Dena Lange Research Collection

Accession Number: SC 19:41
Location: RB-M
Dates: 1958-1977
Size: 3 record cartons, 2 slide boxes; 3.4 cubic feet
Creator/Collector: Dena Lange
Acquisition info: Donated to SLPL by Richard W. Stegmann, June 2019
Accruals: No accruals expected
Custodial history: Researched and collected by Dena Lange before being donated to SLPL
Language: English
Processed by: Melissa Miller, July 2019
Conservation notes: Some items removed from binders and placed in acid-free folders
Scope and Content: The collection contains Dena Lange’s research notes and publications for the St. Louis Public Schools. Items include study prints, type-written manuscripts, bound manuscripts, news clippings, and handwritten notes, photographs, and slides.
Arrangement: Chronological; kept in original order
Restrictions: Permission required to reproduce images
Remarks: Subject index with box and folder numbers included at end

Dena Lange Research Collection
1939-1977
3 record cartons, 2 slide boxes; 3.4 cubic feet

Box/Folder Description
1/1 Finding Aid
1/2 Lange Family Genealogy Research
1/3 Manuscript, 1764-1864, Table of Contents and Index
1/4 Manuscript, 1764-1864, Chapter I: The Redman
1/5 Manuscript, 1764-1864, Chapter II: Settlers
1/6 Manuscript, 1764-1864, Chapter III: Spanish Rule
1/7 Manuscript, 1764-1864, Chapter IV: St. Louis Transfer
1/8 Manuscript, 1764-1864, Chapter V: Fur Trade
1/9 Manuscript, 1764-1864, Chapter VI: Early St. Louis
1/10 Manuscript, 1764-1864, Chapter VII: Expeditions
1/11 Manuscript, 1764-1864, Chapter VIII: Mountain Men
1/12 Manuscript, 1764-1864, Chapter IX: Scientists and Geographers
1/13 Manuscript, 1764-1864, Chapter X: Artists and Illustrators
1/14 Manuscript, 1764-1864, Chapter XI: Child of the River Becomes Parent of the West
1/15 Manuscript, 1764-1864, Chapter XII: Hotels
1/16 Manuscript, 1764-1864, Chapter XIII: Entertainers
1/17 Manuscript, 1764-1864, Chapter XIV: Missionaries
1/18 Manuscript, 1764-1864, Chapter XV: Royalty and Nobility
1/19 Manuscript, 1764-1864, Chapter XVI: Statesmen
1/20 Manuscript, 1764-1864, Chapter XVII: Military
1/21 Manuscript, 1764-1864, Chapter XVIII: Professionals
1/22 Manuscript, 1764-1864, Chapter XIX: Writers
1/23 Manuscript, 1764-1864, Chapter XX: Presidents
1/24 Manuscript, 1764-1864, Chapter XXI: Unwelcome Guests
1/25 Manuscript, 1764-1864, XXII: Civil War Period
1/26 Manuscript, 1865-1964, Table of Contents and Index
1/27 Manuscript, 1865-1964, Chapter I: Events and Happenings
1/28 Manuscript, 1865-1964, Chapter II: Transportation
1/29 Manuscript, 1865-1964, Chapter III: Accommodations
1/30 Manuscript, 1865-1964, Chapter IV: Places of Entertainment
1/31 Manuscript, 1865-1964, Chapter V: Conventions and Celebrations
1/32 Manuscript, 1865-1964, Chapter VI: World’s Fair
1/33 Manuscript, 1865-1964, Chapter VII: Presidents and Statesmen
1/34 Manuscript, 1865-1964, Chapter VIII: Royalty and Nobility
1/35 Manuscript, 1865-1964, Chapter IX: Military
1/36 Manuscript, 1865-1964, Chapter X: Artists and Architects
1/37 Manuscript, 1865-1964, Chapter XI: Writers
1/38 Manuscript, 1865-1964, Chapter XII: Entertainers
1/39 Manuscript, 1865-1964, Chapter XIII: Sports
1/40 Manuscript, 1865-1964, Chapter XIV: Religion
1/41 Manuscript, 1865-1964, Chapter XV: Professionals
1/42 Manuscript, 1865-1965, Table of Contents and Index
1/43 Manuscript, 1865-1965, Chapter IV: Travel Made Easier
1/44 Manuscript, 1865-1965, Chapter V: Railroads and Street Transportation
1/45 Manuscript, 1865-1965, Chapter VI: Horses Supply Power
1/46 Manuscript, 1865-1965, Chapter VII: Electric Street Transportation
2/1 Manuscript, 1865-1965, Chapter VII: World’s Fair
2/2 Manuscript, 1865-1965, Chapter IX: World War I Restricts Travel
2/3 Manuscript, 1865-1965, Chapter X: Great Depression
2/4 Manuscript, 1865-1965, Chapter XI: WWII
2/5 Manuscript, 1865-1965, Chapter XII: Bicentennial
2/6 Manuscript, 1865-1965, Chapter XIII: 1964 and Onward
2/7 Misc. Items

-Jefferson Memorial booklet

-Literary St. Louis booklet; 1969

-Maps

2/8 News Clippings; 1966-1977 (17)
2/9 Photographs
2/10 Research Notes (28)
2/11 Study Prints, Part I, The Settlement of St. Louis

-Booklet (2)

-A Dream of Land across the Sea

-Pierre Laclede Liguest

-The Keel Boat Brings Laclede up the River

-Laclede Stops at Ste. Genevieve

-A Plan for the Settlement

-A Name for the Village

-Laclede’s House (Government House), Built in 1764

-Madame Rene Auguste Chouteau, 1733-1814

-Madame Rene Auguste Chouteau’s Home, Built in 1768

-Auguste Chouteau, Sr., 1750-1839

-Home of Auguste Chouteau, Sr.

-Pierre Chouteau, Sr., 1758-1849

-Town House of Pierre Chouteau, Sr

-Country Home of Pierre Chouteau, Sr.

-Beaugenou House, Built in 1765

2/12 Study Prints, Part II, St. Louis under French and Spanish Rule

-Booklet (2)

-The Buffalo Hunt

-An Indian Fur Trading Village (Dacota Village)

-Fur Trapper

-Bull Boats

-Flat Boat

-Home of Manuel Lisa

-Mrs. Manuel Lisa

-The Village is Fortified (Fort San Carlos)

-Our Indian Relations (Chief Pontiac)

-Signers of the Agreement to Build the First Church in St. Louis: 1770

-The Church in Early St. Louis

-Madame Bernard Pratte (Emilie Sauveur Labadie)

-Some Homes in Old St. Louis

-Don Carlos de Hault Delassus

2/13 Study Prints, Part III, St. Louis, Child of the River, Becomes the Parent of the West

-Booklet

-The Closing of the Mississippi by Spain in 1802

-St. Louis Becomes a Part of the United States in 1803: The Louisiana Purchase

-St. Louis under Three Flags

-The Transfer of Upper Louisiana: March 9, 1804

-Charles Gratiot, Sr.

-The Gratiot Town Home

-Gratiot Farm House

-St. Louis and the Opening of the West: Lewis and Clark Expedition

-Sacajawea, the Birdwoman

-Dr. Antoine Francois Saugrain

-Dr. Saugrain’s Home

-St. Louis Goes to Press

-The Missouri Gazette

-Spreading the News

2/14 Study Prints, Part IV, St. Louis Becomes a City and Missouri a State

-Booklet

-Ferries Bring Newcomers to St. Louis

-St. Louis Becomes a City and Elects a Mayor

-Bennett’s Mansion House Hotel: Scene of Framing of Missouri Constitution, 1820

-The Missouri Hotel: Meeting Place of First Missouri Legislature

-Alexander McNair: First Governor of Missouri

-Senator David Barton

-Senator Thomas Hart Benton

-The American Fur Company

-Fort Union: An American Fur Company Outpost

-Pierre Chouteau, Jr.: 1788-1865

-Home of Pierre Chouteau, Jr.

