New Photos Of Old St. Louis

While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com.  (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
Newly Found Photos Of Old St. Louis While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com. (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com.  (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
Newly Found Photos Of Old St. Louis While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com. (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com.  (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
Newly Found Photos Of Old St. Louis While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com. (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com.  (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
Newly Found Photos Of Old St. Louis While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com. (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com.  (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
Newly Found Photos Of Old St. Louis While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com. (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com.  (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
Newly Found Photos Of Old St. Louis While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com. (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com.  (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
Newly Found Photos Of Old St. Louis While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com. (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com.  (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
Newly Found Photos Of Old St. Louis While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com. (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com.  (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
Newly Found Photos Of Old St. Louis While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com. (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com.  (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
Newly Found Photos Of Old St. Louis While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com. (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com.  (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
Newly Found Photos Of Old St. Louis While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com. (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com.  (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
Newly Found Photos Of Old St. Louis While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com. (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com.  (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
Newly Found Photos Of Old St. Louis While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com. (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com.  (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
Newly Found Photos Of Old St. Louis While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com. (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com.  (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
Newly Found Photos Of Old St. Louis While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com. (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com.  (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
Newly Found Photos Of Old St. Louis While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com. (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com.  (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
Newly Found Photos Of Old St. Louis While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com. (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com.  (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
Newly Found Photos Of Old St. Louis While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com. (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com.  (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
Newly Found Photos Of Old St. Louis While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com. (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com.  (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
Newly Found Photos Of Old St. Louis While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com. (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com.  (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
Newly Found Photos Of Old St. Louis While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com. (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com.  (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
Newly Found Photos Of Old St. Louis While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com. (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com.  (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
Newly Found Photos Of Old St. Louis While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com. (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com.  (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
Newly Found Photos Of Old St. Louis While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com. (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com.  (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
Newly Found Photos Of Old St. Louis While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com. (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com.  (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
Newly Found Photos Of Old St. Louis While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com. (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com.  (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
Newly Found Photos Of Old St. Louis While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com. (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com.  (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
Newly Found Photos Of Old St. Louis While moving their headquarters from 634 N. Grand to 1520 Market a few years ago, St. Louis City Health Department Director Pamela Walker discovered a cache of old photos tucked away in a drawer. Unfortunately the photos were not dated or marked with any kind of information about the time or subject of the photos, but several of the pictures themselves make it clear that they were taken in St. Louis sometime in the late 19th or early 20th century. Walker plans to speak with local historians to get a better idea of the subject of each photo, which include pictures of children being treated for polio, a common bath house with separate entrances for men and women, people boating on the River Des Peres, a street sweeper, etc. Walker also shared the photos with KMOX News. Anyone who thinks they may have information about the photos can contact Pam Walker at the Health Department or Brett Blume at KMOX Radio, (314) 444-3234 or brett.blume@cbsradio.com. (Photo: KMOX/Brett Blume courtesy of St. Louis City Health Dept.)
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