Saskatchewan-Wheat-Pools-4-and-5-_ The remains of Unit 5… Similar Images ...based on the tags: historical-image... Blast Furnace, 1940s (MS2.9DU3.1p65, MNHS.org) Studebaker ad. (1902). Country life in America, 2, Retrieved from http://books.google.com/books?id=IKZMAAAAYAAJ Brewster-Wheeler Rec Center, seen in 1965. From Detroit-Black Bottom Community. Two of the major structures around the harbor. On a side, note, the left span of the bridge in the top motif is now a fishing pier on Rice’s Point, Duluth. Erskine, A.R. (1924). History of the studebaker corporation . South Bend, IN: Studebaker Corp. Construction of the lower portal of the tunnel begins. On top of the hill, another crew is working to make the job go faster. Circa 1906, courtesy Minnesota Historical Society. Sawyer System in action aside Globe. Globe from the side of Great Northern. Sawyer Unloader (Gallagher, Duluth Public Library) The sand elevator in 1938. Courtesy MNHS.org Saskatchewan Wheat Pool #4-A loading a vessel. Image credit: Thunder Bay Archives.