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51.  Windstorm and hail damage at the Garden on September 1, 1946.

Windstorm and hail damage at the Garden on September 1, 1946. Damage to stonewall on Tower Grove Avenue. 




52.  Shaw home opening. Authur Baer presenting check to Dr. Anderson.

Shaw home opening. Arthur Baer presenting check to Dr. Anderson. L-r. John S. Lehmann, John Bryan (?), E. Anderson, Arthur Baer. Ca. 1954. 




53.  Lehmann Building. Exterior.

John S. Lehmann Building. Exterior with Tower Grove House in background. 




54.  Lehmann Building. Exterior in spring.

John S. Lehmann Building. Exterior in spring with Tower Grove House in background. 




55.  Victory Garden Harvest Show in 1942.

Victory Garden Harvest Show in 1942.Ceremony in front of Tower Grove House. 




56.  Veiled Prophet Queen. 1954.

Queen's Reception for St. Louis school children. Queen, Barbara Anne Whittemore. 



1954

57.  Washington Bent Grass Experiment.

Circle in front of Tower Grove House. Mounted with PHO 2007-1764. 




58.  View of Victorian area.

View of Victorian area at the Missouri Botanical Garden. 




59.  Spink Pavilion.

Spink Pavillion view from Tower Grove Avenue. 



2006

60.  Bill of sale for purchase of enslaved person, Jim, by Henry Shaw in 1852. Back of record. Indicates that Jim ran away in May 1855.

Bill of sale for purchase of enslaved person, Jim, by Henry Shaw in 1852. Back of record. Jim was most likely the unidentified male captured with Esther, her two children, and Mary Meachum in their bid for freedom in May of 1855. See PHO2020-0040. 



1852

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