Admiral - St. Louis Riverfront. A Roscoe Misselhorn drawing.
A 1946 aerial view of St. Louis and nearby area made from an altitude of 16,000 feet with infrared film and filter. Mississippi River in foreground; Missouri River in background. Photo by Art Witman of the Post-Dispatch
Today the St. Louis Blues call downtown's Scottrade Center home, but many of you likely have fond memories of their former home—the St. Louis Arena. Opened in 1929 in St. Louis's Dogtown neighborhood, the Arena was known as the Checkerdome from 1977 to 1983 after the building and the team were purchased by Ralston Purina. The iconic St. Louis building was demolished after the Blues moved to their new home, the Kiel Center (now the Scottrade Center), in 1994.
Driver and passengers in an early automobile, 1900-1910. Swekosky Notre Dame College Collection, Missouri History Museum.
Crowds on the Twelfth Street grandstands during a parade to welcome home the 12th Engineers from World War I, 1919. Swekosky Notre Dame College Collection, Missouri History Museum.
World War I veterans of the 12th Engineers parade down Twelfth Street, 1919. Swekosky Notre Dame College Collection, Missouri History Museum.
altar, menino jesus de praga, icrsp / The High Altar at Saint Francis de Sales stands 52 feet tall and features a painted sculpture of the Crucifixion in its upper register. / Saint Francis de Sales Oratory, Saint Louis, MO.
St. Louis Botanical Gardens, St. Louis Missouri
Photo of downtown St. Louis, taken 18-Oct, 2015 by U.S. astronaut Scott Kelly from the International Space Station.
McDowell Medical College, St. Louis, Missouri.
Noah's Ark, St. Charles, Missouri (Inside)
The Goldenrod Showboat entertained visitors for the better part of the 20th century, but it will soon be reduced to a pile of scrap. The boat closed for business in 2001
10-Story Slide at the City Museum in St. Louis Missouri
Slam Stan: Super Bowl Commercial 2016
Tilt shift photo of Busch stadium
Calvary Cemetery, St Louis, MO by angela
Walt Disney and Riverfront Square Part 9