-Fort Laramie

-Interior of Fort Laramie

-Rendezvous

-The Old Market House

-The Old Rock House or Lisa Warehouse

2/15 Study Prints, Part V, Life in the City of St. Louis in the 1820s

-Booklet (2)

-The Charette or French Cart, 1818

-Creole Woman and Child, 1818

-A Young Boy in Old St. Louis

-A Lady of Fashion in 1818

-The Town Home of Judge William C. Carr

-Hazelwood: Country Home of Judge William C. Carr

-The Berthold Mansion

-Residence of Major William Christy

-John P. Cabanne’s Country Homestead, 1819

-The First Brick Church and College, 1820

-"Vide-Poche" or Carondelet

-Old Carondelet

-Chouteau’s Lake

-The Wood-Boat and Jolly Flatboatmen

2/16 Study Prints, Part VI, St. Louis: The Gateway to the West

-St. Louis Levee, 1836

-Mail Coach Line, 1839

-Thomas Fiveash Riddick

-First Ward Schoolhouse, 1843

-St. Louis University, Founded 1829

-The National Hotel, 1832

-St. Louis Hospital, 1837

-St. Louis Theater

-Beginning of the Presbyterian Church in St. Louis

-Catholic Cathedral, 1835

-Beaumont Place

-The Old Courthouse

-Turf House on the Plains

-The Prairie Burial

-The Concealed Enemy

2/17 Study Prints, Part VII, St. Louis in the 1840s and 1850s

-Booklet

-Old St. Louis, 1843

-Old St. Louis, 1842

-Firemen and Fire Companies

-The Central Fire Department

-The Omnibus

-The Broadway: St. Louis, May 1858

-The Old Russell Farm: Home of Thomas Allen

-The Grant Cabin

-Grand and Olive in 1850

-Mercantile Library

-Schoolhouse No. 3: Benton School

-Washington University

-McDowell Medical College

-Verandah Row and the Ten Buildings

-Early Banks

-St. Louis, 1853

-St. Louis, 1855

2/18 Study Prints, Part VIII, City Builders of the 1850s and 1860s

-Booklet (2)

-Lucas Place

-Home of James Lucas

-Prominent St. Louis Women (Anne Lucas Hunt, The Soulard Sisters, and Jessie Benton Fremont)

-The Campbell House

-Henry Shaw

-Shaw’s City Home

-Early Street Transportation

-Senator Benton and the Early Railroads

-The Pacific Railroad

-Henry Taylor Blow, 1817-1875

-Collier White Lead and Oil Works

-The Brewing Industry (Lemp Brewery and Bavarian Brewery)

-St. Louis: Large Baking Center

-JL Isaacs: Home Decorators

-The Planters House

-Aboard the Steamer Republic

-The Curbstone Market

2/19 Study Prints, Part IX, Civil War Days

-Booklet (2)

-Sale of Slaves on the Court House Steps

-Dred Scott Becomes a National Figure

-Robert E. Lee in St. Louis

-Ulysses S. Grant: Wood Hauler, General, President

-Nathaniel Lyon: The US Arsenal

-Camp Jackson: Site of the First Battle in Missouri

-Battle of Wilson’s Creek: St. Louis Generals Participate

-Jefferson Barracks: A Part of St. Louis

-Gratiot Street Prison

-The Western Sanitary Commission: James E. Yeatman

-A St. Louis General, Philip Sheridan, Is Entertained

-William Tecumseh Sherman: General Sherman’s Funeral in St. Louis

-David Nicholson: Domestic and Foreign Goods

-Sugar and Spice: The Belcher Sugar Refinery

-A Tribute to a Great Statesman: Thomas Hart Benton

-Ex-President Grant and Mrs. Grant Are Feted at the Palace Hotel in 1879

-The Grants Are Entertained at Belmont

-Saturday

3/1 Study Prints, Part X, St. Louis in the Seventies: 1870-1880

-Booklet (2)

-St. Louis Expands: New Boundaries Are Set

-The Golden Age of Steamboating

-James Buchanan Eads

-An Invitation to the Opening of Eads Bridge

-Eads Bridge Spans the Mississippi River

-Twelfth Street Bridge over Mill Creek Valley

-The Union Depot

-St. Louis Agricultural and Mechanical Fair

-Democratic National Convention Held in St. Louis: June 27-29, 1876

-Tony Faust Restaurant and Oyster House: An Institution of Excellent Food

-The Lindell Hotels

-Outdoor Music in the Seventies

-The Race of the Robert E. Lee and the Natchez from New Orleans to St. Louis

-Susan Elizabeth Blow

-Eugene Field: The Poet

-Newspapers of the 1870’s (Globe-Democrat and Post-Dispatch)

-Disasters of the 1870’s (Southern Hotel Fire and Ice)

-Kerry Patch: St. Patrick’s Day Parade

-The Board of Education, 1876

-Higher Education in the St. Louis Public Schools

3/2

Study Prints, Part XI, St. Louis in the Eighties

-Booklet

-St. Louis Levee, 1880

-Lindell Boulevard from Channing to Kingshighway

-The Southern Hotel

-The Exposition Building

-A National Pennant Comes to St. Louis: The St. Louis Browns

-Street Car Transportation in the Eighties

-Cast and Wrought Iron

-When Santa Was Younger: Cast Iron Toys

-The Growing St. Louis Needs Machinery

-Stoves for Sale

-St. Louis: Leader in Boots and Shoes

-The Missouri Mule: Horse and Mule Markets

-His Mysterious Majesty: The Veiled Prophet

-Mark Twain: Pilot and Author

-Pleasant Pastimes

-Democratic National Convention Held in St. Louis: June 5-7, 1888

-A Kaffee Klatsch

-The Soda Fountain

3/3 Study Prints, Part XII, St. Louis in the Gay Nineties

-Booklet

-Gala Street Scene of the 90s

-Fashions of the Gay Nineties

-Mrs. Mary Christy Church Scanlan: Society Leader

-Youth and Beauty on the Wheel

-The Republican National Convention Held in St. Louis: June 16, 17, 18, 1896

-Museum of Fine Arts: Art in St. Louis

-The Olympic Theater: Before the Movies or TV

-Dry Goods: William Barr Company, Famous, Scruggs Vandervoort & Barney

-Rocks and Clay

-The Last Race for Free Land

-The Tornado of 1896

-St. Louis Union Station

-Vandeventer Place: A Magic Memory of Elegant Living

-Horseless Carriages of the Nineties

-Get Out and Get Under: The First Filling Station in the World

-Mermod and Jaccard Jewelry Company

-The Barber Shop

-The Butcher Shop

3/4 Study Prints, Part XIII, St. Louis at the Turn of a Century: 1900-1910

-Booklet

-St. Louis Street Scene at the Turn of a Century

-Horsepower at the Turn of a Century

-Sounds of the Streets in the 1900’s

-Paul Tietjens and "The Wizard of Oz"

-Scenes from "The Crisis"

-Street Sprinklers

-Gaslight Era

-Before the Supermarket

-Curb Service

-Woman’s Work is Never Done

-"St. Louis Blues" and William Christopher Handy

-The Old World Changes Giving Place to the New

-Sunday Afternoon

-Kindergarten Class, 1907

-Fire Departments at the Turn of the Century

-The Showboat

-Seeing is Believing

-Harris Teachers College

-Edward Wyman School

-Something New in St. Louis Public Schools

-Murals in the Yeatman and McKinley High Schools

3/5 Study Prints, Part XIV, St. Louis World’s Fair

-Booklet

-Map of the St. Louis World’s Fair Grounds

-Driving the First Stake for the Louisiana Purchase Exposition

-Lifting the First Sod

-Dedication Day: April 30, 1903

-Opening Day: April 30, 1904

-Festival Hall: Clear, Pure, Wholesome Water

-Missouri Building

-Palace of Electricity

-Japanese Imperial Gardens

-The Philippine Exhibit

-Miss Alice Roosevelt: The President’s Daughter

-The President’s Day

-Closing Day: December 1, 1904

-First Successful Flight of an Airship

-Olympic Games: St. Louis, 1904

-The Palace of Art, The Bird Cage: A Smithsonian Institute Exhibit

-The Administration Building, The Jefferson Memorial

-Statue of St. Louis

3/6 Study Prints, Part XV, A Decade of Civic Pride: World War I

-Booklet (2)

-Street Scenes: St. Louis, 1910-1920

-Pageant and Masque of St. Louis, 1914

-Scenes from the Pageant and Masque of St. Louis, May 1914

-Early Days of Municipal Theatre ("As You Like It" and "Aida")

