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Notable St Lomsans 

in 1900 



A PORTRAIT GALLERY OF MEN WHOSE ENERGY 

AND ABILITY HAVE CONTRIBUTED LARGELY 

TOWARDS MAKING ST. LOUIS THE 

COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL 

METROPOLIS OF THE WEST. 

SOUTHWEST AND SOUTH. 



Edited by JAMES COX 

Author of "Our Own Country," 
'Missouri at the World's Fair," etc. 



St. Lroris, 1900. 

THK DRNRSCH ART PDBLISHIN'G CO. 
PUIILIRIIRRS. 



IllJ2(v\ 




Copyrigflited 1900 

by 

The Beuesch Art Publishing Co. 

St. Louis, Mo. 



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PUBLISHERS' ANNOUNCEMENT. 



''Notable St. Loiisans in 1900" needs little or no 
introduction or preface. It presents the portraits of 1,096 
representative men of the fourth city of the United States. No 
work of this character can be absolutely complete, and in sev- 
eral cases names are unavoidably omitted owing to the impos- 
sibility of securing portraits, although the date of publication 
was delayed to obviate this as far as practicable. But between 
the covers of this volume will be found pictures of men who 
have distinguished themselves in all the leading professions as 
well as in manufacturing, wholesaling, jobbing and retailing. 

Below each name will be found a brief title or description. 
For purposes of uniformity these titles are limited to two lines, 
and an effort has been made to select such descriptions as are 
most up-to-date and distinctive. To have enumerated every 
past and present office of some of those whose pictures are given 
would have required nearly a page of space, and would have 
changed the work from a portrait gallery to a collection of 
biographies. 

An alphabetical index of portraits is appended. In the 
body of the work the classification is as accurate and complete 
as it was possible to make it, but in a city of aggressiveness 
and public spirit, in which the leading men rally round every 
movement for the common good, and where exclusiveness is the 
exception rather than the rule, no plan of classification by 
trades or professions can be invariably followed. 

The portraits are uniformly good. More than 1,000 of 
them are from photographs taken expressly for this work by 
Mr. J. C. Strauss, who made a special sitting of each subject 
with but few exceptions. The half-tone engravings are by the 
Sanders Engraving Company of St. Louis, and the Columbia 
Engraving and Electrotype Company of Chicago. 

The publishers are indebted to Mr. Joseph H. Barr and 
Mr. Joseph B. Widen, of Barr & Widen Mercantile Agency 



iv NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 

Co., for assisting in the preparation of this work and the selec- 
tion of names appearing herein. 

The typographical and press work by the Woodward & 
Tiernan Printing Company will receive universal commendation. 
The binding is by the Becktold Printing and Book Manufacturing 
Company. 

'* N0TABI.E St. Louisans in 1900 " will be preserved as a 
work of reference for generations to come. Never before has 
so complete a work of reference of its kind been published in 
St. Louis, and it will be in almost daily use in newspaper offices 
and libraries, as well as in the homes of subscribers. As a 
portrait album alone, apart from its value as a work of reference, 
it is unique. Many of those who examine it will find accurate 
and artistic portraits of at least five hundred of their personal 
friends and acquaintances. To make such a collection in the 
ordinary way would involve weeks of labor and a large outlay 
of money. 

No more appropriate year for the publication could have 
been selected. The last quarter of the century which is now in 
its closing year has seen St. Louis grow into a great metropolitan 
city. One after another Eastern rivals have been outdistanced 
both in population and manufactures. St. Louis has maintained 
its reputation for conservatism and financial solidity, and to 
these bulwarks of prosperity it has added aggressiveness and 
enterprise. The year 1900 finds it in the front rank as a com- 
mercial and financial center, and as a distributing point for 
goods of its own manufacture as well as for the pick of the 
world's markets. 

When the States carved out of the Territory purchased by 
Thomas Jefferson decided to celebrate, by a World's Fair, the 
centennial of an event, aptly described as second only in impor- 
tance to the signing of the Declaration of Independence, St. 
Louis was their unanimous choice for the site of the Exposition. 
In 1903 every civilized nation will be represented here, and to 
the visitors thus assembled as well as to those who entertain 
them, this work will be a source of interest as well as instruc- 
tion. 



INDEX TO PORTRAITS 



Page. 

Abbott, Augustus L 24 

Abeles, Julius D 271 

Abeles, Robert. 93 

Ackerman, Leopold 20G 

Adams, Benjamin S 194 

Adams, Charles M 224 

Adams, Elmer B 7 

.Adams, John H 105 

.Adkins, James 92 

Adreon, Edward L 9i> 

Aiple, Albert J 119 

Alban. Charles W 148 

.'Mien, Andrew A 70 

Allen. James H 71 

Alexander, M. Harvey 265 

Allison, James W 185 

Aloe, Alfred J 264 

Aloe, Louis P 208 

Altheimer, Benjamin 61 

Ambs, August E 174 

Ameiss, Frederick C 146 

Anderson, Lorenzo E 58 

Andrews, George P 120 

Anthony, William S 246 

Arbuckle, James 264 

Arensmeyer, William E 104 

Atmore. William E 90 

Auler, Hugo A 146 

Babcock, Henry C 223 

Bacon, Frederick H 23 

Baer, Adolph 208 

Baer, Sigmund 205 

Bagncll, William 253 

Baker, Edward 73 

Baker, George A 51 

Baker, George A., Jr 243 

Baker, Isaac G 45 

Baker, James E 103 

Bakewell. Paul 30 

Ballard. James F 220 

Barclay, Robert 127 

Barclay, Shepard 12 

Barker, James 79 

Barnard, George D 242 

Barnes, Arthur J 245 

Barnett, George D 160 

Barnett, Thomas P 160 

Barns, William E 238 

Baron, Jules 146 

Barr, Joseph H 246 

Barr, William 203 

Barret, J. V. S 115 



Page. 

Barrows, John C ll*i 

Barry, Thomas J 175 

Bascome, Western 108 

Bates, Charles W 'Jl 

Bauer, A. H 63 

Bauman, Meyer 2<>8 

Baumgarten. (iustav 122 

Becktold, William B 244 

Beinke, August M 161 

Bell, Nicholas M 152 

Bemis, Stephen A 74 

Benesch, Adolph B 274 

Benoist, Eugene H 116 

Berger, William E 53 

Bernays, Augustus C 137 

Bernheimer, Marcus 70 

Berry, Albert L 256 

Bevis, Alfred 228 

Biebinger, Frederick W 49 

Bierman, Lewis 47 

Biggs, William H J 

Birge, Julius C 178 

Bishop, C. Orrick 29 

Biskup, Roman L 269 

Bisscr, Conrad V 221 

Bixby, Fred F 95 

Bixby, William K 94 

Blackwell, Sidney S 218 

Blackmer, Lucian R 172 

Blair Albert 31 

Blake, Charles R 190 

Bland, Charles C 7 

Blanke, August H 231 

Blanke, Cyrus F 230 

Blanke, Richard H 230 

Blevins, John A 25 

Bliss, Malcolm A 138 

Block, David 46 

Blodgett, Wells H 17 

Blossom, Henry M 106 

Boeker, Anton 249 

Bofinger, John N 42 

Bohle, Louis C 263 

Bohmcr, John G 246 

Boisselier, C. D 159 

Boland, John L 237 

Bolin, Charles D 103 

Bond, Henry W 8 

Bond, Sterling P 23 

Bond. Young H 122 

Bordley, Daniel C 154 

Boyd, William G 62 . 

Boyd, Rev. Willard W 4 - 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



INDEX 



Page. 

Boyer, Joseph 177 

Brachvogel, William J 170 

Branch, Joseph VV 181 

Braun, Adolph 233 

Brecht, Gus. V 187 

Breck, Robert 107 

Brennan, Rev. Jesse K 1 

Bribach, Eugene 138 

Brickey, Smith H 195 

Bridge, Hudson E 174 

Briggs, Waldo 126 

Brinsmade, Hobart 200 

Brinson, Lynn B 70 

Britton, F. H : 77 

Bromschwig, Henry 221 

- Brookings, Robert S 34 

Brown, Alanson D 209 

Brown, Charles S 180 

Brown, George W 211 

Brown, Paul 154 

Bryan, P. Taylor 19 

Bryan, R. Shepard 143 

Bryan, William H 156 

Buchanan, Robert 241 

Buck, Myron M 42 

Buckner, Walker, Jr 100 

Budke, Conrad 245 

Bull, William 108 

Bullock, Richard B 206 

Burnett, Edwin Clark 132 

Burnham, Rev. Michael 3 

Burns, Louis N 170 

Bus, Henry J 263 

Busch, Adolphus 149 

Bushnell, William M 89 

Butler, H. Stuart 212 

Butler. Wallace C 113 

Byrnes, James W 215 

Cabanne, J. Charless 234 

Cady, L. Bertram 269 

Cale, George Wm 81 

Calhoun, David R 196 

Campbell, Edward T 105 

Campbell, James 59 

Campbell, John A 272 

Campbell, John W 261 

Campbell, Lewis F 220 

Campbell. R. A 80 

Cannon, Rev. John F 6 

Cantwell, Harry J 25 

Capcn, George H 107 

Capen, Samuel D 107 

Caplan, Leo 141 

Carleton, Murray : 196 

Carpenter, James M 113 

Carr, Archibald 262 

Carr. Rev. Archibald F 5 

Carroll, John B 27 



Page. 

Carroll, John H 18 

Carter, T. W 67 

Carter, Walter R... 99 

Case, James B 57 

Casey, Rev. Edmond A 6 

Catlin, Daniel 41 

Cerf, Louis A 105 

Chadbourne, Gideon W 42 

Chaddock, Charles G 132 

Chambers, James H 237 

Chandler, De Lacey 56 

Chaplin, Winfield S 34 

Chapman, Nelson C 251 

Chappell, E. Rutherford 30 

Chappell, Winthrop G 240 

Chesebro, Charles P 91 

Chouteau. Pierre 40 

Christie, Harvey L 19 

Christy, Calvin M 172 

Church, Alonzo C 78 

Clark, Benjamin W 227 

Clark, Charles 42 

Clark, Cyrus E 215 

Clark, Horace G 85 

Clarke, Horace W 85 

Clarkson, W. Palmer 28 

Clifford, Alfred 191 

Cochran, Alexander G 17 

Cole, Frank D 252 

Cole, John J 181 

Cole, Nathan 274 

Collins, C. Cummings 32 

Collins, Martin 106 

Collins, M. R., Jr 115 

Collins, Robert E 30 

Colman, Norman J 237 

Compton, P. Cleveland 243 

Compton, Richard J 243 

Conant, Theo. P 190 

Condon, August A 265 

Conrades, John H 247 

Cook, Douglas G 152 

Cook, Theodore P 99 

Cooke, Charles B 217 

Coons, David W 220 

Cornelius, Nicholas 175 

Cornet, Edward 23G 

Cornet, Henry A 236 

Cornwall, Frederick R 26 

Coyle, James F 201 

Cox, Charles A 228 

Craig, Rev. Robt. E. Lee 1 

Cram, Geo. T 105 

Cramer, Gustav IS4 

Crandall, George Clinton 132 

Crane, Charles 1 106 

Crane, Charles S 79 

Crawford, Dugald 205 

Crawford, George L 63 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



INDEX 



Paire. 

Crawford, Hugh A 191 

Cninden, Frederick M 34 

Cummings, John K 46 

Cunningham, P. J 74 

Curd, Charles P 35 

Curtis, Henry H 247 

Dalton, Henry C 138 

Dann, Albert E 189 

Davis, Albert C 33 

Davis. C. R. H 121 

Davis, Horatio N 247 

Davis, Robert S 274 

Davis. William W 186 

Daughaday. Hamilton 235 

Day. Asa VV 214 

Day, Robert C 214 

Day, William G 102 

Dean, Charles L 163 

Delafield, Wallace 110 

Denton, Ansel B 102 

Denvir, John B 171 

Desnoyers, Jerome B 210 

Devoy. Edward 255 

Diamant. Henry A 73 

Dibble, Horace P 267 

Dixon, Charles H 128 

Dodd, Samuel M 41 

Dodson. John W 233 

Doellner, Albert H 162 

Doerr, Peter J 54 

Donaldson, Wm. Rhind 16 

Dormitzer, Joseph 113 

Dorsett. Walter B 122 

Douglass, Alexander 87 

Dozier, Lewis D 232 

Drew, Austin T 83 

Drew, Francis A 185 

Druhe, William 37 

Drummond, Harrison 1 43 

Drummond. James T 43 

Drummond, John N 43 

Drummond, John N., Jr 43 

Dudley, Clifton R 128 

Dudley, S. Stockwell 89 

Duffy, Joseph A 118 

Dula, Robert B 154 

Dunham, John S 234 

Dunham, William G 234 

Dunn, Thomas 268 

Dyer, David Patterson 15 

Dyer, Ezra H 225 

Fames, William S 158 

Edgar, Selwyn C *. . . 192 

Edwards. George L 60 

Eggers, Theo. C 10 

Ehlermann, Charles 150 

Ehrhardt, Julius G 137 



Pa^e. 

