It’s fun to look at aerial photos in the News Tribune Attic – when you look up close, they can show so many things that have changed or still are the same.
Here are three aerial photos of Duluth from the archives; as with most photos I post here, click on these images to access a larger view:
The Duluth Entertainment Convention Center and surrounding area, August 2003. This is before the addition of the Duluth 10 movie theater, the new parking ramp and Amsoil Arena. (Justin Hayworth / News Tribune)
St. Mary’s Medical Center and the surrounding area in October 2003, before construction of SMDC’s First Street Building. (Derek Neas / News Tribune)
The Technology Village / Soft Center building under construction along Superior Street in downtown Duluth, May 1999. (Charles Curtis / News-Tribune)——Share your memories and observations by posting a comment.
From the News Tribune files, here are some photos of Duluth hospitals in the 1960s through 1970:
Miss Helen Langamo, RN, head nurse of the OB department at St. Luke’s hospital, shows a typical labor room – one of seven – circa 1962. (News Tribune file photo)
This photo was featured in a previous Attic post in April 2009:
From the “nerve center” of the St. Luke’s intensive care unit, all 16 patients in the section can be seen in January 1962. (News Tribune file photo)
Miss Kathleen Riley, RN, and Miss Janet Benson, RN, show a delivery room at St. Luke’s hospital on October 26, 1962. (News-Tribune file photo)
Student nurse Ethel Kuitala talks with patient Sina Sandberg at St. Luke’s hospital on Jan. 5, 1962. (News-Tribune file photo)
A new parking structure is under construction above First Street at Miller Memorial Hospital on June 8, 1970. (Duluth Herald file photo)
Do you recognize any of the people in these photos? Share your stories and memories by posting a comment.