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St. Louis, Missouri - Interest places


St. Louis, Missouri - Interest places

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John French - French formed the St. Louis Motor Carriage Company in 1900 with George P. Dorriss. They produced 85 automobles. Ironically, Mr. French died as a result of an automobile accident in Pittsburgh. He was on a business trip & took a trial spin in a new car & collided with another car. He suffered severe head injuries when he was thrown from his vehicle.

Gateway Arch on May 14, 1968, just days before the official dedication ceremony held on May 25. Photograph by Henry T. Mizuki. Mac Mizuki Photography Studio Collection, Missouri History Museum. | collections.mohis...

Gateway Arch on May 14, 1968, just days before the official dedication ceremony held on May 25. Photograph by Henry T. Mizuki. Mac Mizuki Photography Studio Collection, Missouri History Museum. | collections.mohis...

Photograph taken in January 1967 showing a view of the Gateway Arch from the stands at Busch Stadium. The stadium had been open for just one season. Photograph by Henry T. Mizuki. Mac Mizuki Photography Studio Collection, Missouri History Museum. | collections.mohis...

Photograph taken in January 1967 showing an exterior view of Busch Stadium. The stadium had seen just one season, having opened in 1966. Photograph by Henry T. Mizuki. Mac Mizuki Photography Studio Collection, Missouri History Museum. | collections.mohis...

People walk across the frozen Mississippi River from East St. Louis to St. Louis on Feb. 12, 1936. The Municipal (later MacArthur) Bridge piers are in the background. (Lou Phillips/Post-Dispatch)

A Look Back • When the Mississippi River froze over : News

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Arch at Olive Street and Twelfth Street (looking east on Olive) erected for the Grand Army of the Republic reunion, August 1887. Missouri History Museum

Sunset Cirrus Clouds

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Ford Motor Company's first automobile plant in St. Louis at 4100 Forest Park Avenue.

Chippewa Drug Company, 4201 South Kingshighway. Dates: 1930-1940. Now the site of Jack 'n the Box at Chippewa and Kingshighway. | collections.mohis...

Chippewa Drug Company, 4201 South Kingshighway. Dates: 1930-1940. Now the site of Jack 'n the Box at Chippewa and Kingshighway. | collections.mohis...

Chippewa Drug Company, 4201 South Kingshighway. Dates: 1930-1940. Now the site of Jack 'n the Box at Chippewa and Kingshighway. | collections.mohis...

Sears - Roebuck and Company (South Side Store). 3708 South Grand Boulevard. Date: 1946. | collections.mohis...

Famous-Barr | The Department Store Museum: Famous-Barr Co., St. Louis, Missouri

The Department Store Museum: Famous-Barr Co., St. Louis, Missouri

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Famous-Barr | The Department Store Museum: Famous-Barr Co., St. Louis, Missouri

The Department Store Museum: Famous-Barr Co., St. Louis, Missouri

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Arena home of the St. Louis Blues

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The St. Louis Arena was an indoor arena, located in St. Louis, Missouri, that stood from 1929 to 1999. It was home to the St. Louis Blues and various other sports franchises.

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The Arena. Drove past it daily during my college years.

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St. Louis Blues Arena

The St. Louis Arena, 1929. Notice Dogtown to the west. So cool.

The St. Louis Arena during demolition, February 27, 1999.

Great moments at the St. Louis Arena : Gallery

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