Einstein, Alfred C 175 

Eiseman, Benjamin 197 

Eiseman, David 197 

Elliot. Henry 96 

Elliot, Henry, Jr 96 

Elliot, W. H 96 

Elliott, Howard 76 

Elliott, John C 100 

English, Charles C 198 

Epstein, Meyer J 136 

Erd, Charles 33 

Erker, Adolph P 208 

Evans, Albert D 272 

Evans, Charles 261 

Evans, Daniel 166 

Everett, Richard 101 

Ewing, James F 235 

Eyermann, Gottlieb, Jr 166 

Paris, Charles A 46 

Fauntleroy. Thomas T 22 

Ferguson. David K 50 

Ferriss, PVanklin 9 

Feuerbacher, Frank W 54 

Field, Eugene 89 

Field, Oscar A 266 

Filley. Chauncey 1 203 

Finlay, Andrew M 224 

Fisch, Carl 134 

Fish, Albert G 163 

Fisher, Daniel D 8 

Fisher, Samuel B 84 

Fitzgerald, Rev. Jas. N 3 

Fitzgerald, John 86 

Flickinger, Adam 147 

Flitcraft, Penibrook R 9 

Flower. Walter 1 223 

Folk, Joseph W 32 

Fordyce, Samuel W 70 

Forster, C. Marquanl 150 

Forster, Otto K 133 

Foster, Niles H 249 

Fowler, Albert C 28 

Francis, D. R 48 

Fralcy. Moses 1(>8 

Franklin, Joseph 203 

Freund, Leopold 232 

Fristoe, John W 93 

Fry, Frank R 124 

Fuchs, Walter H 141 

Fullerton, Samuel H 253 

Funkhouser, Robert M 125 

Furlong, Thomas 263 

Furth, Jacob 227 

Fusz, Louis 64 

Fusz, Paul A 39 

Gaiennie, Frank '. 55 

Galbreath, George W 51 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



INDSX 



Page. 

Gait, Smith P 31 

Gardiner, Curtis C Ill 

Gardiner, Curtis C, Jr Ill 

Gardner, Frederick D 187 

Garrell, Julius C 57 

Garrells, Gerhard W 53 

Garrells, William L 157 

Garrison, Oliver L 255 

Gast, Paulus 151 

Gaty, Theodore E Ill 

Gaupel, Henry J 181 

Gauss, Charles F 202 

Gaus, Henry, Jr 252 

Gaylord, Samuel A 59 

Gehner, August 52 

Gehner, Henry W 152 

Gehrung, Eugene C 143 

Gereke, Edward G 183 

Gilbert, Matthew J 239 

Gilbert, Wm. J 239 

Givens, Ozro B 20 

Glazer, Adolph 199 

Glaser, Joseph 63 

Glaser, Julius 199 

Glaser, Morris 199 

Glaser, Sigmund 199 

Glasgow, Frank A 125 

Goerger, William 151 

Goerts, August.. 101 

Goldman, Jacob D 71 

Goltra Edward F 191 

Good, James M 234 

Gorse, Edward H 214 

Grant, Alexander D 60 

Grant, Lee W 27 

Graves, Hugh S 256 

Green, Albert B 267 

Green, Charles 117 

Green, Edwin F 243 

Green, James 172 

Green, John 122 

Green, John F 28 

Green, Robert W 98 

Green, William C 143 

Green, William L., Jr 67 

Greene, John 221 

Greer, Edward 140 

Gregg, Norris B 226 

Gregg, William H., Jr 226 

Gregory. Elisha H 123 

Griswold, Joseph L 271 

Grover, H iram J 15 

Groves, Albert B 161 

Gruet, John P 224 

Guerdan, Nicholas 269 

Guhman, John 142 

Guhman, Matthew G 142 

Gunipertz, Samuel W 266 

Gundlach, J. H 119 



Page. 



Haarstick, Henry C 78 * 

Haarstick, William T 78 

Haase, August C. L 228 

Haase, M. E 144 

Hagar, William G 1D3 

Hagerman, James 17 

Haile, Columbus 32 

Hall, Lester M 32 

Halpin, Thomas J 257 

Hamilton, Frank Hastings SG 

Handlan, Alexander H !M 

Hanford, Hopkins J 09 

Hanpeter, Frederick W 248 j 

Harding, Russell 75 

Harris, Fletcher R 115 

Harrison, Edwin 195 

Harrison, John A 20 

Harrison, John M ie»2 * 

Harrison, John W 1S^2 

Harrison, Rev. Leon 4 

Harvey, Thomas B 22 

Hauck, Eugene F 140 

Hauck, Louis 140 

Hawes, Harry B 24 

Hawes, J. Humphreys 241 

Hawley, Thomas S 143 i 

Haydel, Henry L 116 ' 

Hayes, Joseph M 74 

Haynes, E. A. P 101 

Haynes, John I IGO 

Hays, Frank P 61 

Hayward Louis J 194 

Hellman, Louis M 44 

Hemmelmann, Theo., Jr 119 

Hcnneman, Alexander 267 

Hennings, Thomas C 112 

Henderson, William W 10 

Hermann, Henry W 136 

Herrick, William H 103 i 

Hibbard, Geo. E 252 

Hicks, Irl R 238 

Hiemenz, Henry. Jr 118 

Higbee, Edward H 134 

Higdon, John C 26 

Higgins, Charles P 260 

Higginbotham, John H 104 

Hill, Ewing 245 

Hill, Walker 48 

Hilts. Christopher E 213 

Hirschberg, Francis D 106 i 

Hitchcock, Henry 11 

Hoblitzelle, George K 192 

Hodgdon, Samuel D 10 

Hoffman, Harry S 248 

Hoffmann, R. A Ill 

Hofmann, Ernst G 68 

Holliday, William D 83 

Holman, John B 183 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISAXS IX VM)*K 



Holman. Minard I 

Holmes. Daniel S 

HoltcaiTip, Charles \V 

Holton, Edward K 

Homer, William Bradford. 

Hopkins, Rev. Isaac S 

Hopkins, Thomas A 

Horner, George B 

Hospes, Richard 

Hough. Warwick 

Houser. Daniel M 

Howard. Clarence H 

Howard, Laclede J 

Howe, Alphonso 

Howe, J. C 

Hubbard, Robert M 

Hudson, William A 

Hughes, Charles Hamilton. 

Humphrey, Charles 

Humphrey, Henry H 

Hunkins, Franklin P 

Huppcrt. William E 

Husc, William L 

Hutchinson, Robert R 

Huttig, Charles H 

Hypes, Benjamin M 



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Idler. Louis 230 

Ingalls, Fred H 24J) 

Ittner. William B 160 

Ives, Halsey C 34-. 



Jackson, George P. B 18 

Jacobson, Jacob H7 

Jamison, Dorsey A 30 

Jennings, Curtis M 253 

Jinkins, Benjamin C 13J) 

Jennings. J. E ,03 

Johann, Frederick A 08 

Johansen. Johann 210 

Johansen, Mikkel 210 

Johnson, Charles P 14 

Johnson, John B 123 

Johnson, John D 14 

Johnson, Stephen 223 

Johnson, Sydney C 87 

Johnston, Rev. John T. M 4 

Johnston, Rev. Rufus P 

Jones, Breckinridge 50 

Jones, George P 223 

Jones, Paul 117 

Jones, R. McKittrick 11)0 

Jones. Wm. Cuthbert 10 

Jourdan, Morton 27 

Judd, John F 180 

Judd, Sylvester 102 

Judson, Frederick N 14 



Kainie. David F 

Kain, Most Rev. John J. 
Kalbfell. Theodore ])... 
Kastor, Herman W. . . . 
Kavanaugh, William K. 
Kehlor, James B. M.... 
Kehrmann, Statins. Jr... 
Kellermann. Conrad . . . 

Kendrick. Justin S 

Kennard, Samuel M . . . . 
Kennedy, Samuel (i. . . . 

Kennett, William P 

Kenney. James E 

Kent, Hervey V 

Kerens. Richard C 

Kern. Robt. H 

Kilpatrick. Claude 

Kimball, T. D 

Kinealy, Michael 

King. Harry B 

Kingsland. I.awrcnce D. 

Kinsella. William J 

Kirby, Daniel N 

Kircher, Charles E 

Klein, Jacob 

Kleinecke, Adolph 

Kling, Peter M 

Knapp. Homer P 

Knight. George H 

Knight, Harry F 

Knight. Milton 

Kobusch, (ieorge J 

Koenig. C. William . . . 

Koenig. William 

Kohn, W^illiam M 

Koken, Ernest E 

Kotany, Max 

Kreismann, Fred H 

Kriegcr, Joseph A 

Krum. Chester H 

Kupferle, Louis 



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La Beaume, ICdnuind W ^'0 

La Beaume. I-ouis T -70 

Lackland, ChafTraix K 232 

Lackland, Ruius J 40 

Laidley, Leonidas H liO 

Laird. John A 157 

Lake, Frederick C -'ol 

Lampert, Jacob 15.^ 

Lang, Bert H 07 

Langan. William J 135 

Langdale. William H 258 

Langhorne. Ednnind (» 177 

La Prellc. James L m) 

Larew, John T 127 

Larkin, E. Hillcs 218 

Laufketter, Frederick C 180 

Laughlin, Henry I) 10 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



INDKX 



Page. 

Laurie, Jos. S 18 

Lawrence, Frank 217 

Lawrence, Joseph J 133 

Lebrecht, John C 135 

Lederer, Samuel M 165 

Lee, Rev. James W 3 

Lee, William H 152 

Leighton, George E 39 

Leiweke, Anton 164 

Lemen, Josephus R 121 

Lemoine, Edwin S 129 

Lemp, William J 149 

Lemp, William J., Jr 149 

Lesser, Julius 71 

Levis, Leo 200 

Lewis, Bransford 127 

Lewis, Edward G 239 

Lewis, Henry C 271 

Lincoln, James C 82 

Lincoln, William S R4 

Link, John J 142 

Linneman, Henry J 272 

Linscnmann, Charles 251 

Lippman, Gustav 138 

Lloyd, Henry 131 

Loeb, Hanau W 130 

Logcman. Charles A 247 

Longan, Edward Everett 23 

Louderman, John H 45 

Love, L N 133 

Love, John E 116 

Love, Junius N 153 

Low, Frank 163 

Lowcnstein, M. J 37 

Ludington, Francis H 74 

Lucdcking, Robert 130 

Luedinghaus, Arthur E 273 

Luedinghaus, Henry 273 

Luedinghaus, Henry, Jr 273 

Lusk, Isaac P 93 

Lutz, Frank J 126 

Luvties. F, August 217 

Lyon, Hartwell N 139 

Lyon, M ontague 25 

Lyons, John C 260 

Maffitt, Charles C 40 

Maftitt, P. Chouteau 40 

Mall'itt, William C 40 

Maguire, Charles J 18G 

Maguire, James H 116 

Maguire, Louis T 186 

Mallinckrodt, Edward 218 

Manchester. John S 98 

Manewal, August 232 

Manley, John D 179 

Marbcs. Charles 251 

Marshall, Edward S 92 

Marshall, Finis E 51 



Page. 

Marshall, George S 02 

Marx, Henry 73 

Mason, Isaac M 259 

Mason, Thomas 104 

Maull, Charles, Jr 265 

May field, W. Henderson 137 

Mayo, William H 270 

Maxwell, Harold 182 

Medart, Philip 178 

Medart, William 178 

Meier, Ernst F. W 185 

Meier, Frederick C 260 

Meier, Henry 53 

Meisenbach, A. li 136 

Mellier, K. Duncan 218 

Mellon, Peter H 248 

Menne, Aloys 249 

Mersman, O. L 119 

Metcalfe, Thomas 177 

Meyer, Christian F. G 216 

Meyer, Gustav J 216 

Meyer, John F i>i 

Meyer, Otto Paul 217 

Meyer, Theodore F 216 

Mevsenburg, Theodore A 191 

Michael, Elias 198 

Milius, George W 210 

Mmk, Arthur E 141 

Mitchell, George C 103 

Moffitt, Charles S 66 

Moffitt, Nathaniel L e>6 

Moll, Paul 236 

Moore, Homer 266 

Moore, John W 148 

Moore, Robert 155 

More, Edward A 95 

Morley, William J 221 

Morris, William C 172 

Moser, Leo 272 

Mudd, Harvey Gilmer 129 

Mullgardt, Louis 153 

Murphy, Charles 1 182 

Murphy, Patrick C 182 

McCall, Louis M 171 

McCandless, William A 136 

McCarty, Charles C 88 

McChesncy, William S., Jr 77 

McClcllan. Thomas G 90 

McCreery, Wayman C 47 

McFarland, L. B 166 

McGehee, James S 67 

McHenry, Estill 44 

McKcighan, John E 12 

McKittrick, Hugh 198 

McKittrick, Rev. Wm. J 5 

McLaran, Robert 1 24 

McLean, Thomas M 171 

McLure, Charles D 39 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



INDEX 



Page. 

McMath, Robert E 2o9 

McMillan, Cliff H 58 

McMillan, William 94 

McNair, John G 115 

McNeil, Gordon C 165 

McPheeters, Thomas S 45 

McQuillin, Eugene * 29 

Nagel, Charles 19 

Nagel, Frank A 25C 

Nelson, Benjamin F 270 

Nelson, Edwin N 145 

Nelson, Lewis C 39 

"^ Nelson, Nelson 109 

Neville, Eugene J 135 

Nevison, Henry 104 

Newcomb, George A 250 

Niccolls, Rev. Sam'l J 5 

Nichols, Howard E 239 

Nichols, Robert M 22 

Nicolaus, Henry 150 

Niemann, Gus 55 

Nietert, Herman L 131 

Noble, John W 11 

Noel, Henry M. 62 

Noel, Phil. H 90 

^ Nolker, William F 149 

Nolte, William C 262 

Norvell, Saunders 189 

Nugent, Charles W 204 

Nugent, Daniel C 204 

Nute, John W 97 

O'Brien, John 179 

O'Brien, William H 26 

Ockerson, John A 156 

O'Leary, Frederick L 87 

Oliver, Garrett H 250 

Orr, Edward S 77 

"^ Orr, Isaac H 21 

O'Reilly, Michael B 21 

O'Reilly, Rev. P. F 2 

O'Reilly, Thomas 124 

Orthwein, Wm. D 65 

Orthwein, Wm. J 65 

Ottofy, L. Frank 23 

Overall, John H 20 

Overstolz, Herman 92 

Paddock, Gaius 190 

Papin, Harry E 219 

Papin, Theophile 47 

Paramore. F. W 121 

Parker, Charles A 81 

Parker, Clarence F 88 

Parker, George W 50 

Parker, Lemon 173 

Parker, Luman F 17 

Parks, James J 273 



Page. 

