Where in Duluth?

Where in duluth?

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


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.


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.


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!


about 11 years ago

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


about 11 years ago

Death Doula sounds cooler.


about 11 years ago

Midwife mortuary.


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.


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."


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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