Last Set Of Spalding Hotel Photos

Here is the last set of News Tribune archives photos of the Spalding Hotel in downtown Duluth, which was razed in late 1963. If you missed the previous three posts, go here, here and here. The view of the corner of Superior Street and Fifth Avenue West, from in front of the Spalding Hotel, March…
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Yes, Still More Spalding Hotel Photos

Here’s the third batch of what will be four posts with photos from Duluth’s long-lost Spalding Hotel. Enjoy… Morris Mark and Miss Jessie Rawlings at the front desk of Duluth’s Spalding Hotel on June 27, 1963. (News-Tribune file photo) ——————– Mandy B. Tondel, a guest at the Spalding Hotel for more than 20 years, checks…
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More Spalding Hotel Photos

As promised, here are some more photos from the Spalding Hotel right before it closed in 1963. I still have enough left for at least one more post after this. This batch of photos is from the roof and rooftop pavilion atop the hotel. I’m not sure when the pavilion was shut down, but it…
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A Look Inside The Long-lost Spalding Hotel

1963 Workers begin demolition of the Spalding Hotel in downtown Duluth on November 20, 1963. (Duluth Herald file photo) The Spalding Hotel, once located in downtown Duluth at the corner of Superior Street and Fifth Avenue West, has been mentioned several times in past posts – usually because it appeared off to the side in…
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Lenox Hotel, 1957

The Lenox Hotel (also known as the Hotel Lenox – the building’s signs refer to it both ways), stood in downtown Duluth on the corner of Superior Street and Sixth Avenue West, where the Incline Station bowling alley is today. The photo above is dated December 1957, although it doesn’t look like winter; apparently the…
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