1904 World’s Fair

The Exhibition ground at the World's Fair, St. Louis.   (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

#TBT: 1904 World’s Fair Opens on April 30

Visitors not only tasted the first ice cream cone, they saw the first x-ray, wall outlet, hot dog, and Dr. Pepper.


Andy Neer of Zanesville, OH Museum of Art stands next to a Weller vase from the company's Aurelian line, after the vase emerged from its shipping container. The vase was made in 1904. (Zanesville Times Recorder/Chris Crook)

1904 World’s Fair Vases On Display In Ohio

Pottery maker made items to bring to St. Louis for historical event


The City Museum, St. Louis

Top Permanent Exhibits In St. Louis

Some of the best-loved art displays in the city are the permanent ones that we return to view again and again.



TIAM Weekend: Taking a Look Back at the 1904 Olympics and Kids & Clay Event

We take a look back at the 1904 Olympic Games that were held in St. Louis and why they weren’t held in Chicago like originally planned. UMSL professor Susan Brownell, tells Brian Kelly and Maria […]

NewsRadio 1120 KMOX–07/28/2012

Chris Carpenter #29 of the St. Louis Cardinals poses during photo day at Roger Dean Stadium on February 29, 2012 in Jupiter, Florida.  (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)

Charlie Brennan: Mike Shannon & “Beyond the Ice Cream Cone”

Like some of us here at KMOX, the Voice of the Cardinals, Mike Shannon, will be at working Independence Day at the old ballpark.

NewsRadio 1120 KMOX–07/04/2012

Missouri State Museum Gets 1904 World’s Fair Treasures

The museum plans to exhibit the collection in 2014.



Historic Columbia Home Slated For Demolition

Several notable figures visited the Anne Fisher House on Old Highway 63.


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