Archive aerial views of Duluth

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)

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St. Mary’s Medical Center and the surrounding area in October 2003, before construction of SMDC’s First Street Building. (Derek Neas / News Tribune)

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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.

Duluth hospital photos, 1960s

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)

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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)

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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)

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Student nurse Ethel Kuitala talks with patient Sina Sandberg at St. Luke’s hospital on Jan. 5, 1962. (News-Tribune file photo)

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A new parking structure is under construction above First Street at Miller Memorial Hospital on June 8, 1970. (Duluth Herald file photo)

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Do you recognize any of the people in these photos? Share your stories and memories by posting a comment.