothing like sliding down a slick road with the icy vastness of Lake Superior below.

Camera shy.

Duluthians heard they were being photographed, so they went inside.

Great backdrop

for a model train. Great pic!

No Trackside Baseball

The other photos in the "daily dose of Duluth" series seem to have more people visible. I only see four people in this shot. Maybe it has something to do with the time of day.

 
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