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The first successful parachute jump to be made from a moving airplane was made by Captain Berry at St. Louis, in 1912.

At the St. Louis World's Fair in 1904, Richard Blechyden, served tea with ice and invented iced tea.

St. Louis; is also called, "The Gateway to the West" and "Home of the Blues".

Anheuser-Busch brewery in St. Louis, Missouri is the largest beer producing plant in the nation.

The tallest man in documented medical history was Robert Pershing Wadlow from St. Louis. He was 8 feet, 11.1 inches tall

At the St. Louis World's Fair in 1904, the ice cream cone was invented. An ice cream vendor ran out of cups and asked a waffle vendor to help by rolling up waffles to hold ice cream.

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There is MUCH more to discover about St Louis, Missouri, USA. Read on!
  • 1764 - February 15 - St. Louis, Missouri founded as a French trading post by Pierre Laclade Ligue

    historyorb.com

  • 1804 - May 14 - Lewis & Clark set out from St Louis for Pacific Coast

    historyorb.com
    May 14, 1804

  • 1806 - September 23 - Lewis & Clark return to St Louis from Pacific Northwest

    historyorb.com

  • 1808 - The first newspaper, the Missouri Gazette, began publication in St. Louis

    www.worldatlas.com/ webimage/ countrys/ namerica/ usstates/ motimeln.htm

  • 1816 - August 24 - The Treaty of St. Louis is signed in St. Louis, Missouri.

    historyorb.com

  • 1832 - Saint Louis University received a formal charter from the state of Missouri in 1832, making it the oldest University west of the Mississippi.

    www.ereferencedesk.com/ resources/ state-facts/ missouri.html

  • 1847 - St. Louis connected to the East by telegraph

    www.worldatlas.com/ webimage/ countrys/ namerica/ usstates/ motimeln.htm

  • News 1849 - May 17 – The St. Louis Fire starts when a steamboat catches fire and nearly burns down the entire city.
    From the St. Louis Union.
    TREMENDOUS CONFLAGRATION!
    23 Steamboats Burned!
    SEVERAL SQUARES IN ASHES.
    LOSS OF LIFE!!
    Five Millions of Property...Read MORE...


  • 1849 - A cholera epidemic struck St. Louis - over 4000 people died

    www.worldatlas.com/ webimage/ countrys/ namerica/ usstates/ motimeln.htm

  • 1854 - St Louis
    St. Louis, a city, port of entry, and seat of justice of St. Louis county. Missouri, is situated on the right bank of the Mississippi river, 20 miles ...Read MORE...


  • 1857 - The Dred Scott decision handed down by U.S. Chief Justice Roger B. Taney;
    the case originated in St. Louis. Scott was allowed to sue for his freedom from slavery based on the fact that he had previously lived in a free...Read MORE...


  • News 1866 - MISSOURI - DESTRUCTIVE TORNADO AT ST. LOUIS. BUILDINGS UNROOFED AND DEMOLISHED - MANY PERSONS INJURED - DAMAGES ESTIMATED AT $100,000.
    St. Louis, Monday, Oct. 22.
    The most terrific wind storm that ever visited this section of the country swept over this city at 4:30 yesterday...Read MORE...


  • News 1869 - A St. Louis dispatch of the 22d reports that General Sherman had been quite ill for several days past.

    St Joseph Herald
    Saint Joseph, Michigan
    January 30, 1869

  • News 1870 - Fires
    St. Louis, Mo., July 8. - The freight warehouses of the St. Louis and Vandalia, and Illinois Control Railroad Companies, on Second-street, between...Read MORE...


  • 1870 - The first train of the Atlantic-Pacific Railway, which became the St.Louis-San Francisco Railway, or "Frisco," arrived in 1870.

    www.ereferencedesk.com/ resources/ state-facts/ missouri.html

  • News 1873 - Surprising Outcome
    A charitable lady of St. Louis sent one of her last year's dresses to a destitute woman on the 6th. She was somewhat surprised to have it returned...Read MORE...