-"Robin Hood": First Performance Given by Municipal Theatre Association, 1919

-The St. Louis Zoo

-St. Louis and World War I

-Reconstruction after World War I: Contributions of Some St. Louisans

-Some Came Marching Back, Some Did Not Come Home

-The Reredos and Tower of Christ Church Cathedral

-St. Louis Roman Catholic Cathedral and Its Mosaics

-Barnes Hospital

-Entrances to Private Residential Streets

-Beautiful St. Louis Homes: Gracious Living

-The Other Side: Slums

-Time for Refreshment

-Missouri Athletic Club Fire: March 9, 1914

-Something New in Music: The Phonograph

3/7 Study Prints, Part XVI, St. Louis in the Roaring, Soaring Twenties

-Booklet (2)

-A Street Scene in the 1920s

-The Roaring 20s: Flapper Fashion

-Bevo Mill: Dry Days in St. Louis

-Early Days of Radio: KSD

-Stars of Early Radio: St. Louis Is on the Air

-Miss Elda Vettori: Metropolitan Opera Star

-Fannie Hurst: Short Story Writer, Novelist

-Justice Louis Dembitz Brandeis of the Supreme Court: An Interlude in St. Louis

-Charles A. Lindbergh and the "Spirit of St. Louis"

-The World Celebrates the Spirit of St. Louis

-St. Louis Cardinals: 1926 Pennant Winners

-The Cardinals, World Champions 1926: Ol’ Pete’s Glorious Awakening

-Views of the St. Louis Tornado: September 29, 1927

-The Music Pagoda: Nathan Frank Band Stand

-A Fond Look Back

-Early Picture Shows

-Shapleigh Hardware Company

-Fashionable Restaurants

-Woman Suffrage: St. Louis League of Women Voters

3/8 Study Prints, Part XVII, St. Louis in the Nineteen Thirties

-Booklet

-Good-by to Fond Memories

-The St. Louis Riverfront in the Nineteen Thirties

-The Demolition of Our Riverfront: St. Louis, Gateway to New Frontiers

-Memorial Plaza

-Aloe Plaza, Carl Milles Fountain

-The Great Depression

-The River Des Peres Sewer

-Street Repairs in the Thirties: Blocks, Rocks, and Bricks in Revolt

-The Express Highway

-Early Waterworks

-Chain of Rocks and Howard Bend Waterworks

-The Jewel Box: The Soul of St. Louis

-The Park Plaza Hotel

-The Central St. Louis Public Library

-New Types of Architecture: Shell and Arcade Buildings

-St. Louis: A Shipbuilding Center

-Drugs

-Wheels Make the World Go ‘Round

-Weather in St. Louis

-School Days: Vacation

3/9 Study Prints, Part XVIII, St. Louis in the Nineteen Forties

-Booklet

-Birth of the Atomic Age

-Pearl Harbor

-Edward O’Hare: Lieutenant Commander, US Navy

-Raid on Tokyo: James Doolittle

-VE Day

-Unconditional Surrender

-Federal Relief Agencies in St. Louis

-Women at Work in World War II

-Trials of World War II: Rationing, Scrap Collecting, and Blackout

-Smoke Elimination: Black Tuesday

-Growth of the Supermarket in St. Louis

-St. Louis, an Electrical Center: Early Days

-Post War Demand for Electrical Appliances

-Electricity Takes Drudgery out of the Home

-Keokuk Dam: A Hydro-Electric Plant

-Slum Clearance

-Housing Projects in North St. Louis: Pruitt-Igoe Apartments

-A Neighborhood with a Story

-Put a Light in the Window: St. Louis Carolers

3/10 Study Prints, Part XX, St. Louis Leads the Way (I)

-A National Monument: The Eero Saarinen Arch

-St. Louis in the 1960’s: West from Twelfth Street

-Largest Greenhouse in the World: The Climatron

-Seeing Stars: The McDonnell Planetarium

-Something to Squeal About: Hog Market

-An Interesting Harvest: Hats

-The Magnificent Clydesdale Horses of Anheuser Busch

-The Nation’s Largest Filing Cabinet: Army Record Center

-Keep Them Rolling: Auto Parts

-Chow Time: Purina Mills

-Taum Sauk: Pumped Storage Power Plant

-St. Louis Leads the Way in Chemicals I: Mallinckrodt

-St. Louis Leads the Way in Chemicals II: Monsanto

-Glow Little Firefly: Sigma Chemical Company

-The Glass Industry: Mississippi Glass Company

-Kilns, Old and New: Walsh Refractories

-A Project of Great Magnitude: Air Pollution

-Marching Onward: The Salvation Army

-Merchants’ Exchange

-Concordia Seminary: Lutheran Theological School

3/11 Study Prints, Part XXI, St. Louis Leads the Way (II)

-Booklet

-An Everchanging Skyline: Kingshighway from Forest Park

-Adventures into Space: McDonnell Douglas Corporation

-That Fabulous Phantom

-A Messenger in Space: Mercury Capsule

-Gemini Space Capsule

-Charting in the Aerospace Age

-Propulsion Engine Test Cell: Sverdrup, Parcel and Associates

-It’s in the Bag: Bemis Bag Company, Chase Bag Company

-You Can Bank on It: Bank Building and Equipment Corporation

-I Love a Uniform: Angelica Uniform Company

-All aboard the Zoo Line

-Let’s Live Downtown: Plaza Square Apartments

-Ol’ Man River Has a Past: River Room at Missouri Historical Society

-Houses of Worship Reflect the Age

-The Golden Girl of Opera: Grace Bumbry

-Junior Miss Fashions

-New Patters in the 60’s: Famous-Barr Garage

-St. Louis University Medical Center

-Washington University Medical Center

-The Wonderful World of Medicine

3/12 Study Prints, Part XXII, St. Louis in the Bicentennial Years

-Booklet

-Architectural Landmarks in St. Louis: Eads Bridge and Wainwright Building

-From Hops to History: Anheuser-Busch Brewery Becomes a National Landmark

-Early St. Louis Sculptors

-St. Louis Sculptors: More of the Classical

-St. Louis Sculptors: A Tendency toward Modern

-St. Louis Sculptors: More of the Modern I

-St. Louis Sculptors: More of the Modern II

-Rodney Winfield

-A St. Louis Sculptor and His Work: Clark Battle Fitzgerald

-Siegfried Reinhardt

-National Baseball Hall of Fame

-Stan Musial

-Arthur Ashe

-Henry Armstrong: Tops in Boxing

-St. Louis: Bowling Capitol of the World

-Mr. Football Makes the Hall of Fame: The Irrepressible Jimmy Conzelman

-The "Big Blue": Bob Pettit

-Josephine Baker

-Washington University: From Eliot to Eliot

-Why Does a Man Climb a Mountain?: Dr. Hornbein Climbs Mt. Everest

-St. Louis Has a Break, a Water Break

-Inroads into Forest Park

3/13 Study Prints, Unknown Part

-The February Twister of 1959

-Grace and Beauty Must Go: The Grand Avenue Bridge

-Laclede Gas Company Cooking School

-Lambert Airport

-Lambert-St. Louis Municipal Airport

-Manufactured Gas and Early Storage

-Mr. Dwight Filley Davis: The Davis Cup

-Natural Gas

-O’Fallon Technical High School

-The Pius XII Memorial Library

-St. Louis and the Nobel Prize (Dr. Edward A. Doisy, Thomas Stearns Eliot, and Dr. Arthur Holly Compton)

-St. Louis and the Nobel Prize: Team Winners (Dr. Carl F. Cori/Dr. Gerty T. Cori, Dr. Arthur Kornberg/Dr. Severo Ochoa, and Dr. Joseph Erlanger/Dr. Herbert S. Gasser)

-St. Louis and the Pulitzer Prize: Cartoons (Daniel R. Fitzpatrick and Bill Mauldin)

-St. Louis and the Pulitzer Prize: Drama (Tennessee Williams)

-St. Louis and the Pulitzer Prize: Newspapers and Newspaper Men

-St. Louis and the Pulitzer Prize: Poetry, Novel, Autobiography (Sara Teasdale, Josephine Winslow Johnson, Marianne Moore, Robert Lewis Taylor, and Charles Augustus Lindbergh)

-St. Louis Night Scene, 1959

-The St. Louis Riverfront Flood Project

-Underground Storage of Gas

3/- Lange, Dena and Merlin M. Ames. St. Louis: Child of the River, Parent of the West. St. Louis: Webster Publishing Company, 1939.
3/- Lange, Dena. A Century of Achievement in the St. Louis Public Schools. St. Louis: St. Louis Public Schools, 1953
4/- Slides; 1958-1960

-Family Photos; 1958-1960 (30)

-Research Slides (100)

