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It Looks Easy “Barnacle” [Sep/ Oct: The Antikamnia Calender, 1900 Louis Crusius was a pharmacist and surgeon as well as an artist. He created these humorous drawings for promotional calendars distributed by Antikamnia, a pharmaceutical company headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri. Among the medicines Antikamnia manufactured were painkillers that contained opium and cocaine.*

It Looks Easy “Barnacle” [Sep/ Oct: The Antikamnia Calender, 1900 Louis Crusius was a pharmacist and surgeon as well as an artist. He created these humorous drawings for promotional calendars distributed by Antikamnia, a pharmaceutical company headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri. Among the medicines Antikamnia manufactured were painkillers that contained opium and cocaine.*

1900's ROUNDUP COWGIRLS ST LOUIS MISSOURI MO MILK FUND RODEO REAL PHOTO RPPC | Collectibles, Postcards, Real Photo | eBay!

1900's ROUNDUP COWGIRLS ST LOUIS MISSOURI MO MILK FUND RODEO REAL PHOTO RPPC | Collectibles, Postcards, Real Photo | eBay!

Construction work on St. Charles Street east of Seventh Street. (1900) Missouri History Museum

Construction work on St. Charles Street east of Seventh Street. (1900) Missouri History Museum

363 Copa De Oro was built in 1940 by American architect Gerard Colcord (1900–1984), who designed over 300 residences and 100 residential remodels in California. He was born in St. Louis, Missouri, educated in the US and Europe, then moved to Los Angeles in 1924.

363 Copa De Oro was built in 1940 by American architect Gerard Colcord (1900–1984), who designed over 300 residences and 100 residential remodels in California. He was born in St. Louis, Missouri, educated in the US and Europe, then moved to Los Angeles in 1924.

Three boys walking on a sidewalk on an unidentified street past signs posted by the St. Louis Bill Posting Company advertising home sales in Florissant and the Globe Soap Company. (1900) Missouri History Museum

Three boys walking on a sidewalk on an unidentified street past signs posted by the St. Louis Bill Posting Company advertising home sales in Florissant and the Globe Soap Company. (1900) Missouri History Museum

St. Louis City Hall seen just after 1900.  The large central spire would later be removed.  Missouri History Museum. A Crash Course in St. Louis History: Fourth City

St. Louis City Hall seen just after 1900. The large central spire would later be removed. Missouri History Museum. A Crash Course in St. Louis History: Fourth City

This is an early self-framed tin sign from the Kamps Distilling Company advertising their Rye Whiskey brand. Kamps Distilling was in St. Louis, Missouri in the late 1800's and early 1900's, and was out of business before Prohibition started

This is an early self-framed tin sign from the Kamps Distilling Company advertising their Rye Whiskey brand. Kamps Distilling was in St. Louis, Missouri in the late 1800's and early 1900's, and was out of business before Prohibition started

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