  • St Louis, Missouri, USA
    Scenes in St. Louis
    Picturesque America... Oliver Bell Bunce, William Cullen Bryant
    New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1872-1874.
    Artwork
  • News 1876 - Barge Hits Booneville Bridge
    A barge was crushed against the Booneville Bridge, near St. Louis, on Tuesday. Six lives were lost. The barge had 1,000 bushels of corn on board.
    The Weekly Era
    Raleigh, North Carolina
    April 13, 1876

  • News 1877 - July 16 – Great railroad strike of 1877:
    Riots by Baltimore and Ohio Railroad railroad workers in Baltimore, Maryland lead to a sympathy strike and rioting in Pittsburgh, and a full-scale...Read MORE...


  • St Louis, Missouri, USA
    Stronger than the Law Shoe
    Originated and Made Only By
    Roberts, Johnson & Rand Shoe Co.
    St. Louis, U.S.A.
    Advertisement
  • St Louis, Missouri, USA
    1880s
    Bogards Fine Shoes
    St. Louis
    Advertisement
  • 1882 - St. Louis
    It was nearly a century and a quarter ago that St: Louis's first arrival proclaimed the site of the future metropolis of the Mississippi Valley. In...Read MORE...


  • News 1887 - A CIRCUS TRAIN WRECKED. WILD ANIMALS ESCAPE, BUT ARE EASILY CAPTURED - ONE MAN KILLED.
    St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 3 - JOHN ROBINSON'S circus train was wrecked at the Union Station this evening, and a pair of lions, a tiger, a leopard, and a...Read MORE...


  • News 1888 - In St Louis on the 13th a case of leprosy was discovered, the patient being Choo Fay, a Chinese laundryman. Fay has been in this country several years.

    St Joseph Herald
    Saint Joseph, Michigan
    March 17, 1888

  • News 1889 - The malt-house attached to the Anheuser-Busch brewery in St. Louis was burned on the 3d, causing a loss of $200,000.

    St Joseph Herald
    Saint Joseph, Michigan
    February 9, 1889

  • News 1890 - March 31 - Saint Louis, MO, received 20 inches of snow in 24 hours.

    WeatherForYou.com
    March 31, 1890

  • St Louis, Missouri, USA
    Rexpirin Brand Tablets
    United Drug Company
    Boston - St. Louis, USA
    Found at The Way It Was Museum, Virginia City, Nevada
    Advertisement
  • St Louis, Missouri, USA
    Gold Medal Antacid Powder
    S. Pfeiffer Mfg. Co.
    St. Louis, Mo.
    Found at The Way It Was Museum, Virginia City, Nevada
    Advertisement
  • St Louis, Missouri, USA
    Gold Medal Cough Medicine
    Blackberry Root, Ginger, Cinnamon, Clove, Anise Compound
    Pfeiffer Mfg. Co.
    St. Louis, Mo.
    Found at The Way It Was Museum, Virginia City, Nevada
    Advertisement
  • St Louis, Missouri, USA
    Various medicinal remedies from St. Louis, Mo.
    Found at The Way It Was Museum, Virginia City, Nevada

    Rexall Iron, Liver and Bone Marrow Compound
    Trio-Carb Tablets
    Dr. J. H. McLean's Cordial
    Advertisement
  • St Louis, Missouri, USA
    Rid-A-Pain
    S. Pfeiffer Mfg. Co.
    St. Louis, Mo.
    Found at The Way It Was Museum, Virginia City, Nevada
    Advertisement
  • News 1893 - February 1, Thunder and lightning accompanied sleet and snow at Saint Louis MO during the evening hours, even though the temperature was just 13 degrees above zero.

    The Weather Channel
    February 1, 1893

  • News 1895 - Blizzard - THE STORM STILL HOVERS OVER THE UNITED STATES. IT IS SEVEREST IN THE EAST. TRAFFIC ALMOST ENTIRELY AT A STANDSTILL -- RAILROAD TRAINS BLOCKADED -- BUSINESS PARALYZED -- PEOPLE FROZEN TO DEATH AT SEVERAL PLACES...
    ...Temperature In Missouri.
    St. Louis, Feb. 9. - A special to The Republic from Centralia, Mo., says: "The mercury registered 27 degrees below zero...Read MORE...


