Landmarks of St. Louis

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View of the Eads Bridge under construction in 1870, listed as a St. Louis Landmark and National Historic Landmark

St. Louis Landmark is a designation of the Board of Aldermen of the City of St. Louis for historic buildings and other sites in St. Louis, Missouri, United States. Listed sites are selected after meeting a combination of criteria, such as whether the site is a cultural resource, near a cultural resource, or contributes in aggregate to the city as a cultural resource.[1] Once a site is designated as a landmark, it is subject to the St. Louis Preservation Board, which requires that any alterations beyond routine maintenance, up to and including demolition, must have permits that are reviewed by the Board.[1] Many St. Louis Landmarks are also listed on the National Register of Historic Places, providing federal tax support for preservation, and some are further designated National Historic Landmarks, providing additional federal oversight.

Criteria[edit]

The Mayor appoints an eight member Preservation Board to develop recommendations for landmark status in the city, which are then presented to and voted upon by the Board of Aldermen.[1] Recommendations are made based on petitions submitted to the Preservation Board by property owners, city aldermen, or the St. Louis City Cultural Resources Office (on behalf of the Preservation Board itself). The Preservation Board determines if a property is a cultural resource (and therefore is eligible for landmark status) based on whether it

  1. Has significant character or value as part of the development, heritage or cultural characteristics of the City, state or nation; or
  2. Is the site of a significant historic event; or
  3. Is the work of a master whose individual work has significantly influenced the development of the City, state or nation; or
  4. Contains elements of design, detail, materials or craftsmanship which represent a significant innovation; or
  5. Owing to its unique location or singular physical characteristic represents an established and familiar visual feature of a neighborhood, community or the City; or
  6. Has yielded, or is likely to yield, according to the best available scholarship, archaeological artifacts important in prehistory or history.
  7. Is a work of art located in a public space.[1]

However, Landmark property owned or controlled by the St. Louis Public Library, the St. Louis City Board of Education, Missouri or the United States government, or formerly owned or controlled by the former Art Museum Board of Control is exempt from the Preservation Board's authority.

National recognition[edit]

Several St. Louis Landmarks have been designated with National Historic Landmark status by the United States Secretary of the Interior for historical significance. All of those and a number of other districts, sites, buildings, structures, and objects worthy of preservation have been listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Not all St. Louis Landmarks have been listed on the National Register, and not all sites listed as National Historic Landmarks or listed on the National Register have been listed as St. Louis Landmarks. Additionally, St. Louis is home to the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial (classed as a National Memorial) and Ulysses S. Grant National Historic Site (classed as a National Historic Site), neither of which are listed as St. Louis Landmarks.


