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-Nell Donnelly Reed 1 Born: March 6, 1889 Died: September 8, 1991 (age 102) Categories: Entrepreneurs, Women Region of Missouri: Kansas City Missouri Hometown: Kansas City

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Air traffic controller Archie W. League using a radio and searchlight at Lambert Field in St. Louis, Mo. Photograph by Russell Froelich, 1933. Missouri History Museum

Group photo of Fire Company No. 16 with steam engine. (1875) Missouri History Museum

Old Ursuline Convent, Twelfth Street and Russell Avenue. (1927) Missouri History Museum

bourbeuse river in missouri | The Red Bird mill is a quaint little weathered board mill of 2.5 ...

St. John Nepomuk Catholic Church. Soulard and Eleventh Streets, northwest corner. (1890)

Anheuser-Busch Brewery Brew house, Ninth and Pestalozzi. (1930)

"Residence of Captain Grant and Mrs. Grant in and About St. Louis." (Ulysses Grant residence at Seventh and Lynch Streets and Julia Grant residence at Whitehaven). (1870)

Ulysses S. Grant Residence. 1008 Barton Street. (1938)

Interior walkway of bird cage, St. Louis Zoo. (1922)

Henry B. Shaw Residence Country House. Located in Tower Grover acreage and later moved to the Missouri Botanical Garden. Built 1849. Barnett and Peck, Architects.

St. Louis Zoo. Two women with Miss Jim, the elephant. (1925)

Bartender Alex Piantanida and unidentified bar maid serve a couple at the Old Rock House Saloon.

Boating by moonlight on Forest Park Lake. (1897)

Tent city for soldiers on leave from Fort Leonard Wood, Forest Park. Kingshighway Blvd. and Oakland Avenue. 22 October 1941. Missouri History Museum

Pavilion (Forest Park). [World's Fair Pavilion]. Government Hill, Forest Park. (1946)

Charles Lindbergh flying the "Spirit of St. Louis" over the welcoming crowd in Forest Park, 19 June 1927.

Ice skaters in Forest Park, 5 January 1947.

Fox Theater during the Fox Silver Jubilee, 527 - 529 North Grand Avenue. (1929)

Lemp Family Mansion on S. Thirteenth Street in St. Louis. Three members of the Lemp family met their demise at the home by their own hand. The Lemp Mansion is said to be one of the most haunted places in America. ©Missouri History Museum