St. Louis Slides Collection

Accession Number: SC 18:50
Location: RB-M Photo
Dates: 1955-1998
Size: 1 small flat box; 0.5 cubic feet
Creator/Collector: Unknown
Acquisition info: Transfer from SLPL Art Department
Accruals: No accruals expected 
Custodial history: Unknown
Language: English
Processed by: Melissa Miller, July 2018
Conservation notes: Slides placed in five slide boxes contained within flat box
Scope and Content: The collection contains slides, mainly from the 1970s, of a variety of St. Louis topics. Named photographers include F. Ray Leimkuehler, Joseph P. Messana, and Jacob Siler.
Arrangement: Alphabetical by subject
Restrictions: No restrictions   
Remarks: Years of slide development placed after description of slide 

St. Louis Slides Collection
1955-1998
1 small flat box; 0.5 cubic feet

Box/Tab Description
 1/1  Finding aid
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Airports

     -Lambert Airport: Helmuth, Yamasaki & Leinweber, interior entrance, restaurant

     -Lambert Airport: Helmuth, Yamasaki & Leinweber, interior looking east

     -Lambert Airport: Terminal, Sculpture, Henry Moore; photographer Joseph P. Messana

     -Lambert Airport: Terminal, Helmut Yamasaki & Leinweber; photographer Joseph P. Messana; October 1966 (14)

     -Lambert Airport: Yamasaki, airport dining room interior, northwest side

     -Lambert Airport: Yamasaki, airport, north side visitor’s desk in foreground

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Architecture

     -American Stone Co.: architect H. Armstrong, interior, lobby

     -American Stone Co.: architect H. Armstrong, interior of main lobby

     -American Stone Co.: architect H. Armstrong, view of West Wing

     -American Stone Co.: architect H. Armstrong, west wing

     -Art Museum: St. Louis; April 1978

     -Artists’ Guild: photographer F. Ray Leimkuehler

     -Bath House: public bath house #1, 1908; May 1978

     -Bath House: public baths; May 1978

      -Blue Cross Building: architects Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum; photographer Joseph P. Messana (7)

     -Cahokia, IL Courthouse: as it looked in April 1899; photographer Jacob Siler

     -Carondelet Mission: May 1978 (2)

     -Century Electric Building: photographer F. Ray Leimkuehler

     -Civil Courts Building: photographer F. Ray Leimkuehler

     -Civil Courts Building: from City Hall

     -Colonial Headquarters: built 1768, corner of Main & Walnut; May 1978

     -Compton Hill Water Tower: photographer F. Ray Leimkuehler

     -Compton Hill Water Tower: water tower, Reservoir Park

     -Continental Building: Grand & Olive; May 1978 (2) -Eads Bridge: photographer F. Ray Leimkuehler

     -Eads Bridge: October 1966; photographer Joseph P. Messana

     -Exposition Building: 14th & Olive; May 1978

     -Famous-Barr: Clayton, MO; photographer F. Ray Leimkuehler

     -Federal Reserve Bank: photographer F. Ray Leimkuehler

     -Federal Reserve Bank: at Locust; May 1978

     -French Market: Old French market; May 1978

     -Grand Avenue Water Tower: water tower, Grand Ave., architect George I. Barnett, 1870; April 1978

     -Jefferson Memorial: photographer F. Ray Leimkuehler

     -Jefferson Memorial: 1914; May 1978

     -Magic Chef Building: photographer F. Ray Leimkuehler

     -Mansion House: ball room, used as theatre, 1810; May 1978

     -Mansion House: 1st Missouri Constitution, 1820; April 1978

     -Masonic Temple: photographer F. Ray Leimkuehler

     -Mercantile Trust: May 1978

     -Merchants Exchange: photographer F. Ray Leimkuehler

     -Meyer Brothers Drug Co.: main office, 1890; May 1978

     -Meyer Brothers Drug Co.: sample room, 1890; May 1978

     -Meyer Brothers Drug Co.: teams, ca. 1890; May 1978

     -Office Building: typical office, 100 block of Market; May 1978

     -Pioneer America Log Cabin: April 1978

     -Police Headquarters: architects Mouran, Russell & Crowell; April 1978

     -Polytechnic Library: public school library, 1876, 7th and Chestnut

     -Post-Dispatch Building: advertising and business offices; May 1978

     -Rock House: Green Tree Tavern; April 1978

     -Round Top Market: Biddle & Broadway

     -St. Louis Club: photographer F. Ray Leimkuehler

     -Shakespearean Theatre: St. Louis theatres, SE corner of 3rd & Olive in 1837, razed 1855; April 1978

