Category Archives: Mullanphy Emigrant Home

Mullanphy Emigrant Home, Four Years Later

by Michael R. Allen The fact that this city still has the Mullanphy Emigrant Home is testament to the amazing mobilization of dedicated Old North St. Louis residents, preservationists and civic leaders across the city. This week’s victory for Proposition … Continue reading

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"NorthSide": Phasing and Ownership

This slide shows the possible phasing of “NorthSide, ” from A (first) to L (last). This slide shows that the first projects will be “employment centers” on the vacated 22nd Street ramps west of Union Station and at the head … Continue reading

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Mullanphy Emigrant Home Stabilized for Winter

by Michael R. Allen The Old North St. Louis Restoration Group recent appropriated funds to complete the enclosure of the Mullanphy Emigrant Home at 1609 N. 14th Street. Although the work did not include further masonry work, the scope resulted … Continue reading

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Moonlight Ramble Included the Mullanphy Emigrant Home

by Michael R. Allen Early Sunday morning, cyclists on this year’s Moonlight Ramble made a north turn to ride by the historic Mullanphy Emigrant Home in Old North St. Louis. The Ramble, organized each year since 1964 by the Gateway … Continue reading

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Missouri Preservation’s Most Endangered List Includes Three St. Louis Buildings

by Michael R. Allen Yesterday Missouri Preservation unveiled its 2008 Most Endangered Historic Places list (follow link for full list with information). President Jeff Brambila, pictured above, announced that the Mullanphy Emigrant Home in St. Louis was being held over … Continue reading

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Mullanphy Emigrant Home Stabilization Work Making Progress

by Michael R. Allen The photograph above shows the state of the Mullanphy Emigrant Home today. Workers resumed masonry work yesterday and today will likely have the roof resting on a solid east supporting wall for the first time since … Continue reading

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A Good Day for the Mullanphy Emigrant Home

by Michael R. Allen I just received this note in my inbox from Karen Heet, Development Coordinator for the Old North St. Louis Restoration Group: On your way home tonight, be sure to drive by the Mullanphy Emigrant Home where … Continue reading

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Mullanphy Foundation Reconstruction Underway

by Michael R. Allen Photo from What’s New in Old North. Old North St. Louis has made a big step in the effort to stabilize the imperiled Mullanphy Emigrant Home. The foundation of the south wall of the Mullanphy Emigrant … Continue reading

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Mullanphy Benefit Concert Successful

by Michael R. Allen The Bearded Babies play at last night’s show. Photo by Sean Thomas. Last night’s benefit concert at the Tin Ceiling for the stabilization of the Mullanphy Emigrant Home raised $1,900. Coupled with the news last week … Continue reading

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Mullanphy Benefit Concert on Friday

The next Mullanphy Benefit Concert will feature The Bearded Babies, Red-Headed Strangers, and The Monads at the Tin Ceiling (3159 Cherokee) at 8:00 p.m. on Friday, August 17. Admission is $7 at the door (CASH ONLY). All proceeds will go … Continue reading

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