One More Set Of Photos From The DNT Archives

One last set of random, odds-and-ends photos from the News Tribune archives:

From left: Mrs. Edward Repka, president, Duluth women’s Coordinating Council for Civil Defense; Col. Hubert Schon; Mrs. W.W. Fox; Duluth Mayor E. Clifford Mork; and Col. F.G. Wood, 1961. They appear to be reviewing models for fallout shelters. (News-Tribune file photo)

Superior Street looking east from Lake Avenue, circa 1960s. The upper side of the block is now home to the Tech Village. (News-Tribune file photo)

Construction of the “can of worms” interchange in Duluth in July 1970. (Charles Curtis / News-Tribune)

The Neon Parrot on Miller Trunk Highway in Duluth in September 1984. (Bob King / News-Tribune & Herald)

Looking out over the Rice’s Point railyard in Duluth toward the High Bridge in January 1966; Interstate 35 had not yet been extended through Duluth. (Charles Curtis / News-Tribune)

Constructing the Interstate 35 tunnels / extension from downtown Duluth to 26th Avenue East in the 1980s. (News Tribune file photo)

3 Responses

  1. Jim

    After I did a little research, the E. was for Emil….but he always went by E. Clifford Mork. He passed away in 1962.

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