Eh? Check out exclusive flood photosDuring the historic June flood, most of us couldn’t get near Jay Cooke State Park.
By: News Tribune staff, Duluth News Tribune
During the historic June flood, most of us couldn’t get near Jay Cooke State Park.
But photographer Allen Anway, who was raised in Cloquet and is an avid hiker in the park, was allowed in to document the devastation with his large-frame camera.
Anway will share the results in a slide show at noon Friday hosted by the Carlton County Historical Society at 406 Cloquet Ave. in Cloquet. Admission is $1, and free for historical society members and children younger than 12.
For more information, call the historical society at (218) 879-1938.