5/- Slides

-Research Slides (40)

  Subjects

12th Street Bridge: 3/1; 3/- (Child of the River)

Abbott, Emma: 1/37; 1/42

Adams, Cassilly: 1/35; 1/44

Adams, Maude: 1/37; 1/47; 3/3

Addison, Kent: 3/12

Agnew, Spiro: 2/3

Ahe, Chris von der: 1/38; 1/44

Air Pollution: 2/6; 3/9; 3/10

Airport: 2/6

Airships: 3/5

Akins, Zoe: 1/36; 1/47; 3/13

Alcott, Bronson: 1/36; 1/42

Allen, Thomas: 1/15; 2/15

Aloe Plaza: 3/8

American Bar Association: 2/3

American Fur Co.: 2/11; 3/- (Child of the River)

Amundsen, Captain Roald: 1/40; 1/47

Anders, Theodor: 1/12

Anderson, Marian: 1/37; 2/1

Anderson, Paul: 3/13

Angelica Uniform Company: 3/11

Anheuser-Busch Brewery: 2/15; 3/10; 3/12

Anthony, Susan B.: 1/30; 1/42

Arcade Building: 3/8

The Arch: 3/10

Armstrong, Henry: 1/38; 2/1; 3/12

Armstrong, Louis: 1/37; 2/2

Arnold, Hillis: 3/12

Arthur, Julia: 1/37; 1/45; 3/3

Ashe, Arthur: 1/38; 2/1; 3/12

Atomic Age: 3/9

Audubon, John James: 1/12

Automobiles: 2/6; 3/3; 3/10

Baden-Powell, Lady Olave: 2/3

Bailey, Pearl: 2/3

Bainbridge, Emerson: 1/31; 1/46

Baker, Josephine: 1/37; 3/12

Bank Building and Equipment Company: 3/11

Barber Shops: 3/3

Barlum Hotel: 1/14

Barnes’ Hospital: 3/6; 3/- (Child of the River)

Barnes, Robert A.: 3/6

Baron Alfred d’Este: 1/33; 1/45

Barrymore, Ethel: 1/37; 1/47

Barton, Clara: 1/27; 1/42

Barton, Senator David: 2/11

Battle of Wilson’s Creek: 2/16

Battleship Missouri: 3/13

Beaugenou House: 2/8; 3/- (Child of the River)

Beaumont High School: 3/- (A Century of Achievement)

Beaumont Place: 2/13

Beauregard, General PG T.: 1/34; 1/44

Beckwourth, James P.: 1/10

Beecher, Henry Ward: 1/40; 1/44

Beer Gardens: 1/15

Belcher Sugar Refinery: 2/16; 3/- (Child of the River)

Bell Telephone Company: 3/- (Child of the River)

Bellefontaine Barracks: 1/19

Bemis Bag Company: 3/11

Benny, Jack: 1/37; 2/2

Benson, Sally: 1/36; 2/1

Benton School: 2/14; 3/- (A Century of Achievement)

Benton, Thomas Hart: 1/18; 1/35; 1/48; 2/11; 2/15; 2/16; 3/- (A Century of Achievement); 3/- (Child of the River)

Berlendes, Victor: 3/12

Bernhardt, Karl: 1/17

Bernhardt, Sarah: 1/37; 1/44

Berthold Mansion: 2/12

Bertrand, General Henri Gratien Comte: 1/19

Besche, Rubert de: 2/3

Bevo Mill Restaurant: 1/28; 1/47; 3/7

Biddle Market: 3/4

Bicycles: 3/3

Bingham, George Caleb: 1/12

The Bird Cage: 3/5

The Black Crooks: 1/37; 1/42

Black Hawk: 1/3

Black Tuesday: 3/9

Blewett Junior High School: 3/- (A Century of Achievement)

Blind Tom: 1/15

Blow, Henry Taylor: 1/42; 2/15

Blow, Susan: 1/40; 1/43; 3/1

Boatmen’s Bank: 2/14; 3/- (Child of the River)

Boats: 1/13

Bodmer, Karl: 1/12

Booker T. Washington Technical High School: 3/- (A Century of Achievement)

Boone, Daniel: 1/5; 3/- (Child of the River)

Boone, Nathan: 1/5; 1/9

Booth, Edwin: 1/15

Booth, John Wilkes: 1/15

Brackenridge, Henri Marie: 1/8; 1/21

Bradbury, John: 1/11

Brandeis, Justice Louis Demnitz: 1/9; 1/17; 1/43; 3/7

Breckenridge Long Home: 3/6

Bridger, Jim: 1/8

Bringhurst, Robert Porter: 3/12

Britton, Helene Hathaway: 1/38

Broadway: 2/14; 3/4; 3/- (A Century of Achievement); 3/- (Child of the River)

Brown, Mr.: 1/15

Bull Boats: 2/9; 3/- (Child of the River)

Bulow, Dr. Hans von: 1/37; 1/45

Bumbry, Grace: 1/37; 2/2; 3/11

Burlingame, Sheila: 3/12

Burr, Aaron: 1/6

Burton, Nelson: 3/12

Butcher Shops: 3/3

Butterfield Overland Mail: 1/13

Bynner, Witter: 1/36; 1/47

Cabanne, John P.: 2/12; 3/- (Child of the River)

Cable Cars: 1/27; 1/44

Camp Jackson: 2/16

Campbell, Elmer Simms: 1/35; 2/1

Campbell House: 2/15

Cannon, James: 1/31; 1/46

Cannon, Captain John W.: 1/27; 1/43

Capitol Oyster Saloon and Restaurant: 3/1

Carey, WM: 1/12

Carolers: 3/9

Carondelet: 2/12

Carr, Judge William C.: 2/12; 3/- (Child of the River)

Carr Square Village: 3/9

Carriages: 1/13; 1/27; 1/44

Carrol, Roman: 1/31; 1/46

Carroll, Anna Ella: 1/14

Carson, Kit: 1/10; 3/- (Child of the River)

Carson Union May Stern Building Fire: 2/6

Carter Carburetor Company: 3/10

Carter, Don: 3/12

Caruso, Enrico: 1/37; 1/47

Casedeceus, Robert: 1/37; 1/48

Cash, Johnny: 2/3

Cast and Wrought Iron: 3/2

Cathedral Basilica Chancery: 2/6

Catholic Church: 2/6; 2/9; 3/- (Child of the River)

Catlin, George: 1/12

Catlin Home: 3/6

Catt, Carrie Chapman: 1/30; 1/47

Cawa, Miya: 1/36; 1/47

Central High School: 3/- (A Century of Achievement)

Chang the Chinese Giant: 1/37; 1/43

Charbonneau, Jean Baptiste: 1/8

Charbonneau, Toussaint: 1/8

Charless, Joseph: 1/13; 2/10; 3/- (Child of the River)

Chaudruc, Jean Louis: 1/30; 2/2

Chesterton, Gilbert K.: 1/36; 1/47

Chevalier, Maurice: 1/37; 1/48

Chief Pontiac: 1/3; 2/9; 3/- (Child of the River)

Chief Sitting Bull: 1/37; 1/42

Chopin, Kate: 1/36; 1/42

Chouteau, Auguste: 1/8; 2/8; 3/- (Child of the River)

Chouteau, Madame Rene Auguste: 2/8; 3/- (Child of the River)

Chouteau Mill: 2/6

Chouteau, Pierre Jr.: 1/4; 2/11

Chouteau, Pierre Sr.: 1/3; 1/4; 2/6; 2/8; 3/- (Child of the River)

Chouteau’s Lake: 2/12; 3/- (Child of the River)

Christ Church Cathedral: 3/6; 3/- (Child of the River)

Christy, Major William: 1/4; 2/12

Church of the Messiah: 3/- (Child of the River)

Churches: 3/11; 3/- (Child of the River)

Churchill, Winston (author): 1/36; 1/47; 3/4

The Circus: 1/15

City Hotel: 1/14

Civic Growth: 1/26

Civic Music League: 1/29; 1/48

Cicardis Restaurant: 1/28; 1/47; 3/7

Civil War Soldiers: 1/23

Civilian Work Administration: 3/9

Clay, Henry: 1/18

Clemenceau, Georges: 1/34; 1/47

Cleveland, Grover: 1/32; 1/44

Cleveland High School: 3/- (A Century of Achievement)

Cliburn, Van: 1/37

Clifford, Clark: 1/32; 2/2

The Climatron: 3/10

Clinton Branch High School; 3/- (A Century of Achievement)