  • 1895 - St Louis
    Saint Louis, sent loo'is or loo'ee (Fr. sáN" loo'ee'), the chief city of Missouri, the fifth in population of the cities of the United States, and a...Read MORE...


  • News 1896 - St. Louis, Mo. - May 27, 1896 - Twister
    The tornado that came through St. Louis, Missouri on May 27th, 1896 originally formed only six miles west of the Eads Bridge. It swept away or...Read MORE...


  • News 1897 - VAULTS SAVE. St. Louis' Largest Jewelry Firm From Being Wiped Out by Fire. BUILDING AND ALL GO. But Half of the Stock Was Saved by Being in Fire Proof Vaults. FAMILY'S NARROW ESCAPE.
    St. Louis, Dec. 19. - Fire started in the basement of the building occupied by the Mermod & Jaccard Jewelry Company, at the corner of Locust street...Read MORE...


  • St Louis, Missouri, USA
    Women Know the vital importance of pure food and drink. That accounts for the success of

    Blanke's Kofeko
    The original malted grain coffee

    C. F. Blanke & Co., St. Louis, U.S.A.

    The Ladies' Home Journal
    February 1898
    Advertisement
  • St Louis, Missouri, USA
    "My Health is My Fortune"
    Ralston Health Club Breakfast Food
    Breakfast for a 2 Cent Stamp
    Purina Mills, St. Louis, Mo.

    The Ladies' Home Journal
    October 1898
    Advertisement
  • 1899 - St. Louis - John S. Thurman invented the gasoline powered vacuum cleaner (which he called the "pneumatic carpet renovator") in 1899.
    His vacuum was patented on Oct. 3, 1899 (patent #634,042). It may have been the first motorized vacuum cleaner. Thurman had a run a horse drawn,...Read MORE...


  • St Louis, Missouri, USA
    Arcade Building, 8th and Olive to Pine St., St. Louis, Mo.
    Postcard
  • 1901 - St. Louis - The Future Great by William Marion Reedy
    Situated at the heart of the continent, between the East and West, the North and South, St. Louis is a unique mixture of the characteristics of all...Read MORE...


  • News 1904 - IN ST. LOUIS. Tornado Kills Two and Injures Many — Heavy Property Loss.
    St. Louis, Aug. 20.— A tornado of small proportions but of extreme fury, swept down upon the residence portion of North St. Louis Friday, resulting...Read MORE...


  • News 1904 - July 1 – The third Modern Olympic Games opens in St. Louis, Missouri, United States as part of the World's Fair.
    There were only representatives from 13 countries. Eighty-five percent of the competitors were Americans, and eight percent were Canadians.
    topendsports.com
    July 1, 1904

  • News 1904 - TEN DROP TO THEIR DEATH - EMPLOYES OF THE BROWN SHOE COMPANY AT ST. LOUIS CROWD AT ELEVATOR. BREAK DOWN THE GUARDS
    And Shove Those Next to the Carriage Into the Shaft and To a Fatal Fall of Six Stories.

    St. Louis, Jan. 13 – A crowd of employes pressing against...Read MORE...


  • 1904 - April 30 – The Louisiana Purchase Exposition World's Fair opens in St. Louis, Missouri (closes December 1).
    Ice-cream cones were first served in 1904 at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition world's fair in St. Louis. Also, at the St. Louis World's Fair in...Read MORE...


  • 1905 - The Gateway Arch (Jefferson National Expansion Memorial) was completed in St. Louis

    www.worldatlas.com/ webimage/ countrys/ namerica/ usstates/ motimeln.htm

  • 1906
    Saint Louis, sent loo'is or loo'ee, the chief city of Missouri and the fourth in population of the cities of the United States, is situated on the W. ...Read MORE...


  • News April 26, 1921: First U.S. weather report broadcast, by WEW in St. Louis, Missouri

    The Old Farmer's Almanac www.almanac.com
    April 26, 1921

  • News 1927 - September 29 - A tornado (possibly two tornadoes) cut an eight-mile long path across Saint Louis MO, to Granite City IL, killing 79 persons. The damage path at times was a mile and a quarter in width.

