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31.  Tower Grove House, the country estate of Henry Shaw as it appeared in his lifetime.

View of Tower Grove House showing the original east wing from 1849 which would later be removed and rebuilt. 



1890

32.  Research. Michigan.

Research. Michigan. Hyrum Johnson and Sylvia Morhardt packing ecology wagon to go to Michigan. Mounted with PHO 2007-0078. 




33.  Research. Panama.

Dr. Walter Lewis in USAF helicopter. 




34.  Research. Panama.

Susan Verhoek, Dr. John Ridgway, Col. A.V. Zaborowski, USAF, Dr. Andre Robyns. 




35.  Research. Panama.

Allbrook Air Force Base, Panama Canal Zone. 




36.  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. 




37.  Bill of sale for purchase of male enslaved person, Peach, by Henry Shaw in 1828.

Bill of sale for purchase of male enslaved person, Peach, by Henry Shaw in 1828. 



1828

38.  Bill of sale for purchase of female enslaved person, Juliette, by Henry Shaw in 1836.

Bill of sale for purchase of female enslaved person, Juliette, by Henry Shaw in 1836. See PHO2020-0029. 



1836

39.  Bill of sale for purchase of female enslaved person, Juliette, by Henry Shaw in 1836. Image is of back of record.

Bill of sale for purchase of female enslaved person, Juliette, by Henry Shaw in 1836. Image is of back of record. See PHO2020-0028. 



1836

40.  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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