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McLean Building, northeast corner of Fourth and Market Streets. (1876)
Birds eye view of the intersection of Fourth and Chestnut Streets looking toward the Pierce Building on the northeast corner. (1920s) Missouri History Museum
Bank of Commerce Building, Northeast corner of Broadway and Olive Streets (Old Jaccard Building). (1896) Missouri History Museum
McLean Building, northeast corner of Fourth and Market Streets, 1876. Emil Boehl.
WOWOWOWOWOWOW! Wish this still existed : (- So beautiful!
View from the top of the Court House looking northeast on Chestnut Street from Fourth Street. The large building in the center is the Merchant's Exchange building. (1895)
Boatmen's Bank Building, northwest corner of Fourth Street and Washington Avenue. (1891)
Posters covering a wall of the Louis Bohle Undertaking and Livery building at 1125-29 Market Street advertising vaudeville shows at the Talbot's Hippodrome. (1907) Missouri History Museum
Group of men outside the entrance to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Building, 210-212 North Broadway. (1902 to 1906)
Union Club, St. Louis, MO., after May 1896 tornado. Southeast corner Lafayette and Jefferson Avenues. Group of four women and a baby posed in front of destroyed building.
Oldest Apt building in NYC, 142 E 18th Street
Skyline view of downtown St. Louis, Pine Street looking east from the Missouri Pacific Building on Twelfth. (1928)
Woolworth Building, New York, 1926.