     -Soldiers Memorial: May 1978

     -Southwest Bell Telephone Building: photographer F. Ray Leimkuehler

     -Tuscan Lodge: Kingshighway & Westminster; May 1978

     -Union Station: St. Louis Plaza, station; 1957

     -University City, City Hall

     -Varieties Theatre: 1852, S. Side of Market between Broadway & 6th

     -Wainwright Building: architect Louis Sullivan, 1890; photographer Joseph P. Messana; October 1966 (4)

     -Wainwright Building: architect Louis Sullivan, south of east sides

     -Wainwright Tomb: at Bellefontaine Cemetery, architect L. Sullivan, 1892; April 1978

     -Wainwright Tomb: photographer F. Ray Leimkuehler

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Churches

     -All Saints Episcopal: photographer F. Ray Leimkuehler -Bethlehem Evangelical Lutheran

     -B’nai Amoona: architect Eric Mendelsohn, University City, MO, close view, front of auditorium

     -B’nai Amoona: architect Eric Mendelsohn, University City, MO, close view of court

     -B’nai Amoona: architect Eric Mendelsohn, University City, MO, general view from west side

     -B’nai Amoona: architect Eric Mendelsohn, University City, MO, general view, north side

     -B’nai Amoona: architect Eric Mendelsohn, window

     -B’nai Amoona: photographer F. Ray Leimkuehler

     -Brant Memorial Presbyterian: photographer F. Ray Leimkuehler

     -Centenary Methodist

     -Central Presbyterian: Hanley

     -Christ Church Cathedral: no. 2, SW corner 5th & Chestnut, razed 1860; April 1978

     -Christ Church Cathedral: photographer F. Ray Leimkuehler

     -Christ Church Cathedral (3)

     -Concordia: Old Concordia

     -Concordia Seminary: New Concordia Seminary, on DeMun

     -Des Peres Presbyterian: 1823, “Old Des Peres”

     -Desloge Hospital: chapel; May 1978

     -Ethical Society: Clayton Road

     -Evangelical Synod Building: architects Hocher, Baum & Froesa; April 1978

     -Fee Fee Baptist

     -Fifth Church at Christ Scientist

     -First Catholic Church: west side, 2nd between Walnut & Market, also Ft. San Carlos; April 1978

     -First Church in St. Louis: near site of Old Cathedral

     -First Church of Christ Scientist: Ladue Road (2)

     -First Presbyterian: ca. 1870

     -Grace Lutheran

     -Graham Chapel: photographer F. Ray Leimkuehler

     -Holy Communion: 28th & Washington, Church of Italy, 1869

     -Holy Corners: Kingshighway at Washington

     -Holy Trinity

     -Ladue Chapel

     -Latter Day Saints: Mormon, chapel at Jamison & Chippewa

     -Latter Day Saints: Mormon, chapel on Clayton Road

     -Messiah: Church of the Messiah, NW corner 4th and Pine, built 1836; April 1978

     -New Cathedral: Catholic, cathedral on Lindell

     -New Cathedral: photographer F. Ray Leimkuehler

     -New Cathedral: architects Barnett, Haynes & Barnett; photographer Joseph P. Messana (17)

     -New Cathedral: mosaics; photographer Joseph P. Messana (9)

     -New Cathedral: St. Louis Chancellery, architect Charles P. Guariglia; photographer Joseph P. Messana; October 1966 (7)

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Churches Cont.

     -Old Bonhamme: Presbyterian, 1840

     -Old Cathedral: built 1831, Walnut between 2nd & 3rd 

     -Old Cathedral: Catholic

     -Old Cathedral: photographer Joseph P. Messana (8)

     -Old Cathedral: St. Louis of France, north side of Walnut between 2nd & 3rd

     -Our Lady of Lourdes: photographer F. Ray Leimkuehler 

     -Pilgrim Congregation: Union Ave.

     -Pilgrim Evangelical Church: April 1978

     -Pilgrim Lutheran: Fair & W. Florissant; April 1978 -Priory: architects Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum, St. Louis County; photographer Joseph P. Messana (15)

     -Priory: stained glass screen, Emiel Frei Studios, St. Louis County; photographer Joseph P. Messana; October 1966 (4)

     -Resurrection: Church of the Resurrection, arch, architects Murphy & Mackey; photographer Joseph P. Messana (3)

     -Resurrection: Church of the Resurrection, mural, artists Harmon & Frei, sculpture, Arnold; photographer Joseph P. Messana; October 1966

     -Sacred Heart: Catholic, Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, north

