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Visions of The Lou’s Washington Avenue

Nothing remains of Colonial St. Louis on Washington Avenue except a high limestone bluff into which one hundred and ten years after the founding of St. Louis, James Buchanan Eads ran a railroad tunnel . When you cross the Mississippi … Continue reading

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Preserving & Expanding Upon St. Louis Landmarks

Despite layers of ice and snow that made negotiating city streets and sidewalks challenging, a standing-room-only-crowd gathered Friday in the office of the Landmarks Association of St. Louis (http://www.landmarks-stl.org/wabmo/) for historian Robert Moore, Jr.’s fascinating presentation, “Before the Arch: A … Continue reading

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