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East of the Mississippi: Nineteenth-Century American Landscape Photography

East of the Mississippi: Nineteenth-Century American Landscape Photography

People walk across the frozen Mississippi River from East St. Louis to St. Louis on Feb. 12, 1936. The Municipal (later MacArthur) Bridge piers are in the background. (Lou Phillips, St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

People crossing the frozen Mississippi River from East St. Louis to St. Louis on Feb. 1936 with the Municipal (later MacArthur) Bridge piers in the background. by Lou Phillips, Post-Dispatch

Olive Street St Louis Missouri 1907

When Missouri became a state in St. Louis County was created from the boundaries of the former St. Louis subdistrict of the Missouri Territory;

Sledding on Art Hill, after the world's fair, 1904-05 by Missouri History Museum

Sledding on Art Hill, After the Fair was Over. Louisans sledding down Art Hill after the 1904 World's Fair was over. The East Restaurant Pavilion and Colonnade of States are still visible in the background).

St. Louis City homes in the Tower Grove East neighborhood.

louis city homes in the tower grove east neighborhood. how i miss my little neighborhood.

Lawton Boulevard looking east at Leffingwell Avenue during Mill Creek Valley demolition, 12 July Missouri History Museum

Aerial view of the east side of Forest Park, 1930-1940. Visible Forest Park attractions include the Municipal Opera (Muny); World's Fair Pavilion; the Saint Louis Zoo; baseball fields; and the tennis courts, later known as the Dwight Davis Tennis Center. St. Louis City Planning Agencies Collection, Missouri History Museum.

Aerial view of the east side of Forest Park and surrounding residential neighborhoods.

St. Louis lookingd east from approximately 15th Street. Photo from the same perspective.

Louis lookingd east from approximately Street. Photo from the same perspective.

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