List of Landmarks[edit]

St. Louis Landmarks[2] Location Construction[2][3] Demolition[2] NRHP[4] NHL[3] Image
A 19th Century House 911 N. Tucker Street
38°38′05″N 90°11′46″W / 38.6348°N 90.1960°W / 38.6348; -90.1960 (A 19th Century House)
c. 1840
Ackley Building 511 Washington Ave
38°37′48″N 90°11′19″W / 38.6301°N 90.1886°W / 38.6301; -90.1886 (Ackley Building)
1876
Ambassador Theatre 11th and Locust 1926 1996 March 29, 1983
Anheuser-Busch Brewery 711 Pestalozzi
38°35′55″N 90°12′54″W / 38.5985°N 90.2150°W / 38.5985; -90.2150 (Anheuser-Busch Brewery)
1859 November 13, 1966 1942 HABS photo
Arcade Building 810 Olive
38°37′43″N 90°11′34″W / 38.6287°N 90.1929°W / 38.6287; -90.1929 (Arcade Building)
1919 March 23, 2003 Arcade Building
Apotheosis of St. Louis 1 Fine Arts Drive (Forest Park)
38°38′23″N 90°17′39″W / 38.6398°N 90.2941°W / 38.6398; -90.2941 (Apotheosis of St. Louis)
1906 Apotheosis-of-saint-louis.jpg
Ashley Street Power House Ashley Street and Mississippi River
38°38′09″N 90°10′53″W / 38.6357°N 90.1815°W / 38.6357; -90.1815 (Ashley Street Power House)
1902
Basilica of St. Louis, King of France
(Old Cathedral)
209 Walnut Street
38°37′26″N 90°11′15″W / 38.6239°N 90.1876°W / 38.6239; -90.1876 (Basilica of St. Louis (Old Cathedral))
1834 BASILICA OF ST LOUIS KING OF FRANCE MISSOURI USA Near the Gateway Arch TETRAGRAMMATON.jpg
Bee Hat Building 1021 Washington Ave
38°37′54″N 90°11′41″W / 38.6317°N 90.1946°W / 38.6317; -90.1946 (Bee Hat Building)
1905
Bell Telephone Building 920 Olive
38°37′45″N 90°11′40″W / 38.6291°N 90.1945°W / 38.6291; -90.1945 (Bell Telephone Building)
1889 August 5, 1999 Bell Telephone Building in 1889 (St. Louis, Missouri).jpg
Bethlehem Lutheran Church 2153 Salisbury
38°39′33″N 90°12′19″W / 38.6592°N 90.2054°W / 38.6592; -90.2054 (Bethlehem Lutheran Church)
1895
Bevo Mill 4749 Gravois
38°34′54″N 90°16′01″W / 38.5817°N 90.2670°W / 38.5817; -90.2670 (Bevo Mill)
1917 BevoMillOutAndAbout.jpg
Bissell Water Tower Bissell and Blair Avenues
38°40′13″N 90°12′20″W / 38.6704°N 90.2056°W / 38.6704; -90.2056 (Bissell Water Tower)
1886 June 5, 1970 STL Bissell and Blair Water Tower 01.JPG
Bissell House 4426 Randall
38°40′13″N 90°12′12″W / 38.6704°N 90.2034°W / 38.6704; -90.2034 (Lewis Bissell House)
1823
Broadway store buildings 7121–7129 S. Broadway
38°33′02″N 90°15′16″W / 38.5505°N 90.2545°W / 38.5505; -90.2545 (Broadway store buildings)
1850
Jack Buck Statue Busch Stadium
38°37′25″N 90°11′34″W / 38.6236°N 90.1927°W / 38.6236; -90.1927 (Jack Buck Statue)
1998
Cabanne House 115 Union Blvd (Forest Park)
38°38′40″N 90°16′31″W / 38.6445°N 90.2754°W / 38.6445; -90.2754 (Cabanne House (Park Keeper's House))
1875 Forest Park Headquarters Building.JPG
Campbell House Museum 1508 Locust
38°37′54″N 90°12′06″W / 38.6316°N 90.2018°W / 38.6316; -90.2018 (Campbell House Museum)
1851 Campbell House Exterior.JPG
Carondelet Branch Public Library 6800 Michigan
38°33′17″N 90°15′15″W / 38.5548°N 90.2542°W / 38.5548; -90.2542 (Carondelet Branch Public Library)
1907
Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis
