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11.  Statue of 'Juno' in the parterre in the 1890s.

Statue of 'Juno' in the parterre in the 1890's. 



1888

12.  Victory statue. Original in Pitti Gallery, Florence, Italy.

Victory statue. Original in Pitti Gallery, Florence, Italy. 



1918

13.  Administration Building. Herbarium interior. Wooden cases. Shows window with shutters closed.closed).

Administration Building. Shows Herbarium interior with wooden cases. Shows window with shutters closed. 



1893

14.  Administration Building before addition. Herbarium-Library Building.

Administration Building, formally Henry Shaw's townhouse, before addition also known as the Herbarium-Library Building, . Shows 2 historic bald cypresses. Copy negative(s) available. Print available at PHO 1982-0160 



1902

15.  Administration Building. Library-Herbarium Building.

Administration Building. Library-Herbarium Building. Looking south towards building. Shows vine-covered building to left of building and roof of greenhouse to right. Print available at PHO 1982-0161. 



1907

16.  Administration Building after addition. View from street.

Administration Building after addition. View from street. 1- 5x7 in. print. 



1909

17.  Gate at end of old sod driveway.

This was the way of exit when Mr. Shaw drove to town. Old Manchester Road was the public highway through this section. View to the north. 



1908

18.  Gate at end of old sod driveway. View to the southeast.

Gate at end of old sod driveway that ran north northwest from Tower Grove House through Shaw's private garden. 



1908

19.  Fern House interior looking south.

PRINT AVAILABLE -- SEE PHO 1982-0116, PHO 2006-3036. 



1913

20.  Henry Shaw's townhouse at 7th and Locust Streets in downtown St. Louis, Shaw is visible standing on balcony.

Henry Shaw's townhouse at 7th and Locust Streets in downtown St. Louis, Shaw is visible standing on balcony. Copy of daguerreotype made around 1851. 



1851

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