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1.  The Missouri Republican from May 25, 1855 which contains the $300 reward ad placed by Henry Shaw for the return for escaped slave Jim.

The Missouri Republican from May 25, 1855 iwhich contains the $300 reward ad placed by Henry Shaw for the return for escaped slave Jim. Ad states that Jim escaped from Shaw's country estate Tower Grove. 



1855

2.  Page one of Henry Shaw's voided will from 1851.

Page one of Henry Shaw's voided will from May 12, 1851. The will was voided on November 18, 1861. 



1851

3.  Page two of Henry Shaw's voided will from 1851.

Page two of Henry Shaw's voided will from May 12, 1851. The will was voided on November 18, 1861. 



1851

4.  Page three of Henry Shaw's voided will from 1851.

Page three of Henry Shaw's voided will from May 12, 1851. The will was voided on November 18, 1861. 



1851

5.  Page four of Henry Shaw's voided will from 1851.

Page four of Henry Shaw's voided will from May 12, 1851. The will was voided on November 18, 1861. 



1851

6.  Plat map for the new Shaw's Garden's Subdivision drawn for the Missouri Botanical Garden Board of Trustees in 1923.

Plat map drawn for the Missouri Botanical Garden Board of Trustees in 1923 for the new Shaw's Garden's Subdivision today known as the Southwest Garden neighborhood. See Image 0144 and Image 0145. 



1923

7.  Plat map drawn for the Missouri Botanical Garden Board of Trustees in 1923 for the new Shaw's Garden's Subdivision today known as the Southwest Garden neighborhood.

Textual detail from plat map drawn for the Missouri Botanical Garden Board of Trustees for the Shaw's Garden's Subdivision in 1923. See Image 0143 and Image 0145. 



1923

8.  Plat map drawn for the Missouri Botanical Garden Board of Trustees in 1923 for the new Shaw's Garden's Subdivision today known as the Southwest Garden neighborhood.

Textual detail from plat map drawn for the Missouri Botanical Garden Board of Trustees for the Shaw's Garden's Subdivision in 1923. See Image 0143 and Image 0144. 



1923

9.  1853 tax statement (personal property tax) to the City of Saint Louis from Henry Shaw stating his ownership of 11 enslaved persons.

1853 tax statement (personal property tax) to the City of Saint Louis from Henry Shaw stating his ownership of 11 enslaved persons. 



1853

10.  1854 tax statement (personal property tax) to the City of Saint Louis from Henry Shaw stating his ownership of ten enslaved persons.

1854 tax statement (personal property tax) to the City of Saint Louis from Henry Shaw stating his ownership of ten enslaved persons. 



1854

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