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Mrs. A.L. Dyke and daughter Frances touring Forest Park in a French-built, 1900 DeDion Quadricycle.

Mrs. A.L. Dyke and daughter Frances touring Forest Park in a French-built, 1900 DeDion Quadricycle.

Forest Park, entrance pillars to Jewel Box drive with rear view of Jewel Box at right. (1940) Missouri History Museum

Forest Park, entrance pillars to Jewel Box drive with rear view of Jewel Box at right. (1940) Missouri History Museum

University Of Missouri, Columbia, MO. (1905) Is someone on your gift list a graduate of Mizzou? Give them a historical print of their alma mater from the Missouri History Museum's photos & prints collection. Framed prints start at $29.95. Browse our collections search for more: http://collections.mohistory.org/search/

University Of Missouri, Columbia, MO. (1905) Is someone on your gift list a graduate of Mizzou? Give them a historical print of their alma mater from the Missouri History Museum's photos & prints collection. Framed prints start at $29.95. Browse our collections search for more: http://collections.mohistory.org/search/

"Miss Zamora, the native Filipino teacher instructing an Igorrote pupil in reading." (1904 World's Fair, Philippine Reservation). Missouri History Museum

"Miss Zamora, the native Filipino teacher instructing an Igorrote pupil in reading." (1904 World's Fair, Philippine Reservation). Missouri History Museum

The Spirit of St. Louis arrives at Lambert Field, 17 June 1927. ©Missouri History Museum

The Spirit of St. Louis arrives at Lambert Field, 17 June 1927. ©Missouri History Museum

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

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

Missouri Volunteer Militia troops set up Camp Jackson in Lindell Grove on May 6, 1861. Secessionist Gov Clairborne Jackson planned to capture the US Arsenal in StL. On May 10, Union soldiers captured the militia at Camp Jackson. As Union troops brought prisoners back, crowds lined the streets of StL and shots were fired. Some claimed Union soldiers fired first, others that they fired in self-defense. 28 soldiers & civilians died, the 1st casualties of the Civil War in Mo. Missouri History…

Missouri Volunteer Militia troops set up Camp Jackson in Lindell Grove on May 6, 1861. Secessionist Gov Clairborne Jackson planned to capture the US Arsenal in StL. On May 10, Union soldiers captured the militia at Camp Jackson. As Union troops brought prisoners back, crowds lined the streets of StL and shots were fired. Some claimed Union soldiers fired first, others that they fired in self-defense. 28 soldiers & civilians died, the 1st casualties of the Civil War in Mo. Missouri History…

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