Parrish, Dinks L 206 

Parrish, Jno. G 144 

Parsons, Charles 49 

Patchell, William J 162 

Peck, Ellsworth A S-'j 

Peck, Stephen 117 

Peckham, Osgood H 231 

Penny, Alexander 2^)5 

Perry, S Mu't 

Peters, Frederick W 212 

Peters, Henry W 212 

Peugnet. Ernest 110 

Phelan, Sidney M 113 

Phillips, Richard H 157 

Phillips, Hiram 157 

Pickel. John N 261 

Pickel, Peter A 165 

Pierce, Alexander B 169 

Pierce, H. Clay 224 

Pierce, Lawrence B 114 

Pike, Sherman B 183 

Pilcher, John E l«y 

Pingree, Samuel S 72 

Pocock, John H 181 

Pollmann, Ludwig P 140 

Pollock, George J 87 

Porter, John C 195 

Porter, William 130 

Post, Lewis W 173 

Potter, Henry S 44 

Potter, William B 155 

Powell, Charles Hunt 132 

Powell, German G 207 

Power, Rev. (ierard 1) 2 

Prange, Frederick W 50 

Prall, W. Mortimer 81 

Pratt, Charles M ^ 

Prcetorius, Edward 1 30 

Preetorius, Emil ' 36 

Price, Sim T 16 

Priest, Henry S H 

Prince, L. L 72 

Prosscr. A. J 147 

Pryor, Edward B 88 

Purdy, George W 220 

Rainwater, Charles C 253 

Ramlosc, Christian K 213 

Ramsey, Joseph, Jr 76 

Rawlings, Edward W 61 

Reardon, James A 222 

Redemeyer, William H 69 

Reder, Francis 135 

Rehbein, Charles 254 

Rehbein, Henry 254 

Reid, Thomas J 213 

Reid, W. A 112 

Reifsnider, Calvin K 238 

Remmers, Emile G 262 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN IJIOO. 



INDKX 



Page. 

Remniers, Frederick J 1<>4 

Reyburn, Valle 13 

Rhodes, Rev. Mosheim 6 

Rice, Jonathan 107 

Richey, Frank E 32 

Richter, Edward 142 

Riddle, Frank C 187 

Riddle, George T 254 

Ricscnberg. Harry 254 

Rinaman, R. L 112 

Ring, John G9 

Roach, James Fredrick 144 

Robbins, Alexander 222 

Robbins^ Alex. Henry 222 

Robbins, Edward C 176 

Robbins, Nelson C, Jr 222 

Robertson, William M 130 

Robinson, Daniel B 75 

Robinson, Paul G 123 

Roblee, Joseph H 211 

Robyn, Ernst 229 

Rollins, James M 20 

Rosebrough, James W 187 

Rosenthal, Isaac B 201 

Ross, Alexander 183 

Roth, Adam 227 

Rothschild, Albert 202 

Rothschild, Julius 202 

Rowell, Clinton 13 

Rumbold, Thomas F 145 

Rumsey, Edwin 215 

Rumscy, Lewis M 160 

Rumsey, William C 170 

Runge, Edward C 131 

Russell, Charles S 173 

Russell, Frank D 83 

Rutter, William A 162 

Sale, Moses N 31 

Sale, Rev. Samuel 4 

Salvcter, Charles C 207 

Sampson, Clark 11 201 

Sander, Enno 235 

Sanders, Lon -"i^ 1 

Saunders, Edward W 120 

Saunders, Virginius 235 

Sawyer, Isaac H 211 

Schlange, John J 248 

Schlossstcin, Louis 44 

Schmalz, Leopold 106 

Schotten, Julius J 220 

Schottmueller, Lucas 260 

Schroers, John 36 

Schwab, Isaac 2<»8 

Schwarz. Henry 128 

Schweppe, William E 227 

Scott, ilcnry C 255 

Scott, Oreon E 120 

Scott, Samuel S 120 



Page. 

Scott. Stewart 244 

Scott, William F 176 

Scott, William S 256 

Scruggs, Richard M 203 

Scudder, Charles 259 

Scullin, John 3S 

Seidel, Julius 251 

Senscney, Edgar Moore 128 

Scnter, William M 71 

Seward, Frank D 231 

Sexton. Charles B 90 

Shallcross, Wyatt 244 

Shapleigh, Alfred 1 188 

Shapleigh, Augustus F 188 

Shapleigh, Frank 188 

Shapleigh. Richard W 188 

Sharp, Chris 70 

Shattinger, Adam 266 

Shedd, Orton C 257 

Shelton, Theodore 202 

Sherwood, Adiel 20 

Shivcs, George A 37 

Shoenberg, M 204 

Short, Rev. Wm 1 

Shultz, John A. J 215 

Sikemeier, Henry 170 

Simmons, Samuel 47 

Simpson, William S 162 

Sinclair, Clarence A 2f^l 

Skrainka, Philip 127 

Skinner, Charles M 242 

Smith, Edward A 54 

Smith, Elsworth, Jr 139 

Smith, Ford 24 

Smith. James E 189 

Sneed, Rev. Frank W o 

Snow, Lewis E 110 

Snyder, Bryan 79 

Soldan, F. Louis 35 

Somerville. Jason, C 184 

Southwick. George E 211 

Spencer. Corwin H 38 

Spencer, Eugene J 161 

Spencer, H. N 124 

Spencer, Seldcn P 9 

Spiegel halter, Joseph 134 

Stamni, Edward J Itwj 

Stanard. Edwin O (Vt 

Sianard. William K 04 

Stanley. Henry 176 

StarkloflF. Hugo Max V 129 

Starklofif. Max C 131 

Steele, William H 252 

Steer. F. Albert 2o7 

Steigers, William C 37 

Stevens. Charles N 91 

Stewart, Alphonso C 13 

Stewart. Seymour 207 

Slickney, Amos 264 



NOTABLK ST. LOUISANS IN VMM). 



Pa fire. 

Stickncy, William A l.W 

Stifcl, Charles G 40 

Stifel, Philip F lo7 

Stiih, Wilmer C 82 

Stix, Charles A 2U.j 

Stix. William 11)7 

Stocke, Jacob 268 

Stoddard, Thomas A 54 

Stoflfel, Remy J 120 

StofFregen, Charles 230 

Stoffregcn, Herman 1(>3 

Stone, Wm. J 11 

Stover, William D HU 

Strauss, Benjamin J 2Ul 

Strauss, Julius C 184 

Strauss, Louis 250 

Strong, Henry R 238 

Studniczka, Henry 155 

Sudholt, F. A 212 

Sutter, Otto 141 

Swarts, Charles L 20!) 

Swasey. Wm. Albert 151) 

Sweeney, Michael 85 

Swinglcy, Charles E 261 

Tamm, Max 257 

Tansey, George J 78 

Tatum, Henry C 270 

Taussig, Benjamin J J)3 

Taussig, George W 15 

Taussig, Hubert P 15<) 

Taussig, James 15 

Taussig, William 57 

Taylor, Isaac S 158 

Taylor, John W 84 

Taylor, Joseph C 72 

Taylor, Norvell W S3 

Taylor, Seneca N 13 

Tcbbetls. Lewis B UW 

Temple, Joseph {>\) 

Thacher. Arthur 1})5 

Thai, Robert 233 

Thalmann, Bernard 210 

Thayer, Amos M 7 

Theegarten, Paul 107 

Thompson, Chas. A i)7 

Thompson, Nathan D 237 

Thompson, Thomas V 171) 

Thompson, William H 48 

Thomson, Andrew P VXi 

Thomson. Sydney H 22U 

Thomson, William H 4!) 

Thornburgh, William H 225 

Timmerman, Gerhard H 1J>3 

Timmerman, John H l!)3 

Townsend, Henry C 79 

Traunmiller, Joseph 151 

Trcbus. Albert C 109 

Triplett, Jno. R 11)8 



Tuholske. Herman 123 

Tupper, Paul Y 125 

Turner. Charles H 114 

Turner, James J 77 

Turner, Wilson, P. H 114 

Tuttle. Rt. Rev. Daniel S 1 

Tuttle, George M l!i5 

Udell. Clinton E 228 

Upshaw, Richard W 72 

Urbauer, Hugo 1(57 

Vallc. Jules F 145 

Van Blarcom, J. C 48 

Van Cleave. James W 174 

Vander Sanden, Very Rev. Henry... 2 

Vaughan. John W 145 

Vieths, Oscar H 121 

Vogel. Charles F 118 

Vogelsang, Henry GO 

Wade. Festus J 58 

Wagoner, Harry E 214 

Wagoner, Jewett 238 

Wahl, John 52 

Walbridge. Cyrus P 219 

Walker, David D 190 

Walker, William S.. Jr 257 

Wall, Charles W 210 

Wall, Louis, J. W 242 

Wall, Otto A 219 

Wallace, Mahlon B 1!>0 

Walsh, C. K. Dickson 05 

Walsh, Edward. Jr 185 

Walsh, Julius S 50 

Walsh, Robert W 159 

Walter, Augustus J 230 

Ware, Chas. E..... 242 

Warner, Charles (i 75 

Warner, George K 8») 

Wasserman, Bennett 02 

Waterhouse, Sylvester 35 

Waterworth, James A 110 

Watts. Millard F 12 

Way, James W f^\ 

Way, John I lOl 

Weaver. Henry 271 

Webb, Albert 109 

Webb. Alfred ISO 

Webb, James 154 

Weber, Augiiste 101 

Weeks. Addison 240 

Weluniller. Frederick 175 

Welles, Edgar T 255 

Wellman, Henry H 91 

Wells, Rolla 191 

W^ells, W' illiam B 55 

Wempner. Charles M 250 

Wenger, Emil 177 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



INDEX 



Page. 

Wenneker, Charles F 231 

Werner, Percy 25 

Wernse, Henry H 59 

Wertheimer, Jacob J 209 

West, Courtney H 219 

West, Samuel H 18 

Westen, Edward 229 

Westrich, Lilburn T 88 

Wetmore, Moses C 153 

Wetzel, Nat 68 

Wheelhouse, Sidney H 98 

Whipple, Alphonso 244 

Whitaker, Edwards 59 

White. Edward W 91 

Whitelaw, Oscar L 225 

Whitelaw, Robert H 225 

Whitman, Charles E 168 

Whitman, Henry L 168 

Whyte, Jdseph P 117 

Wickham, Edmund F 178 

Widen, Joseph B 246 

Widmann, Frederick 159 

Wiener, Meyer 144 

Wiest, Adam 73 

Wilkes. B. A 137 

Will, Gustav A 258 

Willard, William G 174 

Willbrandt, Emil 148 

Williams, Edmund A 80 

Williams, Phillips P 70 

Willis, Gordon 164 

Wilson, George W 58 

Wilson, Robert E 133 

Wind, Frederick A 27 

Wirthlin, Robert L 258 

Witherspoon, Thomas C 69 " 



Page. 

Withrow, Jas. E 8 

Woerheide, Arthur A. B 67 

Wolfe, D. R 194 

Wolff, Paul E 206 

Wolfner, Henry L 134 

Woltering, William 180 

Wood, Francis C 240 

Wood, F. H 120 

Wood, Henry 53 

Wood, Horatio D 9 

Woodward, Calvin M 35 

Woodward, Walter B 241 

Woodward, William H 241 

Woolley, Edgar M 102 

Wooster, Reuben L 69 

Wright, Frank L 171 

Wright, George M 203 

Wright, Joseph A 33 

Wright, Thomas 56 

Wuerpel, Frederick E 176 

Wulze, William H 68 

Wunderlich, Charles, Jr 258 

Wyman, Chas. H 184 

Yeatman, James E 45 

Yoakum. Benjamin F 75 

York, Frank B 268 

Young, Paul, Jr 151 

Young, Thomas C 158 

Zachritz, Wm 10 

Zelnicker, Walter A ', 97 

Zicgenhein, Henry 259 

Zukoski, William A 200 

Zumbalen, Joseph H 33 



X( »r\iiLh 




kuiin ki \'. I) wii I. s re in K. 



/ 




m 




KI \ .11 >-I. K I'.kl WW. 

«»r. MNMKs Ml 'i.k;\. I » IMS( "I'M. ) l 1 1 I ' ki 




RKV. WIIJJAM SHOkT, 
sr. iFrm's (lim*«Ci)I'Al) cihk«ii. 



ki.\' k< nil kr K. LKi. ( kAic. 

CIIURCIi or IIIL IlKl.Y rMMMINION (iPISCOPAL). 



1 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1000. 




RICUIT RKV. DANIKL S. TUTTLE, RKV. JKSSK K. BRKNNAN, 

BISHOP EPISCOPAL CHURCH, DIOCESE OF MISSOUII. ST. MARKS MEMORIAL (EPISCOPAL) CHURCH. 




REV. WILLIAM SHORT, 

ST. PETEK's (episcopal) CHURCH. 



RKV. RonKKT K. LKK CRAH;. 

CHURCH OF THE HOLY COMMUNION (EPISCOPAL). 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




MOST REV. JOHN J. KAIN, 

ARCHBISHOP OF ST. LOUIS (CATHOLIc). 



VERY REV. HENRY VANDER SANDEX, 

VICAR-GEN. AND CHANCELLOR (CATIIOLIC). 




REV. P. F. O'REILLY, 

ST. LOUIS CATHEDRAL CHAPEL. 



REV. GERARD D. POWER, 

CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION. 



\<)TAHl.K ST IJ»ris\NS i\ i:m,o 





I<K\ . JAM IS .N 1 I'IZ(;KKALI), LL 1). 



ki \ . Mn 11 M I. I'.i u\ir \M. 





rp:\'. jamks \v. lkk. d. d. 

