Editor's Notebook

As Superior residents prepare for the 31st Victorian Festival honoring Evelyn Brodstone, one of the community’s most accomplished residents, many current resident find it hard to envision what life was like in Superior more than a century ago.

The Brodstone family came to the new town of Superior in 1876, only one year after William Loudon laid out the original town. Mr. and Mrs. Brodstone brought their two young children with them. They settled on farm near what is now the northeastern boundary of Superior. A portion of the farm is occupied by the Victorian Inn, Good Smaritian Center, Velvet...


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