2020 St. Louis Chapter of SAH Architecture Around the World Lecture Series

SLPL’s Steedman Architectural Library and the Society of Architectural Historians St. Louis Chapter and Missouri Valley Chapters invites you to attend our 2020 lecture series.  The series kicks off with speaker Thomas Grady on February 25 at 6:30 p.m. at Central Library.  

This year’s slate of presenters and talks includes: 

February 25
Thomas C. Grady, author & former Landmarks Commissioner
“A Clear Record – The Lost St. Louis Riverfront 1930 – 1943”

March 24
Esley Hamilton, Past Preservation Historian, St. Louis County Parks
"Christopher Wren's St. Mary Aldermanbury: A Masterwork of English Baroque in Fulton, Missouri"

April 28
Aaron Frei, Emil Frei & Associates
“The Art and History of Stained Glass”

September 22
Bill Hart, Executive Director, Missouri Preservation
“Places in Peril – 2020”

October 27
Karen Bode Baxter, Architectural Historian and Preservation Specialist
“St. Louis Globe Democrat Building/St. Louis Post-Dispatch Building”

November 17
John C. Guenther, FAIA, LEED AP
“St. Louis Gold: AIA Gold Medalists Who Have Designed Buildings in St. Louis”

Mark your calendars for this informative architectural history series.  Everyone is welcome at any of our SAH talks.   All talks are held in the Training Room on the Second Floor at Central Library.  Prior the lecture, the Steedman Architectural Library will be open from 6:00 to 6:25 p.m.  If you have any additional questions, please contact webref@slpl.org or call 314-539-0383.  

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