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71.  Members of Saint Louis Herb Society potting herbs.

Members of Saint Louis Herb Society potting herbs. 




72.  Boatman's float honoring the Missouri Botanical Garden

Boatman's float honoring the Missouri Botanical Garden. May 8, 1966 at dedication of Busch Memorial Stadium. Mounted with PHO 2006-0230. 




73.  Boatman's float honoring the Missouri Botanical Garden

Boatman's float honoring the Missouri Botanical Garden. May 8, 1966 at dedication of Busch Memorial Stadium. Mounted with PHO 2006-0229. 




74.  TV van on location at Garden

TV van on location at Garden. Cutak "Cacti" 1/31/59, Kohl "Spring Show 4/4/59 




75.  City scene.

Vandeventer (Old Manchester) looking northeast from Kingshighway. 




76.  St. Louis Riverfront.

St. Louis Riverfront. Huck Finn riverboat, Eads Bridge. 




77.  Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra Concert. Rose Evening at the Garden.

Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra Concert. Rose Evening at the Garden. View from the back of the audience 



1977

78.  Veiled Prophet Parade. 1977

Shaw's Garden float. Same as PHO 2007-1509. 



1977

79.  Spink Pavilion.

Spink Pavillion view from Tower Grove Avenue. 



2006

80.  Henry Shaw and slavery.

While a young merchant in St. Louis Shaw began buying enslaved persons in the 1820s. In 1850 Shaw owned nine and by 1853 eleven; 1860 census records list eight enslaved persons. As with the 1850 census, their names were not listed. Please see the historical timeline for more information. 




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