Duluth took a big hit with the July storm and the folks at the Library hope you & yours are getting back to normal. The sound of chainsaws in the day will fade, and the hum of the generators at night. When life settles back to a new normal it gives us time to reflect on how the world can change so suddenly. For perspective, and for your reading under the electric lights, here are a few books on disasters past & future.
"Storm Near Timberline." Etching by George Elbert Burr, 1922. Image from Art Museum Image Gallery.
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