A striking example of the Tudor Revival style, this many gabled, half-timbered house features decorative wood carvings, limestone trim, and a Gothic arch surrounding a recessed Tudor-arched entry door. It is one of Duluth’s many homes designed by William T. Bray, who apprenticed under preeminent nineteenth-century architect Oliver Traphagen. Frank House was president of the Duluth and Iron Range Railroad, the first railroad to bring ore from the Iron Range to Lake Superior’s shores.
2210 E. Superior St.
Frank & Minnie House Residence