Families will have the opportunity to explore the history of St. Louis from 1900 to 1950 through some of the largest and most amazing photographs ever taken of the city, which will provide a unique view of what St. Louis was like in the first half of the 20th century. Stories of struggle and celebration, of devastation and triumph, small, overlooked details that live in the edges of the frame—details that not even the photographers knew they had captured.
In order to make those details come to life, the Missouri History Museum has enlarged these photographs to a larger-than-life scale, and highlighted a handful of stories from each panorama to give a sense of what was happening in the moment.
To learn more about “Panoramas of the City, visit the Missouri History Museum website.
History happens at Missouri History Museum. Learn about special exhibits, events and other activities at the museum.
To people of all ages and backgrounds, the Missouri History Museum is a leading cultural institution and community resource that offers exhibitions, programming and collections to explore the history of the region in order to better understand the world we live in and build a stronger community for the future.
The Jefferson Memorial Building section of the Missouri History Museum was originally built as the first national monument to Thomas Jefferson, preceding the Jefferson Memorial in Washington, D.C. by more than 25 years. The museum now features special exhibits and St. Louis history galleries with interactive stations for children throughout.
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