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21.  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

22.  Economic plants in new greenhouse.

Perfumes on left, tropical fruits on right. 



1913

23.  Economic House. (1912 Palm House, south end).

 



1914

24.  MBG -- Palm House

Fern House (north end of 1912 Palm House). PRINT AVAILABLE -- SEE PHO 1982-0113. 



1913

25.  MBG -- Palm House

Fern House looking north along bridge. (South end of 1912 Palm House). PRINT AVAILABLE -- SEE PHO 1982-0114, PHO 2006-3039. 



1913

26.  MBG -- Palm House

Fern House looking south across bridge. (South end of 1912 Palm House). PRINT AVAILABLE -- SEE PHO 1982-0115, PHO 2006-3037. 



1913

27.  Banana Pit on balcony of Floral Display House.

Banana Pit on balcony of Floral Display House. 



1920

28.  Henry Shaw portrait by Richard E. Miller being held upright by George T. Moore.

Henry Shaw portrait being held upright by George T. Moore. The 1906 oil painting is by Richard E. Miller. 




29.  Pit House with orchids and nepenthes.

Pit House with orchids and nepenthes. Pit House was one of the growing houses parallel to the Foral Display House. 



1920

30.  First Veiled Prophet queen's orchid bouquet.

The first Veiled Prophet queen's orchid bouquet. 2- 8 x 10 in. black and white prints. 



1924

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