Where in Duluth?

Where in duluth?

This should be quite easy considering its location. I still find it interesting though.

12 Comments

Andrew Slade

about 11 years ago

Ironic, I suppose, that this location is still known as "Snow White," and poor Snow herself was laid out for dead.

Need

about 11 years ago

Corner of Woodland and Oxford. I was so excited the foggy morning the sign went up. Now we don't have to drive downtown to look for our caskets.

TimK

about 11 years ago

Much more useful as a cabinet shop than Corinda Horton's campaign HQ.

Mitchell Davis

about 11 years ago

Dan Hanger and I aired this story the week before Miss Collins opened her shop. What an amazing woman.

Duluth Woman Prepares To Open Casket Business

Cory Fechner

about 11 years ago

I heard people are dying to get in!

hbh

about 11 years ago

Now all that little strip needs is a Death Midwife and I'd be satisfied.

adam

about 11 years ago

Death Doula sounds cooler.

zra

about 11 years ago

Midwife mortuary.

Karasu

about 11 years ago

It's just a bummer the monument shop isn't still in the garden level below the [former] Teeny Weeny Miniature Shoppe. One-stop shopping just feet away from your Catholic or Lutheran cemetery of choice.

Karasu

about 11 years ago

By the way: there's got to be a better term than "cremains." Paul: you're a wordsmith — come up with something better, as a gift to the world, would ya?

Paul Lundgren

about 11 years ago

Actually, I totally dig the word "cremains."

spy1

about 11 years ago

PDD spurs the local media again!

Duluth News Tribune: Duluth Casket Shop fills niche with handcrafted coffins

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