Clydesdale Horses: 3/10

Cockerill, John Albert: 1/36; 1/43

Cody, William: 1/37; 1/42

Coggswell, W.: 1/12

Colby, Bainbridge: 3/13

Collier White Lead and Oil Works: 2/15

Colter, John: 1/32; 1/33; 3/- (Child of the River)

Commission Row: 3/4

Compton, Dr. Arthur Holly: 3/13

Compton Hill Water Tower: 2/6

Concordia Seminary: 3/10

Convention Auditorium: 2/6

Conzelman, Jimmy: 3/12

Corbett, James J.: 1/38; 1/45

Cori, Gerty and Carl: 3/13

Count and Countess A. du Pre de Saint-Maur: 2/3

Count and Countess Ravensloe: 1/33; 1/45

Countess Marie Reine Fusz de Peneloza: 1/33; 1/47

Coureurs des Bois: 1/10

Couzins, Phoebe: 1/30; 1/46

Cowl, Jane: 1/37; 1/47

Cracker Castle: 3/- (Child of the River)

Creoles: 1/8; 2/12

The Crisis: 3/4

Cronbach, Robert: 3/12

Crown Prince, Duke of Brabant: 1/33; 1/47

Curb Service: 3/4

Curbstone Markets: 2/6; 2/15; 3/- (A Century of Achievement)

Curci, Amelita Galli: 1/37; 1/47

Curtis & Co. Empire Saw Works: 2/6

Cushing, Charlotte: 1/15

Cushman, Miss: 1/15

Dacota Village: 2/9

Daniel, Margaret Truman: 1/37; 2/1

Darby, John Fletcher: 2/6; 3/- (Child of the River)

Darrow, Clarence: 1/40

Davenport, Fanny: 1/37; 1/45

Davis Cup: 3/13

Davis, Dwight Filley: 1/32; 1/47; 3/13

Day, Dennis: 2/3

De Smet, Father Peter J.: 1/16; 3/- (Child of the River)

De Soto, Hernando: 3/- (Child of the River)

Dean, Jerome Herman "Dizzy": 1/38; 1/48; 2/6

Deas: 1/12

Delassus, Don Carlos de Hault: 2/9

Democratic National Convention: 3/1; 3/2

Dewey, Admiral George: 1/34

Diaz, Armando: 1/34; 1/47

Dickens, Charles: 1/14; 1/21

Diehl, Conrad: 1/35; 1/43

Dockery, Governor Alexander Monroe: 1/31; 1/46

Doisey, Dr. Edward A.: 3/13

Dooley, Dr. Thomas A.: 2/1

Doolittle, Lieutenant General James: 1/34; 2/1; 3/9

Double Deckers: 3/7; 3/- (Child of the River)

Douglas, Stephan A.: 1/18; 1/42

Dowling’s Tavern: 1/13

Dozier-Weyl Cracker Company: 2/15

Dram Shop: 1/13

Dreher, Fred: 3/12

Dreiser, Theodore: 1/36; 1/45

Drouillard, George: 1/3; 1/9

Drug Stores: 3/8; 4

Duchesne, Philippine: 2/6

Duden, Gottfried: 1/13

Duhme, Richard: 3/12

Dunbar, Paul: 1/31; 1/46

Eads Bridge: 1/27; 1/42; 2/6; 3/1; 3/12; 3/- (Child of the River)

Eads, James Buchanan: 3/1

Eames, Charles: 1/35; 2/1

Earhart, Amelia: 1/27; 1/47

Eisenhower, Dwight D.: 1/32; 2/1

Eisenhower, Julie Nixon: 2/3

Electric Cars: 1/27

Electricity: 3/9

Eliot, Thomas H.: 3/12

Eliot, TS: 1/36; 1/48; 3/13

Eliot, William Greenleaf: 3/12

Ellington, Duke: 1/37; 2/1

Elliott, Maxine: 1/37; 1/45; 3/3

Elliott, Richard Smith: 1/21

Elman, Mischa: 1/37; 1/47

Eltinge, Julian: 1/37; 1/47

Emerson, Ralph Waldo: 1/36; 1/43

Erlanger, Dr. Joseph: 3/13

Evans, Maurice: 1/37; 2/1

Expeditions to the West: 1/9

Exposition Building: 1/29; 1/44; 3/2; 3/- (A Century of Achievement); 3/- (Child of the River)

Express Highway: 3/8; 3/- (Child of the River)

The Fabulous Phantom Airplane: 3/11

Fairbanks, Charles W.: 1/31; 1/46

Famous-Barr: 3/11

Farnum, Colonel Russell: 1/10

Farny, Henry F.: 1/35; 1/44

Farrar, Geraldine: 1/37; 1/47

Federal Building: 3/- (Child of the River)

Field, Eugene: 1/36; 1/45; 3/1

Field, Eugene House: 3/1

Field, Matt: 1/15

Fields, WC: 1/37; 1/48

Fillmore, Millard: 1/22

Fire Department: 2/6; 2/14; 3/4; 3/- (A Century of Achievement); 3/- (Child of the River)

First Presbyterian Church: 2/13; 3/- (Child of the River)

Fiske, John: 1/40; 1/44

Fitzgerald, Clark Battle: 1/35; 2/2; 3/12

Flagg, Edmond: 1/21

Flappers: 3/7

Flat Boats: 2/9; 3/- (Child of the River)

Fleming, Peggy: 2/3

Flint, Timothy: 1/16

Floods: 1/26

Flora Boulevard: 3/6

Fontanne, Lynn: 1/37; 2/1

Food Cost in 1816: 1/4

Forest Park: 3/12; 3/- (Child of the River)

Fort Laramie: 1/7; 2/11

Fort San Carlos: 2/9

Fort Union: 1/9; 2/11

Four Courts: 2/6

Frankie and Johnny: 1/37

Franklin Branch High School: 3/1; 3/- (A Century of Achievement)

Fremont, Jessie Benton: 1/18; 2/15

Fremont, John Charles: 1/18; 2/6

Fremont, Lily: 2/15

French Log Houses: 1/4

Frisch, Frank: 1/38; 1/48; 2/6

Froman, Jane: 3/7

Fur Trade: 1/7; 1/13; 2/9; 3/- (Child of the River)

Garavellis Restaurant: 1/28; 1/47; 3/7

Garden, Mary: 1/37; 1/47

Gas House Gang: 1/38; 1/48

Gaslights: 2/6; 3/4

Gasser, Dr. Herbert: 3/13

Gellhorn, Mrs. George: 3/7

Gemini Space Capsule: 3/11

George, Premier David Lloyd: 1/32

Gershwin, George: 1/37; 1/48

Gilmore, Patrick: 1/37; 1/44

Girardis Restaurant: 1/28; 1/47

Glasgow House: 1/14

Gluck, Alma: 1/37; 1/47

Golden Rod Show Boat: 3/4

Golschmann, Vladimir: 1/37; 1/48

Goodwin, Nat: 1/37; 1/45

Gore, Sir St. George: 1/9

Gottschalk, Louis Moreau: 1/15

Gould, Helen: 1/31; 1/46

Government House: 3/- (Child of the River)

Grable, Betty: 1/37; 2/3; 2/6

Grand Avenue Bridge: 3/- (Child of the River)

Grand Duke Alexis of Russia: 1/33; 1/43

Grand Duke Sinnia: 1/33; 1/47

Grant, Cary: 2/6

Grant, Ulysses S.: 1/19; 1/32; 1/42; 2/16

Grant’s Log Cabin: 2/14; 3/- (Child of the River)

Gratiot, Charles: 2/10

Gratiot Street Prison: 1/23; 2/16

Great Depression: 1/26; 3/8

Greeley, Horace: 1/36; 1/42

Green Tree Tavern: 1/13

Hadley Technical High School: 3/- (A Century of Achievement)