PRESIOING EIDER, M. E. CMIRCH SttUTJI. 
EDITOR AMERICAN ILLUSTRATED MKIHODIST MA(. A/INK. 



KK\'. IS \A( S. HOPKINS, 
•ir. John's m. f cinRrii s«)i:rii. 



XoTAIUJ-: ST. LOriSANS IN 1!hm». 







N'ERY REV. IIKXRY VANUKR SANDKN. 
vicar-(;es. anh c ti ^ \<~ki ior (catholic). 




RKV. (iERARD 1). POWER. 

CHL'KCH OF IHE IMMACILATE CONCLPTION. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS I\ 1!>00. 



I 




REV. JAMES N. FITZGERALD, LL. D.. 

RESIDENT BISHOP, METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHITRCII. 



RKV. MK HAKI, lUIRNIIAM. 
PiLCRivf c<)n<;rk<;ati()nal ciitrch. 





REV. JAMES VV. LEE, D. D. 

PRESIDING ELDER, M. E. CHURCH SOUTH, 
EDITOR AMERICAN ILLUSTRATED METHODIST MAGAZINE. 



REV. ISAAC S. HOPKINS, 
ST. John's m. e. church south. 



NOTABLE ST.'LOUISANS IN 1900. 




REV. JOIIX T. M. JOHNSTON, 

DELMAR AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH. 



REV. VVILLARD VV. BOYD, 

SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH. 




REV. SAMUEL SALE, 



SHAARE EMETH. 



REV. LEON HARRISON, 

TEMPLE ISRAEL 



'). ^BLE Ki' Lnri>\\s I\ 1 !»"<». 




klA . -^AMCKI. j \I( ( OLLS. 



klA . W II.I I.WI I \|.KI I I KK K 



HR«iT rkf>HYlfHtAN «IM»ril. 




RKV. FRANK W . SNKKD. 
\vasiiis(;ton and compton a\ s. 

rHKSBVrERIAN tlll'Hl-II. 



ki:\'. AKl 111 MALI) F. ( \kR. 

CENTKAL I'kl SUYI tklAN ClirKCII. 



'I".\B!.K ST. LUIISAXS IN" V-^'»'.. 







Ki;\. WILLAKl) \V. r.OVD. 



Sh(0\l) IIAI'IISI CHCRCH. 




KK\ . I.i:().\ IIARUISOX, 

1 K\iri F ISKAl I. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




RKV. SAMl'KL J. NRCOLLS, 

SECOND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 



RKV. WILLIAM J. McKITTRICK. 

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 




RKV. FRANK \V. S.N'KKI), 

WASHINGTON AND COMPTUN AVS. 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 



RKV. ARCH I BALI) F. CARR, 

CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





REV. EDMOND A. CASEY, 

ST, JAMES (catholic) CHURCH. 



REV. MOSHEIM RHODES, 

ST. mark's ENGLISH 
EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH. 





REV. RUFUS p. JOHNSTON, 

THIRD BAPTIST CHURCH, 



REV. JOHN F. CANNON, 

GRAND AVE. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 



N (.)']• \H LI". ST I.oriSWS IN l""'' 




KLMKR H. ADAMS. 

LIH;E. U.NI7FI) STAI>>» KITRIcr rdlKF 




CIIARLKS C. HLAM). 

PRESIDING JUDC.F, ST. Lol'IS 0>lRT OF ArPFAfS. 



w iij 1AM 11. Hi(;(;s. 

.H Ki.K, ST. l.oriS foT-Rf Ot APPIAI.S. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




HENRY VV. BOND, 

JUDGE, ST. LOUIS COURT OF APPEALS. 



DANIEL D. FISHER, 

JUDGE, CIRCUIT COURT OF ST. LOUI 




JAMES E. WITH ROW, 

JUDGE, CIRCUIT COURT OF ST. LOUIS. 



JACOB KLEIN, 

JUDGE. CIRCUIT COURT, ST. LOUIS. 



N'OTNHLKST \fu inx:,s IN !"■. 




iioR\ri(» I). \v<>oi». 

jvrt*,r. iivfiiT rotm of m loii 




PEMHROOK R. MJT( RAIT. 
.ii.iw^E. ciK(rn COURT o^ st. loiis. 



»K\NKIJ\ l-KRRISS. 

JUiX.K, CIHCnn tOT'KF OF NT. I.Ol'IS. 



! • ) 'I SANS IN n^oo 




HENRY W. BOND, 

M !.«.F.. ST. LOUIS COl RT OF APPE.M •■ 



I) \^ 'I 1. I>. KISIIKK, 
jriMiF. <1 • M . OURT OF ST. l.OVIS. 




J\((>i{ KLKIX. 

Jl'DCK. (IR(lir COlkT, ST. 1' 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN IJKK). 




HORATIO D. WOOD. 

JCDGZ. CIRCUIT COURT OF ST. LOUIS. 



SKLDKN p. SI'KXCER. 

JUDGE, CIRCUIT COURT OF ST. LOUIS. 




PEM BROOK R. rLITCRAKT, 

JUDGE, CIRCUIT COURT OF ST. LOUIS. 



I'RAXKLIN 1-KRRISS. 

JUDGE. CIRCUIT COURT OF ST. LOUIS. 



10 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




WILLIAM ZACHRITZ, 

JUDGE, CIRCUIT COURT OF ST. LOUIS. 



WILLIAM W. HENDERSON, 

JUDGE. PROBATE COURT. 




SAMUEL D. HODGDOX, 

ASSISTANT CIRCUIT ATTORNEY. 



TIIEO. C. ECGERS, 

CIRCUIT ATTORNEY. 



NOTABLF Sr M *\'\< \S- IN ^i*' 




TDlIN \\ NOIM.K. 

..^\^.»B SKIIHAR> x.F Tilt IMIHK'K I>^My 




X 



/ 




^^t 




HKNRY >. I'KIKSr. 

BOYLE. PRIESI A IFUMAN, LAWYERS, 
EX-JUUGK UNITED STAlFS DISTRICT COLRT. 



\VM J. SIOXK. 
IA\\\FR, EX (.OVFHNOR OK MISS^tTRI. 



. I 



) I \i:i !•: ^"1' I.t.K 1> \XS IX lt^'>(». 




• ' \ M Z\( HRIIV 
K' < 1 r * •»!. kr t'h .^. i 



WirLTAM \V. lIKXhKRSON, 

irix.K, I'W.UMK COl'RT. 




rillJl. c. I.C.C.KKS. 

C IR< I IT Al roRNKY. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IK 1900. 



11 




JOHN W. NOBLE, 

LAWYER. SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR, 1888 92. 



HKNRY HITniCOrK, 

LAWYER. DIRtHTOK MISSISSIPPI VALLEY TRI'ST CO. 




HEXRY S. PRIEST. 

BOYLE, PRIEST ft LEHMAN, LAWYERS, 
EX-JUDGE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT. 



VVM. J. STONE, 

LAWYER, EX-GOVERNOR OP .MISSOURI. 



12 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




JOHN E. McKEIGIIAX, 

MCKEIGHAN, BARCLAY & WATTS, LAWYERS. 



SHEPARD BARCLAY, 

LAWYER, JUDGE CIRCUIT COURT, ST. LOUIS. 1883-88. 
JUDGE SUPREME COURT, MISSOURI, 1 88^-98. 





WARWICK HOUGH. 

LAWYER, 
JUDGE MISSOURI SUPREME COURT, 1874-84. 



MILLARD F. WATTS, 

MCKEIGHAX. BARCLAY k WATTS, LAWYERS, 
GENERAL COUNSEL, TERMINAL R. R. ASSOCIATION. 



CUXtUN Muss ELL. 







ALrilUXSO L\ iiTEVVART. 



J 



:\ )! \iu.i- sr LO['i>\xs in i 




-.1. Kl- ir.IlAN. 

itv, I AY & WATTS. LA\NVIK> 



-Mhl'AUl) HARCLAV, 
'^.^ ciRcriT COURT, st. louis. i 

•I IKKME roLRT, MISSOURI. iSSi) 



'^.m^l^- 





NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



13 




CLINTON ROWKLL. 

ATTOENEY AND COUNSELUR-ATLAW. 



VALLK RKYm'RN, 

LAWYKH. 
COUNSKL, MERCANTILE TRl'ST CO. 




SENECA N. TAYLOR. 

TAYLOR, ERD A TAYLOR. LAWYERS. 



ALIMIONSO C. STEWART, 

STEWART, CUNNINGHAM ft ELLIOT, LAWYERS, 
COUNSEL ST. LOUIS TRUST CO. 



14 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




CHAS. P. JOHNSON, 

ATTORNEYAT-LAW, LECTURER ON CRIMINAL LAW AT 
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY. 



FREDERICK N. JUDSOX, 

LAWYER. 




JOHN D. JOHNSON, 

LAWYER, 
COUNSEL WATERS-PIERCE OIL CO. 



CHESTER H. KRUM, 

LAWYER. 



N(»T\HLK SI. LoL'l^^VNS IN K««»'> 




[IK \M J C.ROX KK. 

I *\N YFK 






JAMES TAI.'SSKI 

LAWYFR. 



DAN'II) I'A'iri.RSON DVI-.U. 

LAWV KR, 
EXMFMBhR OF C(»N*;RInS. 



1 1 




I ;;m»i Kit K N. jrusoN, 

I.ANK \ t'K. 




ClIKSirR jr. KRUM, 

LAWVKR. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



15 





HIRAM J. GROVKR. 

LAWYER. 
CRUVKR ft GRUVER. 



(iKo. vv. taussk;, 

ATT<»HNKY AND Cor NSEI.OR-ATLAW. 





JAMES TAUSSIG. 



DAVID PATTERSON DYER, 

LAWYER, 
EX-MEMBER OF CONGRESS. 



16 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




WILLIAM CUTIIBERT JONES, 

W. C. k J. C. JONES. LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE 
ATTORNEYS AND GENERAL PRACTICE. 



HENRY D. LAUGHLTN, 

LAWYER, 
JUDGE CRIXIINAL COURT OF ST. LOUIS, 1878-82. 




WILLIAM RIIIND DONALDSON, 

ATTORN EY-AT-LAW. 



SIM T. PRICE. 
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR-AT-LAW. 



NMTAI'.I.K ST i.orisws l\ r.«"^' 




LTM.W r. PAKkl K 



lAMlS n.\(.l- KM \\. 



l.AVS \ I-k, (,» S f K Al ^ I I( I I Ik 
*.T LdlS A SAS KRSS(IS(<> R. B. 



|■K^S. SI. mils »AK AS> MI M l.'N ; 

|.^Si V'lKM'k, MiN^)iki, K\Ns\xa h.\s>k k 





i!i vk^ !>. LAI'CUILIX. 



1 > •. ^ KK. 

<)i kr OK ST, LOUIS, 187S 82 




SIM T. I'RlCi:, 

<>KN*-V AND Counselor- \T-LA\V, 



NOTABLE ST. LOU I SANS h\ 1900. 



17 




ALKX. (;. (OCIIRAN, 

LAWYER. GENERAL SOLICITOR MlSSOlRI PACIFK R. R. 



WKLLS H. HLODCI/n, 

lAWVF.R, C.KNF.RAL SOLICITOR WABASH 




LUMAN F. PARKKR, 

LAWYER, GENERAL S,)LiriT()R 
LOUIS A SAN FRANCISCO R. R. 



JAMKS IIAr.KRMAN, 



PRES. ST. H>UIS BAR ASS;>CI ATION ; 
GKNL S >LICIT()R, MISSorRI. KANSAS A TEXAS R. 



18 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




GEO. P. B. JACKSON, 

GENERAL ATTORNEY FOR MISSOURI, 
MISSOURI. KANSAS ft TEXAS R. R. CO. 



JOHN H. CARROLL, 

LAWYER, 
GENERAL ATTORNEY C. B. ft Q. R. R. 





SAMUEL H. WEST, 

LAWYER, GENERAL ATTORNEY 
ST. LOUIS SOUTHWESTERN RY. CO. 



JOSEPH S. LAURIE, 

ATTORNEY AND C<)1' NSEI.OR-AT-LA\V. 



\OT\iU.l- 




< IIARLKS N \(,KL. 

NA(;».I. A KIRBY. lAVWhk.^: 
C\ PRF.MliKM CIIY roi N( 11.. 



i»\ Nil L \ }jKr\, 





I' i AYI.OR IJR\ AN. 

BRNAN A rMkI>>ilF. lASSihKS 



II \R\ KV I.. C MklSI IF, 

HWN ^^ A CIIRIsTtF, IWVYfHS; MMNsH, RIMSl 
M F \ > I.tAlil r, AM> \«". >AVIN<.S A 1<>aS To. 



18 




j^ 




r n. T.M ^--. 



. II. 1.ARKMI J 



- ■ • » . .- .» V * . , 1 



Mr 




1 A \\ \ hP 




XOTABLE ST. LOUISAXS IX 1900. 



19 




CHARLES XAGEL, 

NAGEL * KIRBY, LAWYERS: 
EX-PRESIDENT CITY COUNCIL. 



DANIKL N. KIRBY. 



NA»;KL a KIRBY. I.AWYKRS. 





P. TAYLOR BRYAN, 

BRYAN * CHRISTIE. LAWYERS. 



IIARVKY L. CMRISTH:. 

BRYAN ft CHRISTIK, LAWYERS; COTTNSF.L BUSINESS 
men's league, and mo. SAVINGS A LOAN CO. 



20 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




ADIKL SHKRWOOD, 

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR-ATLAW, 



JOHN A. HARRISOX, 





JOHN II. OVKKAJ.L. 

I AWYKK. 



ROWV. 11. KKRX. 

LAW VER. 



Nn I \l;| > > I I.' »i I- Ws I ^ !•.•<.(. 



Jl 





i^«- 




1^ ^ \< II i niW 



i W \^ \\ H \ I I 



I \ w \ « k 



1 Kt ■ r '.r » ii I k ' 1 




WII.lJ.Wl I{KAl)H)KI) HOMI M. 