(New Cathedral)
4431 Lindell Blvd
38°38′32″N 90°15′17″W / 38.6421°N 90.2548°W / 38.6421; -90.2548 (Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis (New Cathedral))
1914 Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis.JPG
Centenary Methodist Episcopal Church, South N. 16th & Pine Streets
38°37′49″N 90°12′13″W / 38.6304°N 90.2036°W / 38.6304; -90.2036 (Centenary Methodist Episcopal Church)
1869
Central Library Branch 1301 Olive
38°37′50″N 90°11′58″W / 38.6306°N 90.1995°W / 38.6306; -90.1995 (St. Louis Public Library (Central Library Branch))
1912 STLCentrallibrary.jpg
Chase Park Plaza Hotel 212 N. Kingshighway
38°38′42″N 90°15′52″W / 38.6449°N 90.2645°W / 38.6449; -90.2645 (Chase Park Plaza Hotel)
1920 Chase Park Plaza.jpg
Chatillon-DeMenil House 3352 DeMenil
38°35′33″N 90°12′58″W / 38.5925°N 90.2162°W / 38.5925; -90.2162 (Chatillon-DeMenil House)
1849 June 9, 1978 1936 HABS photo
Chemical Building 721 Olive
38°37′43″N 90°11′32″W / 38.6285°N 90.1921°W / 38.6285; -90.1921 (Chemical Building)
1896 March 19, 1982 Chemical Building
Christ Church Cathedral 1210 Locust
38°37′50″N 90°11′54″W / 38.6305°N 90.1984°W / 38.6305; -90.1984 (Christ Church Cathedral)
1867 March 7, 1990 October 12, 1994 1942 HABS photo
Christ Baptist Church 3114 Lismore Ave
38°39′23″N 90°12′41″W / 38.6565°N 90.2113°W / 38.6565; -90.2113 (Christ Baptist Church)
1896
St. Louis City Hall Tucker & Market
38°37′36″N 90°11′58″W / 38.6268°N 90.1994°W / 38.6268; -90.1994 (St. Louis City Hall)
1893 City Hall, St. Louis, Missouri.jpg
James L. Clemens House 1849 Cass Ave
38°38′36″N 90°12′09″W / 38.6434°N 90.2024°W / 38.6434; -90.2024 (James L. Clemens House)
1860
Collection of the St. Louis Mercantile Library Now in the Thomas Jefferson Library at UMSL 1846
Compton Hill Water Tower Grand and Russell
38°36′54″N 90°14′20″W / 38.6150°N 90.2389°W / 38.6150; -90.2389 (Compton Hill Water Tower)
1899 September 29, 1972 Compton Hill Water Tower.jpg
Cupples House 3673 West Pine
38°38′12″N 90°14′09″W / 38.6367°N 90.2357°W / 38.6367; -90.2357 (Cupples House)
1890 Cupples house 1890.jpg
Cupples Station Clark Ave to Poplar St (now I-64)/7th to 11th Streets
38°37′24″N 90°11′45″W / 38.6234°N 90.1957°W / 38.6234; -90.1957 (Cupples Station)
1894
Emmanuel DeHodiamont House 951 Maple Place
38°39′40″N 90°17′32″W / 38.6610°N 90.2923°W / 38.6610; -90.2923 (Emmanuel DeHodiamont House)
1830 December 4, 2002
DeSmet Hall 3647 West Pine Blvd 1898 1977
Eads Bridge Washington Ave and Mississippi River
38°37′44″N 90°10′44″W / 38.6289°N 90.1790°W / 38.6289; -90.1790 (Eads Bridge)
1874 October 15, 1966 January 29, 1964 1942 HABS photo
T.S. Eliot House 4446 Westminster
38°38′48″N 90°15′15″W / 38.6466°N 90.2542°W / 38.6466; -90.2542 (T.S. Eliot House)
1904
Eugene Field House 635 S. Broadway
38°37′11″N 90°11′30″W / 38.6197°N 90.1917°W / 38.6197; -90.1917 (Eugene Field House)
1845 March 29, 2007 1942 HABS photo
Feasting Fox Restaurant and Pub 4200 S. Grand
38°34′51″N 90°14′38″W / 38.5808°N 90.2440°W / 38.5808; -90.2440 (Feasting Fox Restaurant and Pub)
1913
Fox Theatre 523 N. Grand
38°38′19″N 90°13′54″W / 38.6386°N 90.2317°W / 38.6386; -90.2317 (Fox Theatre)
1929 October 8, 1976 Fox theater stl.jpg
Goldenrod (showboat) Relocated to Calhoun County, Illinois