    The Weather Channel
    September 29, 1927

  • St Louis, Missouri, USA
    Municipal Courts Building, St. Louis, Mo.
    Postcard
  • St Louis, Missouri, USA
    Missouri Botanical Gardens - Shaw's Garden - St. Louis, Missouri
    Postcard
  • News 1959 - February 10 - Tornado in St Louis kills 19 & injures 265

    historyorb.com
    February 10, 1959



Old Photos, Pictures, Advertisements and Postcards from St Louis, Missouri, USA


St Louis, Missouri, USA
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Scenes in St. Louis
Picturesque America... Oliver Bell Bunce, William Cullen Bryant
New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1872-1874.
Artwork

St Louis, Missouri, USA
Pinterest
Stronger than the Law Shoe
Originated and Made Only By
Roberts, Johnson & Rand Shoe Co.
St. Louis, U.S.A.
Advertisement

St Louis, Missouri, USA
Pinterest
1880s
Bogards Fine Shoes
St. Louis
Advertisement



St Louis, Missouri, USA
Pinterest
Rexpirin Brand Tablets
United Drug Company
Boston - St. Louis, USA
Found at The Way It Was Museum, Virginia City, Nevada
Advertisement

St Louis, Missouri, USA
Pinterest
Gold Medal Antacid Powder
S. Pfeiffer Mfg. Co.
St. Louis, Mo.
Found at The Way It Was Museum, Virginia City, Nevada
Advertisement

St Louis, Missouri, USA
Pinterest
Gold Medal Cough Medicine
Blackberry Root, Ginger, Cinnamon, Clove, Anise Compound
Pfeiffer Mfg. Co.
St. Louis, Mo.
Found at The Way It Was Museum, Virginia City, Nevada
Advertisement

St Louis, Missouri, USA
Pinterest
Various medicinal remedies from St. Louis, Mo.
Found at The Way It Was Museum, Virginia City, Nevada

Rexall Iron, Liver and Bone Marrow Compound
Trio-Carb Tablets
Dr. J. H. McLean's Cordial
Advertisement

St Louis, Missouri, USA
Pinterest
Rid-A-Pain
S. Pfeiffer Mfg. Co.
St. Louis, Mo.
Found at The Way It Was Museum, Virginia City, Nevada
Advertisement

St Louis, Missouri, USA
Pinterest
Women Know the vital importance of pure food and drink. That accounts for the success of

Blanke's Kofeko
The original malted grain coffee

C. F. Blanke & Co., St. Louis, U.S.A.

The Ladies' Home Journal
February 1898
Advertisement

St Louis, Missouri, USA
Pinterest
"My Health is My Fortune"
Ralston Health Club Breakfast Food
Breakfast for a 2 Cent Stamp
Purina Mills, St. Louis, Mo.

The Ladies' Home Journal
October 1898
Advertisement

St Louis, Missouri, USA
Pinterest
Arcade Building, 8th and Olive to Pine St., St. Louis, Mo.
Postcard



St Louis, Missouri, USA
Pinterest
Municipal Courts Building, St. Louis, Mo.
Postcard

St Louis, Missouri, USA
Pinterest
Missouri Botanical Gardens - Shaw's Garden - St. Louis, Missouri
Postcard
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  • 1764 - February 15 - St. Louis, Missouri founded as a French trading post by Pierre Laclade Ligue

    historyorb.com
  • 1804 - May 14 - Lewis & Clark set out from St Louis for Pacific Coast

    historyorb.com
    May 14, 1804
  • 1806 - September 23 - Lewis & Clark return to St Louis from Pacific Northwest

    historyorb.com
  • 1808 - The first newspaper, the Missouri Gazette, began publication in St. Louis

    www.worldatlas.com/ webimage/ countrys/ namerica/ usstates/ motimeln.htm
  • 1816 - August 24 - The Treaty of St. Louis is signed in St. Louis, Missouri.

    historyorb.com
  • 1832 - Saint Louis University received a formal charter from the state of Missouri in 1832, making it the oldest University west of the Mississippi.

    www.ereferencedesk.com/ resources/ state-facts/ missouri.html
  • 1847 - St. Louis connected to the East by telegraph

    www.worldatlas.com/ webimage/ countrys/ namerica/ usstates/ motimeln.htm
  • 1849 - A cholera epidemic struck St. Louis - over 4000 people died

    www.worldatlas.com/ webimage/ countrys/ namerica/ usstates/ motimeln.htm
  • News  1849 - May 17 – The St. Louis Fire starts when a steamboat catches fire and nearly burns down the entire city.
    From the St. Louis Union.
    TREMENDOUS CONFLAGRATION!
    23 Steamboats Burned!
    SEVERAL SQUARES IN ASHES.
    LOSS OF LIFE!!
    Five Millions of Property... Read MORE...

