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1.  Victoria regia pond.

Victoria regia pond in front of the Linnean House with ladies standing around it. 



1890

2.  Euryale ferox water lily displayed in lily pond.

Euryale ferox water lily displayed in lily pond, horticulturalist James Gurney and part of Main Greenhouse Range in background. 



1890

3.  Mausoleum.

Mausoleum with ladies in front. Taken from a Stereo View. 



1890

4.  Victoria cruziana. Lady standing on leaf, two men and a boy in front of Linnaean House.

Victoria cruziana. Lady standing on leaf, two men and a boy in front of Linnaean House. 



1902

5.  Main Gate, interior view. Ladies on path.

Main Gate interior view with ladies on path. Two copy negatives available. PRINTS AVAILABLE -- SEE PHO 1984-0002, PHO 2006-2450 and PHO 2006-2507. Negatives available at PHO 2006-2508 and PHO 2006-2509. 



1900

6.  Observatory with garden view.

Observatory with visitors and garden view. Taken from Stereo View. 3- 5x7 in. prints. PRINTS AVAILABLE -- SEE PHO 1982-0042 and PHO 2006-2812. 




7.  Parterre in 1890s with garden view.

On negative: 'View of Shaw's Missouri Botanical Garden' 



1890

8.  Lily Pond -- Main Garden

Lily Pond located in the Main Garden. Man and woman visible. Lily pool east of parterre. Euryale ferox in pool. 




9.  MBG -- Conservatory (1868-1916)

View of Main Conservatory (1868-1916) and Juno showing visitors in the foreground. Taken from a Stereo View. 



1890

10.  Garden view - north from observatory. (13)

Garden view looking north from observatory. Women visible on path leading to the Main Conservatory. 




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