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Title: Tower Grove House, the country estate of Henry Shaw as it appeared in his lifetime.
Description: View of Tower Grove House showing the original east wing from 1849 which would later be removed and rebuilt.

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TitleTower Grove House, the country estate of Henry Shaw as it appeared in his lifetime.
Creator
Subject African Americans
Architecture
Barnett, George I.
Bounty hunters
Enslaved People
Fugitive Slave Act of 1850
Fugitive slaves
Jim (Enslaved Person)
Jim Kennerly (Enslaved Person)
Missouri
Reward
Shaw, Henry, 1800-1889
Slavery
Tower Grove
Tower Grove House (Missouri Botanical Garden)
United States

RelationGPN
DescriptionView of Tower Grove House showing the original east wing from 1849 which would later be removed and rebuilt.
PublisherMissouri Botanical Garden
ContributorMissouri Botanical Garden
Date of originalJuly 12, 1890
Date scannedJuly 12, 1
TypeImage
FormatTIF
IdentifierGPN 1983-0350
SourceGlass Plate Negative (black & white)
Language
Coverage
Rightshttp://www.mobot.org/mobot/archives/copyright.asp
Width of original5 in.
Height of original7 in.
Condition of originalSilvering

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