     -St. Anne’s: architect Joseph D. Murphy, 1952 close-up of stained window

     -St. Anne’s: architect Joseph D. Murphy, close-up stained glass

     -St. Anne’s: architect Joseph D. Murphy, interior

     -St. Anne’s: architect Joseph D. Murphy, northwest side with entrance

     -St. Anne’s: architect Joseph D. Murphy, southeast side, stained glass windows

     -St. Alphonsus: Catholic

     -St. Anthony’s: 1909

     -St. Bridget: Catholic, St. Bridget Irish

     -St. Ferdinand Convent: Florissant, built 1819 for Sacred Heart nuns; April 1978

     -St. Francis de Sales: photographer F. Ray Leimkuehler

     -St. John the Apostle: NE corner 16th & Chestnut, built 1847, pictured 1931; April 1978

     -St. John’s Basilica: photographer F. Ray Leimkuehler

     -St. John’s Catholic: plaza, 1858

     -St. John’s ME: Masonic lodge, temple, Kingshighway & Washington Blvd.

     -St. John’s ME: photographer F. Ray Leimkuehler

     -St. John’s Methodist

     -St. Mary of Victory: S. 3rd St., built 1843

     -St. Michael RC: photographer F. Ray Leimkuehler

     -St. Nicholas: Greek Orthodox, 4967 Forest Park

     -St. Paul’s Methodist (2)

     -St. Peter’s Episcopal: Ladue at Warson -St. Stanislaus: Catholic, 1891 -St. Theresa: Catholic, Grand Ave.

     -Scottish Rite Temple: photographer F. Ray Leimkuehler

     -Scruggs Memorial Church: photographer F. Ray Leimkuehler

     -Second Baptist Church: Clayton at McKnight

     -Second Baptist Church: Kingshighway at Washington

     -Second Baptist Church: photographer F. Ray Leimkuehler

     -Second Baptist Church: Kingshighway & McPherson

     -Second Presbyterian: 1840, NW corner 5th & Walnut; April 1978

     -Second Presbyterian

     -Temple Emanuel: architects Berhoudy, Mutrux & Bauer (4)

     -Temple Israel: architects Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum, St. Louis County; photographer Joseph P. Messana (7)

     -Temple Israel: classroom building, architects Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum, St. Louis County; photographer Joseph P. Messana -Temple Israel: Ladue Rd.

     -Temple Israel: menorah sculpture, artist Rodney Winfield, St. Louis County; photographer Joseph P. Messana (2)

     -Temple Israel: “Old Temple Israel”

     -Temple Israel: photographer F. Ray Leimkuehler

     -Union Avenue Congregational

     -Union Methodist: NW corner 11th & Locust, razed 1901

     -Villa Duchesne; photographer F. Ray Leimkuehler

     -West Presbyterian

     -Zion Evangelical Lutheran

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Federal Buildings

     -Custom House: May 1978

     -Main Post Office: architects Klipstein & Rathmann

     -New Post Office: photographer F. Ray Leimkuehler

     -Old Post Office: 9th and Olive

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Forts

     -Ft. Bellefontaine: dimensions of factory building; May 1978

     -Ft. Bellefontaine: dimensions of factory building, William Clark letter; May 1978

     -Ft. Bellefontaine: log cabin; April 1978

     -Ft. Bellefontaine: old tombs; April 1978

     -Ft. Bellefontaine: powder magazine; April 1978

     -Old Fort on Hill

     -Old Fort at 4th & Walnut St.

     -Round Stone Tower Block: house and bridge across La Pehte River

     -Round Stone Tower of Fort: 1797

    -Stone Bastion: from plat of ca. 1820-1825

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Historic Houses

     -2nd & Plum: May 1978

     -9th & Bremen: Old MO house; photographer F. Ray Leimkuehler

     -Allen: home of Beverly Allen, 1845, Bellefontaine Rd., overlooking Mississippi River; May 1978

     -Barthold: home of Bartholomew Barthold, built 1829, NW corner 5th & Pine; May 1978

     -Bates: home of Gov. Fredrick Bates, 1819, “Thornhill,” Olive St. Rd.; May 1978

     -Bienvenue House: demolished 1876; May 1978

     -Bissell: home of Gen. Bissell, 1812, occupied 1931 by grandson Daniel Bissell; May 1978

     -Bissell: photographed 1875, home of Daniel Bissell, 1812, Bellefontaine Rd.; May 1978

