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Identifier: N17096

Title: Temple Building.

Description: View of Temple Building. Signs in the windows of the first floor read "James McNichol, Merchant Tailor" and "Staple Fancy Stationary". Another sign between two second-story windows says "Brooklyn Life Insurance" and to the left of this above some second-story windows is one that says "Randolf Bros. Architects". "The Temple" is engraved into the building above a balcony on the third floor. A streetlamp and telegraph pole stand on the corners of the street. Signs on the building next door read: "Van's Wrought Iron Portable Ranges".

Rights: UND

Place:

Dates: 1869

Type(s): Daguerreotype
Image

Maker/Creator: Thomas M. Easterly

Subjects: St. Louis Views and River Scenes
Streets
Daguerreotype
outdoors
black and white
vertical
James McNichol Merchant Tailor
streetlamp
Street lighting
telegraph pole
Van's Wrought Iron Portable Ranges
Commercial buildings

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