39°20′28″N 90°37′10″W / 39.3410°N 90.6194°W / 39.3410; -90.6194 (Goldenrod Showboat)
1909
Grand Avenue Water Tower 20th and Grand
38°40′13″N 90°12′31″W / 38.6702°N 90.2086°W / 38.6702; -90.2086 (Grand Avenue Water Tower)
1871 June 15, 1970 STL North Grand Water Tower.JPG
Harris Row 18th St. between LaSalle & Hickory
38°37′09″N 90°12′37″W / 38.6193°N 90.2103°W / 38.6193; -90.2103 (Harris Row)
c. 1874
Holy Corners Historic District Kingshighway Blvd between Westminster Pl and Washington Ave
38°39′01″N 90°15′49″W / 38.6504°N 90.2637°W / 38.6504; -90.2637 (Holy Corners Historic District)
1902–1908 December 29, 1975
Holy Cross Lutheran Church 2650 Miami Street
38°35′23″N 90°13′41″W / 38.5898°N 90.2280°W / 38.5898; -90.2280 (Holy Cross Lutheran Church)
1867
Intake Water Tower No. 1 Mississippi River Channel
38°45′31″N 90°10′36″W / 38.7586°N 90.1768°W / 38.7586; -90.1768 (Intake Water Tower No. 1)
1894 Intake Water Tower No. 1
Intake Water Tower No. 2 Mississippi River Channel
38°45′33″N 90°10′28″W / 38.7593°N 90.1744°W / 38.7593; -90.1744 (Intake Water Tower No. 2)
1913 Intake Water Tower No. 2
Jefferson Memorial part of the Missouri History Museum Lindell & DeBaliviere
38°38′44″N 90°17′09″W / 38.6455°N 90.2857°W / 38.6455; -90.2857 (Jefferson Memorial)
1911 Jefferson Memorial
Kingsbury Place Kingsbury Pl and Kinshighway Blvd
38°39′03″N 90°16′42″W / 38.6507°N 90.2782°W / 38.6507; -90.2782 (Kingsbury Place)
c. 1890–1910
Kulage House 1904 E. College
38°40′34″N 90°12′46″W / 38.6762°N 90.2128°W / 38.6762; -90.2128 (Kulage House)
1876 May 10, 2002
Lammert Furniture Building 911 Washington Ave
38°37′52″N 90°11′36″W / 38.6311°N 90.1933°W / 38.6311; -90.1933 (Lammert Furniture Building)
1897
Lionberger House 3630 Grandel
38°38′26″N 90°13′55″W / 38.6405°N 90.2320°W / 38.6405; -90.2320 (Lionberger House)
1886 Lionberger001.jpg
Lyle Mansion Carondelet Park
38°33′36″N 90°15′45″W / 38.5601°N 90.2624°W / 38.5601; -90.2624 (Lyle Mansion)
1842
Masonic Temple 3681 Lindell Blvd
38°38′17″N 90°14′07″W / 38.6380°N 90.2354°W / 38.6380; -90.2354 (Masonic Hall)
1926 Masonic Temple
May Company Department Store Building 555 Washington Ave
38°37′49″N 90°11′20″W / 38.6302°N 90.1890°W / 38.6302; -90.1890 (May Company Department Store Building)
1875 June 23, 1983
Meeting of the Waters Fountain Aloe Plaza
38°37′48″N 90°12′28″W / 38.6299°N 90.2077°W / 38.6299; -90.2077 (Meeting of the Waters Fountain)
1940
Memorial Home S. Grand & Magnolia Avenues
38°36′28″N 90°14′31″W / 38.6079°N 90.2419°W / 38.6079; -90.2419 (Memorial Home)
1867
Merchandise Mart Building 1000 Washington Ave
38°37′51″N 90°11′40″W / 38.6309°N 90.1944°W / 38.6309; -90.1944 (Merchandise Mart Building)
1889
Merchants Laclede Building 408 Olive Street
38°37′38″N 90°11′18″W / 38.6273°N 90.1883°W / 38.6273; -90.1883 (Merchants Laclede Building)
1889
Mississippi Valley Trust Company Building 401 Pine Street
38°37′36″N 90°11′18″W / 38.6268°N 90.1883°W / 38.6268; -90.1883 (Mississippi Valley Trust Building)
1896 May 25, 2001 Mississippi Valley Trust Building
Missouri Athletic Club Building 409 Washington Ave
38°37′48″N 90°11′14″W / 38.6299°N 90.1873°W / 38.6299; -90.1873 (Missouri Athletic Club Building)
1915 Missouri Athletic Club.JPG
Most Holy Trinity Church 3519 N. 14th Street
