St. Louis Civic League: Social Settlement in St. Louis Collection

Accession Number: SC 18:91
Location: RB-M
Dates: 1901-1918
Size: 1 slim Hollinger; 0.15 cubic feet
Creator/Collector: St. Louis Civic League
Acquisition info: Unknown
Accruals: No accruals expected
Custodial history: Unknown
Language: English
Processed by: Melissa Miller, November 2018
Conservation notes: Items placed in acid-free folders
Scope and Content: The collection contains information related to social settlements in St. Louis. Included in the collection is the original manuscript entitled "Social Settlement in St. Louis," photocopies of the manuscript, and a map. Included in the manuscript are photographs of each location.
Arrangement: None. Kept in original manuscript order.
Restrictions: No restrictions
Remarks: No remarks

St. Louis Civic League
Social Settlement in St. Louis
1 slim Hollinger; 0.15 cubic feet

Box/Folder Description
1/1 Finding aid
1/2 Manuscript

-Central Mission; 816 N. 11th St.

-Christ Church Cathedral; 12th & Locust Sts.

-Church of the Holy Communion Parish House; 2809 Washington Ave.

-Epworth Settlement; Dixon St.

-Greeley Memorial Church; Blair & Warren Sts.

-Holy Cross House; 1402-6 N. 14th St.

-Kingdom House; 1033 S. 8th St.

-Markham Memorial Settlement; Menard & Julia Sts.

-Miss Gregg’s House; 1320 Blair St.

-Neighborhood House; 1844 O’Fallon St.

-Niedringhaus Settlement; 7th & Cass Sts.

-St. Leo’s Temperance Hall; 23rd & Mullanphy

-St. Stephen’s House; 6th & Rutger Sts.

-Self Culture Hall; 1832 Carr St.

-United Hebrew Charitable and Educational Association Building; 9th & Carr

1/3 Map; Juehne’s Map of St. Louis; 1901
1/4 Photocopies
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