Ari'iHMV \M> t..l \sf-(.M ^. I AW 



\ll( II NIL II. UU|-.II.L\-. 

I \U \ KK. IS<KsM<.MMk i>F rlllFS, 
I'lWM [itK h.H Hill NAIHiNM. BANK. 




s«. 



> ■' 





\ llAKKiSMX. 





li kl K'\. 



XOTABLK ST. LOTISAXS IN 1900. 



21 




ISAAC II. OUR. 

LAU VER. 
TUrST OFFUKR ST. UH'Ih TKI'ST Co. 




(HAS. \V. IIATKS. 

LAWVKK. 




WILLIAM HRADFOUI) IIO.MKR, 

ArT4lR.\KV AM) rorNSKI.ctR-AT LAW. 



MK'IIAKL 15. O'RKILLV, 

LAWYKK. IN\ KNTI(;Ar(»R OF TITI.KS. 
DIRKCloR Fol'Rril NATIONAL BANK. 



22 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




ALPHONSO HOWE, 

FAUNTLEROY, HOWE * FAUNTLEROY; 
ATTORNEY CONTINENTAL TOBACCO CO. 



THOMAS T. FAUNTLEROY. 

FAUNTLEROY, HOWE * FAUNTLEROY; 
LAWYERS. 




ROBERT M. NICHOLS, 

LAWYER. 



THOS. B. HARVEY, 

LAWYER, 
EX-JUW.E COURT OF CRIMINAL CORRECTION. 



XOTXni.R ST. IX>l'IS\\S IN 1{»'m. 




^RKI^^RI( K n. h.\(ON, 

Al H>kN K> AT I \W , 
"K FEStFir JKKIKIIL.S AM» I I H. INs»'k\S(F 



I,. IKA sK <»l lol \ . 
I AVS > » V. 




STKRI.TNC. P. BOND, 

ATlOKN tY AT LAW. 



KDWAKl) EVKRKTT LONCAN, 

I AW YFR, 
PATEM AN1> IKADF MARK lOUNsKL. 



., t \ i\*(»\\. 




Ai »*lh).\>(» 11' 



\i NTl.KROY. 






a rAi'NTi FROV; 





II \KVKV. 



.ItN^l. (OHRFlTMN. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



23 




FREDERICK H. BACON, 

ATTORN KY-AT-LAW, 
AUTHOR "benefit SOCIETIES AND LIPE INSITRANCE." 



L. FRANK OTTOFY, 

LAWYEB. 





STERLING P. BOND, 

ATTORN EY-AT-LAW. 



EDWARD EVERETT LONGAN, 

LAWYER, 
PATENT AND TRADEMARK COUNSEL. 



24 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





HARRY B. HAWES. 

LAWYER. PRESIDENT BOARD POLICE COMMISSIONERS, 
PRESIDENT JEFFERSON CLUB. 



FORD SMITH, 

LAWYER. 





AUGUST US L. ABBOTT, 

ABBOTT A EDWARDS, 
ATTORNEYS AND COU NSELORS-ATLAW. 



ROBKRT L. McLARAX, 

LAWYER. ASSISTANT SECRETARY AND ATTORNEY 
FIDELITY A DEPOSIT CO. OF MARYLAND. 



NOfABLR Sr. LOUISA 




.)()!l\ A I'.IJAINS. 

LAW VFR. 
• iKNF.KAl JHACriCF 



MONTACLK \A()\. 

1 VOV ft SWAR I S. 
I.AWYKk.s. 




IIARRV J. CANTWKLL. 



Ai fy Co.; 
I. H. H. C<> 



i.NVV ^ KM. |'KK>t|tENT COMMHIA I KAl) C< i 
rkKSIDENT CAIHF.RINK IKAp CO. 




vii in. 




K'( -ri K I L. M( LAU \\ 



- I t \\ r SKlHl 1 ARV S ' ■• 
I \ A \'\ I'MSl 1 C»». OF ^: M" 



NOTABLK ST. LOU I SANS IN 1900. 



25 




JOHN A. iuj:vi.\s, 

LAWYER. 

(;eneral practice. 



M().\TA(;UK LYON, 

LYON * SWARTS. 
LAWYER.S. 




PERCY WERNER, 



LAWYER. COUNSEL UNION CASUALTY CO.; 
B. A O. S.-W. R. R. : L. E. A .ST. L. R. R. CO. 



HARRY J. CANTVVELL, 

LAWYER, PRESIDENT COLUMBIA LEAD CO., 
PRESIDENT CATHERINE LEAD CO. 



26 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





FREDERICK REID CORNWALL, 

BAKEWELL ft CORNWALL, 
PATENT, TRADE-MARK AND COPYRIGHT LAWYERS. 



WILLIAM n. O'BRIEN, 





OZRO B. GIVEXS, 

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR-AT-LAW. 



JOHN C. HIGDON, 

HIGDON k LONGAN, 
PATENT AND TRADEMARK LAWYERS. 




I I '■ W. ('.KANT, 

• AX vol I « KKN NFUV. 



JOHN H. ( AkK' 

GRANT, rARkOl.l. & Ki 
LAW YhRs. 







26 



NOTARLK ST. I onS.W^ 





IRKDKRK K Kl Ih ( (>R\\\ \I I . 

rt^K ► V\ t 1.1. 4 < «'1< N U M 1 , 
PA I h N 1 . THM'» \1.\kK AND (orSkI(,in LAWYhKs. 




I • , I , ! , 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



27 




LEE \V. GRANT, 

GRANT, CARROLL tt KENNEDY, 
LAWYERS. 



JOHN B. CARROLL. 

GRANT, CARROLL tt KENNEDY, 
LAWYERS. 




FREDERICK A. WLND, 

LAWYER. 



MORTON JOURDAN, 

LAWYER, 
GENERAL PRACTICE. 



28 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




GKORGK H. KNir.HT, 

ATTORN KY-AT-LAW. 



W. PALMKR CI.ARKSON. 

lawyer; attorney fidelity & casualty co., 
and soutiilrn missouri r. r. co. 




Al.IIKKT i\ I'OWLKK. 

^? FOWLKR & Fowl FR, 
I AWYFKS. 



JOHN r. (;rkkn, 

ATT.iKNEV AM) COf \ SKL(»K AT -LAW . 



- I 1/ •( !s W's I\ 1 




It > M. linl I.I \^ 




M.« >1 ll.l.i.N. 



Mh IIAI.L Kl\l \LV. 
1 AW N m. 



NOTABLE ST. l.OUISANS IN 1000. 



29 




JAMKS M. ROLLINS, 



C. ORRICK BISHOP, 



BISHOP & ROLLINS, LAWYERS; BISHOP ft ROLLINS. LAWYERS; 

MEMBER OF STATE SENATE. THIRTY-FOURTir DISTRICT. LECTITRER ON CRIMINAL LAW, ST. LOUIS LAW SCHOOL. 




•U'CKM-: McOL'ILLLN, 

LAWYEK. 



MICH ALL KLNKALV. 

LAWYER. 



30 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





PAUL BAKEVVELL, 

BAKEWELL ft CORNWALL^ 
PATENT, TRADE-MARK AND COPYRIGHT LAWYERS. 



ROBERT E. COLLINS, 

COLLINS. JAMISON * CIIAPPELL, 
ATTORN EYS-AT-LAW. 




DORSEY A. JAMISON. 

COLLINS, JAMISON ft CHAPPELL, 
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. 



E. RUTHERFORD CHAPPELL, 

COLLINS, JAMISON ft CHAPPELL. 
ATTORN KYS-AT-LAW. 



XOTABLK ST. LOVISAXf^ IX J^hm. 





SMirii I'. (,.\\ T. 

I.A\V YtR. 



MOSKS N. S \I I-. 

SAI E A SAI.K, 1 AW ^ KH 





I'Ml.TCAMP. 



30 



XOTAI;!.};- ~ I 




1 • I ij\^. 




NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



31 





SMITH p. ('.ALT, 

LAWYER. 



MOSES N. SALE, 

SALE * SALE, LAWYERS. 





CHARLES VV. nOLTCAMP. 

LAWYER, 
LIEUT.-COLONEL, FIRST INFANTRY, N. C. MO. 



ALBERT BLAIR, 

LAWYER. 



32 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISAKS IN 1000. 




JOSEPH W. FOLK, 

LAWYER, 
CIVIL AND GENERAL PRACTICE. 




lp:ster m. hall, 

ATTORN EY-AT-LAW ; 
REPRESKNTATIVE OF EASTERN CAPITALISTS. 




C. CU.M MINGS COLLINS. 

LAWYER. 



FRANK E. RICHEY, 

ATTORNEY AND COUNSEI.OR-ATLAW. 




^jirf 



"m 






r- Mr.Ai Kx 






w 




!• \ . LAW . 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



33 





JOSEPH A. WRIGHT. 

LAWYER. 
GENERAL PRACTICE. 



CHARLES ERD, 

TAYLOR, ERD A TAYLOR, 
LAWYERS. 





ALBERT C. DAVIS, 

A. C. * n. B. DAVIS, 
LAWYERS. 



JOSEPH II. ZUMBALEX, 

LAWYER. 



34 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





ROBERT S. BROOKINGS, 

PRES. WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY, 
1ST VICE-PRES. CUPPLES WOODEN WARE CO. 



IIALSEY C. IVES, 

DIRECTOR, ST. LOUIS SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS. 
ART DIRECTOR, WORLd's FAIR, 1893. 





FREDERICK M. CRUXDE.V, 

LIBRARIAN, 
ST. LOUIS PUBLIC LIBRARY. 



WINFIELD S. CHAPLIN, 

CHANCELLOR, 
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY. 



NOTVBLK ST. LOUIS \XS I\ 1 








t 1' '! . ' - C. « 1 k|). 




1 R WATKKm. 







vl 









1' ' I ^KV c. ivi:s, 

. Ini IS SCHiXiL OF FINE ARTS. 
'. <'i)R, WoRinS FAIR, 1893. 




^ 
i. 



\S INFIhhl) S I :l • 

C HANv 1 I ' m 



NC^ABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



35 




CALVIN M. WOODWARD, 

DIRECTOR, MANUAL TRAINING SCHOOL, 
PRESIDENT BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



CHARLKS P. CURD, 

PRINCIPAL, 
SMITH ACADEMY. 





SYLVESTER WATERHOUSE, 

PROFESSOR OF GREEK, 
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY. 



F. LOUIS SULDAN, 

SUPERINTENDENT OF INSTRUCTION, 
BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



36 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1000. 




DANIKL M. HOUSKR, 

PRES. GLOBE PRINTING CO., 
PUBLISHERS ST. LOUIS "GLOBE-DEMOCRAT.' 



KMIL PREETORIUS, 

PRES. GER. AMER. PRESS ASS'n, 
PUB. "WESTLICIIE POST" AND "ABEND ANZEIGER.' 




jr)nx sciiROKRS, 

ASSOCIATE Bl'SINESS MANAGER, 
GERMAN-AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION. 



KDWARD L. PRKKTORIUS, 

ASSOCIATE BUSINESS MANAl.ER AND TREASURER, 
GKR MAN-AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION. 



lil.L ^T. \A )l'rS.\XS I \ i!'"«. 




^^e^^ 




(IKOKCK A. MII\ i:S, 

K.Dirok AM> ni.slNK«^S MANA«;fR, 
ST. I.ofis ■( IIKkMcI.E." 




I !'> 



W II.IJAM DRl'llK, 

PKKS. C.fkMAN LIT. S<tr., PI RI.ISiri.RS '"amkrika/ 
I'Hls. PRIIIF HARDWOOD I.IMUFR Co. 



? : I.' "' 




/ 



/ 




/ 



':• I <l .. loKirs, 



.\ t-.iv. rKKS> ASS N. 

-I AMI "AnKNO AN/KM. KK 





\\.\Kn L. ruKKioRi rs. 



I \ I ^s \tAN\(;FR ASI» THKSSl'KKK, 
« IK rA\ rn S> ASS(i< lATloV. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



37 





M. J. LOWENSTEIN, 

BUSINESS MANAGER, 
ST. LOUIS "star." 



GEORGE A. SHIVES, 

EDITOR AND BUSINESS MANAGER, 
ST. LOUIS "CHRONICLE." 





WILLIAM C. STEIGERS, 

BUSINESS MANAGER. 
ST. LOUIS "POST-DISPATCH." 



WILLIAM DRUIIE. 

PRES. GERMAN LIT. SOC, PUBLISHERS "AMERIKA.' 

PRES. druhe hardwood LU.MBER CO. 



38 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




CORWIN H. SPENCER, 

1ST VICEPRES. MERCANTILE TRUST CO., 
DIRECTOR. ST. LOUIS TRANSIT CO. 



SAMUEL M. KENNARD, 

PRES. J. KENNARU ft SONS CARPET CO., 
PRES. KINLOCH TELEPHONE CO. 




JOHN SCULLIN, 

PRESIDENT, ST. L., K. C. ft COLORADO R. R. CO., 
PRES. WIGGINS FERRY CO. 



RICHARD C. KERENS, 

CAPITALIST, 
MEMBER FOR MO., REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE. 



.\. . r , p.( ' ^ . I.I " i 





' r-M(;ii'i<),\, 

' \ TR' si- ret. 




I.KWJS C. XK I.SOX, 
cArn ALisr. 





SAMTKT. M. M.N\ ^ 



PRF.S. I. KLNNARP 4 
F'RKS. KIN LOCH 1' 




NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



39 




GEORGE E. LEIGHTON, 

EX-PRESIDENT, WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY, 
DIRECTOR, UNION TRUST CO. 



CHARLES D. McLURE, 

DIRECTOR, NAT. BANK OF COMMERCE IN ST. L., 
VICE-PRES. MISSISSIPPI VALLEY REALTY CO. 