Haenchen, Gustav Walter: 3/7

Hahn, Emily: 1/36; 1/47

Hahn, Nancy Coonsman: 1/35; 1/48; 3/12

Hairdressing: 3/9

Hale, Louise Closser: 1/37; 1/47

Haliburton, Richard: 1/36; 1/48

Hammond Mansion: 1/4

Hancock, Walker: 1/35; 2/1; 3/12

Handy, WC: 1/37; 1/45; 3/4

Harding, Chester: 1/12

Harding, Warren: 1/32; 1/47; 2/6

Harris, EH: 3/13

Harris Teachers College: 3/4

Harris, William Torrey: 1/40; 1/44; 3/1

Harrison, William Henry: 1/6; 1/22; 1/45

Harte, Bret: 1/36; 1/43

Harvey, Georgette: 1/37; 2/1

Hats: 3/10

Haviland, Frederick: 2/3

Haydee, Marcia: 2/3

Hayes, Helen: 1/37; 2/1

Hays, William Jacob: 1/12

Hazelwood: 2/12

Heifetz, Jascha: 1/37; 1/48

Hemple, Madame Frieda: 1/37; 1/47

Hendricks, Thomas: 1/47

Henie, Sonja: 1/38; 1/48

Hepburn, Katherine: 2/3

Herbert, Victor: 1/37; 1/44

Heron, Matilda: 1/15

High Schools: 3/1; 3/- (A Century of Achievement); 3/- (Child of the River)

Hillenkoetter, Rear Admiral Roscoe: 3/13

Hirt, Al: 2/3

Hofman, Joseph: 1/48

Hog Markets: 3/10

Holm, Victor: 3/12

Holmes, Burton: 1/37; 1/48

Homes of the Settlers: 1/4

Hoover, Herbert: 1/32; 1/48

Hope, Bob: 1/37; 2/2

Hornbein, Dr. Thomas: 2/2; 3/12

Hornsby, Rogers: 1/38; 1/47

Horse and Mule Markets: 3/2

Horse-drawn Cars: 1/27; 1/44

Horseless Carriages: 3/3

Horsepower: 3/4

Hosmer, Harriet: 1/12; 3/12

Hotels: 1/14

Howard, Bart B.: 3/13

Hunt, Anne Lucas: 2/15

Hurst, Fannie: 1/36; 1/47; 3/7

Hydroelectric Power: 3/9

Ice: 3/1

Indian Attack of 1780: 1/3

Industrial Growth: 1/26

Inge, William: 1/36; 2/1; 3/13

Ingersoll, Robert: 1/40; 1/43

Irving, Henry: 1/37; 1/44

Irving, Washington: 1/8

J4 Propulsion Engine Test Cell: 3/11

The Jacees: 2/3

Jackson, Governor Claiborne: 1/14

Jackson, William Henry: 1/12

James, Jesse and Frank: 1/23; 1/45

Janis, Caroline Risque: 3/12

Jarvis, Nathaniel: 1/9

Jefferson Barracks: 1/19; 2/16

Jefferson, Joseph: 1/37; 1/45

Jefferson Memorial: 3/5

Jefferson, Thomas (actor): 3/3

Jefferson, Thomas (president): 3/- (Child of the River)

The Jewel Box: 3/8

Jewish Temple: 3/- (Child of the River)

JL Isaacs: 2/15

Jockey Club: 2/6

Johns, Orrick: 1/36; 1/47

Johnson, Andrew: 1/32; 1/42

Johnson, Josephine: 2/6

Johnson, Lyndon B.: 1/32; 2/2

Johnston, Colonel William Preston: 1/34; 1/45

Joliet, Louis: 3/- (Child of the River)

Junior Miss Fashions: 3/11

Kaffee Klatsch: 3/2

Keel Boats: 2/8; 3/- (Child of the River)

Keller, Helen: 1/8; 1/46

Kemble, Fanny: 1/15; 1/42

Kennan, George: 1/40; 1/44

Kennedy, John F.: 1/32; 2/2

Kenrick, Archbishop Peter Richard: 1/40; 1/45

Keokuk Dam: 3/9

Kerry Patch: 3/1

Kindergarten Class: 3/4

King Albert of Belgium: 1/33; 1/47

King Kalakaua: 1/33; 1/43

Kingsbury Place: 3/6

Kingshighway: 3/11

Kingsley, Charles: 1/15

Kirkwood Seminary for Girls: 3/- (A Century of Achievement)

Kirns, Captain Peter: 1/42

Knabenshu, A. Roy: 1/46

Kossuth: 1/18

Kreisler, Fritz: 1/37; 1/48

KSD: 3/7

Kurz, Rudolph Frederick: 1/12

La Coss, Louis: 3/13

Laclede Gas Company: 3/13

Laclede Hotel: 1/28; 1/42

Lambert-St. Louis Airport: 3/- (Child of the River)

Lamour, Dorothy: 2/3

Lane, William Carr: 2/11; 3/- (Child of the River)

Lang, Jeannie: 3/7

Latrobe, Charles J.: 1/8

Lauder, Harry: 1/37; 1/47

Leahy, Frank: 2/3

Leathers, Captain Thomas P.: 1/27; 1/43

Lee, Robert E.: 1/19; 2/16

Leistendorfer, Colonel: 11/15

Lemp Brewery: 2/15

Lesueur, Charles Alexander: 1/12

Letter from Paul Alliot to Thomas Jefferson: 1/6

Lewis and Clark: 1/3; 1/9; 2/10; 3/- (Child of the River)

Lewis, Henry: 1/12

Liguest, Pierre Laclede: 2/8; 3/- (Child of the River)

Lincoln, Abraham: 1/14; 1/21

Lind, Jenny: 1/15

Lindbergh, Charles: 1/27; 1/47; 3/7; 3/- (Child of the River)

Lindell Boulevard: 3/2; 3/11

Lindell Hotel: 1/28; 3/1; 1/42; 3/- (A Century of Achievement)

Lisa, Manuel: 2/9; 3/- (Child of the River)

Locust Street: 3/- (A Century of Achievement)

Lodge, Henry Cabot: 2/3

Long, Major Stephen H.: 1/9

Louisiana Purchase: 1/9; 2/10; 3/- (Child of the River)

Lovell, James: 2/3

Lucas, James: 2/15

Lucas Place: 2/15; 3/- (Child of the River)

Lucet, Charles: 2/3

Lunt, Alfred: 1/37; 2/1

Lynch, John: 2/3

Lyon, Nathaniel: 2/16; 3/- (Child of the River)

MacDonald, J. Wilson: 1/12

MacKaye, Steele: 1/37; 1/42

Madame Modjeska: 1/37; 1/44

Madame Nazimova: 1/37; 1/47

Maffitt, Julia: 3/- (Child of the River)

Mail Coach Line: 1/13; 2/13; 3/- (Child of the River)

Mallinckrodt Chemical Company: 3/10

Mallinckrodt Home: 3/6

Malone, Annie Turnbo: 1/47

Mansfield, Richard: 1/37; 1/45

Mansion House Hotel: 1/14; 2/11; 3/- (Child of the River)

Mantell, Robert B.: 3/3

Manufactured Gas: 3/13

Market House: 1/4

Markets: 1/14

Marlowe, Julia: 1/37; 1/45

Marquette, Father James: 3/- (Child of the River)

Marquis de Lafayette: 1/17; 3/- (Child of the River)

Marquis of Lorne: 1/33; 1/44

Martin, Pepper: 1/38; 1/48

Mather, William: 1/40; 1/44

Mattie Belle (steamboat): 1/27; 1/42

Mauldin, Bill: 1/35; 2/1; 2/6

Maxwell Bros. Horse & Mule Market: 3/2

Maxwell-Preller Murder Case: 1/23; 1/44

McCormick, John: 1/37; 1/47

McDonnell-Douglas: 3/11

McDonnell Planetarium: 3/10

McDowell, Dr. Joseph: 1/20

McDowell Medical College: 2/14

McKinley High School: 3/4; 3/- (A Century of Achievement)

McKinley, William: 1/32; 1/45

McNair, Governor Alexander: 2/11

McNair, Governor Alexander Home: 2/6

McQuay-Norris Manufacturing Company: 3/10

McTagues Restaurant: 1/28; 1/47

Medwick, Joe: 1/38; 1/48

Melba, Nellie: 1/37; 1/45

Memorial Plaza: 3/8

Mercantile Library Hall: 1/15; 2/14; 3/- (A Century of Achievement); 3/- (Child of the River)

Merchants’ Exchange Building: 3/10; 3/- (Child of the River)

Mercury Rocket: 3/11

Mermod and Jaccard Jewelry Co.: 3/3

Meyer Brothers Wholesale Drugs: 3/8

Military Personnel Records Center: 3/10

Mill Creek Valley: 3/1

Miller, Alfred Jacob: 1/12

Miller, Henry: 1/4

Milles, Carl: 1/35; 1/48

Milles Fountain: 2/6; 3/8

Mississippi Glass Company: 3/10

Mississippi River: 1/27; 3/- (Child of the River)

