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1.  Original Main Gate to the Garden.

Original Main Gate to the Garden located on Tower Grove Avenue; replaced in 1920. Visitors standing at lily pond. 



1907

2.  St. Louis World's Fair.

Looking southeast towards Festival Hall from the west wing of the Cascades. Notice the system of carpet bedding which is most complete in blending of colors and design. 3 5x7 in. prints. 



1904

3.  St. Louis World's Fair. Carpet bedding in front of Festival Hall.

 



1904

4.  MBG -- Greenhouse

Agave group, looking east from display greenhouse. Main greenhouse on left. PRINT AVAILABLE -- SEE PHO 1983-0468. Folder - Conservatory (Main Greenhouse): (historical) Folder #1 



1905

5.  MBG -- Conservatory (1868-1916)

Aerial view of the Main Conservatory (1868-1916). Shot from top of Tower Grove House, front lens of camera removed to give a telephoto view. PRINT AVAILABLE -- SEE PHO 1982-0058. Folder - Conservatory (Main Greenhouse): (historical) Folder #1 



1906

6.  George Engelmann's Home

View of front of building where George Engelmann's home. From the Swekosky Photo Collection, School Sisters Of Notre Dame. PRINT AVAILABLE -- SEE PHO 1982-0211 and PHO 2006-0029. 



1906

7.  Fendler's House

View of August Fendler's home, near Allentown, Missouri. 



1907

8.  Fendler's House

View of August Fendler's home, near Allentown, Missouri. 



1907

9.  St. Louis World's Fair.

Effective banking of plants at the south-east corner of the Varied Industries Building. 2 5x7 in. prints. 



1904

10.  St. Louis World's Fair. Central section of the Cascades and Festival Hall.

2 5x7 in. prints. 



1904

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