ST. LOUIS MERCANTILE LIBRARY, UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI - ST. LOUIS
St. Louis Globe Democrat Images
Acquired by the Mercantile Library in 1986, when the Globe-Democrat ceased publication, the photo archives form an historical library of record for the city of St. Louis and the state of Missouri. Currently only a small fraction of the photographs housed in the collection available electronically.
This vast collection covers the history, culture and life of the St. Louis region and the state of Missouri. The newspapers which eventually merged to form the St. Louis Globe-Democrat were staunch advocates of freedom and anti-slavery in Missouri. The Globe-Democrat eventually became the most widely-read morning paper in St. Louis.
How to Use This Collection:
The collection is keyword searchable using one or more of the following pieces of information:
- American Car and Foundry
- Presidential Visits to St. Louis
(Calvin Coolidge, Herbert Hoover)
- St. Louis Board of Aldermen
- Aerial Views of St. Louis
- St. Louis Gateway Arch
- Fire / Fire Fighting
- Weather (including 1927 tornado damage)
Rights and Reproductions
All digital images copyright of The Curators of the University of Missouri. The Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, U.S. Code) governs the making of photocopies or reproductions of copyrighted materials. The Mercantile Library of the University of Missouri-St. Louis reserves the right to refuse photocopying or reproducing an image if, in its judgment, the reproduction would be used for purposes other than personal or private scholarship, use, or research. If a user employs a photocopy or reproduction for purposes in excess of fair use, that user may be liable for copyright infringement. Please contact the library for more information at (314)516-7243 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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