1 edition of Historic buildings in St. Louis County. found in the catalog.
Historic buildings in St. Louis County.
|Other titles||Historic buildings in Saint Louis County.|
|Contributions||St. Louis County Historic Buildings Commission.|
|LC Classifications||F472.S3 H57 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||55 p. :|
|Number of Pages||55|
|LC Control Number||88204187|
Some of the historic resources of the northern part of St. Louis County have long been known. The so-called Powder House on the site of Fort Bellefontaine was surveyed by the Historic American Buildings Survey in , and other properties have been included in surveys and publications produced by the Size: 2MB. Author: St. Louis County Historic Buildings Commission. Publisher: St. Louis County, Mo.: St. Louis County Dept. of Parks and Recreation, Edition/Format.
These Arcadia Valley Region communities became a popular nineteenth century summer resort for wealthy families from St. Louis. Visit the historic towns and villages of Iron County Missouri where history is preserved and graceful antebellum homes, historic churches and mercantile buildings are a reminder of days gone by. St. Louis County Historic Places & Spaces. K likes. This page is a St. Louis County Parks Department page to share relevant information about St. Louis County by the County Followers: K.
The St. Louis region's rich stock of historic structures has yielded a large number of listings on the National Register of Historic Places. The Author: Diana Barr. - Explore scottwmcintosh's board "Historic St. Louis Photos", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about St louis, Missouri and Historical society pins.
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Historic Buildings in St. Louis County [St. Louis County Historic Buildings Commission] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Missouri architecture. Historic Buildings In St. Louis County. [No Author Listed.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Historic Buildings In St. Louis County. The Past In Our Presence, Historic Buildings In St. Louis County [Buzz Westfall] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Past In Our Presence, Historic Buildings In St. Louis CountyAuthor: Buzz Westfall. Historic Buildings in St. Louis County, Historic Buildings Commission of the St.
Louis Coutny Department of Parks and Recreations Interim Survey Report [Historic Buildings Commission of the St. Louis County Department of Parks and Re] on. The book "Historic Buildings in St.
Louis County" was published in This publication is an update of a report titled " Historic Buildings in St. Louis County". Most have a picture of the building and at least an excerpt, if not a paragraph.
The Historic Buildings Commission (HBC) is established within the Department of Parks and Recreation. The Commission advises the Department of Parks and Recreation, County Executive, County Council, and Planning Commission regarding the identification and preservation of historic resources throughout St.
Louis County. LOUIS COUNTY LANDMARKS. Beginning inthe Historic Buildings Commission has designated buildings, districts, and even objects that it feels are important to the county as a whole as “county landmarks.” This designation carries no restrictions but is intended to be an honor and to increase awareness of the county’s assets.
Goldbeck House (Historic Resources of the City of St. Ferdinand MRA), St. Louis, Florissant (9/12/79) Gorlock Building, W Lockwood Ave., Webster Groves (11/08/84) Grace Episcopal Church (Eliot Unitarian Chapel), Taylor and Argonne, Kirkwood (4/12/82).
"This publication is a revision of Historic Buildings in St. Louis County which was published in through the efforts of the St.
Louis County Historic Buildings Commission."--Page 4. Includes index. Description: 51 pages: illustrations, maps ; 28 cm: Other Titles: historic buildings in St. Louis County.
OCLC Number: Description: 40 pages: illustrations, maps, plans ; 22 x 28 cm. Contents: Jefferson Barracks --General Daniel Bissell House --"Thornhill" --William Long Log House --Capt. Harvey Ferris House --Bonhomme Presbyterian Church --"Oakland" --John B.
Myers House --Peers Griffen House --Florissant Historic District --Inventory of St. Louis County historic buildings --Map of.
Sincean advisory body of the St. Louis County Council called the Historic Buildings Commission (HBC) has designated sites of architectural, cultural, and community significance as County Landmarks. St. Louis Arsenal. Some of the oldest buildings in the city are on the grounds of the old St.
Louis Arsenal, but you can’t see them up close, because they’re on the grounds of the secured National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency. This arsenal replaced the crumbling Fort Belle Fontaine and was built in the late s.
Louis Landmark is a designation of the Board of Aldermen of the City of St. Louis for historic buildings and other sites in St.
Louis, Missouri. Listed sites are selected after meeting a combination of criteria, such as whether the site is a cultural resource, near a cultural resource. The National Historic Preservation Act of created the National Register of Historic Places to identify, honor and protect our nation's historic and pre-historic resources.
It is a national record of buildings, sites, structures and objects certified by the Secretary of the Interior to possess national, state or local significance. The Library & Research Center holds a copy of the “Atlas of St. Louis County,” published by the St.
Louis Plat and Record Co. in The pages in this plat book show the names of property owners in the central corridor of St. Louis County from the St. Louis City limits to approximately as far west as present-day Interstate In addition to University Archives, various types of historic maps are located in WU Libraries, including Olin, Art & Artictecture, Earth & Planetary Sciences, West Campus, and Special Collections - Rare Books.
See especially subject headings: Saint Louis (Mo.) -- Maps. Saint Louis (Mo.) -- Maps -- 19th century. Next: STL Fire Insurance Maps >>Author: Miranda Rectenwald. The St. Louis Public Library and the Missouri Historical Society have terrific resources to learn more about the people who lived in the building.
City directories, Red Books (for commercial buildings), Blue Books (a directory of the upper class), and Red-Blue Books. Most of these (but not all) are county history books that combine history and biographies of families within the county.
Read each book description for publication and condition details and price. If you have questions concerning any book here, email us at [email protected] or call us at for further details. The building permit for your house; The St.
Louis County, Assessor's Plat Book maps. The plat book locates several parcels on one page. The plat book parcels include the lot dimensions, however, the existing structures are not indicated on the parcel. These plat book copies can be used as a guide to help draw a scaled plot plan.
About Us The Department of Public Works, under the leadership of Deanna Venker, P.E., Director, is dedicated to serving the people who visit, live, work, or play in St. Louis County. We ensure health, safety and well being through reasonable and judicious code enforcement and quality services.
Building construction, neighborhood preservation, land disturbance and zoning codes are enforced in. Historic Buildings in St. Louis County (Interim Survey Report ) [W. Philip Cotton Jr.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.Benefits include protection from Federally-funded projects that can negatively affect the district and the ability to qualify for State or Federal Historic Preservation Tax Credits.
8 of City's17 local historic districts in the City of St. Louis have been certified.National Register of Historic Places listings in St. Louis north and west of downtown ( listings) National Register of Historic Places listings in St.
Louis south and west of downtown (99 listings) See also. National Register of Historic Places listings in St. Louis County, Missouri.