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Missouri in the earliest Photography – 24 Rare Vintage Photos Capture St. Louis from 1848-70 by Thomas Easterly

Fourth Street looking North, 1867 to intersection with Locust Street. Daguerreotype by Thomas M. Easterly, Missouri History Museum Photographs and Prints Collections.

Vintage downtown - Woolworth's (STL Pin of the Day, 8/8/2014).

Downtown St Louis - Vintage Photo I remember going there as a little boy with my grandma.

Christmas window at downtown Famous-Barr. Photographic print by Reynold Ferguson, 1964. Missouri History Museum. ©St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

Christmas window at downtown Famous-Barr. Photographic print by Reynold Ferguson, Missouri History Museum.

Photograph taken in January 1967 showing a view of the Gateway Arch from the stands at Busch Stadium. The stadium had been open for just one season. Photograph by Henry T. Mizuki. Mac Mizuki Photography Studio Collection, Missouri History Museum. | collections.mohistory.org

January 1967 Gateway Arch from the stands at Busch Stadium. The stadium had been open for just one season. Henry T.

Remember

I remember a Katz store, in Springfield, Missouri, when I visited Grandma as a child. I was fascinated by the cat sign.

St. Louis, Washington Avenue west from Eighth Street. Photograph by George Stark, 1903. At one time St. Louis’s Garment District was second only to New York’s as an American center for fashion design and manufacturing.

St. Louis, Washington Avenue west from Eighth Street. Photograph by George Stark, 1903. At one time St. Louis’s Garment District was second only to New York’s as an American center for fashion design and manufacturing.

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