St. Louis Globe-Democrat Photographs: Saint Louis City and County Photos

Photographs related to Saint Louis City and County-related subjects can be found here: buildings, clubs, organizations, and the like. People may be found here in the context of a larger St. Louis-related institution, but for photographs of individual St. Louisans please consult the St. Louis Globle Democrat Photographs - People collection.
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125 Operations to Create Ammunition
"Mechanical conveyors and chutes carry partly finished cartridge cases to another in the more than 125 separate operations required to produce the finished product."
1380 Young Men
Thirteen hundred and eighty men arrived at Jefferson Barracks yesterday to begin a 30-day course in the Citizens' Military Training Camp.
13th and Market Streets
Looking north along 13th from Market St. in St. Louis, MO.
13th and O'Fallon Streets
Right: In upper left-hand corner, a lot at Thirteenth and O'Fallon streets landscaped by the city with WPA funds.
14-16 South First Street
Two sets of stone pillars flank the entrances to this squat and substantial building at 14-16 South First street, now occupied by the Prunty Seed Company, which has been in business since 1874.
1407 North Market Street
In the picture, you can see the junk in the building at 1407 North Market where Miss Ellie Right lived with 20 dogs.
1407 North Market Street
Miss Ella Right and 20 dogs lived here.
147-unit apartment building in 4400 block of West Pine Blvd in Central West End (obverse)
147-unit apartment building in 4400 block of West Pine Blvd in Central West End. Investors are buying up apartments buildings in the area, such as this one.
15 Persons Attend
Sparse gathering for budget hearing, 15 persons attend.
17th and Pine Building
This building is the old armory at 17th and Pine st. It was the home of the First Regiment, N.G.M.
1877 Mail Carriers
"The group of mail carriers at Station A of the old post office system, taken at 3607 North Broadway in 1887. Gallagher is the fifth man from the left in the group."
1896 Republican National Convention
"Wm. McKinley Convention (Rep) Washington Square. Note New City Hall North of Convention Hall." The 1896 Republican National Convention was held at the temporary structure pictured here near City Hall.
18th Century Attire at Fashion Show
"18th Century Attire: Dressed in eighteenth century attire, these Washington University Students are among those in the cast of 100 in Wednesday's Globe-Democrat Bicentennial Pageant of Fashions at Kiel Auditorium. At right is Mrs. Josephine Anthoney, fashion expert and an assistant professor at WU., who will be one of the show commentators. Students, left to right, are Susan Holmes, Jeri Breitenbach, Susie Smith, Sally Milow, Gale Morrison and Janet Ramsey."
18th and Market Streets
18th and Market St.s Opposite Union Station in 1900. Ticket Scalpers are seen here as well.
1956 Globe-Democrat Women of Achievement
"Women of Achievement for 1956 formed a special table to honor this year's winners. From the left are Mrs. Conrad Sommer, Miss Bea Adams, Mrs. Edwin M. Clark, Miss Helen Manley, Mrs. Richard Bullock and Mrs. Edward M. Harrington."
1956 Women of Achievement
"Among the 1956 recipients who turned out to applaud this year's Women of Achievement were Mrs. Herman Koppelmann, Homemaker, and Miss Helen Manley, Education."
1958 Map of Jefferson Barracks
"A map of the Jefferson Barracks area shows the present boundaries of Jefferson Barracks Historical Park and and adjoining 232.4 acres urged for acquisition by St. Louis County. Grant road divides the two areas. Two powder magazines, a stone laborer's house and a carriage building built in the 1850s will be restored to their original condition. The buildings are marked on the right side of the map, prepared by Layton & Valenti, architectural consultants, for the St. Louis County Parks Department."
1964 Christmas Light Contest
"Tieing for first place in the residential Display, Unlimited Cost division, are the Raymond T. Percich home at 5901 North Pointe Bl., and the home of Dr. Joseph A. Volk, 12 Melbrook Lane., Florissant. The contest was sponsored by The Globe-Democrat and the St. Louis Electrical Board of Trade."
1964 Spelling Bee Winner
"Winner of spelling bee semi-final, Susan Lippert (left), poses with the runnerup, Carol De La Mater."
1964 Spelling Bee Winners
"Spelling Bee Winners: Betty Stricker (left of Labadie, Mo., Teresa Fin, Alton, and James Betts, Collinsville, pose with pronouncer J. Roy McCarthy and other semifinalists. Others in the first row are (form the left) Laura Flach, Kirkwood; John Leavens, St. Louis; Anne Allred, St. Louis, and Diane Barbour, Ellisville, Mo. In the second row are Tom LeTourneau, St. Louis; Jack Lenk, Silex, Mo.; Kristie Alane Mack, Hannibal; Rebecca Ince, Louisiana, Mo., and Carolyn Lamzik, St. Louis. In the third row are Susan DeZutter, St. Louis; Michael Cunniff, st. Louis; JaJuan Hillebrand, New Florence, Mo.; Dennis Wibbenmeyer, Chessterfield; Toni Walder, Cairo, Ill. and Dolores Glastetter, Cape Girardeau." "Spelling Bee Winners: Betty Stricker (left of Labadie, Mo., Teresa Fin, Alton, and James Betts, Collinsville, pose with pronouncer J. Roy McCarthy and other semifinalists. Others in the first row are (form the left) Laura Flach, Kirkwood; John Leavens, St. Louis; Anne Allred, St. Louis, and Diane Barbour, Ellisville, Mo. In the second row are Tom LeTourneau, St. Louis; Jack Lenk, Silex, Mo.; Kristie Alane Mack, Hannibal; Rebecca Ince, Louisiana, Mo., and Carolyn Lamzik, St. Louis. In the third row are Susan DeZutter, St. Louis; Michael Cunniff, st. Louis; JaJuan Hillebrand, New Florence, Mo.; Dennis Wibbenmeyer, Chesterfield; Toni Walder, Cairo, Ill. and Dolores Glastetter, Cape Girardeau."
