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Photo Flood 2: Bellefontaine Cemetery
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photograph by Mandi Gray What do Thomas Hart Benton (the Senator), William S. Burroughs (the author), and William Clark (of “Lewis and Clark”) have together in common? The answer is that they are all interred at the sprawling, urban necropolis of Bellefontaine Cemetery. Bellefontaine Cemetery was established in 1849...
Guest Speaker 1: John Paul Torno
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Mr. Torno’s photographs of STL sculptor Joshua Meyer’s work (which he shot at the speaking event!) and more–>
Photo Flood 1: Downtown
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photograph by Jamie Kreher “St. Louis never disappointed me. She was there at every turn. Turn from the river with your back to the east, and you can see the dust of the prairies granulating the light. I’m tempted to say ululating, for there is a persistent tremor...