Mississippi River Closing: 2/10

Missouri Athletic Club Fire: 3/6

Missouri Democrat: 3/- (Child of the River)

Missouri Gazette: 2/10; 3/- (Child of the River)

Missouri Hotel: 1/14; 2/11; 3/- (Child of the River)

Missouri Legislature: 1/30

Missouri Mules: 2/6

Missouri Republican: 3/- (Child of the River)

The Missouris: 1/3

Moiseyev Dancers: 2/3

Mollhausen, Heinrich Baldwin: 1/12

Monsanto Chemical Company: 3/10

Montequieu, Gonsalve: 1/18

Montequieu, Ryamond: 1/18

Montez, Lola: 1/15

Montgomery and Stone: 1/37; 1/47

Montpensier, Duc de: 1/8; 1/17

Moog Industries: 3/10

Moore, Marianne: 2/6

Mormons: 1/16

Mose, Carl: 1/35; 2/2; 3/12

Mounds: 1/8; 2/8; 3/- (Child of the River)

Mountain Men: 1/10

Mullanphy, John: 1/8

Municipal Auditorium: 3/- (Child of the River)

Municipal Free Bridge: 3/- (Child of the River)

Municipal Theater: 3/6; 3/- (Child of the River)

Murfree, Mary: 1/36; 1/42

Museum of Fine Arts: 3/3

Musial, Stan: 3/12

Music Pagoda: 3/7

Natchez (steamboat): 1/27; 3/1

Nation, Carrie: 1/31; 1/46

National Baseball Hall of Fame: 3/12

National Democratic Convention: 1/30; 1/43; 1/44; 1/47

National Hotel: 1/14; 2/13

National Republican Committee: 2/6

National Republican Convention: 1/30; 1/45

Native Americans: 3/- (Child of the River)

Negro in St. Louis: 1/8; 3/- (Child of the River)

Neilson, Lilian: 1/37; 1/43

Nethersole, Olga: 1/37; 1/45

New Cathedral: 3/6

Newspapers: 3/- (Child of the River)

Nicholson, David: 2/16

Nickelodeons: 3/7

Nicollet, Joseph: 1/11

Nixon, F. Donald: 2/3

Nixon, Richard: 1/32; 2/2

Nobel Prize: 3/13

Noble, Thomas S.: 1/12

Nureyev, Rudolph: 2/3

Nutthall, Thomas: 1/11

O’Brien, Lieutenant Pat: 1/34; 1/47

O’Fallon, John: 2/15

O’Hare, Edward: 1/34; 3/9

Oakley, Annie: 1/37; 1/42

Ochoa, Dr. Severo and Dr. Arthur Kornberg: 3/13

The Odeon: 1/29; 1/45; 3/- (A Century of Achievement)

Old Alexie’s Tavern: 1/13

Old Cathedral: 2/13; 3/- (Child of the River)

Old City Hall: 3/- (Child of the River)

Old Courthouse: 2/13; 3/- (Child of the River)

Old Market House: 2/11; 3/- (Child of the River)

Old Rock House: 1/13; 2/11; 3/- (Child of the River)

Ole Bull: 1/15

Olympic Theater: 3/3

The Olympics: 1/31; 1/46; 3/5

Omnibus: 1/13; 2/14

Otho of Greece: 1/4; 1/17

Outdoor Music: 3/1

Ozarks: 3/- (Child of the River)

Pacific Railroad: 2/15

Paderewski, Ignace Jan: 1/37; 1/47

Pageant and Masque of St. Louis: 3/6

Paige, Satchel: 1/38; 2/1

Park Plaza Hotel: 3/8

Parkman, Francis: 1/9

Pattie, Adelina: 1/37; 1/44

Pavlova, Anna: 1/37; 1/47

Peabody Branch High School: 3/- (A Century of Achievement)

Peale, Sarah M.: 1/12

Pearl Harbor: 3/9

Pershing, General John: 1/34; 1/47

Pettit, Bob: 3/12

Phelan, Elizabeth: 3/12

Phelps, John S.: 1/32; 1/44

Phillippe, Louis: 1/8; 1/17

Phonograph: 3/6

Phul, Anna Maria von: 1/12

Pierce, Henry Clay: 1/47

Pitman, Captain Philip: 1/8; 1/21

Planter’s House: 1/14; 2/15

Plaza Square: 2/6; 3/11

Polk, Joseph: 1/31; 1/46

Polytechnic Branch High School and Public Library: 3/- (A Century of Achievement)

Pony Express: 3/- (Child of the River)

Post Office: 3/- (Child of the River)

Post, Wiley: 1/27; 1/48

Pratte, Emilie Sauveur Labadie: 2/9

Price, Vincent: 1/37; 2/2

Prince de Joinville: 1/17

Prince Fushimi: 1/31; 1/46

Prince Henry of Prussia: 1/31

Prince Kapurthala: 1/33; 1/45

Prince Maximilian of Wied: 1/12; 1/21

Prince Napoleon of France: 1/17

Prince of Wales: 1/17

Prince Pu Lun: 1/31; 1/46

Princess Engalitgheff of Russia: 1/33; 1/45

Princess Ileana of Romania: 1/33; 1/47

Princess Louise: 1/33; 1/44

Princess Radjah: 1/47

Private Homes and Streets: 1/13; 3/6

Prizefighting: 1/15; 1/38

Pruitt-Igoe: 3/9

Pulitzer, Joseph: 1/36; 1/43

Pulitzer Prize: 3/13

Quarries: 3/3

Queen Elizabeth: 1/33; 1/47

Queen Kapiolani: 1/44

Queen Liliuokalani: 1/8; 1/10; 1/45; 1/46

Queen Marie of Romania: 1/33; 1/47

Rachmaninoff, Sergei: 1/37; 1/48

Radio: 3/7

Railroad Day: 1/15; 1/30

Railroads: 1/27; 1/42; 3/- (Child of the River)

Ralston Purina: 3/10

Rand, Sally: 1/37; 2/1

Rehan, Ada: 1/37; 1/45

Reinhardt, Siegfried: 3/12

Republic (steamer): 2/15; 3/- (A Century of Achievement)

Republican National Convention: 3/3

Riddick, Colonel Thomas: 2/13

Riley, James Whitcomb: 1/36; 1/44

River Des Peres: 3/8

The River Room: 3/11

Riverfront: 2/6; 3/8; 3/- (A Century of Achievement); 3/- (Child of the River)

The Roaring 20’s: 3/7

Robert E. Lee (steamboat): 1/27; 3/1

Rodemich, Gene: 3/7

Roettker, Paulus: 1/12

Rogers, Ginger: 2/6

Rogers, John T.: 3/13

Rogers, Will: 1/37; 1/47

Ronne, Torben: 2/3

Roosevelt, Alice: 1/31; 1/46; 3/5

Roosevelt, Eleanor: 1/32; 2/1

Roosevelt, Franklin Delano: 1/32; 1/48

Roosevelt High School: 3/- (A Century of Achievement)

Roosevelt, Theodore: 1/31; 1/32; 1/46; 1/47; 3/5

Ross, Charles: 2/6

Ruckstuhl, F. Wellington: 3/12

Rumsey & Co. Pump & Fire Engine Works: 3/2

Russell, Charles M.: 1/35

Russell Farm: 2/14

Russell, Lillian: 1/37; 1/47; 3/3

Saarinen, Eero: 1/35; 2/2

Sacajawea: 1/3; 1/9; 2/10; 3/- (Child of the River)

St. Denis, Ruth: 1/37; 1/47

St. James Hotel: 2/6

St. John’s Methodist Church: 3/- (Child of the River)

St. Louis Agricultural and Mechanical Fair: 1/15; 3/1

St. Louis Blues: 3/4

St. Louis Board of Education: 3/1; 3/- (A Century of Achievement)

St. Louis Browns: 1/38; 1/44; 3/2

St. Louis Cardinals: 1/38; 1/47; 2/6; 3/7

St. Louis Globe-Democrat: 3/1; 3/- (Child of the River)

St. Louis Hospital: 2/13

St. Louis Infirmary: 2/6

St. Louis Levee: 2/13; 3/2; 3/- (Child of the River)

St. Louis Maps: 2/6; 3/- (Child of the River)

St. Louis National Bank: 2/14

St. Louis Post-Dispatch: 3/1; 3/13; 3/- (Child of the River)