38°39′37″N 90°11′54″W / 38.6603°N 90.1984°W / 38.6603; -90.1984 (Most Holy Trinity Church)
1899
Old Mutual Bank Building 716 Locust
38°37′45″N 90°11′30″W / 38.6291°N 90.1917°W / 38.6291; -90.1917 (Old Mutual Bank Building)
1917
Naked Truth Statue Compton Hill Reservoir Park
38°36′53″N 90°14′20″W / 38.6146°N 90.2390°W / 38.6146; -90.2390 (Naked Truth Statue)
1914 Naked Truth.jpg
Neighborhood Gardens Apartments 1200 N. 8th
38°38′12″N 90°11′21″W / 38.6368°N 90.1893°W / 38.6368; -90.1893 (Neighborhood Gardens Apartments)
1935
New Jerusalem Church of God
(formerly Most Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church)
2047 E. Grand Blvd
38°40′12″N 90°12′36″W / 38.6699°N 90.2099°W / 38.6699; -90.2099 (New Jerusalem Church of God)
1916
Old Courthouse 11 N. 4th Street
38°37′32″N 90°11′20″W / 38.6256°N 90.1888°W / 38.6256; -90.1888 (Old Courthouse)
1859 The Old Courthouse, Saint Louis, Missouri.JPG
Orpheum Theater
(formerly American Theater)
416 N. 9th
38°37′48″N 90°11′34″W / 38.6301°N 90.1929°W / 38.6301; -90.1929 (Orpheum Theatre)
1917 March 18, 1985 photo of Orpheum Theatre, formerly American Theatre
Page Boulevard Police Station Page and Union Blvds 1908 1995
Pelican's Restaurant 2256 S. Grand Ave
38°36′36″N 90°14′26″W / 38.6100°N 90.2406°W / 38.6100; -90.2406 (Pelican's Restaurant)
1895
Christian Peper Building 721–27 N. 1st Street
38°37′49″N 90°11′00″W / 38.6304°N 90.1832°W / 38.6304; -90.1832 (Christian Peper Building)
1874
Homer G. Phillips Hospital 2601 Whittier Ave
38°39′31″N 90°14′09″W / 38.6587°N 90.2358°W / 38.6587; -90.2358 (Homer G. Phillips Hospital)
1937 September 23, 1982 STL The Ville 01.JPG
Pilgrim Congregational Church (St. Louis, Missouri) 826 Union Blvd
38°39′17″N 90°16′22″W / 38.6546°N 90.2729°W / 38.6546; -90.2729 (Pilgrim Congregational Church)
1906
Powell Symphony Hall
(formerly St. Louis Theater)
718 N. Grand Blvd
38°38′25″N 90°13′49″W / 38.6404°N 90.2302°W / 38.6404; -90.2302 (Powell Symphony Hall)
1925 May 25, 2001 Powell Symphony Hall.jpg
Prince Hall Grand Lodge No. 2 3615-19 Dr. Martin Luther King Blvd 1886 1995
Resurrection of Our Lord Catholic Church 3900 Meramec St
38°35′03″N 90°15′06″W / 38.5843°N 90.2517°W / 38.5843; -90.2517 (Resurrection of Our Lord Catholic Church)
1954
Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church 2830 N. 25th Street 1898 1986
Saint Louis Art Museum 1 Fine Arts Drive (Forest Park)
38°38′22″N 90°17′39″W / 38.6395°N 90.2943°W / 38.6395; -90.2943 (Saint Louis Art Museum)
1904 STLartmuseum2.PNG
Saint Louis University Museum of Art
(formerly the Woolworth Building)
3663 Lindell Blvd
38°38′16″N 90°14′05″W / 38.6379°N 90.2348°W / 38.6379; -90.2348 (Saint Louis University Museum of Art)
1899 Stlouisuniversitymuseumofart.jpg
Schlichtig House 300 E. Marceau St
38°32′25″N 90°15′45″W / 38.5404°N 90.2624°W / 38.5404; -90.2624 (Schlichtig House)
1852 May 29, 1980
Second Presbyterian Church 4501 Westminster
38°38′51″N 90°15′21″W / 38.6475°N 90.2557°W / 38.6475; -90.2557 (Second Presbyterian Church)
1896
Security Building 319 N. 4th Street
38°37′41″N 90°11′16″W / 38.6280°N 90.1878°W / 38.6280; -90.1878 (Security Building)
1890
St. Alphonsus Catholic Church 1118 N. Grand Blvd
38°38′39″N 90°13′41″W / 38.6442°N 90.2281°W / 38.6442; -90.2281 (St. Alphonsus Catholic Church)
1893
St. Francis DeSales Church 2653 Ohio Ave
