Postcard from the St. Louis County Courthouse in 1924

This postcard was mailed June 1, 1924 — 100 years ago today. It shows the St. Louis County Courthouse in Downtown Duluth, which opened in 1909.

The recipient of the postcard was someone named Lois in St. Paul. The last name is difficult to decipher. The message on the back of the card reads:

Dear Lois,
You see I have time to write after but not long. You’ll be coming home so soon that whatever there is can wait. I was very glad to get your letter. — Love, “K”

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