In the last years of the Builder’s Supply Company, which occupied the Twohy from the 1960s to the 1980s. Photo taken in 1983 as part of the Superior Intensive Survey.
A full load of sand on its way to the elevator.
A postcard showing the East End Milling District from before the 1914 that left Daisy (rear) standing alone.
Globe from the side of Great Northern. Sawyer Unloader (Gallagher, Duluth Public Library)
Dock 3, Allouez, August 1941. Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, FSA-OWI Collection, (LC-USF34- 063790-D).
Looking out from the roof of the elevator (the only one at the time) at the town, shortly after its founding. From Natalie Macintosh.
Port Arthur Row, 1977. Image Credit: Thunder Bay Archives.
1952 Explosion. Taken from Eastern Elevator (now Richardson) looking over the ruined copula of Saskatchewan Pool 4B. Noticed the scorched face of 4A, which appears to still be smoking when this was taken!