A report on St. Louis

The home of Auguste Chouteau in St. Louis. Chouteau and Pierre Laclède founded St. Louis in 1764.
In 1780 during the American Revolutionary War, St. Louis was attacked by British forces, mostly Native American allies, in the Battle of St. Louis.
White men pose, 104 Locust Street, St. Louis, Missouri, in 1852 at Lynch's slave market.
City of St. Louis and Riverfront, 1874
South Broadway after a May 27, 1896, tornado
The Government Building at the 1904 World's Fair
View of the Arch (completed 1965) from Laclede's Landing, the remaining section of St. Louis's commercial riverfront
Wainwright Building (1891), an important early skyscraper designed by Louis Sullivan
A cluster of skyscrapers is located just west of the Gateway Arch and the Mississippi River.
Many houses in Lafayette Square are built with a blending of Greek Revival, Federal and Italianate styles.
French style houses in Lafayette Square
The Delmar Loop is a neighborhood close to Washington University, on the border of the city and St. Louis County.
Rivers in the St. Louis area
The Captains' Return statue inundated by the Mississippi River, 2010.
Tower Grove Park in spring
The Missouri Botanical Garden
Map of racial distribution in St. Louis, 2010 U.S. Census. Each dot is 25 people:
Pruitt–Igoe was a large housing project constructed in 1954, which became infamous for poverty, crime and segregation. It was demolished in 1972.
The Anheuser-Busch packaging plant in St. Louis
Barnes-Jewish Hospital, which is affiliated with the Washington University School of Medicine
The Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis
The St. Louis Art Museum in Forest Park
Busch Stadium in downtown St. Louis
The Enterprise Center in downtown St. Louis
The Sinquefield Cup chess tournament is hosted annually in St. Louis
Forest Park features a variety of attractions, including the St. Louis Zoo, the St. Louis Art Museum, the Missouri History Museum, and the St. Louis Science Center.
The Jewel Box, a greenhouse and event venue in Forest Park
St. Louis Mayor Tishaura Jones in 2017
Brookings Hall at Washington University in St. Louis
St. Louis University High School was founded in 1818. Their current building pictured here was built in 1924.
The former St. Louis Post-Dispatch building in downtown St. Louis
Interstate 64 crossing the Mississippi in Downtown St. Louis
St. Louis MetroLink Red Line train leaving St. Louis Union Station
University City-Big Bend Subway Station along the Blue Line, near Washington University.
Control tower and main terminal at St. Louis Lambert
An eastbound Terminal Railroad Association of St. Louis freight train passing under the Hampton Avenue viaduct.
Bus passing under the St. Louis Science Center walkway

Second-largest city in Missouri.

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The Gateway Arch

Gateway Arch National Park

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The Gateway Arch
The Old Courthouse from the observation area at the top of the arch
The Missouri state quarter depicting the Gateway Arch and the Lewis and Clark Expedition

Gateway Arch National Park is an American national park located in St. Louis, Missouri, near the starting point of the Lewis and Clark Expedition.

St. Louis Browns

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The St. Louis Browns were a Major League Baseball team that originated in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, as the Milwaukee Brewers.

The St. Louis Browns were a Major League Baseball team that originated in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, as the Milwaukee Brewers.

Barney Pelty
George Sisler

A charter member of the American League (AL), the Brewers moved to St. Louis, Missouri, after the 1901 season, where they played for 52 years as the St. Louis Browns.

United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit

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The court is composed of eleven active judges and is based primarily at the Thomas F. Eagleton United States Courthouse in St. Louis, Missouri, and secondarily at the Warren E. Burger United States Courthouse in St. Paul, Minnesota.

Tom P. Barnett in 1904

Thomas P. Barnett

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Tom P. Barnett in 1904
Kingsbury Place in St. Louis, 1902
Palace of Liberal Arts at the 1904 World's Fair
Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis, 1912
Adolphus Hotel in Dallas, 1912
Cathedral of St. Patrick in El Paso, 1914
Busch Mausoleum in Bellefontaine Cemetery, 1915
Saint Clement Catholic Church in Chicago, 1917
Winter River Landscape, 1907
Close of a Winter Day, 1914, in the collection of the Saint Louis Art Museum
Forest Park Landscape, 1916
Riches of the Mines, 1922, mural in the Missouri State Capitol
In the Heart of the Ozarks, 1925
Pickle Stone Company, 1925
Construction of the River des Peres Channel in Forest Park, 1927
Mid Winter, 1929

Thomas P. Barnett (February 11, 1870 – September 23, 1929), also known professionally as Tom Barnett and Tom P. Barnett, was an American architect and painter from St. Louis, Missouri.

United States Customhouse and Post Office (St. Louis, Missouri)

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Photo taken from the south-east corner of the Old Post Office in St. Louis, Missouri. The photo shows the principal facade along Olive Street.

The U.S. Custom House and Post Office is a court house at 815 Olive Street in downtown St. Louis, Missouri.

St. Louis Cardinals (NFL)

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The Cardinals playing against the Packers in the 1982 NFC First Round Playoff game.
The Cardinals playing against the Patriots in 1984.

From 1960 to 1987, the professional American football team now known as the Arizona Cardinals played in St. Louis, Missouri, as the St. Louis Cardinals.

Osage Nation

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Midwestern Native American tribe of the Great Plains.

Midwestern Native American tribe of the Great Plains.

Map of traditional Osage lands by the late 17th century
Shonka Sabe (Black Dog). Chief of the Hunkah division of the Osage tribe. Painted in 1834 by George Catlin
Osage warrior painted by George Catlin
War on the plains. Comanche (right) trying to lance Osage warrior. Painting by George Catlin, 1834
Oklahoma and Indian territory map, circa 1890s, created using Census Bureau data.
Four Osage men with U.S president Calvin Coolidge after signing the Indian Citizenship Act of 1924, which granted Indians across the country full citizenship for the first time. By then two thirds were already citizens.
Chief of the Little Osage, c. 1807
Limestone, a mineral resource for the Osage Nation
Yatika Starr Fields, Osage painter and muralist
Osage Nation Campus in Pawhuska, Oklahoma, including the Osage Nation Museum (left), Osage Veterans Memorial with the feather sculpture (center), and the Osage Nation law and government services buildings (background)
Osage Casino Hotel in Skiatook

By the late 18th century, the Osage did extensive business with the French Creole fur trader René Auguste Chouteau, who was based in St. Louis; the city was part of territory under nominal Spanish control after the Seven Years' War but was dominated by French colonists.

St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department

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A Chevrolet Tahoe of SLMPD's MetroLink patrol unit

The Metropolitan Police Department of the City of St. Louis (also known as the SLMPD or Metro) is the primary law enforcement agency for the U.S. city of St. Louis.

Wells Fargo Advisors

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Wells Fargo Advisors is a subsidiary of Wells Fargo, located in St Louis, Missouri.

Street view of the Washington Avenue Loft District

Washington Avenue Historic District (St. Louis, Missouri)

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Street view of the Washington Avenue Loft District

The Washington Avenue Historic District is located in Downtown West, St. Louis, Missouri along Washington Avenue, and bounded by Delmar Boulevard to the north, Locust Street to the south, 8th Street on the east, and 18th Street on the west.