PAUL A. FUSZ, 

PRES. GRANITE BIMETALLIC CONSOLIDATED MINING CO. 



LEWIS C NELSON, 

CAPITALIST. 



40 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




P. CHOUTEAU MAFFITT, 

CAPITALIST. 



CHARLES C. MAFFITT, 

CAPITALIST (deceased). 




PIERRE CHOUTEAU. 

CHAIRMAN, 
WORLDS FAIR COMMITTEE OF TWO HUNDRED. 



WILLIAM C. MAFFITT, 

CAPITALIST. 



\(> lAIMJ' SI" I ( »IIS \.\> IN I'-.Mf. 



41 




X 



.^- 4^ 




n\^ IKL ( A I LIN. 

I'iKf < K'K. 
-\ \\\ VMIi.VM H\NK 




'. \l!"l.f. M. DODI), 



-I rsoN r^i.Kc.iRic cn 

\ N K OF COM \1 Kk( I.. 



W JLLIA.\! L. lirSL, 



.tl> K r A TRANSI'MBrAI ION C( 




-«» "S--*,-. 




J^ti^ V 




ii \KLi:S C. MAl-riTT, 
I AriTAi.iST (dkc KASl.n"). 




W IMJAM C. MAM IT I. 

i \Vl I AI l»^T 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



41 




DANIKL CATLIN. 

DIRECTOR, 
STATE NATIONAL BANK. 



UANIEL S. IIOLMKS, 

DIRECTOR, 
AMERICAN EXCHANGE BANK. 




SAMUEL M. DODD, 

PRES. MISSOURI-EDISON ELECTRIC CO., 
DIRECTOR, NAT. BANK OF COMMERCE. 



WILLIAM L. HUSE, 

PRESIDENT, 
HUSE A LtK)MIS ICE ft TRANSPORTATION CO. 



42 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




MYRON M. BUCK, 



FOUNDER OF M. M. BUCK MFG. CO., 
DIRECTOR UNION TRUST CO., AND CONT'l NAT. BANK. 



CHARLES CLARK, 

DIRECTOR, 
MISSISSIPPI VALLEY TRUST CO. 





JOHN N. BOFIXCKR, 

CAPITALIST. 



GIDEON W. CIIADBOURNE, 



CAPITALIST. 



NOIABLF ST. 1J M 1> 




I lUl \IMoM). 








.>«P 



II \K>^. ,( .\ 1. i>l<l W M()v 1». 



► M 1 % a, I - ' f - 

•■ V M I I V I h . 




"»Tf\ X. DRUM MOM), 

DIRECIOR, 
• "ii SAllotiM. BANK, 



.lollV N. DUrMMOM). JR.. 
(.Aj-n Ai isi. 



r;:; I- - f. l/jllSW^ iX loou. 




ril.\Kf.i:S CLARK. 

IHKl I r,)K, 
MIsvisMiMM \ AI I KV . Tkl ST C(K 




( 1 \i;i R. 



«;ii>i'»\ \v. ciiADnorHNK, 

( AJ-l 1 Al IM, 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



43 




JAMES T. DRUMMONU, 

PRES. DRUM MONO REALTY ft INVESTMENT CO., 
DIRECTOR, mechanics' BANK. 



HARRISON I. DRUMMOND, 

TREASURER, DRUMMOND REALTY ft INVESTMENT CO., 
DIRECTOR, MISSISSIPPI VALLEY TRUST CO. 




JOHN N. DRUMMOND, 

DIRECTOR, 
THIRD NATIONAL BANK. 



JOHN N. DRUMMOND, JR., 

CAPITALIST. 



44 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




HENRY S. PC)TTI:R. 

PRESIDENT, 
ST. LOUIS STEEL BARGE CO. 



LOUIS SCIILOSSSTEIN, 

DIRECTOR. 
SOUTH SIDE BANK. 




KSTII.L McHE.XRY. 

CAPITALIST. 



LOUIS M. HKLLM.W, 

CAPITALIST. 



N(rr.\r.Li- - 1 < 



i '. I 




.^- -'^ 




ISAAC (... I'.AKKR, 

CAiM lAi isr. 



JOHN II. L()L 1)1 KM \\. 

«AI'J lAl.IM. 




AM IS K. VKATMAN. 

(Afn ALIST 
A\i» I'lllI.ANTHBOI'IST. 



'niC)MAS S. MtlMIKKTKRS, 

I'KKSIDKNT, 
MCIMIKFTKRS U AK K rlnlSF ((). 



I - \ N-^ i\ r.H>n 





ijk'is sc iiij)Sssii:i\, 

ItlKKilOR, 

S'.rrn sidl uank. 




I.oLIS M. Ill-.LI.M \.\. 
♦ Arn Ai.isr. 



NOTABLP: ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



45 





IS.\AC G. BAKKR. 

CAPITALIST. 



JOHN H. LOUDKRMAN. 

CAPITALIST. 




JAMKS E. YKATMAN, 

CAPITALIST 
AND PHILANTHROPIST. 



THOMAS S. McPIIKETKRS, 

PRESIDENT, 
MCPilKETERS WAREHOUSE CO. 



46 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




CHARLES G. STIFEL, 

CAPITALIST (dECKASED). 



DAVID BLOCK, 

CAPITALIST. 




JOHN K. CUMMIXGS, 

CAPITALIST. 
RETIRED GLASS MANUFACTURER. 



CHARLES A. FARIS, 

CAPITALIST. 



^' •! w'AA-: ST ]y)\ \> \s> i\ r.««»". 




^ Ik 





• i w 


V 1- 


lv^. 


1 i\\ IS r.ij:uMA.\. 


«' r\KY, 






I'KfN Bill I'l ■%». K RFMIY ''«>., 


HI II IHSC. 


C<.1 




PK> ^. BlKkMAN RKAl. l>rAIL <i). 



Xv>r.\]M,K ST. LOUISAXS IN li^io. 







I AIM lAl.lST. 




I IIAKLI'.S A. FAKIS. 

t APIIALISI. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



47 





THKOI'HILE PAPIN, 

CAPITALIST. 



.S.WirKL SIMMONS, 

CAPITALIST. 




WAYMAN C. McCRKERY, 

SECRETARY, 
SECURITY BUILDING CO. 



LEWIS BIERMAX, 

PRES. BELL PLACE REALTY CO., 
PRES. BIER MAN REAL ESTATE CO. 



48 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





WILLIAM H. THOMPSON. 



PRESIDENT, 
NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE IN ST. LOUIS. 



DAVID R. FRANCIS. 

PRES. D. R. FRANCIS A BRO. CO.M. CO., 
VICE-PRES. MERCIIANTS-LACLEDE NATIONAL BANK. 




J. C. VAN BLARCOM. 

VICE-PRESIDENT, 
NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE IN ST. LOUIS. 



WALKER HILL, 



PRES. AMERICAN EXCHANGE BANK, 
PRES. AMERICAN BANKERS' ASSOCIATION. 



\Oi MJl.r S'i\ LOIM v\^ - J* • * 




I •> r \R><).\>. 

II *\t'<'S\l HANK, 








5' riioMSoN. 



1 KKDI RICK W. lUKIUNdKR. 



rKtsinpNT, 

FDURUl NAII«\NAL BANK. 





1>\\ Il» K IKAXCIS, 

l'Rt> n. R. jKASTI'^ ft HHO. <OM. Cn., 
!•' ' • I • "t II AN 1 s I A« l.KHF NAriONAL HANK. 




WAI.Kl.R HILL, 

I 'M S. AMKRUAN EXiriANGF, BWk", 
> AMFUAV BANKFKS" ASS< >. J A I ION' 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



49 




CHARLKS PARSONS, 

PRES. STATE NATIONAL BANK, 
EX-PRES. AMERICAN BANKERS' ASSOCIATION. 



RUFUS J. LACKLAND, 

PRESIDENT, 
boatmen's BANK. 





WILLIAM H. THOMSON, 



FREDERICK VV. BIEBINGER, 



CASHIER, 
boatmen's BANK. 



president, 
fourth national bank. 



50 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





ROBKRT R. HUTCIIINSOX, 

president, 
mechanics' bank. 



DAVID K. FERGUSON, 

VICE-PRES. mechanics' BANK, 
PRES. MISSOURI SAFE DEPOSIT CO. 




CKORGK W. rWRKKR, 



FREDERICK W. PRAXGE, 



JNI) VICE-PRES. 
CONTINENTAL NATIONAL BANK. 



PRESIDENT, 
BREMEN BANK. 



NOTABLE ST. T.(^T P 




MKi.l- A. BAKKR, 




I'KKSIDENT, 

. U. SATIONAL BANK. 




'I -'I riic. 

KAII.. NAL BANK. 

SA1»I 4 DOCK CO. 



GKORGE W. GALBREATH, 

CASHIER, 
THIRD NATIONAL BANK. 



\l'- ! ^/[ KOUISAXS IX 1!M)J>. 




I)A\ ID K. FKR(U'S()\, 

VKE-PRKs MFtHAMCS" BANK. 
PkKS. MISSHLKI SAKE UtPOSIi i 




IRKDKKK K \V. PkWGE, 



PRESIDENT, 
Rl-.MEN BANK. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



51 





GEORGE A. BAKER, 

PRESIDENT, 
CONTINENTAL NATIONAL BANK. 



FINIS E. MARSHALL. 

CASHIEK, 
CONTINENTAL NATIONAL BANK. 





CHARLES H. HUTTIG, 

PRES. THIRD NATIONAL BANK, 
PRESIDENT, HUTTIG SASH A DOOR CO. 



GEORGE W. GALBREATH, 

CASHIER, 
THIRD NATIONAL BANK. 



62 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




JOHN WAHL. 



PKES. GERMAN SAVINGS INSTITUTION, 
PRES. JOHN WAHL COMMISSION CO. 



RICHARD HOSPES, 

CASHIER, 
GERMAN SAVINGS INSTITUTION. 





AUGUST GEHNER. 

PRES. GERMAN-AMERICAN BANK, 
AUGUST GEHNER * CO., INVESTIGATORS OF TITLES. 



CHARLES E. KIRCHER. 

CASHIER, 
GERMAN-AMERICAN BANK. 



'1 NHLE ST. LOUISANS IN ' 




Miir.R. 

I • "< T . 

N • \ N K . 




lIKXkV \\i»OI> 

IKKFhRSON BANK, 
• I \ M(.R. UMuN UA\H\ 



\\ II I.IAM K. 151. kii' U, 

I I H h WSo.N i \ X K 



' :' r i.< a. !• 






I II \.<I IS K. KIRfllKK, 



I l-»>VAN AMERICAN DANK. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



53 




HENRY MEIER, 

PRESIDENT, 
FRANKLIN BANK. 



f;ERIIARD W. GARRELS, 

CASHIER, 
PRANKLIN BANK. 




IIEXRY WOOD, 

PRES. JEFFERSON BANK, 
VICE-PRES. A GEN. MGR, UNION DAIRY CO. 



WILLIAM E. BERGER. 

CASHIER, 
JEFFERSON BANK. 



54 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




FRANK VV. FEUERBACIIER, 

PRES. SOUTHERN COMMERCIAL BANK, 
F. W. FEUERBACIIER * CO., MALTSTERS. 



PETER J. DOERR, 

CASHIER, 
LAFAYETTE BANK. 




THOMAS A. STODDART, 



MANAGER, 
ST. LOUIS CLEARING HOUSE ASSOCIATION. 



EDWARD A. SMITH, 

VICE-PRES. 
MISSOURI SAFE DEPOSIT CO. 



NOTABLK ST. LOlMsWS i\ I"" 




FRANK C.MKNXIK, 



WILLIAM f:. 



I. EXP<»SITI()N ft MUsIC MALL ASS N , 
Ht^ MKRCMANTS EX.. t.^**?. 



VICE-l'HI-s 
THIRD .NATIONM HA*. 





<.rSTA\ J Ml \! \\, 

^ i;F.I1NKR « CO., TITLES. 

>-K MAN-AM FBILA.N BANK. 



\VM. kolnk;. 

VICE-PRES. 
c;EHMA\ SAVINCiS INKTirrTlON. 



•IsAXS IN l.!>00. 




pi: IKK 1 DOKRR, 

CASHIKR, 
I.AhAVEirE BANK. 




KDWAKD A. SMITH, 



VICEPRES. 
MISSOURI SAFE DEPOSIT CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



55 




FRANK GAIENME, 

PRES. ST. L. EXPOSITION A MUSIC HALL ASS'n. 
PRES. merchants' EX., 1887. 



WILLIAM n. V\ KLL.S. 

VICE-PRBS. 
THIRD NATIONAL BANK. 





GUSTAVE XIEMAN, 



\VM. KOEXIG, 



AUGUST GEHNER * CO., TITLES, 
DIRECTOR. GERMAN-AMERICAN BANK. 



VICE-PRES. 
GERMAN SAVINGS INSTITUTION. 



56 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




JULIUS S. WALSH, 

PRES. MISSISSIPPI VALLEY TRUST CO., 
PRKS. TERMINAL RAILROAD ASSOCIATION. 



BRECKINRIDGE JONES, 

1ST VICE-PRES. ft COUNSEL, 
MISSISSIPPI VALLEY TRUST CO. 




DeLACY CHANDLER, 



SECRETARY, 
MISSISSIPPI VALLEY TRUST CO. 



THOMAS WRIGHT, 

DIRECTOR, THIRD NATIONAL BANK, 
DIRECTOR, LINCOLN TRUST CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISAXS l\ 




I \Ml ^ n (• ,s! 



Jl'f.'l S ( . CARKI I I 

. AN \..l K 1 I M I. I'M ^l I ' f 





ARTIHR A. H. WOLUIIFIDK, 
^^«R»I^HV ANi> Tki \^i K» k. 



w 11. 1. 1 AM tats.^k;. 

