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Mittwoch, 2. Juni 2010
Iron Country: Iron Ore and Minnesota's Future (1952)
Produced to reassure Minnesotans that iron mining would continue to spur economic development.
Handy (Jam) Organization Sponsor:
Lake Superior Industrial Bureau Audio/Visual:Sound, Color
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Reviewer:WhiteWall - - June 4, 2006 Subject:Bob Dylan's Hometown
This probably would have been a pretty boring little film for me except that it turns out the town of Hibbing is featured begining at around minute 6 and shows a view of the town's main street and the Hull Rust Mahoning Mine which is there in Hibbing. Hibbing is the hometown of the musician Bob Dylan. I found that really interesting as there's not a lot of info available on the small town especially from around that time. I'm guessing young Bob must've been around 11 years old then and his father owned an electrical appliance store there.