St. Louis July 11, 2017
This Is What St. Louis Looked Like 100 Years Ago And It May Surprise You
It’s awesome to look back and see what our city looked like 100 years ago. It is an absolutely intriguing view of the city like you never imagined. To see it today and what it looked like then will make you think…
1. St. Louis Riverfront and Gateway Arch Site, circa 1942.
2. Intersection of Fourteenth Street and Washington Avenue, 1900's.
3. St. Louis City Hall, 1900.
4. Outside of Harry Kram's Missouri-Illinois Live Fish Market,1914–1924.
5. Mule drawn street cleaner in the city of St. Louis, between 1900 and 1910.
6. Shaw's Garden (Missouri Botanical Garden), in front of Linnean House, circa, 1900-1910.
7. Street pavers at Compton Avenue North of Meramec St., circa between 1900 and 1930.
8. Girls in a swimming class at Mullanphy Pool, at Eleventh Street, between Cass Avenue and Mullanphy, 1914.
9. A newsboy stands with his papers under his arm on Olive Boulevard. This photo is looking west to Grand Avenue, 1907.
10. One of the first gas stations in St. Louis at 4614 Washington Boulevard, 1916.
What did you think of those incredible photos of St. Louis from the 1900s?
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