VI (F. PRFh. I'MON lUsI t 
fPtS, Sr. UHIS IiklU(.k CU 



\\^ IN VMHl 



Sr *>w. . 




K .' K iXK'ix.i: joxMS, 

, . r s ' y I'UI S. A ( Ot NSEI., 

i>-i«, ilMl \AIIKV Tkisr CO. 





K. 



THOMAS WRKiirr. 

niRlICTOR. TIllRO NATK^NAI. BANK. 
l.Iht(T«>R, IINcolN TRUST CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



57 




JAMES B. CASE, 

PRESIDENT, 
LINCOLN TRUST CO. 



JULIUS C. GARRELL. 

MANAGER TITLE DEPARTXIENT, 
LINCOLN TRUST CO. 




ARTHUR A. B. WOERIIEIDE, 

SECRETARY AND TREASURER, 
LINCOLN TRUST CO. 




WILLIAM TAUSSIG, 

VICE-PRES. UNION TRUST CO., 
PRKS. ST. LOUIS BRIDGE CO. 






58 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




FESTUS J. WADE, 

PRESIDENT, 
MERCANTILE TRUST CO. 



LORENZO E. ANDERSON. 

2ND VICE-PRESIDENT, 
MERCANTILE TRUST CO. 




GEORCIE W. WILSON, 



CLIFF H. McMillan, 



TREASURER, 
MERCANTILE TRUST CO. 



SECRETARY, 
MERCANTILE TRUST CO. 



N'OTABI.K ST. LOUISAXS IN 1J)00. 



/ 





JAMKS e WiriJKI.L. 

STOCK * BOND BUdKlR, 
» II E PRES. I.At LH»fc «.AS I K.IIT ('»>. 



LDWARDS \\\\\ TAKhK. 

WIIIIAKtR ft MiMX.MAN, SlOfK * BOND HH'KI' 
»-kt s. SI. I ol IS rHASslT t «• 




SAML'EL A. GAYLORD, 

BLESSING * CO., INVEST MENT SECIRITIES, 
BOND ft STOCK BROKERS. 



IIKXRY IL WERNSE, 

WKKNSE * DIECKMAN, 
BO.SD ft STOCK BROKERS. 



I ^ •; ! -'! I 1 )('1S W.S I\ l!<'»o 





I ! ^ 1 i 



I W vi 



\ I r I- I Ki;>T CO 



I (M<K\/.() E. AXDKKSO.N. 

JNti VIC E-PRFSinKSr, 
\(ERCANTI1.E FRl ST CO. 




CUFF II. McMillan. 



SECKKTARY. 
MLRCA.NTIl.E TRIST CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



59 





JAMES CAMPBELL. 

STOCK ft BOND BROKER, 
VICK-PRES. LACLEDE GAS LIGHT CO. 



EDWARDS WHITAKER, 

WHITAKER ft IIODGMAN, STOCK ft BOND BROKERS, 
PRES. ST. LOUIS TRANSIT CO. 




SAMUEL A. GAYLORD, 

GAYLORD, BLESSING ft CO., INVESTMENT SECURITIES, 
BOND ft STOCK BROKERS. 



HENRY H. WERNSE, 

WERNSE ft DIECKMAN, 
BOND ft STOCK BROKERS. 



60 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




GEORGE L. EDWARDS. 

PRES. A. G. EDWARDS ft SONS BROKERAGE CO. 
BANKERS AND BROKERS. 



HARRY F. KNIGHT, 

TREASURER, 
A. G. EDWARDS ft SONS BROKERAGE CO. 




ALEXANDER D. GRANT, 

SECRETARY, 
A. G. EDWARDS ft SONS BROKERAGE CO. 



WILLIAM M. KOIIN, 
(deceased). 

KOHN ft CO., STOCK ft BOND BROKERS. 



NOTAFUJ-: ST. r.OnSAXS IN 1!m.<. 





M \\ K« >| AW. 



* R>>S{> HkOKKR. 
I I IS SK'i K hXl II \Si.K 



1 RANK p. II AYS. 

\Hh \'UV>. llMll & HANS INVKSIMKSr 
I'KI-MIUNI MO. HANKKKS' AS.-n-T., I S.jo i 





K \\\ ij \c;s. 



r. E \ J A M I X A LI' 1 1 !•: I M K U , 



• 1 K & RAU I IN(-S 



I'KhS. ALT}iri\?KR & RAVVI.INGS 
IN VLSI Ml N r CO. 



I *-•{.!•>{ I>\NS IN 11M)0. 




i«A \k;)S. 



HARRY F. KXrr.TIT, 



- k s..\s llKoKtKA<".E CO. 
\,li PKoktkS. 



TRKASURKR. 
A. G. FDWAROS & SONS BROKERAGE CO. 




WILLIAM M. KOHN, 
(deceased). 

KOIIN & CO., STOCK ft BOND BROKERS. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



61 





MAX KOTANY. 

STOCK ft BOND BROKER. 

ST. LOUIS STOCK EXCHANGE. 



FRANK P. HAYS, 

VrCEPRES. LITTLE ft HAYS INVESTMENT CO. 
PRESIDENT MO. BANKERS' ASSOC, 1899-I9OO. 





EDWARD VV. RAVVLINGS. 

VICE-PRES. ALTHEIMER ft RAWLINGS 
INVESTMENT CO.. STOCK ft BOND BROKERS. 



BEN'JAMIN ALTHEIMER, 

PRES. ALTHEIMER ft RAWLINGS 
INVESTMENT CO. 



62 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




BENNETT WASSERMAN. 

DIRECTOR, ST. LOUIS STOCK EXCHANGE, 
MEMBER CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE. 



HENRY M. NOEL, 

PRESIDENT, 
NOEL- YOUNG BOND ft STOCK CO. 




WILLIAM G. BOYD, 

TREAS. D. R. FRANCIS ft BRO. COM. CO., 
PRES. merchants' EX., 1894. 



WILLIAM p. KENNETT, 

SEC. D. R. FRANCIS ft BRO. COM. CO., 
PRES. merchants' ex., 1 899. 



N'fM XiH.K ST. LOUISAXS IN 1J»00 




II r .' 



.\ I. (I '^W I OKI), 



UK >Kt Ms. 




r.KNJAMIN C. JINKIN.-^. 

SHX K.S AND Bonus, 
' ST. LOriS STOCK EXCIIA.Ni.K, 




stir WASSKKMAN. 

SI. LOflS STOCK EX(.MAN(.K. 
( nil \..<) B(»AK1> OF IKAlih. 



Ill - KV M. NOHL, 

rRPSlOhNT, 
^o' \<-. BOM) & STOCK Co. 




WILLIAM IV KIANKTT. 

SEC. D. R. FRANCIS ft BRO. COM. CO., 
PRES. MKRCHANrS' EX., 1S99. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



63 




A. H. BAUER. 

BAUER BROS., STOCK A BUND BROKERS. 
DIRECTOR CONTINENTAL NATIONAL BANK. 



(lEORGE L. CRAWFORD, 

J. E. CRAWFORD A SONS, 
STOCK A BOND BROKERS. 





JOSEPH GLASER. 

BROKER, 
MEMBER OF NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE. 



BEN'JAMIN C. JINKINS. 

STOCKS AND BONDS, 
SEC. ST. LOUIS STOCK EXCHANGE. 



64 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




EDWIN O. STANARD, 

PRES. E. O. STANARD MILLING CO., 
PRES. MERCH. EX., 1866; LIEUT. -GOV. OF MO.. 1868. 



WILLIAM K. STANARD, 

VICE-PRESIDENT, 
E. O. STANARD MILLING CO. 




LOUIS FUSZ, 

PRES. REGINA FLOUR MILL CO., 
DIRECTOR, GERMAN SAVINGS INSTITUTION. 



JOHN R MEYER, 

JOHN F. MEYER & SONS, 
QUEEN CITY FLOUR MILLS. 



NOTART.K S r ( 




^ %- 







JAM!..' ■ \i KKIIT.DR. 



KLIIL'ih 
1)II'K( r<iR Ti-ll- 



n Ol'R, 
•<<'NAL BANK 



• \M 1). (»K • • 

til V M.I > 





. I I 






C\ K. DICKSON WALSH. 

WITH KEII1.0R BROS., 
OIRF.CTOR KIM-OCIC TUKPIJoNE CO. 





WILLIAM K 



. \RD, 




JOHN F. MKVLR. 

JOHN F. MKYER ft SONS 
C'ULEN CITY FLOUR MIL 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



65 




JAMES B. M. KEHLOR. 

KEIILOE BRUS., FLOUR, 
DIRECTOR THIRD NATIONAL BANK 



WILLIAM D. ORTHWEIN, 

PRES. WM. D. ORTilWEIN GRAIN CO., 
DIRECTOR MISSISSIPPI VALLEY TRUST CO. 




WILLIAM J. ORTHWEIN, 

CHAS. F. ORTHWEIN's SONS, GRAIN EXPORTERS, 
DIRECTOR, CONTINENTAL NAT'L BANK. 



C. K. DICKSON WALSH, 

WITH KEHLOR BROS., 
DIRECTOR KINLOCH TELEPHONE CO. 



66 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




ROBERT M. HUBBARD, 

PRES. HUBBARD A MOFFITT COMMISSION CO., 
GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 



HKXRY VOGELSAXC, 



DIRECTOR, 
HUBBARD A MOFFITT COMMISSION CO. 





NATHAXIKL L. MOFFITT, 

VICE-PRESIDENT, 
HUBBARD ft MOFFITT CO.M MISSION CO. 



CHARLES S. MOFFITT. 

TREASURER, 
HUBBARD A MOFFITT COMMISSION CO. 



BLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



67 





BLMT 
l)IKh( Tn 




WILLIAM L. GREKX, JR., 

PRtSintNT. 
W. I. riREEN COMMISSION CO. 



^.t. 




i'KVkV vi)r,i:Ls.\N<., 

I'IKI < I')R 




C 1IARLF:S S. Mol-MTT. 



IRbASl KhR, 
.PBH'KKI) k MOFFITT COMMISSION 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



67 




T. \V. CARTER, 



BERT H. LANG. 



T. W. CARTER * CO., GRAIN COMMISSION; 
DIRECTOR SCHULTZ BELTING CO. 



BERT H. LANG & CO., 
DIRECTOR merchants' 



brokers; 
exchange. 





JAMES S. McGEHEE, 

secretary, W. L. green COMMISSION CO., 
GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 



WILLIAM L. GREEN, JR., 

PRESIDENT, 
W. L. GRKBN COMMISSION CO. 



68 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




ERNST G. HOFMANN, 

PRKSIDENT HOFMANN BROS. PRODUCE CO., 
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 



WILLIAM A. HUDSON, 

PRESIDENT, HUDSON BROS. COMMISSION CO., 
PRODUCE AND COMMISSION. 




NAT. WETZEL, 

PRESIDENT, 
WESTERN POULTRY A GAME CO. 



WILLIAM H. WULZE, 



PRESIDENT, 
CAMP SPRINGS MILL CO. 



\t < . Ml. ; 




IIIOMAS C. W I 1 III:KS|>()()\. 

M KM HFH, 
sr. I... MS t'»'ll(>.N F. xrii AVr.li. 



!■ ' >-\ \ I 




JOHN RIN(]. 

I'KMVISto.N BKoKKH. 




WILLIAM A. lll'DSON. 

»'K» >!(»»• Nf. Ml 1>>"N BROS. COMMISSION CO 
HKOlHCb AM) COMMISSION. 




WIIJJAM II. Wl'LZi:. 



PRKSIDKNT, 

1 ^^!P sPkiNr.s Mill d 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



69 




rnoMAS c. vvrriiKRSi'ooN, 

MEMBER, 
ST. LOUIS COTTON EXCHANGE. 



RKUBK.N L. WOOSTKR. 

PRESIDENT, 
PAYTON-WOOSTER GRAIN CO. 




WILLIAM H. RKDEMEYKR, 

PRES. REDEMEYKR-HOLI.ISTER COMMISSION CO., 
PRODUCE AND FRUITS. 



JOHN RING, 

PROVISION BROKER. 



70 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




CHRIS. SHARP, 



PEES. CHRIS. SIIAEP COMMISSION CO., 
PRESIDENT merchants' EXCHANGE, 1898. 



PHILLIPS P. WILLIAMS, 



PRESIDENT, 
P. P. WILLIAMS GRAIN CO. 




LYNN B. BRINSON, 

PRESIDENT, 
BRINSON-JUDD GRAIN CO. 



MARCUS BERXHEIMER, 

PRES. M. BERNHEIMER MILLING & MERC. CO., 
PRESIDENT MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE, iSqI. 





JACOB I). (GOLDMAN. 



PRES. ADI,EH-<;ol D.MAN COM. CO., 
PRESIDENT I.KSSEB COTTON CO. 




W 1 1. 1. M Vis 




M.\K( TS 11IK\' 



PRFS. M. BERN Hkt MLR Mil I IS 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



71 




WILLIAM M. SENTER, 

SENTER ft CO.. COTTON FACTORS; 
DIRECTOR UNION TRUST CO. 



JAMES H. ALLEN, 

PRES. ALLEN-WEST COMMISSION CO.; 
PRESIDENT COTTON EXCHANGE. 




Jl'LIU.S LESSER, 

VICE-PRESIDENT, 
LESSER COTTON CO. 



JACOB D. GOLDMAN, 

PRES. ADLER-GOLDMAN COM. CO., 
PRESIDENT LESSER COTTON CO. 



72 



NOTABLE ST, LOUISANS IN 1900. 




JOSEPH C. TAYLOR, 

PRES. GEORGE TAYLOR COMMISSION CO., 
COTTON FACTORS. 



RICHARD W. UPSHAW, 

SECRETARY, NAPOLEON HILL COTTON CO., 
COTTON FACTORS. 