     -Blair-Huse House: Lafayette Square

     -Blow: home of Henry Blow, Carondelet, 1876

     -Burroughs: home of MP Burroughs

     -Cabanne Place: shingle style house

     -Campbell House: photographer F. Ray Leimkuehler

     -Casa Alvarez: Florissant

     -Chouteau: Henry Chouteau, built 1830, 12th & Clark; May 1978

     -Compton Heights: house on Hawthorne 

     -Cracker Castle: JO Pierce home, built 1868, Chouteau & St. Ange; May 1978

     -DeMenil House: May 1978

     -DeMenil House: photographer F. Ray Leimkuehler

     -Dodier

     -Doody Home: photographer F. Ray Leimkuehler

     -Eugene Field House: photographer F. Ray Leimkuehler

     -Georgian House: Hortense; photographer F. Ray Leimkuehler

     -Gratiot: Charles Gratiot country home, 1796, near Kingshighway; May 1978

     -LaBaume: home of Theodore LaBeaume, 1848; May 1978

     -Lucas: home of JBC Lucas, 1834, Normandy, MO; May 1978

     -Maffitt: home of Mrs. William Maffitt, 1852, NW corner 16th & Olive; May 1978

     -Mallinkrodt Residence: photographer F. Ray Leimkuehler 

     -McMillan: dining room of Mrs. DO McMillan; May 1978 -McNair: May 1978

     -Saugrain: home of Dr. Henry Saugrain, 1767, west side, 2nd between Louisiana & Mulberry; May 1978

     -Shaw: townhouse of Henry Shaw, built 1850; May 1978

     -Thomson: home of LW Thomson, Wydown Blvd.; May 1978

     -Unknown: May 1978 (2)

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Hospitals

     -State Hospital: May 1978

     -Wohl Mental Hospital: architects Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum; photographer Joseph P. Messana (5)

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Hotels

     -Barnum’s Hotel: April 1978

     -Missouri Hotel: 1819, SW corner Main & Morgan, 1st general assembly convened here, 1820

     -Park Plaza Hotel: photographer F. Ray Leimkuehler

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Jefferson National Expansion Memorial

     -Gateway Arch: Admiral excursion steamer; 1975

     -Gateway Arch: aerial of Arch and skyline

     -Gateway Arch: aerial of Cathedral and Arch; 1975

     -Gateway Arch: Arch at twilight; 1970

     -Gateway Arch: Arch frames Old Cathedral; 1970

     -Gateway Arch: Busch Memorial Stadium; 1975

     -Gateway Arch: from the Mississippi River; 1975

     -Gateway Arch: from south overlook; 1975

     -Gateway Arch: National Park Service Memorial site; 1975

     -Gateway Arch: north ramp; 1975

     -Gateway Arch: observation room atop Arch; 1970

     -Gateway Arch: prairie schooner, visitor center; 1975

     -Gateway Arch: riverfront at sunset; 1975

     -Gateway Arch: riverfront heliport; 1975

     -Gateway Arch: riverfront skyline at twilight; 1970

     -Gateway Arch: St. Louis skyline at night; 1970

     -Gateway Arch: view from the top; 1975

     -Gateway to the West Arch; architect Eero Saarinen; photographer Joseph P. Messana (12)

     -Old Courthouse: May 1978 (3)

     -Old Courthouse: photographer F. Ray Leimkuehler

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Lodging Houses

     -100 Block of Market St.: May 1978

     -Greek Lodging House; May 1978

     -Kitchen of Greek Lodging House: May 1978

     -Lodging House: May 1978

     -Municipal Lodging House: May 1978

     -S. 7th St.: May 1978

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Louisiana Purchase Exposition 

     -Agriculture Building

     -Alaska Building

     -Arizona Building

     -Arkansas Building

     -Art Palace

     -Art Palace: eastern temporary wing

     -Art Palace: plan

     -Borglum Sculpture: The Blizzard

     -Borglum Sculpture: Buffalo Dance

     -Borglum Sculpture: Cowboy at Rest

     -Breuster Sculpture: Raphael

     -Bringhurst Sculpture: Threads of Life

     -Cascades

     -Cascades: detail

     -Colorado Building

     -Connecticut Building

     -David R. Francis: Exposition president

     -Education Palace (6)

     -Education Palace: west entrance

     -Electricity Palace (6)

     -Flanagan Sculpture: Josph Henry

     -Forestry, Fish, and Game Building

     -French Sculpture: Napoleon

     -Garden between Machinery & Electrical Buildings

     -Gerlach Sculpture: Minnesota

     -Government Building

     -Grounds (2)                                                           

     -Hall of Congresses (3)

     -Hall of Congresses: cloister

     -Hawaii Building

     -Heber Sculpture: Indian Territory 

      -House of the Hoo-Hoo

     -Illinois Building

     -Illinois Governor Yates Leading Military Parade

     -Indiana Building

     -Inside Inn

     -Iowa Building

     -Jaegers Sculpture: Arkansas

     -Jaegers Sculpture: Egyptian Art

     -Kansas Building

     -Kentucky Building

     -Konti Sculpture: Atlantic Ocean

     -Konti Sculpture: Cascades detail

     -Konti Sculpture: Cascades Fountain

     -Konti Sculpture: Fishery

     -Konti Sculpture: Spirit of the Atlantic

     -Konti Sculpture: Spirit of the Pacific Ocean

     -Konti Sculpture: Symbolic Group

     -Lawrie Sculpture: Horse Group

     -Liberal Arts Palace (4)

