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Post Office & Customs House, Ninth & Locust, Eighth & Olive Streets, Saint Louis, St. Louis City County, MO



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B&W Photos

HB690687
South Front (olive St.) And East Side (8th St.), From Above

HB690688
South Front And East Side, From Street Level

HB690689
North Side (locust St.) And West Side (9th St.)

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South Front, Detail Of First And Second Stories Of Portico

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South Front, Detail Of Entrance

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South Front, Detail Of Dome

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Main Floor, Hallway Across South, Looking West

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Main Floor, Hallway Across South, Looking East

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Stairway

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Upper Floor, Hallway

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Third Floor, Courtroom, Detail Of Wall

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Detail Of Fireplace

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Photocopy Of Lithograph (from General Services Administration, Public Buildings Service) Delineator And Date Unknown South Front And East Side


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Location
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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS MO-1195
Unprocessed field note material exists for this structure (FN-150).
Significance: An excellent example of the Second Empire style, the Post Office and Customs House was designed by the prominent Federal architect A.B. Millett.

Subjects
Post Offices
Customs Houses


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. SOUTH FRONT (OLIVE ST.) AND EAST SIDE (8TH ST.), FROM ABOVE
2. SOUTH FRONT AND EAST SIDE, FROM STREET LEVEL
3. NORTH SIDE (LOCUST ST.) AND WEST SIDE (9TH ST.)
4. SOUTH FRONT, DETAIL OF FIRST AND SECOND STORIES OF PORTICO
5. SOUTH FRONT, DETAIL OF ENTRANCE
6. SOUTH FRONT, DETAIL OF DOME
7. MAIN FLOOR, HALLWAY ACROSS SOUTH, LOOKING WEST
8. MAIN FLOOR, HALLWAY ACROSS SOUTH, LOOKING EAST
9. STAIRWAY
10. UPPER FLOOR, HALLWAY
11. THIRD FLOOR, COURTROOM, DETAIL OF WALL
12. DETAIL OF FIREPLACE
13. Photocopy of lithograph (from General Services Administration, Public Buildings Service) Delineator and date unknown SOUTH FRONT AND EAST SIDE


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