<p>Family living in a "Hoover Mansion" on a river bank to avoid paying rent during the Great Depression. Photograph by<em> St. Louis Globe-Democrat</em> staff photographer, 1931. N40734.</p>
<p>Man and girl across the street from Croatian Home and Jacob Muich Saloon, 1800 South 3rd Street. Southeast corner, 3rd Street and Lafayette Avenue. Photograph, ca. 1900. Swekosky-MHS Collection. Image Number 25964.</p>
<p>Standard Adding Machine Company, 3701 Forest Park Boulevard. Photograph by unknown photographer, 1910. Commercial Buildings. Image Number 44868.</p>
<p>Female member of the Bartlett family adjusting the tie of Charles Foster Bartlett. Negative by Daniel Bartlett, ca. 1910s. Bartlett Family Glass Plate Negative Collection. Image Number P0655-00002.</p>
<p>Color guard marching west on Chestnut Street during an Armistice Day parade. Photograph by a <em>Globe-Democrat</em> staff photographer, 1944. Pierce W. Hangge Collection. N39467.</p>
<p>Rasmussen family baby sitting in an outdoor washtub. Photograph by a Rasmussen family member, ca. 1904-1912. Rasmussen Family Collection. N20132.</p>
<p>A math lesson at Banneker Elementary around 1900, a school for African Americans in the city’s segregated school system. The school was located at Montgomery Street and Leffingwell Avenue when this photo was taken. Lantern slide by unknown, ca. 1900. Educational Museum Collection. Image Number 21916.</p>
<p>Boy posing for his Bar Mitzvah portrait. Negative by the Block Brothers Studio, 1920s. Block Brothers Studio Collection. Image Number P0242-00002.</p>
<p>Bayer family at the home of Grace and Ken Bayer of St. Louis, MO, on the day after Christmas. Snapshot by Rev. Ken Bayer, M.S.F.S., 1988. Family Photo Day Collection. Image Number P0246-013.</p>
<p>Bob Wilkinson, barber of the Southern Hotel. Daguerreotype by Thomas M. Easterly, ca. 1860. Thomas Easterly Collection. Image Number 17221.</p>
<p>H. E. Hayward and slave nurse Louisa. Ambrotype, ca. 1858. Daguerreotype, Ambrotype and Tintype Collection. N21596.</p>
<p>Charleston dance contest in front of St. Louis City Hall, November 13, 1925. Photograph, 1925. Groups Collection. N01603.</p>
<p>"Christmas at Dan Beck's." Cabinet photograph by unknown, ca. 1905. Groups. Image Number P0015-1992-1089-0002.</p>
<p>Mrs. A. M. Townsend and her children leaving Antioch Baptist Church on Easter morning. Photographic print by James Carrington, 1971. James Carrington Collection. Image Number 20499.</p>
<p>Group of CORE demonstrators stage a civil rights sit-in at police headquarters, February 14, 1964. Photograph by Lloyd Spainhower, <em>St. Louis Post-Dispatch</em>, 1964. <em>St. Louis Post-Dispatch</em> Collection. Image Number 1059.</p>
<p>Italian and African American clay miners in mineshaft. Photograph, ca. 1910. Images Used in Publications About St. Louis Collection. Image Number 22349.</p>
<p>Couple standing beside the steps of a house. Negative by Richard Gruss, 1910s. Richard Gruss Collection. Image Number P0037-1989-1001-1945a.</p>
Creole woman and boy. Watercolor and pencil on paper by Anna Maria von Phul, 1818. Missouri History Museum Collections. Acc. # 1953.158.37.