     -Lopez and Roth Sculpture: Quadriga 

     -Louisiana Building

     -Louisiana Purchase Monument: sculpture by K. Bitter

     -Machinery Building (5)

     -Manufacturers Building

     -Manufacturers Building: north façade

     -Mexican Building

     -Mines and Metallurgy Building (2)

     -Minnesota Building

     -Misc. (3)

     -Missouri Building

     -Montana Building

     -Napoleon Bonaparte Statue and Festival Hall

     -New Jersey Building

     -Ohio Building

     -Oklahoma Building

     -Packer Sculpture: Nebraska

     -Patter Sculpture: DeSoto

     -Physical Culture Building

     -President Roosevelt in Liberal Arts Building

     -President T. Roosevelt Leaving Mansion of Expo president Francis: Dedication Day

     -Skodik Sculpture: Industry for Women

     -Transportation Palace (2)

     -Transportation Palace: relief by Wiehle

     -Transverse Lagoon

     -Varied Industries Palace (9)

     -Virginia Building

     -Weinmann Sculpture: Kansas

     -West Virginia Building

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Maps and Views

     -1804

     -1809

     -1819-1820: showing fortifications at various periods

     -1822

     -1850: from City Directory

     -1855-1876

     -Aerial View of Downtown; May 1978

     -Chouteau Map: 1825, copy in 1846

     -Chouteau Map: date unknown; May 1978

     -City Map

     -Collot Map: 1796

     -Cruzat’s Plan: 1780

     -JC Wild Lithograph: from 4th St. to levee, 1840

     -Lucas Place View: 1854

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McDonnell Planetarium

     -McDonnell Planetarium: architects Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum; October 1966 (8)

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Miscellaneous

     -Advertising; May 1978 (2)

     -Amateur ball team; May 1978

     -Billboards; May 1978 (2)

     -Car Heaven mural detail; 1979 (3)

     -Civic Improvement monogram

     -Excursion to Delmar Gardens; May 1978

     -Founding of St. Louis, Post-Dispatch sketch; April 1978

     -Fower, waiting for a bath

     -Great Fire of 1849; April 1978

     -Harlan Sewer under construction; May 1978

     -Home improvement; May 1978

     -Housing; May 1978 (2)

     -Housing: between Morgan & Linden St.; May 1978

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Miscellaneous Cont.

     -Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery; May 1978 

     -Kerry Patch

     -Lamp post; May 1978

     -Passageway to Tenement; May 1978

     -Stage coach; April 1978

     -Suburban car line; April 1978

     -Suburban tracks, west from Taylor; April 1978

     -Syrians group; May 1978

     -Tenement; May 1978 (2)

     -Tom Thumb’s 1st visit to St. Louis, Olive west from 4th St.; April 1978

     -Tornado damage, Taylor Ave.; February 1958

     -Tornado damage, Westmoreland Hotel; February 1958

     -Town crier, 3rd St. near Plum

     -Transfer of Upper Louisiana, 1804, at St. Louis

     -Veiled Prophet ball

     -Veiled Prophet parade

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Missouri Botanical Garden

     -Climatron: architects Murphy & Mackey, 1960; photographer Joseph P. Messana (8)

     -Lily pond: architect WJ Harris Jr., 1933; April 1978

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Missouri Capitol Building 

     -Barnett Painting: Riches from the Mines, Resources Museum

     -Benton Painting: Family, Farm, and Law

     -Benton Mural (2)

     -Berninghaus Painting: Indian Attack on St. Louis, 1780, Soldiers and Sailors Museum

     -Berninghaus Painting: Surrender of the Miamis to General Dodge, Soldiers and Sailors Museum

     -Blondheim Painting: Vauquois Heights, Soldiers and Sailors Museum

     -Blumenschein Painting: Trader at Ft. Carondelet

     -Blumenschein Painting: Washington Irving and Kit Carson

     -Brangwyn at Work (2)

