Duluth’s Emerson School: 1892 to 1982

A post on the Duluth Public Library’s Vintage Duluth blog looks at the “Early History of Duluth’s Emerson School.”

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Tom Donaldson

about 4 months ago

This is great. Memories triggered of Diarama-rama and Halloween parties. Our basement room started to mold so we moved to Washington Studios, which seemed like the Four Seasons in comparison, but lacked the romance. 

When Tor had to move to assisted living, we tore apart his room and found black mold under his bed. No wonder...

Looks like the eaves are falling off these days. I hope Emerson Coop survives forever, without the mold.

Helmut Flaag

about 4 months ago

We need a Johnson to build us a new one. I couldn't help but notice the amount of money the president dangled over Ukraine for dirt on an opponent -- eventually the amount of money U.S. taxpayers gave them to assist in their uphill battle against the Russians, who are our friends now too, was almost the same amount of cash Duluthians paid to replace a few schools. You really can't get anything done nowadays for under a half billion.

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