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"... a proper horse goes slowIn those leafy aisleswhere Cupid smilesIn Lover's Lane, Saint Jo."- Eugene Field Lovers Lane, beginning where 18th Street meets Grand Avenue and extending a mile and a half to the northeast until it joins Ashland Av…
Lost at sea, in thesinking of the "S.S. Lusitania"off the Old Head ofKinsale, Ireland,on May 7th 1915
Born in Phil. Pa. Dec. 6, 1808,Died in St. Joseph Mo.Apr. 28, 1898Aged 89 years.United with the M. E. Churchin 1834.A member of the I.O.O.F.from 1850 till death. In June 1827, became a professional undertaker and funeral director, being the fir…
Situated on "Council Hill". In 1882 Bob and Charlie Ford were tried here and sentenced to hang for the shooting of Jesse James.———————Saint Joseph Landmark
Designed by Eckel and Mann.The bank's owners were members of the German Krug family who were noted for their philanthropy.———————This property has beenplaced on theNational Registerof Historic Placesby the…
Born in St. Joseph, Missouri, Coleman Hawkins got his first saxophone at age nine and was traveling coast to coast, recording with Mamie Smith and the Jazz Hounds while still in his teens. Credited with making the sax a solo jazz instrument, "Hawk…
Upper floors were originally leased to dentists and physicians while Krumm Florist and Haefli Real Estate occupied the main floor.
The west window was given in memory of Virginia Motter Davis by her husband and sons. Saint Joseph Landmark
Built by W. F. Kirkpatrick whose jewelry company was known for its fine silver.
Originally known as the Tootle Opera House. Once regarded as the finest theater west of the Mississippi River.