     -Brangwyn Painting: The Bridge Builders

     -Brangwyn Painting: the eye of the dome

     -Brangwyn Painting: The First Landing, pendentive at base of dome

     -Brangwyn Painting: Home Builders, pendentive at base of dome

     -Brangwyn Painting: The Pioneers, pendentive at base of dome

     -Calder Sculpture: Doniphan Brigade, Santa Fe Trail, frieze on southern façade

     -Calder Sculpture: The First Plowing, frieze on southern façade

     -Calder Sculpture: H. DeSoto, frieze on southern façade

     -Calder Sculpture: Primitive Buffalo Hunt, frieze on southern façade

     -Calder Sculpture: Reading Process of Admission, frieze on southern façade

     -Capitol Building: 1840-1911 -Capitol Building: architect’s drawing

     -Carpenter Painting: Missouri Troops Entering Havana, Soldiers and Sailors Museum

     -Dunton Painting: Emigrants Leaving Westport

     -Dunton Painting: First Train Arriving at Tipton, 1858

     -Dunton Painting: Pony Express Leaving St. Joseph

     -Edgewater Tapestry Loom: senate lounge (2)

     -Entrance to Museum

     -Fry Sculpture: Head of Ceres, bronze figure for top of dome

     -Grand Stairway

     -Grand Stairway: stone carving

     -House of Representatives 

     -Melchers Painting

     -Melchers Painting: Eugene Field, Governor’s Reception Room

     -Melchers Painting: Kindergarten of Miss Susan Blow, Governor’s Reception Room

     -Melchers Painting: Major James S. Rollins, Governor’s Reception Room

     -Melchers Painting: Mark Twain, Governor’s Reception Room

     -Miller Painting: Assembling First Legislature

     -Miller Painting: Benton at St. Louis, Senate chamber

     -Miller Painting: Blair’s Speech at Louisiana, Senate chamber

     -Miller Painting: Daniel Boone at Judgement Tree, Senate chamber

     -Miller Painting: Return of Lewis and Clark, Senate chamber

     -Rotunda

     -Rotunda: columns and capitals

     -Nuderscher Painting: The Artery of Trade, Resources Room

     -Senate Lounge

     -Wuerpel Painting: Ha-Ha-Tonka, Resources Museum

     -Wyeth Painting: Battle of Wilson’s Creek, Soldiers and Sailors Museum

     -Wyeth Painting: Battle of Westport, Soldiers and Sailors Museum

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Missouri Towns

     -Arrow Rock: Arrow Rock Tavern, built 1834

     -Arrow Rock: Arrow Rock Tavern bedroom, built 1834

     -Arrow Rock: George C. Bingham House, before alterations

     -Bethel: Tannery, built ca. 1850

     -Bethel: House of President William Kiel, built 1845

     -Boonville: Thomas Nelson House, 1843

     -Columbia: University of Missouri, Memorial Tower

     -Cooper County: Caleb Jones House, built ca. 1840

     -Cooper County: Shoemaker House, built 1860 Crystal City: cabin and spring house

     -Danville: tavern

     -Fayette: Judge Abiel Leonard House, 1833-1836

     -Howard County: Judge Abiel Leonard House, 1833-1836, hall and parlor

     -Howard County: Hocker House, parlor, built ca. 1843

     -Howard County: Kinney Mansion, built 1869

     -Howard County: Morrison House, built ca. 1832

     -Howard County: Morrison House, parlor mantle, built ca. 1832

     -Howard County: Morrison House, rear view, built ca. 1832

     -Howard County: Mount’s Landing, built ca. 1870

     -Howard County: Nicholas Burkhardt House, built 1832

     -Howard County: Nicholas Burkhardt House, Missouri Room, 1832

     -Howard County: Nicholas Burkhardt House, stairway, built 1832

     -Howard County: Thomas Hickman House, built 1819

     -Howard County: Thomas Hickman House, bedroom, built 1819

     -Howard County: Thomas Hickman House, doorway, built 1819

     -Howard County: Spense Cabin

     -Howard County: Tarton Turner House, 1830; May 1978

     -Monticello: only remaining house in Monticello, near Glasgow, built ca. 1832

     -Rocheport: Augell House, doorway

     -Saline County: Dr. Locke Hardeman House, built ca. 1845

     -Saline County: Dr. Locke Hardeman House, stairway, built ca. 1845

     -Saline County: Governor MM Marmaduke House, built 1844

     -Saline County: William B. Sappington House, built 1844 (3)

     -Ste. Genevieve: Bolduc House

     -Ste. Genevieve: Felix Valle Home

     -Ste. Genevieve: oldest brick house, built ca. 1805

     -Ste. Genevieve: Senator Lynn House

     -Ste. Genevieve: Rozier House, St. Genevieve Academy, built ca. 1808

     -Ste. Genevieve: Ste. Genevieve Hotel, slave cabins

     -Ste. Genevieve: Papin House; October 1960

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Pageant and Masque

     -DeSoto Discovery of the Mississippi River

     -Figure of Gold

     -Forest Park

     -George R. Clark

     -Lewis and Clark Expedition

     -Leyendecker Poster

     -Maya Chief

     -The Mound Builders

     -Pageant and Masque; April-May 1978 (9)