38°36′14″N 90°13′33″W / 38.6040°N 90.2257°W / 38.6040; -90.2257 (St. Francis de Sales Church)
1906 Saint Francis de Sales Oratory.jpg
St. Francis Xavier College Church Lindell and N Grand Blvds
38°38′13″N 90°13′59″W / 38.6370°N 90.2330°W / 38.6370; -90.2330 (St. Francis Xavier College Church)
1898 StFrancXav Church.jpg
St. John Nepomuk Church S. 11th St & Lafayette Ave
38°36′44″N 90°12′19″W / 38.6123°N 90.2053°W / 38.6123; -90.2053 (St. John Nepomuk Church)
1895 St John Nepomuk Parish Church District St Louis Mo.jpg
St. John the Apostle and Evangelist Church abt 1600 Chestnut St
38°37′46″N 90°12′13″W / 38.6295°N 90.2035°W / 38.6295; -90.2035 (St. John the Apostle and Evangelist Church)
1869
Shrine of St. Joseph Catholic Church 1220 N. 11th St
38°38′13″N 90°11′34″W / 38.6370°N 90.1927°W / 38.6370; -90.1927 (Shrine of St. Joseph Catholic Church)
1844 May 19, 1978 Shrine St Joseph Front.jpg
Sisters of St. Joseph Convent 6400 Minnesota Ave
38°33′23″N 90°15′02″W / 38.5565°N 90.2506°W / 38.5565; -90.2506 (Sisters of St. Joseph Convent)
1841 Convent Of The Sisters of St. Joseph.jpg
St. Liborius Church and Buildings 1835 N. Market St
38°38′48″N 90°12′00″W / 38.6468°N 90.2001°W / 38.6468; -90.2001 (St. Liborius Church and Buildings)
1857 October 11, 1979 St. Liborius from N. Market.JPG
St. Louis Union Station 1820 Market St
38°37′45″N 90°12′26″W / 38.6293°N 90.2073°W / 38.6293; -90.2073 (St. Louis Union Station)
1894 December 30, 1970 December 30, 1970 Stlouis-waters.jpg
St. Mark's Episcopal Church 4712 Clifton Ave
38°35′15″N 90°17′43″W / 38.5875°N 90.2953°W / 38.5875; -90.2953 (St. Mark's Episcopal Church)
1939
St. Mary of Victories Catholic Church 744 S. 3rd Street
38°37′05″N 90°11′26″W / 38.6180°N 90.1906°W / 38.6180; -90.1906 (St. Mary of Victories Catholic Church)
1843
Sts. Peter and Paul Church 1919 S. 7th Street
38°36′25″N 90°12′13″W / 38.607°N 90.2036°W / 38.607; -90.2036 (Sts. Peter and Paul Church)
c. 1873
St. Stanislaus Kostka Church 1419 N. 20th Street
38°38′31″N 90°12′21″W / 38.6420°N 90.2058°W / 38.6420; -90.2058 (St. Stanislaus Kostka Church)
1891 July 10, 1979 SaintStanislaus.JPG
St. Vincent de Paul Church 1417 S. 9th Street
38°36′48″N 90°12′02″W / 38.6133°N 90.2006°W / 38.6133; -90.2006 (St. Vincent DePaul Church)
1844
Henry Shaw's Country House Missouri Botanical Garden
38°36′42″N 90°15′30″W / 38.6116°N 90.2584°W / 38.6116; -90.2584 (Henry Shaw's Country House)
1849
Henry Shaw's Town House 2315 Tower Grove Ave
(Missouri Botanical Garden)
38°36′39″N 90°15′28″W / 38.6107°N 90.2579°W / 38.6107; -90.2579 (Henry Shaw's Town House)
1850
Shaw Place Ten Houses
38°36′58″N 90°14′31″W / 38.6160°N 90.2419°W / 38.6160; -90.2419 (Shaw Place)
1879
Sheldon Concert Hall 3646 Washington Ave
38°38′24″N 90°13′59″W / 38.6399°N 90.2331°W / 38.6399; -90.2331 (Sheldon Concert Hall)
1912 Sheldonconcerthall.jpg
Shining Light Tabernacle
(formerly Christ Church)
7121 Manchester Rd
38°36′58″N 90°18′40″W / 38.6160°N 90.3110°W / 38.6160; -90.3110 (Shining Light Tabernacle (formerly Christ Church))
1891
Soulard Market 730 Carroll St
38°36′39″N 90°12′03″W / 38.6109°N 90.2008°W / 38.6109; -90.2008 (Soulard Market)
1928 SoulardMarketSTL.jpg
Houses at 200-204 Steins and 7012 Minnesota 200–204 W Steins St and 7012 Minnesota Ave
