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St. Louis, Missouri - Interest places

St. Louis, Missouri - Interest places

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Superintendents home of Tower Grove Park, St. Louis, MO, across Magnolia Ave from Tower Grove Baptist Church.

Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery - St. Louis, Missouri second largest after Arlington

Panoramio - Photo explorer

Delmar Blvd got its name by combining the first three letters of Delaware and Maryland, the home states of the owners of two abutting tracts of land along the street. Here's a view of the Tivoli Theater on Delmar in 1925. ©Missouri History Museum

Riverboats moored on the Mississippi River, ca. 1880's #STLPRS Photo; LOC

The gigantic 228-foot long Flight Cage was built by the Smithsonian Institution to house the U. S. Bird Exhibit. Fifty feet high and 84 feet wide, it was split lengthwise into two sections by a wire mesh wall. Visitors could walk through the "Flight Cage" in a 'tunnel' of wire mesh to view the birds. The city of St. Louis purchased it after the fair for $ 3,500 and this display helped provide the impetus to establish a St. Louis Zoo.

Teenage girls at a football game Missouri 1944 presents photos that the inimitable Nina Leen shot for a December 1944 article, “Teen-Age Girls: They Live in a Wonderful World of Their Own.” Leen focused on a group of 12 girls, from 15 to 17 years old, living in Webster Groves, Mo., a suburb of St. Louis. The Invention of Teenagers: LIFE and the Triumph of Youth Culture |

'Reflections Of St. Louis' ~ St. Louis, MO

'Reflections Of St. Louis' ~ St. Louis, MO

The Jewel Box in Forest Park, St. Louis, Missouri

American Freedom Train

St. Louis Arch At Sunset

Fox Theatre ~ St. Louis, Missouri

The Fabulous Fox Theater – St. Louis |

Louis DeHatre stands behind the counter of his diner, "Louie's Place," at the St. Louis Municipal Flying Field, later named Lambert Field. DeHatre ran "Louie's Place" in the late 1920s and early 1930s. He collected and displayed photographs of his aviator patrons and their aircrafts. Missouri History Museum

Grants Farm St. Louis, MO

Exterior view of former White Castle number 18. Located at 6134 Easton Ave. in St. Louis, Missouri. White Castle sold the building in April of 1939. Sign on building reads Brock & Wright Sandwich Shop.

Exterior view of White Castle number 24. Located at 6000 Chippewa St. in St. Louis, Missouri. Opened on November 13, 1937. Photograph was taken December 21, 1949.

CDV US Sanitary Commission Fair

Blue Orange Arch, St. Louis, Missouri

City Museum, St. Louis. There's a few kids I know who'd love this.. I love it and look at me, I'm 17! So much details.

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The Mississippi Valley Sanitary Fair in 1864 was the Western Sanitary Commission’s biggest fund-raising event. The Western Sanitary Commission was established by General Frémont to provide relief for wounded soldiers, as well as citizens displaced by the war. The two-week, carnival-like affair served the dual purpose of providing a distraction to keep civilian morale high during a time of war and netting more than $550,000 to benefit the WSC's efforts. Missouri History Museum

St. Louis, Missouri

Barnes Jewish Hospital—Center for Advanced Medicine ST. LOUIS, MO Barnes-Jewish Hospital/Washington University, in St. Louis, Mo., came in 15th in the U.S. News Best Hospitals 2013-2014 ranking.

Barnes Jewish Hospital—Center for Advanced Medicine ST. LOUIS, MO

Falstaff Brewing was the story of two St. Louis based brewing families, the Lemps and Griesediecks.

Blue Arch Alley, St. Louis, Missouri

Crowd at the Jockey Club in Fairgrounds Park watching the St. Louis Derby in 1896. Missouri History Museum