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Photo Flood 18: Mount Pleasant

Photo Flood 18: Mount Pleasant

photograph by Janet Henrichs Much like The Patch, Mount Pleasant is a neighborhood in south St. Louis most often referred to by the name of a larger adjoining community (Dutchtown). Nonetheless, Mt. Pleasant is a place with a character all its own; one featuring an extremely varied architectural tradition...

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Mini-Flood 14: First Night Grand Center

Mini-Flood 14: First Night Grand Center

photograph by Alison Carrick First Night Grand Center is a yearly ritual in St. Louis that provides a family-friendly atmosphere for yearend revelers. However, on December 31, 2013, First Night was something more; it marked the beginning of a historic anniversary celebration for the city, 250 years in the...

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Photo Flood 17: Riverview

Photo Flood 17: Riverview

photograph by Theresa Harter Riverview is one of the quirkiest neighborhoods in St. Louis.  Of all 79, it lies furthest north, with its long sliver of territory compressed between St. Louis County and the Mississippi River.  Route 66 originally crossed through Riverview by way of its most distinguished feature,...

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Photo Flood 16: JeffVanderLou

Photo Flood 16: JeffVanderLou

photograph by Patrick Gioia No doubt, Old North St. Louis has become synonymous with redevelopment on the city’s blighted north side, but Old North is not the only historically significant neighborhood worthy of a renaissance (nor are all north side neighborhoods “lost”). Once home to Sportman’s Park, JeffVanderLou (originally...

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Mini-Flood 13: World Chess Hall of Fame

Mini-Flood 13: World Chess Hall of Fame

photograph by Dan Henrichs Photography, St. Louis The World Chess Hall of Fame began in 1986 in New York, and moved to St. Louis in 2011. The institution’s function is to preserve and exhibit objects originating from the history of the game, and to educate the public about chess’...

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Photo Flood 15: Forest Park

Photo Flood 15: Forest Park

photograph by Dan Henrichs Photography, St. Louis Recently named one of the ten most beautiful urban parks in the world by Yahoo Travel, Forest Park really has something for everyone. Photo Flood Saint Louis returns to this legendary city sanctuary for what turned out to be a spectacular, Fall,...

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Mini-Flood 12: Grant’s Farm

Mini-Flood 12: Grant's Farm

photograph by Jeni Kulka A Busch family legacy, Grant’s Farm is a 281-acre animal preserve and attraction that has been enjoyed by St. Louis residents for more than fifty years. AB-InBev currently owns the Park, and thankfully, continues to operate it as most of us fondly remember. Grant’s Farm...

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Mini-Flood 11: Lone Elk Park

Mini-Flood 11: Lone Elk Park

photograph by Jeni Kulka Lone Elk Park sits on the site of a former U.S. Military munitions testing area. Primarily, the accuracy of large caliber weapons and ammunition was the focus, and the facility was active during World War II and the Korean War. Many structures still exist in...

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Mini-Flood 10: International Photography Hall of Fame

Mini-Flood 10: International Photography Hall of Fame

photograph by Dan Henrichs Photography, St. Louis The International Photography Hall of Fame has moved to St. Louis, and the iconic, 48-year old institution is now open. Begun in Chicago, the Museum houses more than 30,000 prints and 6,000 pieces of historically significant photographic equipment. Photo Flood Saint Louis...

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Photo Flood 14: Benton Park

Photo Flood 14: Benton Park

photograph by Ann Aurbach Originated from the same common pasture tradition as Lafayette Square, Benton Park is a historic St. Louis neighborhood notable for its unique topography and colorful architectural accents. The park that is the district’s namesake first served as a cemetery, and is the site of the...

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