1966 Globe-Democrat Christmas Light Winners
"Winners of The Globe-Democrat Christmas Lighting Contest received their awards at a luncheon earlier this week, sponsored by the Electrical Board of Trade. Award recipients were, front row, from left, Michael Kemper, Mrs. Freda Azbil, Milton Glock, Mr. and Mrs. Cy Twele, Dr. Joseph A. Volk, Herbert Held and George Aitken, and, back row, from left, Walter Berberich, Myron Waggoner, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Skillington, Raymond T. Percich and Cyril J. Furrer Jr."
1966 Morning Spelling Bee Winners
"Winners in the morning session of the Globe-Democrat-KTVI-TV Spelling Bee quarter-finals held Saturday at Famous-Barr downtown store auditorium in first row, from left, are: Margie Dalechek, Judy Wittenauer, Joan Zakrzewski and Amy Clark. In back row: Weldon Cox, Sandra Gerber, Kathleen Powers, Randy Henne, Gary Barbeau and Don Beecher." Each winner is wearing a "Globe-Democrat KTVI-TV Spelling Bee" name tag with their names, age, school, and hometown. They're standing in front of a large, painted beehive complete with a large bee and letters of the alphabet covering it.
1966 Spelling Bee Winners
"Afternoon session spelling bee winners in front row, from left, are: Patrick Fleming, Bob Herleth, Terry Christman and Karen Weber. In back row: Jean Brinkmann, Carol Westhoff, Dan Hopmann and Kim Leighton. Winners of both sessions will take part in semi-finals April 16." Each winner is wearing a "Globe-Democrat KTVI-TV Spelling Bee" name tag with their names, age, school, and hometown. The winners are standing behind a row of Atlases and other books laid out on a table, with a "National Spelling Bee" entry sign with a television underneath the sign. Next to the television is a board giving details of the television, and how through entering the National Spelling Bee, you could win a "Zenith Handcrafted 12" Personal Portable TV".
1967 Christmas Light Winners
"First place winners in the Christmas Outdoor lighting Contest, sponsored by The Globe-Democrat, received awards Tuesday at Electrical Board of Trade luncheon at Union Station. Standing, from left, are Michael Kemper, representing Saxon Manor Subdivision; Raymond Percich of 5901 North Pointe Bl.; Paul Skillington of 263 South Hartnett ave., Ferguson; Willis Mangold of 1665 Pepperwood Dr., Creve Coeur, and Burt Follman, representing Northwest Plaza Shopping Center. Seated are Miss Percich, left, and Mrs. Skillington."
1967 Spelling Bee Morning Session Winners
"Winners of morning session of the Globe-Democrat and KTVI Spelling Bee Saturday. From left, front, Jesse Driscoll, Jane Zilch, Ann Buckley and Teresa Garcia-Otera. Back, Barbara Slocum, Weldon Cox (judge), Alan Schmidt, Greg Geno, Maureen Moder and Fred Bernard (pronouncer)." Each winner is wearing a "Globe-Democrat KTVI-TV Spelling Bee" name tag with their names, age, school, and hometown.
1968 Morning Spelling Bee Session
"Winners of the morning session were, from left, front row: Cathy Crews, Mary Delach, Carol Frey and Sharon Spicuzza. In back, Lynn O'Rourke, Stephen Hucker, Susan Hudock and Karen Sue Bradford." Each winner is wearing a "Globe-Democrat KTVI-TV Spelling Bee" name tag with their names, age, school, and hometown.
1968 Spelling Bee Afternoon Session
"Winners of the afternoon session of the quarter-finals of the Globe-Democrat Spelling Bee. From left, in front: Peggy Husmann, Maureen Connelly, Roberta Schlingeck and Lois LaDriere. Second row, Mary Ellen Dickey, Mary Davidson, Christine Gantner and Deborah Haupt. In back are Fred Bernard, pronouncer, and Weldon Cox, judge." The winners are wearing name tags that have their name, age, school, and hometown written on it. Above their personal information, reads "Globe-Democrat KTVI-TV Spelling Bee".
1968 Spelling Bee Morning Session
"Winners of the morning session. From left, in front: Sandra Kenney, Bruce Helmkamp, Mary Kay Gelfand and James Orr. Back, Darrell Kinsey, Donald Mangogna, Tim Grosch and Mark Edgley." The winners have name tags hanging around their necks that have their name, age, school, and hometown written them. Their personal information is written underneath "Globe-Democrat KTVI-TV Spelling Bee".

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