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St. Louis County

Levee Scene Showing Eads Bridge

Eads Bridge Showing the Skyline of St. Louis

Eads Bridge, Mississippi River

Eads Bridge, Mississippi River

Eads Bridge [1920]

McKliney Bridge, St. Louis [actually, McKinley Bridge]

Sportsman's Park

St. Louis Parlor Car Service

View of St. Louis from the Air

Lambert Field, St. Louis Municipal Airport, Six Miles from City Limits on Natural Bridge Road

Fountain in Union Station Plaza

Civic Center at Night

U. S. Post Office

Historic Court House [1906]

City Hall [1908]

New Municipal Auditorium

Municipal Bridge

General Douglas McArthur Bridge (formerly Municipal Bridge)

Soldan High School

St. Louis University Bldgs.

Civil Court Building, with Statue of Laclede

Zion Ev. Church

Masonic Temple

The Old Cathedral

General U. S. Grant's Home

Park Plaza and Hotel Chase

Park Plaza and Chase Hotels from Lindell Blvd., Entrance to Forest Park

Art Museum, Forest Park

Advertising Card for F. C. Taylor, the Power House of the Fur Trade, S. E. Corner Main & Walnut [1909]

New Bell Telephone Building

The Park Plaza Hotel

Bluffs along the Mississippi River

Catholic Cathedral

St. Luke's Hospital

Jefferson Memorial in Forest Park

The Jewel Box, Forest Park

Scene in Forest Park

Bronze Statue of St. Louis Art Hill - Forest Park

A Winter Sunset, Forest Park

Nathan Frank Band Stand in Forest Park

Reservoir Park

Lafayette Park

"Juno" Shaw's Garden

Lily Pond, Shaw's Garden

Lindell Blvd., Entrance to Forest Park

Forest Park Driveway

Public Swimming Pool Fair Grounds Park

Creve Coeur Lake, near St. Louis

Budweiser Clydesdales [double wide card]

King Bros. Motel, Junction 40-61 and 66-67

Masonic Orphans Home, Main Building


The Saum Apartment Hotel, 1919 South Grand Boulevard

Court House [1905]

Court House [pre-1907]

Shaw's Garden [1909]

The Old Cathedral

Broadway amd Olive [pre-1907]

Administration Building, City Hospital [1913]

Union Station

Union Station, Largest in the World [1909]
World's Fair, 1904 St. Louis Flood, undated, but after 1903

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