<p>Anthony Taschler receiving a diphtheria inoculation from Dr. Clara P. Mutshnick. Photographic print by <em>St. Louis Post-Dispatch</em> staff photographer, 1953. <em>St. Louis Post-Dispatch</em> Collection. Image Number P0202-00003.</p>
<p>Thompson the Egyptian Christian Evangelist with the congregation of the Second Christian Church, northeast corner of 11th and Tyler streets. Photographic print by unknown photographer, 1910. Groups Collection. Image Number P0015-1989-1016-001.</p>
<p>Board meeting at the first headquarters of the Equal Suffrage League of St. Louis. Photograph, 1912. Women's Suffrage. Image Number 22382.</p>
<p>Celebration dinner for Mr. Hadley, with nine men seated at table wearing fake noses and mustaches at the Hotel Chase. Negative by Isaac Sievers, 1932. Sievers Studio Collection. Image Number P0403-04269-01.</p>
<p>Family celebrating seder. Photograph by Block Brothers Studio, ca. 1935. Block Brothers Studio Collection. Image Number 30969.</p>
<p>"The Mississippi River frozen 'solid,' February 1905." Woman crossing frozen river during Ice Gorge of 1905. Photograph, 1905. St. Louis Views. Image Number 28412.</p>
<p>Female member of the Bartlett family hanging wash out to dry in a courtyard. Negative by Charles Foster Bartlett or Daniel Bartlett, ca. 1900. Bartlett Family Glass Plate Negative Collection. Image Number P0655-00001.</p>
<p>Farmer and sons harvesting wheat with a mule-drawn binder in St. Louis County, MO. Photograph, ca. 1900. Farming. Image Number 25335.</p>
<p>Lafayette Brewery group. Photograph by unknown photographer, ca. 1880. Groups Collection. N1961.</p>
<p>African American men and boys with 4th Liberty Loan sign at the corner of Jefferson and Market Streets. Photographic print by William Peters, 1918. William Peters Collection. Image Number P0821-01-126.</p>
<p>Mass funeral service for Vietnam War casualties at Jefferson Barracks cemetery. Photographic print by James A. Rackwitz of the <em>St. Louis Post-Dispatch</em>, 1968. <em>St. Louis Post-Dispatch</em> Collection. Image Number P0202-00002.</p>
<p>Foustel Brothers Mercantile Company interior. Photograph by unknown photographer, early 20th century. Commercial Buildings Collection. Image Number 1633.</p>
<p>Pleasant Green Baptist Church, Mississippi River baptism. Photographic print by <em>Globe-Democrat</em> staff photographer, 1930s. Pierce W. Hangge Collection. Image Number 1758.</p>
<p>Camp Lewis (1st Regiment, Missouri State Guard, Col. A. R. Easton [commanding], St. Louis Fair Grounds). Photograph (salted paper print) by unknown, 1860. Civil War. N22068.</p>
<p>Unidentified mother and small son. Daguerreotype by Thomas M. Easterly, no date. Easterly Daguerreotype Collection. N17382.</p>
<p>Na-che-ninga (No Heart of Fear), a chief of the Iowas. Daguerreotype by Thomas M. Easterly, 1849. Easterly Daguerreotype Collection. N17188.</p>
<p>Group standing in front of the Old Rock House on the corner of Wharf and Chestnut Streets. Photograph by unknown photographer, 1930s. Russell Froelich Collection. Image Number 40468.</p>
<p>Group of women, men, and two boys picnicking near river in Fenton, Missouri. Photographic print by unknown photographer, ca. 1890s. Swekosky-Notre Dame College Collection. Image Number 8081.</p>
<p>Two laborers at work on a power loom. Photograph, early 20th century. Trades, Workers, and Industrial Machinery. N26904.</p>
<p>Two women preparing to make a meal while standing at the kitchen table. Negative by Richard Gruss, 1910s. Richard Gruss Collection. Image Number P0037-1989-1001-1795.</p>
<p>Woman and young girl shopping at a roadside produce stand. Photograph by Russell Froelich, ca. 1930. Russell Froelich Collection. Image Number 37641.</p>
<p>Boy striking out during a game of sandlot baseball. Photographic print by William H. Trefts Jr., ca. 1910. William Trefts Collection. Image Number P0238-00001.</p>
<p>Clinton Branch School, 1109 Grattan Street, lets out for summer. Photographic print by Ed Burkhardt of the <em>St. Louis Post-Dispatch</em>, 1968. <em>St. Louis Post-Dispatch</em> Collection. Image Number P0202-00001.</p>
<p>"After the Fair was Over." (People sledding down Art Hill after the closing of the 1904 World's Fair. East Restaurant Pavilion and Colonnade of States in background). Photograph by Jessie Tarbox Beals, 1904-1905. Louisiana Purchase Exposition. Image Number 34389.</p>
<p>Posse members on cots in United Railway car barn, during the streetcar strike of 1900. Photograph by George Stark, 1900. George Stark Collection. N01213.</p>
<p>V-J Day celebration on Washington Avenue with two young women riding on the hood of a car. Negative by Lester Linck of the <em>St. Louis Post-Dispatch</em>, 1945. Lester Linck Collection: <em>St. Louis Post-Dispatch</em>. Image Number P0230-0175.</p>
<p>"Junior Class, '93' Washington University." Photograph, ca. 1893. Groups Collection. N21079.</p>
<p>Unidentified wedding group. Photographic print by Block Brothers Studio, 1940s. Block Brothers Studio Collection. Image Number P0242-00001.</p>
<p>Woman playing violin, standing on lily pad at Shaw's Garden (Missouri Botanical Garden), in front of Linnean House. Photograph by unknown, ca. 1905. Swekosky-Notre Dame College Collection. Image Number 37002.</p>
<p>Group of young women drinking and smoking at a slumber party. Photograph by the Block Brothers Studio, 1924. Block Brothers Studio Collection. Image Number 30978.</p>