St. Louis Public Library: 2/6; 3/8; 3/- (Child of the River)

St. Louis Public Schools: 3/4; 3/- (A Century of Achievement); 3/- (Child of the River)

St. Louis Republican: 3/1; 3/- (Child of the River)

St. Louis Statue: 3/5; 3/- (Child of the River)

St. Louis Theater: 1/15; 2/13

St. Louis Times: 3/- (Child of the River)

St. Louis University: 2/13; 3/11; 3/- (Child of the River)

St. Louis Zoo: 3/6; 3/11; 3/- (Child of the River)

St. Nicholas Hotel: 1/28; 1/44; 2/6

Ste. Genevieve: 2/8

Salvation Army: 3/10

Sandburg, Carl: 1/36; 1/47

Sappington, John: 1/20

Satolli, Cardinal Francis: 1/31; 1/46

Saugrain, Dr. Antoine: 2/10

Scanlan, Mary Christy Church: 3/3

Scarlett, William: 2/3

Schotten, William: 2/16

Schumann-Heinck, Madame Ernestine: 1/37; 1/48

Schurz, Carl: 1/32; 1/43

Schuyler, Remington: 1/35; 1/47

Scotch Earl of Caithess: 1/33; 1/45

Scott, Ann: 3/12

Scott, Dred: 2/16

Scruggs, Vandervoort and Barney: 3/3

Sellers, Isaiah: 1/27; 1/42

Severson, William Conrad: 3/12

Shanghai Low Restaurant: 1/28; 1/47

Shapleigh Hardware Company: 3/7

Shaw, Henry: 2/15; 3/- (A Century of Achievement)

Shaw’s Garden: 2/15; 3/10

Shawn, Ted: 1/37; 1/47

Shell Building: 3/8

Sheridan, General Philip: 2/16

Sherman, General William Tecumseh: 1/34; 1/43; 2/16; 3/- (A Century of Achievement)

Shewe, Frederick: 1/8

Shipbuilding: 3/8

Shoes: 3/2

Sigel, Franz Statue: 2/6

Sigma Chemical Company: 3/10

Simmons, Herbert: 1/36; 2/1

Simmons, Robert: 3/7

Skelton, Red: 2/3

Slavery: 2/16; 3/- (Child of the River)

Slums: 3/6; 3/9

Smith, Gypsy: 1/16; 1/47

Smith, James: 1/15

Smith, Jedediah: 1/10; 3/- (Child of the River)

Soldan High School: 3/- (A Century of Achievement)

Soldiers Memorial: 3/8; 3/- (A Century of Achievement); 3/- (Child of the River)

Soulard, Adele and Marie Therese: 2/15

Soulard Market: 3/4

Sousa, John Philip: 1/37; 1/44

Sothern, EH: 1/37; 1/45

Southern Hotel: 1/28; 1/42; 2/6; 3/1; 3/2

Southwest High School: 3/- (A Century of Achievement)

Spanish Rule: 1/5

The Spirit of St. Louis: 3/7; 3/- (Child of the River)

Sports: 3/13

Stanley, Henry: 1/36; 1/45

Stanwyck, Barbara: 1/37; 1/47

Steamboats: 1/27; 1/42; 3/1; 3/- (Child of the River)

Steward, Sir William Drummond: 1/12

Stoddard, Captain Amos: 1/6

Stokes, Marianne: 1/23

Stone, Edward Durrell: 1/35; 2/2

Stone, Fred: 1/47

Stoves: 3/2

Stravinsky, Igor: 1/37; 1/48

Street Cars and Transportation: 1/44; 1/45; 2/11; 2/15; 3/2; 3/- (Child of the River)

Street Lights: 2/6

Street Repairs: 3/8

Street Scenes: 2/6; 3/6; 3/7; 3/- (Child of the River)

Street Sprinklers: 3/4

Stuart, James: 1/21

Stuttgart Ballet: 2/3

Sullivan, John L.: 1/45

Sullivan, Louis: 1/35; 1/45

Sumner High School: 1/46; 3/- (A Century of Achievement)

Sunday, Billy: 1/47

Supermarkets: 3/9

Sverdrup & Parcel and Associates: 3/11

Swope, Herbert Bayard: 3/13

Taft, William Howard: 1/8; 1/9; 1/46; 1/47

Talbot, William: 3/12

Tally Ho: 1/27; 1/45

Taum Sauk Pumped Storage Power Plant: 3/10

Taverns: 1/13

Taylor, Marie: 3/12

Teasdale, Sara: 1/36; 1/47; 2/6

Telegraph: 3/- (Child of the River)

Telephone: 3/- (Child of the River)

Temple-Black, Shirley: 2/3

Ten Buildings: 2/14; 3/- (A Century of Achievement)

Terry, Ellen: 1/37; 1/44

Tesla, Nikola: 1/40; 1/45

Thalinger, Frederic J.: 3/12

Theaters: 1/15; 1/29; 1/45

Thompson Ramo Woodbridge Company: 3/10

Three Flags: 2/10; 3/- (Child of the River)

Tibbetts, Lawrence: 1/37; 1/48

Tietjens, Paul: 3/4

Tilden, Bill: 1/38; 1/48

Tom Thumb: 1/37; 1/43

Tony Faust Restaurant: 1/28; 1/45; 3/1; 3/- (A Century of Achievement)

Tornadoes: 1/26; 2/6; 3/3; 3/7; 3/- (Child of the River)

Torre, Joe: 2/3

Torrini, Rudolph: 3/12

Tower Grove Park: 2/15

The Trolley: 3/6

Truman, Harry S.: 1/32; 2/1; 2/6

Tucker, Judge N. Beverly: 1/20; 1/21

Turner, James Milton: 1/40; 1/42

Twain, Mark: 1/36; 1/43; 3/2

Union Market: 3/4

Union Station: 1/27; 2/6; 3/1; 3/3; 3/- (A Century of Achievement); 3/- (Child of the River)

United States Arsenal: 2/16

Vallee, Rudy: 2/3

Van Buren, Martin: 1/21

Van Ravenswaay, Charles: 2/3

Vandeventer Place: 3/3

Variety Theater: 1/15

Vashon High School: 3/- (A Century of Achievement)

VE Day: 3/9

Veiled Prophet: 3/2

Verandah Row: 2/14; 3/- (A Century of Achievement)

Vettori, Elda: 3/7

Wagner Electric Company: 3/10

Wagon Trains: 3/- (Child of the River)

Wainwright Building: 1/45; 3/12

Wainwright Mausoleum: 3/12

Walsh Refractories: 3/10

Walton, Lester A.: 1/32; 1/48

Ward, Artemus: 1/15

Ward, Fannie: 1/37; 1/48

Warfield, David: 1/37; 1/47

Waring, Fred: 1/37; 2/1

Washington Terrace: 3/6

Washington University: 2/14; 3/11; 3/12; 3/- (Child of the River)

Water Main Break: 3/12

Waterways Convention: 1/31; 1/46

Waterworks: 2/6; 3/8; 3/- (Child of the River)

Waud, Alfred R.: 1/35; 1/43

Weather: 3/8

Weber, Dick: 3/12

Webster Branch High School: 3/- (A Century of Achievement)

Webster, Daniel: 1/14

Western Sanitary Commission: 2/16

Westmoreland, General William: 2/3

Westmoreland Place: 3/6

Wheels: 3/8

Whitman, Dr. Marcus: 1/16

Whitman, Narcissa: 1/16

Whitman, Paul: 1/37

Whitman, Walt: 1/36; 1/43

Wild, John Casper: 1/12

William Barr Co.: 3/3; 3/- (Child of the River)

Williams, Jesse Lynch: 3/13

Williams, Tennessee: 1/36; 2/1

Wilson, Woodrow: 1/32; 1/47

Wimar, Charles: 1/12

Winfield, Rodney: 3/12

Wise, Professor John: 1/15

Wizard of Oz: 3/4

Wolfe, Thomas: 1/36; 1/48

Women’s Suffrage: 3/7

Works Progress Administration: 3/9

World’s Fair: 1/31; 1/46; 3/5

World War I: 3/6

World War II: 3/9

Wyeth, John: 1/9

Wyman School: 3/4

Yeatman High School: 3/4; 3/- (A Century of Achievement)

Yeatman, James E.: 2/16

Zolnay, George: 3/12

Zorach, William: 1/35; 2/2

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