Postcard from Enger Memorial Tower in 1950

This postcard was mailed 70 years ago. The date on the postmark is not clear, but it looks like July 8, 1950. The signature of the sender is also not entirely clear, but it appears to be Helen Lold. The recipient is Henry Maursey of Midland, Mich.

Helen writes:

Can you use this in your collection?

Whether Henry could or not, Perfect Duluth Day can.

The caption on the back of the card reads:

Enger Memorial Tower, 583 feet above lake level, overlooks the Duluth-Superior Harbor. The Tower was dedicated by Prince Olav of Norway. the view at this point along the world-famous Duluth Skyline Drive is one of many making this city one of America’s most popular vacation centers. At night the Tower’s beacon is visible for 35 miles.

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