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Identifier: P0697

Title: Missouri History Museum Buildings and Events

Description: The Missouri History Museum Buildings and Events collection includes photographs of the Missouri Historical Society's original building, the former Larkin residence at 1600 Locust (originally Lucas Place), occupied 1887-1913, and its building and galleries in the Jefferson Memorial Building, 1913-present . It also includes three color film strips marked "PF 386 Perspective, Missouri Historical Society." Subjects include: 1600 Locust Street exteriors and interiors and exhibits; ground-breaking, dedication and exteriors and interiors of the Jefferson Memorial Building; Missouri Historical Society exhibits in the Jefferson Memorial and elsewhere; the Lindbergh Exhibit; Missouri Historical Society gallery openings, dinners, and Women's Association events, including the annual Flea Market (1959-1986).

Rights: UND

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Dates: 1910-

Type(s): Collection

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