Duluth’s Historic Train Depot, home of the Duluth Historical Society. The historical society is seeking stories about the city’s past for a new book. Courtesy Duluth Historical Society

Duluth seeks stories about the city’s past for new book

The Duluth Historical Society is seeking stories about Duluth’s history. Topics may include people, places, events, trains and other personal stories, humorous or factual. The historical society plans to include these personal stories in a new book coming out about Duluth’s past. Stories can be your own, or ones you’ve heard passed down from parents or grandparents.

Selected stories will be printed in a series of books about Duluth. All entries must be submitted by Oct. 31. Stories may be submitted via e-mail to secretary@duluthhistoricalsociety.org or by mail to P.O. Box 599, Duluth, GA 30096. Please do not submit hand written copies.

Questions: Nancy Sturgis at 678-365-1641.

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