Category Archives: Dutchtown

The Corner Anchor at Osceola and Grand

by Michael R. Allen This amazing four-family building in Dutchtown is located at 4400 South Grand Boulevard just south of the large Cleveland High School athletic field. Whether or not this fits in the Tudor Revival or the Craftsman styles … Continue reading

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Aldermen Support Re-Opening Cleveland High School

by Michael R. Allen Postcard from the collection of Landmarks Association of St. Louis. At the Monday meeting of the Intergovernmental Affairs Committee of the St. Louis Board of Aldermen, three aldermen spoke strongly in favor of reopening the shuttered … Continue reading

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Changes at Resurrection of Our Lord Church

by Michael R. Allen On March 24, the Preservation Board of the City of St. Louis considered an application by the congregation of Resurrection of Our Lord Church to remove an original wall and construct a grotto. Designed by Murphy … Continue reading

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Feasting Fox Hosted SAH Chapter Gathering

by Michael R. Allen Marty Luepker recounts the rehabilitation of the Feasting Fox.   On Sunday February 10, our local Missouri Valley Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians convened their annual gathering at the Feasting Fox restaurant in south … Continue reading

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