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Peavey Globe Elevator, West Gate Basin & Howard's Bay, east side of slip, Superior, Douglas County, WI

Peavey Globe Elevator, West Gate Basin & Howard's Bay, east side of slip, Superior, Douglas County, WI



Significance: The Peavey Globe Elevator was one of several grain elevators built in the first half of the twentieth century on the opposing Lake Superior harbors of Duluth, Minnesota, and Superior, Wisconsin. Other grain elevators in this area included Cenex-Harvest States Grain Cooperatives and Great Northern Elevator "S" in Superior, and the Peavey Duluth Terminal and Occident Terminal Elevator in Duluth.
Survey number: HAER WI-107
Building/structure dates: 1887-1894 Initial Construction
Building/structure dates: 2000 Demolished



Historic American Engineering Record, creator
Duluth Elevator Company
J.T. Moulton & Sons
Peavey, Frank
F.H. Peavey Company
Oftedahl, Gordy
d.b.a. Brackston Industries
J. R. Jensen & Sons
Delony, Eric, project manager
State Historical Society, sponsor
Sears, Hannah, transmitter
Lowe, Jet, photographer
Lapinski, Patrick, historian


Superior (Wis.)46.72077, -92.10408
Google Map of 46.7207737, -92.10407959999999


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