Map of surface car subways with rerouted car lines from 1925. From a Report to the Board of Alderman from 1926., Report on rapid transit for St. Louis / Kinsey, president, Board of Public Service, C. E. Smith, Consulting Engineer ; submitted to the Board of Aldermen, September, 1926.
Plate 6. General Plan of the Proposed Northern Riverfront Development. Includes an airport, recreation center, forest, lagoon, beaches, yacht basin, and equestrian field., From: Plans for the northern and southern river front, Saint Louis, Missouri / City Plan Commission ; Harland Bartholomew, engineer.
Very early (ca. 1920) aerial view of Lambert Field, looking northeast along axis of what would later be Lindbergh Blvd at center of frame, bottom to top. Fyling field area to right (east) of road is completely unimproved, open, and grassy, and in this view does not even have hangar buildings. Hundreds of autos are parked on edge of field to right of Lindbergh Blvd, with two biplanes visible on ground just to right of autos, apparently for an air show. Many more autos crowd road. Tents and other apparently temporary buildings are on the edge of fyling field, with older farm barns along road. Cluster of buildings at upper left is community of Robertson.
No. 195 Muscle Shoals Dock. Photo by G. W. Landrum Florence, Ala. April-8-1925. Capts Ed-, Charles Beard pilots. Capt. B. J. Carragher master. 83rd anniversary renioun of the Battle of Shiloh survivors.
Construction of the Cape Girardeau Bridge. 1927. Pouring concrete for seal of caisson Pier No. 2. Derrick boat handling door on material lock; compressor barge maintaining air pressure in caisson., Cape Girardeau 12-4-'27 Pouring Seal in #2 Cais.