Duluth Ship Canal
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
The Duluth ship canal was dug through Minnesota Point in 1870 to benefit the Duluth harbor. The City of Superior, fearing the canal would change the flow of water through their ship entry, brought suit against Duluth to halt the construction. The collection contains a Circuit Court of the United States Bill of Complaint against the City of Duluth and a letter addressed to the City.
The collection contains correspondence, diaries, articles and addresses written by Darling, a subject file, personal financial materials, news clippings, photographs, and engineering plans.
The collection contains photographs and glass plate negatives of Duluth, Minnesota taken by photographer Paul Gaylord.
The collection consists of eight items concerning the Aerial Bridge and Thomas McGilvray.
The collection contains one 16mm, black and white, silent film (17 min.) of a 1936 mining inspection trip and tour conducted by U.S. Steel and Ford, Bacon, and Davis, Inc. The tour included Duluth, Minnesota and the surrounding area including the iron range.
Contains photographs of various Duluth scenes.
The collection contains 32 black and white silver gelatin images.
The collection contains a log book of vessels passing through the Duluth ship canal.