Glensheen has put 17 historic moments front and center in their Winter Garden, and to say that these stories leap off the page would be an understatement.
“Reporting Duluth” is made up of large-scale (4ft by 6ft) photographs from the Duluth News Tribune, all documenting events that happened sometime over the past 150 years. The display is meant to celebrate the 150th anniversary of our local paper.
The free exhibit opened earlier this month and continues through June 2. Next Wednesday, April 24, Glensheen is having a community celebration of the News Tribune, which first published as the Duluth Minnesotian on that day in 1869. The entire museum will open up for free tours from 6 to 9 p.m. with an estate-wide event featuring bonfires and a food truck.
Caution: Some images may be graphic for children and contain adult subject matter.