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1.  Camille & Dry 1875 map of the Missouri Botanical Garden

Camille & Dry 1875 map of the Missouri Botanical Garden 



1875

2.  The Garden and Tower Grove Park

The Garden and Tower Grove Park, topographical plan dated 1865. Drawing also titled "Tower Grove and Surroundings, Estate of Henry Shaw, Esq."; surveyors: F. Tunica, architect and engineer 



1865

3.  Lands of Henry Shaw around Tower Grove

Lands of Henry Shaw around Tower Grove, plan dated 1872; draftsperson unknown 



1872

4.  Aerial Photos of Missouri Botanical Garden

Aerial photos of Missouri Botanical Garden, date unknown; Photographer: The Airphoto Co., St. Louis, MO. Surrounding area has been given white haze in photograph to emphasize the Garden grounds. 




5.  Shaw's Arboretum damaged by tornado.

Shaw's Arboretum damaged by tornado. One 5x7 in. print. 



1897

6.  Henry Shaw Arboretum.

Big honey locust that stood near the center of the Arboretum, just west of the creek, destroyed by the tornado of May 27, 1896. One 5x7 in. print. 



1896

7.  May 27, 1896 tornado damage.

May 27, 1896 tornado damage. Previously there was a border of soft maples on either side of the driveway from the main garden down to the pasture gates near the creek. The boy is Robert Meyers (later a garden pupil). 



1896

8.  Administration Building interior. Herbarium -- Library -- Study Room.

Administration Building interior. Showing the Herbarium/Library Study Room. Graduate students from the Henry Shaw School Of Botany. 2nd from right; Jacob R. Schuamm. NEGATIVE AVAILABLE -- SEE PML 1980-0660, and PRINT AVAILABLE -- SEE PHO 1980-0660 and PHO 2007-0276. 



1911

9.  View. Tulip beds in snow. Looking east. Main Gate. Wall. Houses across Tower Grove Ave.

View of Tulip beds in snow, looking east. Main Gate, wall, and houses across Tower Grove Ave. visible. Follows 82-0243. 



1904

10.  Spring show of the Garden Club of St. Louis on lower level of Floral Display House.

Spring show of the Garden Club of St. Louis on lower level of Floral Display House. Ladies and gentlemen viewing the scale models of landscaped buildings. Hermann von Schrenk at second table in white shirt, no jacket. (Mr. A. E. Brooker possibly standing next to him.) 



1923

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