  • 1854 - St Louis
    St. Louis, a city, port of entry, and seat of justice of St. Louis county. Missouri, is situated on the right bank of the Mississippi river, 20 miles ... Read MORE...

  • 1857 - The Dred Scott decision handed down by U.S. Chief Justice Roger B. Taney;
    the case originated in St. Louis. Scott was allowed to sue for his freedom from slavery based on the fact that he had previously lived in a free... Read MORE...

  • News  1866 - MISSOURI - DESTRUCTIVE TORNADO AT ST. LOUIS. BUILDINGS UNROOFED AND DEMOLISHED - MANY PERSONS INJURED - DAMAGES ESTIMATED AT $100,000.
    St. Louis, Monday, Oct. 22.
    The most terrific wind storm that ever visited this section of the country swept over this city at 4:30 yesterday... Read MORE...

  • News  1869 - A St. Louis dispatch of the 22d reports that General Sherman had been quite ill for several days past.
    St Joseph Herald
    Saint Joseph, Michigan
    January 30, 1869
  • 1870 - The first train of the Atlantic-Pacific Railway, which became the St.Louis-San Francisco Railway, or "Frisco," arrived in 1870.

    www.ereferencedesk.com/ resources/ state-facts/ missouri.html
  • News  1870 - Fires
    St. Louis, Mo., July 8. - The freight warehouses of the St. Louis and Vandalia, and Illinois Control Railroad Companies, on Second-street, between... Read MORE...

  • News  1873 - Surprising Outcome
    A charitable lady of St. Louis sent one of her last year's dresses to a destitute woman on the 6th. She was somewhat surprised to have it returned... Read MORE...

  • News  1876 - Barge Hits Booneville Bridge
    A barge was crushed against the Booneville Bridge, near St. Louis, on Tuesday. Six lives were lost. The barge had 1,000 bushels of corn on board. The Weekly Era
    Raleigh, North Carolina
    April 13, 1876
  • News  1877 - July 16 – Great railroad strike of 1877:
    Riots by Baltimore and Ohio Railroad railroad workers in Baltimore, Maryland lead to a sympathy strike and rioting in Pittsburgh, and a full-scale... Read MORE...

  • 1882 - St. Louis
    It was nearly a century and a quarter ago that St: Louis's first arrival proclaimed the site of the future metropolis of the Mississippi Valley. In... Read MORE...

  • News  1887 - A CIRCUS TRAIN WRECKED. WILD ANIMALS ESCAPE, BUT ARE EASILY CAPTURED - ONE MAN KILLED.
    St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 3 - JOHN ROBINSON'S circus train was wrecked at the Union Station this evening, and a pair of lions, a tiger, a leopard, and a... Read MORE...

  • News  1888 - In St Louis on the 13th a case of leprosy was discovered, the patient being Choo Fay, a Chinese laundryman. Fay has been in this country several years.
    St Joseph Herald
    Saint Joseph, Michigan
    March 17, 1888
  • News  1889 - The malt-house attached to the Anheuser-Busch brewery in St. Louis was burned on the 3d, causing a loss of $200,000.
    St Joseph Herald
    Saint Joseph, Michigan
    February 9, 1889
  • News  1890 - March 31 - Saint Louis, MO, received 20 inches of snow in 24 hours.

    WeatherForYou.com
    March 31, 1890
  • News  1893 - February 1, Thunder and lightning accompanied sleet and snow at Saint Louis MO during the evening hours, even though the temperature was just 13 degrees above zero.