38°32′54″N 90°15′33″W / 38.5482°N 90.2591°W / 38.5482; -90.2591 (Houses at 200-204 Steins)
38°33′09″N 90°15′18″W / 38.5525°N 90.2550°W / 38.5525; -90.2550 (House at 7012 Minnesota)
c. 1840–50
South Broadway Bluff Area abt. 4500–5500 S. Broadway
38°34′01″N 90°14′18″W / 38.5669°N 90.2384°W / 38.5669; -90.2384 (South Broadway Bluff Area)
Jacob Steins House Steins & Reilly Streets
38°32′43″N 90°15′18″W / 38.5454°N 90.2550°W / 38.5454; -90.2550 (Jacob Steins House)
1843
Stockstrom House 3400 Russell Blvd
38°36′46″N 90°14′10″W / 38.6127°N 90.2362°W / 38.6127; -90.2362 (Stockstrom House)
1907
Strassberger's Conservatory 2300 S. Grand Ave
38°36′35″N 90°14′27″W / 38.6097°N 90.2407°W / 38.6097; -90.2407 (Strassberger's Conservatory)
1904
Towne Theatre 210 N. 6th Street 1896 1983
Union Avenue Christian Church 733 Union Ave
38°39′14″N 90°16′25″W / 38.6540°N 90.2737°W / 38.6540; -90.2737 (Union Avenue Christian Church)
1904
Union Market 711 North Broadway
38°37′51″N 90°11′16″W / 38.6308°N 90.1879°W / 38.6308; -90.1879 (Union Market)
1924 Union Market
Union Trust Building 705 Olive Street
38°37′42″N 90°11′30″W / 38.6284°N 90.1916°W / 38.6284; -90.1916 (Union Trust Building)
1892 2010-07-04 1800x2700 stlouis 705 olive street building.jpg
Unitarian Church of the Messiah 508 N. Garrison Ave 1879 1987
United Missouri Bank Building 312 N. 8th Street
38°37′44″N 90°11′31″W / 38.6290°N 90.1920°W / 38.6290; -90.1920 (United Missouri Bank Building)
1892
U.S. Customhouse and Post Office 815 Olive St
38°37′45″N 90°11′34″W / 38.629104°N 90.192797°W / 38.629104; -90.192797 (U.S. Customhouse and Post Office)
1884 November 22, 1968 December 30, 1970 MO-St. Louis courthouse 1884.jpg
Vess Advertising Device 6th & O'Fallon Streets
38°38′12″N 90°11′12″W / 38.6368°N 90.1868°W / 38.6368; -90.1868 (Vess Advertising Device)
1950
Veterans Administration Building 200 N. Broadway 1907 1977
Von Harten Residence 5433 Enright Ave
38°39′17″N 90°16′38″W / 38.6548°N 90.2771°W / 38.6548; -90.2771 (Von Harten Residence)
1896
Wainwright Building 705 Chestnut St
38°37′38″N 90°11′32″W / 38.6271°N 90.1921°W / 38.6271; -90.1921 (Wainwright Building)
1892 May 23, 1968 May 23, 1968 Wainwright building st louis USA.jpg
Wainwright Tomb Bellefontaine Cemetery 1892 June 15, 1970 Wainwright Tomb 2013.jpg
Walz House 4708 S. Broadway 1849 1982
Washington Tabernacle Baptist Church 3200 Washington Ave
38°38′14″N 90°13′31″W / 38.6372°N 90.2254°W / 38.6372; -90.2254 (Washington Tabernacle Baptist Church)
1879
Washington Terrace 48 Houses
38°39′06″N 90°16′25″W / 38.6516°N 90.2737°W / 38.6516; -90.2737 (Washington Terrace)
c. 1890–1910 Number 10 washington terrace st. louis.jpg
Westminster Presbyterian Church 5300 Delmar Blvd
38°39′09″N 90°16′26″W / 38.6524°N 90.2739°W / 38.6524; -90.2739 (Westminster Presbyterian Church)
1925

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "St. Louis City Ordinance 64689". Laws of the City of St. Louis. Retrieved 2010-02-20. 
  2. ^ a b c "City Landmarks in St. Louis". City of St. Louis Cultural Resources Office. Retrieved 2012-08-03. 
  3. ^ a b "National Historic Landmarks". National Park Service. Retrieved 2010-02-20. 
  4. ^ "National Register of Historic Places". National Park Service. Retrieved 2010-02-20. 

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