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In the photo below you can see two Falstaff wagons passing each other at the intersection of Cherokee Street and South Seventh Street (now South Broadway). The row of buildings on the right were rental properties owned by the DeMenil family. Looming in the background, where Cherokee veers to the left, is the outline of the DeMenil Mansion.


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This is view of the Demenil Mansion was taken from South Seventh Street. The most obvious thing about the photo, of course, is the Falstaff beer wagon in the foreground. On the left is the northernmost building in a row of ten two-story brick rental houses that were built by Nicolas DeMenil in 1879.

Cherokee Street, back in the day.


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Cherokee Street in St. Louis.