    The Weather Channel
    February 1, 1893
  • 1895 - St Louis
    Saint Louis, sent loo'is or loo'ee (Fr. sáN" loo'ee'), the chief city of Missouri, the fifth in population of the cities of the United States, and a... Read MORE...

  • News  1895 - Blizzard - THE STORM STILL HOVERS OVER THE UNITED STATES. IT IS SEVEREST IN THE EAST. TRAFFIC ALMOST ENTIRELY AT A STANDSTILL -- RAILROAD TRAINS BLOCKADED -- BUSINESS PARALYZED -- PEOPLE FROZEN TO DEATH AT SEVERAL PLACES...
    ...Temperature In Missouri.
    St. Louis, Feb. 9. - A special to The Republic from Centralia, Mo., says: "The mercury registered 27 degrees below zero... Read MORE...

  • News  1896 - St. Louis, Mo. - May 27, 1896 - Twister
    The tornado that came through St. Louis, Missouri on May 27th, 1896 originally formed only six miles west of the Eads Bridge. It swept away or... Read MORE...

  • News  1897 - VAULTS SAVE. St. Louis' Largest Jewelry Firm From Being Wiped Out by Fire. BUILDING AND ALL GO. But Half of the Stock Was Saved by Being in Fire Proof Vaults. FAMILY'S NARROW ESCAPE.
    St. Louis, Dec. 19. - Fire started in the basement of the building occupied by the Mermod & Jaccard Jewelry Company, at the corner of Locust street... Read MORE...

  • 1899 - St. Louis - John S. Thurman invented the gasoline powered vacuum cleaner (which he called the "pneumatic carpet renovator") in 1899.
    His vacuum was patented on Oct. 3, 1899 (patent #634,042). It may have been the first motorized vacuum cleaner. Thurman had a run a horse drawn,... Read MORE...

  • 1901 - St. Louis - The Future Great by William Marion Reedy
    Situated at the heart of the continent, between the East and West, the North and South, St. Louis is a unique mixture of the characteristics of all... Read MORE...

  • News  1904 - TEN DROP TO THEIR DEATH - EMPLOYES OF THE BROWN SHOE COMPANY AT ST. LOUIS CROWD AT ELEVATOR. BREAK DOWN THE GUARDS
    And Shove Those Next to the Carriage Into the Shaft and To a Fatal Fall of Six Stories.

    St. Louis, Jan. 13 – A crowd of employes pressing against... Read MORE...

  • 1904 - April 30 – The Louisiana Purchase Exposition World's Fair opens in St. Louis, Missouri (closes December 1).
    Ice-cream cones were first served in 1904 at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition world's fair in St. Louis. Also, at the St. Louis World's Fair in... Read MORE...

  • News  1904 - July 1 – The third Modern Olympic Games opens in St. Louis, Missouri, United States as part of the World's Fair.
    There were only representatives from 13 countries. Eighty-five percent of the competitors were Americans, and eight percent were Canadians.
    topendsports.com
    July 1, 1904
  • News  1904 - IN ST. LOUIS. Tornado Kills Two and Injures Many — Heavy Property Loss.
    St. Louis, Aug. 20.— A tornado of small proportions but of extreme fury, swept down upon the residence portion of North St. Louis Friday, resulting... Read MORE...

  • 1905 - The Gateway Arch (Jefferson National Expansion Memorial) was completed in St. Louis

    www.worldatlas.com/ webimage/ countrys/ namerica/ usstates/ motimeln.htm
  • 1906
    Saint Louis, sent loo'is or loo'ee, the chief city of Missouri and the fourth in population of the cities of the United States, is situated on the W. ... Read MORE...

  • News  April 26, 1921: First U.S. weather report broadcast, by WEW in St. Louis, Missouri

    The Old Farmer's Almanac www.almanac.com
    April 26, 1921
  • News  1927 - September 29 - A tornado (possibly two tornadoes) cut an eight-mile long path across Saint Louis MO, to Granite City IL, killing 79 persons. The damage path at times was a mile and a quarter in width.

    The Weather Channel
    September 29, 1927
  • News  1959 - February 10 - Tornado in St Louis kills 19 & injures 265

    historyorb.com
    February 10, 1959

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