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Post Office St Louis Missouri Postcard

Post Office St Louis Missouri Postcard

Here is a vintage linen postcard of the U. Post Office in St. It is unused and in good condition.

1904 World's Fair in Forest Park #STLPRS Photo; Missouri History Museum

View looking west from the balcony of the German Pavilion looking toward the East Restaurant Pavilion and Festival Hall on the left and the Palace of Electricity at the right at the 1904 World's Fair.

Opening day of 1904 St. Louis World fair.  Festival Hall and the Terrace of States are in the distance

Opening day of 1904 St. Festival Hall and the Terrace of States are in the distance

This is a view of the Grand Basin of the 1904 Saint Louis World's Fair.  You can still see the Grand Basin in Forest Park.  It looks magical at twilight.  NOTE: interest in the World's Fair runs high - Forest Park Community College has a continuing education class called "Re-Living the 1904 World's Fair."

View of the Grand Basin of the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair. You can still see the Grand Basin in Forest Park today.

St Louis World's Fair 1904 - Festival Hall which contained the large organ built for the fair that was purchased by John Wanamaker for his dept store (now Macy's) in Philadelphia

St Louis World's Fair 1904 - Festival Hall which contained the large organ built for the fair that was purchased by John Wanamaker for his dept store (now Macy's) in Philadelphia

The Busch  Mausoleum - Adolphus Busch (1838–1913), founder of Anheuser Busch Company - Bellefontaine Cemetery St. Louis, MO

I wonder if they have cold beer. The Busch Mausoleum - Adolphus Busch founder of Anheuser Busch Company - Bellefontaine Cemetery St.

Coral Court rout 66 motel. Now demolished..

Coral Courts, pay by the hour motel. Such a sad day when they bulldozed this historic piece of Art Deco architecture!

FAYETTEVILLE AR US Post Office Exterior Street View c1920 Postcard

FAYETTEVILLE AR US Post Office Exterior Street View c1920 Postcard

Nwa History, Street View, Vintage Postcards, Vintage Photos, Post Office, Fayetteville Arkansas, Offices, Exterior, Vintage Travel Postcards

The Grand Leader Building, St Louis, Missouri, 1909  |  vintage postcard

Grand Leader St Louis Missouri Mauran Russell & Garden Architect Old MO Postcard

In this 1926 photo looking north on Third Street from Spruce, only the steeple of the Old Cathedral can be seen sticking above the surroundings. As St. Louis grew the riverfront became a dense mixture of businesses and warehouses, with the Old Cathedral stuck right in the center. Missouri History Museum. Read more: http://historyhappenshere.org/archives/7441

Looking north on Third Street from Spruce, the steeple of the Old Cathedral can be seen sticking above the surroundings,

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