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Easterly's Gallery, Southeast Corner of Fourth and Olive Streets.

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Identifier: N17135

Title: Easterly's Gallery, Southeast Corner of Fourth and Olive Streets.

Description: View of Easterly's Daguerrean Gallery on the southeast corner of Fourth and Olive Streets. Easterly's Gallery is on the top floor of the corner building and has signs reading "Easterly's St. Louis Daguerrean Gallery" and Easterly's ST. Louis Daguerrean 203 Gallery 203". The store below the gallery on the first floor has a sign on its porch which reads "Drugs and Medicine". A man driving a horse and wagon is on the street and many other commercial buildings can be seen. An awning with two poles secured in the sidewalk are in the foreground and are across the street from the gallery. A pile of dirt sits on the corner behind the awning.

Rights: UND

Place: United States
Missouri
St Louis

Dates: 1853

Type(s): Daguerreotype
Image

Maker/Creator: Thomas M. Easterly

Subjects: man
outdoors
Daguerreotype
horizontal
black and white
daguerrean gallery
drugs and medicine
Fourth Street
Olive Street
Horses
wagon
Awnings
Commercial buildings

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