     -Transfer of Northern Louisiana

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Parks

     -Benton Park: 1900; May 1978

     -Benton Park: lake and bridge, 1885; May 1978

     -Carr Park: 1908; May 1978

     -Chain of Rocks Park: Prospect Hill; May 1978

     -Fairgrounds Park: 1875; April 1978

     -Fairgrounds Park: zoo building, 1875; April 1978

     -Forest Park: 1895; May 1978

     -Forest Park: 1955 (4)

     -Forest Park: bandstand, 1870; May 1978

     -Forest Park: bridge; May 1978

     -Forest Park: Cottage Restaurant, 1897; May 1978

     -Forest Park: lagoon, 1897; May 1978

     -Forest Park: outing; May 1978

     -Forest Park: picnic; May 1978

     -Forest Park: Post-Dispatch Lake; May 1978

     -Forest Park: Story House Free Fair; May 1978

     -Lafayette Park: 1st park in St. Louis, 1857; May 1978

     -Lafayette Park: after tornado, 1896; May 1978

     -Lafayette Park: bandstand, 1867-1876; May 1978

     -Lafayette Park: lake; May 1978

     -Lafayette Park: southeast gate

     -Linden Park: St. Louis & Glasgow, from “Unser Blatt,” 1872; May 1978

     -Lyon Park: May 1978

     -Memorial Plaza: ca. 1930; May 1978

     -Tower Grove Park: May 1978

     -Tower Grove Park: east gate

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Playgrounds

     -7th & Russell: calisthenics; May 1978

     -10th & Mullanphy: April 1978

     -10th & Russell: teaching to saw; May 1978

     -Carnegie Place Playground: May 1978

     -Carr Square Playground: 1909; May 1978

     -Misc.: May 1978

     -School Gardens: Henrietta & California; May 1978 (2)

     -School Gardens: girls transplanting; May 1978

     -School Gardens: prize winners, 1903; May 1978

     -Yeatman Square: April 1978

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Public Schools

     -Benton School: swimming school; May 1978

     -Central High School: built 1856, abandoned 1893; May 1978 (2)

     -Clark School: May 1978

     -Columbia School: May 1978

     -Eliot School: May 1978

     -Industrial School: May 1978

     -Irving School: May 1978

     -Lyon School: Vermont & Koeln St.; May 1978

     -Mullanphy School: 1908; May 1978

     -Patrick Henry School: rear; May 1978

     -School for the Deaf: photographer F. Ray Leimkuehler

     -Soldan High School: May 1978

     -Sumner High School: ca. 1900; May 1978

     -Wyman School: April 1978

      -Wyman School: with Teacher’s College; May 1978

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Riverfront

     -Arsenal Levee: May 1978

     -Bluffs along North Broadway: 1900; April 1978

     -Harbor Boat “Mark Twain”: May 1978

     -Mississippi River: at Montesanto, MO; May 1978

     -Old River Steamboat: April 1978

     -Riverfront: May 1978 (3)

      -Riverfront: east from Caldwell Street; May 1978

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St. Louis City Hall

     -City Hall: April 1978

     -City Hall: east front; April 1978

     -City Hall: interior; May 1978

     -City Hall: mayor’s office; April 1968-May 1978 (2)

     -City Hall: photographer F. Ray Leimkuehler                      

     -City Hall: reception room; April 1978

     -“France Gives Fleur de Lis”: November 1967 (7)

     -“Indian Offering Peace Pipe”: October 1967 (3)

     -“Louisiana as Part of the Union”: October 1967 (3)

     -“Louisiana Purchase”: October-December 1967 (5)

     -Opening of Republication Convention: McKinley nominated; April 1978

     -“Spain Nurtures Fleur de Lis”: October-December 1967 (11)

     “Transfer of Louisiana to USA”: October 1967

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St. Louis Public Library

     -Carpenter Branch: photographer F. Ray Leimkuehler

     -Central (21)

     -Central: Applied Science

     -Central: Art Department; May 1978

     -Central: Circulation (2)

     -Central: delivery hall; May 1978

     -Central: entrance; May 1978

     -Central: entrance hall; May 1978

     -Central: main hall

     -Central: Music Department; June 1965

     -Central: open shelves

     -Central: rear view; May 1978

     -Central: Steedman Architectural Room; May 1978 (3)

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Sculpture 

     -Aloe Plaza and Fount: sculptor Carl Milles, 1940; photographer Joseph P. Messana; October 1966 (14)

     -St. Louis, King of France: May 1978

     -St. Louis, King of France: sculptor Niehaus, Forest Park; May 1978 (2)

