Love and Kisses from Duluth in 1903

This Detroit Publishing Company postcard of Duluth is copyright 1902 and was mailed July 16, 1903 — 120 years ago today. The writing at the left indicates the temperature that day was 71 degrees.

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about 1 year ago

A panorama from the Boulevard created using three photos shot by renowned 19th century photographer William Henry Jackson when he visited Duluth ca. 1900. Jackson built his reputation photographing western scenery mainly around Colorado and Wyoming. His photographs of Yellowstone were displayed in the halls of Congress and were highly influential in the establishment of America’s first national park. Jackson eventually sold all his negatives to the Detroit Publishing Company and was employed by the firm for several years.

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