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Ann Lucas Hunt Building, Fourth and Olive Streets, Northwest Corner.

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Identifier: N17112

Title: Ann Lucas Hunt Building, Fourth and Olive Streets, Northwest Corner.

Description: The Ann Lucas Hunt Building on the northwest corner of Fourth and Olive Streets. A streetlamps stands on the corner and a horse-drawn streetcar stands in the street in front of the structure. Signs on the second floor of the building read "Missouri Mutual Life Insurance Company" and "Office - St. Louis Fair Grounds". On the first floor to the right is an awning with the words "Erie Railway Ticket Office" printed on the top and "301" printed on the side. The business next-door is labeled with a sign that reads " Harris and Sproule". On the first floor to the left, advertisements in the windows read: "General Union Ticket Office, St. Louis East and West, Locations and Palace Coaches, Secure Fees", "Through Tickets at Lowest Rates to New York, Boston, Albany, Dunkirk, Buffalo, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Washington City, and All Points East for Sale at This Office", and "Erie Railway, St. Louis to New York without Change of Coaches, Tickets for Sale at This Office".

Rights: UND

Place:

Dates: 1872

Type(s): Daguerreotype
Image

Maker/Creator: Thomas M. Easterly

Subjects: black and white
Daguerreotype
vertical
outdoors
streetlamp
Street lighting
horse-drawn streetcar
Railroads
ticket office
Shipping
Commercial Buildings and Advertising
Ann Lucas Hunt Building
Fourth Street
Olive Street
Erie Railway Ticket Office
Harris and Sproule
Commercial buildings

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