     -St. Louis, King of France: sculptor Miller, Tower Grove Park; May 1978 (2)

     -Thomas H. Benton: sculptor Hosmer, Tower Grove Park; May 1978

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Streets

     -2nd & Mullanphy: rear; May 1978

     -4th Street: looking north from Chestnut; May 1978

     -5th & O’Fallon, rear, after 1900: May 1978 (2)

     -7th Street: 1491 North; May 1978

     -7th & O’Fallon: April 1978

     -7th & Russell: boys painting fence; May 1978

     -9th & Market: overhead signs, ca. 1900; May 1978

     -10th & Mullanphy: after 1900; April 1978

     -11th Street: May 1978

     -12th Street: 1905; May 1978

     -12th Street: looking north from Market, ca. 1900

     -2th & Market: billboards; May 1978

     -13th & Chestnut: southwest corner; May 1978

     -Benton Place: gate

     -Branch Street: west from Blair Ave.; May 1978

     -Broadway: looking north from Chestnut, 1872; May 1978

     -Broadway: north from Dover, April 1903; April 1978

     -Broadway & Locust: ca. 1900; May 1978

     -Broadway & Market: handbills on building; May 1978

     -Cabanne Place: damage; 1998

     -Cabanne Place: gate

     -Cass: 719, 1st prize, home improvement; May 1978

     -Chestnut: 1322; May 1978

     -Chouteau & Sarah: triangle, ca. 1900; May 1978 (2)

     -Compton Heights: west gate 

     -Flora Place: gate

     -Grand: house; May 1978

     -Hortense Place: west gate

     -Jefferson: billboards; May 1978

     -Jefferson: ca. 1900; May 1978

     -Jefferson & Lafayette: ca. 1900; May 1978

     -Kensington: 5181, 1905; May 1978

     -Kingsbury Place: April 1978

     -Kingsbury Place: east gate (2)

     -Kingshighway: east addition; May 1978

     -Kingshighway: looking south from Delmar; May 1978

     -Kingshighway: proposed bridge; May 1978

     -Leffingwell & Lawton: northeast corner; May 1978

     -Lenox Place: gate

     -Lewis Place: east gate (2)

     -Lewis Place: gate

     -Lindell: looking east, west of Channing, ca. 1900; May 1978

     -Main Street: looking north from Walnut; 1875; May 1978

     -Market: north side, west from 12th Street; May 1978

     -Market: north side, west from 13th Street; May 1978

     -Market & Chestnut: May 1978

     -Moonvine

     -Olive Street: billboards; May 1978

     -Olive Street: looking west from 3rd Street, 1840; May 1978

     -Olive Street: looking west from 4th Street, 1850-1872; May 1978 (3)

     -Olive Street: theater posters; April 1978

     -Olive Street: west from Broadway, ca. 1900; May 1978

     -Olive & Taylor: billboards, ca. 1900; May 1978

     -Olive & Walton: triangle; May 1978

     -Parkview Place: house

     -Pennsylvania & Stein: after 1900; April 1978

     -Pershing Place: gate

     -Pershing Place: west gate

     -Pine Street: south, January 1900; May 1978

     -Portland Place: east gate (3)

     -Portland Place: looking west; April 1978

     -Portland Place: rear gate

     -Portland Place: west gate

     -St. Louis Avenue: east from 23rd Street, ca. 1900; May 1978

     -Shaw Place: house (2)

     -Shaw Place: south gate (2)

     -Soulard & Julia Avenue: 1900; April 1978

     -Sullivan Avenue: east from Grand, after 1900; May 1978

     -Tower Grove & Shaw Avenue: after 1900; April 1978

     -Union Avenue: Hodiamont suburban car, ca. 1900; May 1978

     -Union Avenue: tracks, after 1900; April 1978

     -Union Avenue: waiting room suburban tracks; April 1978

     -Utah Street: after 1900; April 1978

     -Vandeventer Place: entrance; April 1978

     -Vandeventer Place: gate, Forest Park

     -Washington Avenue: square, ca. 1900; May 1978

     -Waterman Place: gate

     -Westminster Place; April 1978

     -Westminster Place: gate

     -Westminster Place: west gate (2)

     -Westmoreland Place: east gate

     -Westmoreland Place: west gate

     -Windemere Place: gate

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Universities and Colleges

     -St. Louis University; May 1978

     -Washington University: April-May 1978 (5)

     -Washington University: John M. Olin Library, architects Murphy & Mackey, photographer Joseph P. Messana; October 1966 (4) 

     -Washington University: Steinberg Hall, 1961, architect Fumihiko Maki, photographer Joseph P. Messana; October 1966 (5)

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