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Exchange Bank, Third Street and Washington Avenue. (1857) ©Missouri History Museum

Exchange Bank, Third Street and Washington Avenue. (1857) ©Missouri History Museum

Street Illuminations, St. Louis, Fall of 1892. The Presidential Arch. (Broadway north of Chestnut Street).

Street Illuminations, St. Louis, Fall of 1892. The Presidential Arch. (Broadway north of Chestnut Street).

Uhrig's Cave beer garden. (1870) St. Louis has been in the brewing business for 200 years. Neighborhood breweries sprung up across the city throughout the 19th century. Before refrigeration, ice from the Mississippi River was placed in the caves to provide the constant cool temperatures needed to brew and store beer. Since beer was most often distributed by horse-drawn wagons, the early breweries tended to serve a neighborhood clientele via the local saloons and taverns. Missouri History…

Uhrig's Cave beer garden. (1870) St. Louis has been in the brewing business for 200 years. Neighborhood breweries sprung up across the city throughout the 19th century. Before refrigeration, ice from the Mississippi River was placed in the caves to provide the constant cool temperatures needed to brew and store beer. Since beer was most often distributed by horse-drawn wagons, the early breweries tended to serve a neighborhood clientele via the local saloons and taverns. Missouri History…

Facade and marquee of the Fox Theater, April 1929. Missouri History Museum

Facade and marquee of the Fox Theater, April 1929. Missouri History Museum

St. Louis, Missouri, circa 1900. Olive Street west from Sixth. 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. | Click image for Comments. | Home

St. Louis, Missouri, circa 1900. Olive Street west from Sixth. 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. | Click image for Comments. | Home

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