Tag Archive for: St. Louis

Mini-Flood 59: North Grand Avenue

Mini-Flood 59: North Grand Avenue

photo by Michelle Bates Grand Avenue is a major north-south connecting route for the city, and the stretch we walked is the epicenter.  It is also on an east-west axis.  Washington Avenue, which we explored last month, bisects North Grand at this point.  Actually, this is the south end...

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Photo Flood 66: Penrose

Photo Flood 66: Penrose

photo by Vivian Nieuwsma Penrose is another Northside neighborhood that was originally defined by German immigrants. After the end of forced segregation in the 1960’s, African-Americans began to resettle in Penrose, and are today its primary demographic. The neighborhood was most recently the focus of an attempt by Alderman...

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Mini-Flood 58: Washington Avenue

Mini-Flood 58: Washington Avenue

photo by Joe Harrison One of the major east-west corridors in downtown St. Louis, essentially the north end of downtown, Washington Avenue connects to the Eads Bridge in the shadow of the I-44 (formerly I-70) overpass.  The cross-Mississippi traffic flowing through Washington Avenue was an economic boom after that...

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Mini-Flood 57: Chouteau Island

Mini-Flood 57: Chouteau Island

photo by Isaac Richardson A manmade island complex just across the river from the Riverview neighborhood in North St. Louis, Chouteau Island contains the eastern leg of the Chain of Rocks Bridge, a popular fishing area, and miles of trails. photo by Isaac Richardson

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Photo Flood 65: Baden

Photo Flood 65: Baden

photo by Isaac Richardson Baden is a former town on the northern border of St. Louis with an early history in the region. Situated with Broadway as a main artery, Baden benefited from this with a thriving commercial district and easy access to the industry located mostly to its...

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Photo Flood 63: Carr Square

Photo Flood 63: Carr Square

photo by Dan Henrichs Carr Square is an interesting companion to the neighborhoods nearby that we’ve already explored, and is in fact, sort of a mash-up of each. It is part in-fill ala Columbus Square, part open prairie ala St. Louis Place, part old STL ala Downtown West, and...

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Photo Flood 62: Fox Park

Photo Flood 62: Fox Park

photo by Anne Warfield Fox Park is one of St. Louis’ most beautiful neighborhoods with architecture ranging from the Gothic St. Francis De Sales Cathedral to Victorian apartment buildings and row houses that rival those of Lafayette Square. photo by Joanne Norton

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Mini-Flood 55: St. Louis Lambert International Airport

Mini-Flood 55: St. Louis Lambert International Airport

photo by Dave Adams It’s not very often that an institution as iconic to your community as St. Louis Lambert International Airport invites you out to make images both in front of and behind the scenes of what it is they do, so naturally, the opportunity to document “a...

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Mini-Flood 54: Malcolm W. Martin Memorial Park

Mini-Flood 54: Malcolm W. Martin Memorial Park

photo by Ann Aurbach Malcolm W. Martin was a St. Louisan dedicated to the cultural landscape of the city. After helping to plan the D-Day invasion in Normandy to end WWII, Martin returned home a decorated hero, and immediately set out to make even more of himself. He was...

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Photo Flood 61: Clayton-Tamm

Photo Flood 61: Clayton-Tamm

photo by Michelle Bates Continuing our exploratrion of the neighborhoods that make up the community referred to as Dogtown, Clayton-Tamm holds the distinction of being that community’s commercial “downtown”. Like the Hi-Pointe neighborhood to its west and Cheltenham to its east, this neighborhood owes its origins to the clay...

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