2 edition of pictorial history of St. Louis. found in the catalog.
pictorial history of St. Louis.
Norbury L. Wayman
1968 in [St. Louis] .
Written in English
|Statement||All drawings and text by Norbury L. Wayman.|
|LC Classifications||F474.S2 W33|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||36 (i.e. 72) p.|
|Number of Pages||72|
|LC Control Number||73006694|
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Louis is a map, but its creator intended it to be presented as a book. As the story goes, Richard J. Compton set out pictorial history of St. Louis. book early s with the goal of not only. A pictorial history of St. Louis Paperback – January 1, by Norbury L Wayman (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating.
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"A biographical dictionary of the leading men of the city of St. Louis" in the early years of this century. Saint Louis, Mo. - Pictorial Works. Some subject headings use the general topic first, followed by the geographical location, eg: Schools. Elkhart: A Pictorial History by George E.
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"Pictorial St. Louis" Maps Public Domain images of the city of St. Louis, Missouri from High-angle oblique illustrations. See image Key for layout of individual images.
Show moreViews: K. Book Description G. Bradley Publishing, St. Louis, MO, Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Signed and inscribed by author on title page. Limited special edition published in Brown leatherette covers with gilt lettering on front and Edition: 1st Edition.
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Indexed source. Shewey's Pictoiral St. Louis, Past and Present: A Sketch. Atlas Name: St. Louis Pictoral Atlas, Publisher: Compton & Company, Publish Date: ; Location: Missouri. ITEM: Pictorial history of the Louisiana Purchase and the World's Fair at St. Louis: containing captivating descriptions of magnificent buildings at the world-renowned exposition, gardens and cascades, colossal structures and marvelous exhibits, such as works of art, scientific and industrial achievements, the latest inventions, discoveries, etc., etc., including an account of all the world's Seller Rating: % positive.
Granite City A Pictorial History You can take a visual tour of Granite City by opening this book. The sights that make our city unusual have been recorded by many Granite City photographers and collected in this volume. The Granite City story begins with two brothers--William F.
and Frederick G. Niedringhaus -. Much of my information about Compton & Dry came from a fantastic book titled St. Louis Illustrated Nineteenth-Century Engravings and Lithographs of a Mississippi River Metropolis by John W. Reps. The book is now out of print, but I was able to purchase a copy in great condition for only $ from an online used bookseller.
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Filled with exquisite black-and-white photographs from throughout the history of the game, a magnificent pictorial history of baseball covers everything from the game's inception inthrough the Black Sox scandal, to Dwight Gooden.
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Candace O’Connor, author of the pictorial history book Beginning a Great Work: Washington University in St. Louis,signs a copy for Robert I. Virgil, Ph.D. (right), as Chancellor Mark S. Wrighton looks is the chair of the Sesquicentennial Commission, a University trustee, former Olin School of Business dean and former executive vice chancellor for University.
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