SAMUEL S. PINGREE, 



F. C. TAYLOR ft CO., 
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 



L. L. PRINCE, 

L. L. PRINCE ft CO., COTTON MERCHANTS., 
PRESIDENT COTTON EXCHANGE. 1895-6. 



NOTXBLK ST. I OTISAXS I >• 1.-^' 










IIKNRV A. 1)IA^[A\I^ 



pKKsri.fNT, M. i.ort^ n>\f\irssiuN r< 

<;KNhKAr. (<tMNUssI(i\ ^IKkCllANIS. 



70 



\ \" - 1 :v 




Kr !l.M<M \\. IJl'sllAW. 




L. L. PRIXCE, 



L. L. PRINCE it CO.. COTTON MERCHANTS.. 
I'kKsIDKNT COTTttN EXCHANGE, Z805-6. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



73 





HENRY MARX, 

WCK)L DEALER AND EXPORTER OF RAW FURS. 



EDWARD BAKER, 

PATON, BELL ft CO., 
COTTON EXPORTERS. 





ADAM WIEST, 

COTTON BROKER. 



HENRY A. DIAMANT, 

PRESIDENT, ST. LOUIS COMMISSION CO., 
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 



74 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




STEPHEN A. BEMIS, 

VICE-PRESIDENT, 
BEMIS BROS. BAG CO. 



FRA.NCIS H. LUDIXGTON, 

PRESIDE.NT, H. ft L. CHASE BAG CO., 
VICE-PRESIDENT, CENTRAL LEAD CO. 





JOSEPH M. HAVES, 

PRES. JOS. M. MAYES WOOLEN CO., 
VICE-PRES. CONTINENTAL NATIONAL BANK. 



P. J. CUXXIXr.HAM. 



PRESIDENT. 
CUNNING HAM BROS. WOOLEN CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



75 





DANIKL n. ROB IN SOX. 

EX-PRfcSIUENT, 
,r I .1 i>» « SAN FRAN<IS(<» R, ft. CO, 



ST. Lolls 




-.» MI'LM, 
• '• R MI WAY CO. 



Rl'SSF.KL HARDIXr., 

2ND VICE-PRES, A L.EN, MANAGER, 
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. 



XOTABLK ST. LOUISAXS IN li^OO. 




Si KI'UKX A. Iil£.MIS. 

VICK PRESIDENT. 
BKMIS Bki>S. BA(^ CO. 



I'k.WCiS n. LIDINGTOX. 

PRESIHE.VT. H. & L. CHASE DAG CO. 
VI( E-PKKSl')hN I . CE.MKAL LEAD CO. 




I' J. ( IXXI.\(UIAM. 

PRE.MDf N r, 
irNM.M.MAM BROS. WOOLEN Co. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



75 





DANIEL B. ROBINSON, 



EX-PRESIDENT, 
ST, LOUIS ft SAN FRANCISCO R. R. CO. 



BENJAMIN F. YOAKUM, 

PRESIDENT ft GENERAL MANAGER, 
ST. LOUIS ft SAN FRANCISCO R. R. CO. 




CHARLES G. WARNER, 

1ST VICE-PRESIDENT, 
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. 



RUSSELL HARDING, 

2ND VICE-PRES. ft GEN. MANAGER, 
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. 



76 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




JOSEPH RAMSKY, JR., 

VICE-PRES. ft GENERAL MANAGER. 
WABASH R. R. CO. 



S.WfUKL W. FORDYCE, 

PRESIDENT, 
KANSAS riTY SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO. 



HOWARD ELLIOTT. 

GENERAL MANAGER, 
BURLINGTON ROUTE. 




ANDREW A. ALLEN, 

VICE-PRES. ft GENERAL MANAGER, 
MISSOURI, KANSAS ft TEXAS RY. 
















IDWAKD S. OKk. 



(.f.NEKAL AOKN r, 
MIIMOHK A OHIO soil riWKST FkN RY. CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



77 




JAMKS J. TURNKR, 

GENERAL MANAGER, 
VANnALIA LINE. 



F. n. BRITTON, 

ACTING GENERAL MANAGER, 
LOUIS SOUTHWESTERN RY. 




WILLIAM S. McCIlESNEV, JR., 

VICE-PRES. A GENERAL MANAGER, 
TERMINAL R. R. ASSOCIATION OF ST. LOUIS. 



KDWARI) S. ORR, 



GENERAL AGENT, 
BALTIMORE ft OHIO SOUTHWESTERN RY. C 



78 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




HENRY C. HAARSTICK, 

PRES. ST. L. ft MISS. VALLEY TRANS. CO., 
VICE-PRES. ST. LOIUS TRUST CO. 



WILLIAM T. HAARSTICK, 

VICE-PRES. ST. L. ft MISS. VALLEY TRANS. CO. 
DIRECTOR, NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE. 




GKORGE J. TANSEY, 

PRESIDENT, 
ST. LOUIS TRANSFER CO. 



ALONZO C. CHURCH, 

VICE-PRESIDENT, 
WIGGINS FERRY CO. 



XOTARLF ST. LOITSAXS I\ P"m», 




iiKXkY r 



• ; • At Ih It 




I'.RVAN sxvih:k. 



M -I IV A<,KN I . 

% N».> IKANtlMli R. R. CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




Ill M'\ V II \ \lv> 1 IC K. 

•-I . I * \n.s- \ M i K'V 1 VI.ASS 



VVIl Ll.Wf T. HAARSTICK, 

Vl« fc PRm. ST. L. k MISS. VAI.l EY* TRANS. CO. 
IHRFCroR N^rioNAI IMVK OF roMMKRCE. 




•\U).Nzi) f. cHikcn. 



VICE-PRESIDENT, 
Wir.GINS FERRY CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



79 




HKXRY C. TOWNSKXD, 

GEN. PASSENGER ft TICKET AGENT, 
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY CO., 



JAMES BARKER, 

GEN. PASSENGER ft TICKET AGENT, 
MISSOURI, KANSAS ft TEXAS RAILWAY. 





CHARLES S. CRANE. 

GEN. PASSENGER ft TICKET AGENT, 
WABASH R. R. CO. 



BRYAN SXYDER, 

GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT^ 
LOUIS ft SAN FRANCISCO R. R. 



80 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




R. A. CAMPBELL. 



C.EN. FREIGHT ft PASSENGER AGENT, 
LOUISVILLE, EVANSVILLE ft ST. LOUIS CONSOL. RY. 



KDMUND W. LA BEAUME. 

GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT, 
ST. LOUIS SOUTHWESTERN RY. CO. 




CKORGE B. HORNER, 

DIVISION PASSE.NGER AGENT, 
LOUISVILLE ft NASHVILLE R. R. 



EDMUND A. WILLIAMS, 

GEN. PASSENGER ft TICKET AGENT. 
ST. LOUIS-PEORIA LINE. 



NOTABLE ST. LC)IM<\N- l\ i: 




( II.\RIJ:.s M. PRATT. 

(■ 1 1 A I K \l A M , 
sol TIIU l^srKKN PA.S.shN(;KR BIKK.Al'. 



C i:\TKAI I AH 




r.lORr.K \VM. CALE. 

< n A f f \i A v . 

SOl'THVN KSi hk N hKhi«.»ir t'>M\nTTEE. 



CHARLKS A. I'ARKKR. 

COM MISSION KK. 
ST. LOUIS TRAFFIC BURF.AU. 



NOTABI.K ST. LOU 1 SANS IN 1900. 




K. A. C WirilKLL. 

H.II.HT ft PASSKN<.KR A«,F.NT, 
^^\^N^V1II.E ft SI. Lol IS CiiNSOL. RY. 



KhMl M) W. LA BKALMK, 

(.KNKRAL PASSKNGKR AGENT, 
SI. l.nlis S'»l- r II V\ hM KR\ RY. CaK 




K DM I IN I) A. WILLIAMS, 

(.KN. PASSENGER h TICKET AGENT. 
ST. LOUIS PEfiRIA LINE. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



81 





CIIARLKS M. PRATT. 

CHAIRMAN, 
SOUTH WESTERN PASSENGER BUREAU. 



\V. MORTIMER PRALL. 

MANAGER, 
CENTRAL CAR SERVICE ASSOCIATION. 




GEORGE \VM. CALE, 

CHAIRMAN, 
SOUTHWESTERN FREIGHT COMMITTEE. 



CHARLES A. PARKER. 

COMMISSIONER, 
ST. LOUIS TRAFFIC BUREAU. 



82 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




WILMER C. STITH, 

FREIGHT TRAFFIC MANAGER, 
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY C 



JAMES C. LINCOLN, 

GENERAL FREIGHT AGENT, 
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. 




MILTON KNIGHT, 

FREIGHT TRAFFIC MANAGER, 
WABASH R. R. CO. 



COLUMBUS HAILE, 



TRAFFIC MANAGER, 
MISSOURI, KANSAS ft TEXAS RAILWAY. 



NOTABLE ST. LOri^ 



83 




WlI.f.IAM I). IIOLIJDAY. 

ASSI. r.ENL FRKir.IIT AGENT. 
<\. C. C. A ST. L. RY. 




VORVKLL \V. TAYLOR, 

Oh.SKRAL KRF.IC.IIT AGENT, 
VA.NUALIA LINE. 






82 



:,' n \*.iLE ST. LOUISAXS IN 1900. 




\\ ll.NTI.k 1 ;- I I HI. 
FktK.H r 1 »■ *' , - M \^ \ .; R, 

-\> l.ssol Kt » * . » • • • M ,v AV I 



JAMKS C LI.NCOLN. 

GENERAL KRKICIIT At;ENT, 
MlssolRI I'A( IFtC RAILWAY CO. 




TRAFFIC MANAGER. 
MlSSdLRI. KANSAS & TEXAS RAILWAY. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



83 




WILLIAM I). IIOLLIDAY, 
ASST. gen'l freight agent, 

C, C, C. ft ST. L. RY. 



AUSTLX T. DREW, 

GENERAL FREIGHT AGENT, 
MISSOl'RI. KANSAS ft TEXAS RAILWAY. 




NORVELL W. TAYLOR, 

GENERAL FREIGHT AGENT, 
VANDALIA LINE. 



FRANK I). RUSSELL. 

GENERAL FREIGHT AGENT, 
ST. LOUIS ft SAN FRANCISCO R. R. CO. 



84 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




JAMKS W. WAY. 

riURF ENC.INEER, 
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. 



SAMUKL B. FISHER, 

CHIEF ENGINEER. 
MlSSOl'RI, KANSAS A TEXAS RY. 




WILIJAM S. LINCOLN, 

CHIEF ENGINEER. 
WABASH R. R. CO. 



JOHN W. TAYLOR. 



ENGINEER, MAINTENANCE OF WAY, 
TERMINAL R. R. ASSOCIATION OF ST. LOUIS. 



NOTABi !•: ST. I.()l'lS\X> '' 




HOK \( K r.. ( I.AKK. 



MIS<nrH| PAC JH( KAIIUAY C" 



MrssidKI. KA^^»•> il t ► * \s f\ 





KLi.swoK 111 A. ria K, 

i;kskral si PKRiN rb ndknt. 

ST. LOll.S, 1K»S MOl'NTAlN A soil III KN KY. 



HOK.Mi: \V. (LARKK. 

M'PKRIN IK.NDKN F, 
MOBILE * OHIO R. R. 



N'M ^ '". }~ ^1' l.')UIS.\XS IX lO'H- 




1 WIKS \\ . W \N , 



t \ < : I N h h R , 

I'M K Ml AN AY CO. 



SAMUKL H. FISHKR, 

CHIEF ENi.lNEEK. 
MI><OlUI, KWSAS A TKXAS RY. 




JOHN \V. TAVIxm. 



ENiilNKKR, MAINTFNANCE OF WAY. 
I \ M. K. K. ASSOCIATION OF ST. LOUI^ 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



85 




HORACK (;. CLARK. 

GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT, 
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY CO, 



MKHAKL SWKKNKY, 

GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT, 
MISSOURI, KANSAS ft TEXAS RY. 




ELLSWORTH A. PECK, 

GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT. 
ST. LOUIS, IRON MOUNTAIN ft SOUTHERN RY. 



HORACE W. CLARKE, 

SUPERINTENDENT, 
MOBILE ft OHIO R. R. 



86 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




JOHN FITZGER.ALD, 

SUPKRINTENDENT OF TERMINALS. 
LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R. 



J. C. HOWE, 

TREASURER, 
ST. LOUIS, PEORIA & NORTHERN RY. CO. 




FRANK HASTfNC.S HAMILTON, 

SECRETARY & TREASURER, 
ST. LOUIS ft SAN FRANCISCO R. R. CO. 



GEORGE K. WARNER, 



TREASURER, 
ST. LOUIS SOUTHWESTERN CO. 




I »<• 





t.l < >K(.l. I !•< >l ' 



: ' M\- KY (■< 



M ISSOfHl k \N ^ \s * I ' 






\(il AT.^ 





(iKOKiii K 






NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



87 




FRKDKRKK I.. OLKARY, 

TREASURER, 
WABASH R. R. CO. 



.XLKXANDKR DOUCILAS, 

VICE-PRES. A GENERAL AUDITOR, 
ST. LOUIS & SAN FRANCISCO R. R. CO. 




SYDNEY C. JOIIXSOX, 

GENERAL AUDITOR, 
ST. LOUIS SOUTHWESTERN RY. CO. 



(]K()R(JK J. POLLOCK, 

GENERAL AUDITOR, 
MISSOURI, KANSAS & TEXAS RY. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




KDWARD B. PRYOR, 

ASSISTANT TO VICK-PRESIDF.NT. 
WABASH R. R. CO. 



CLARENCE F. PARKER, 

GENERAL AGENT, 
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. CO. 




LILBURX T. WESTRICII. 

SUPERINTENDENT, 
TOLEDO, ST. LOUIS ft KANSAS CITY R. R. CO. 



CHARLES c. Mccarty, 

DIVISION PASSENGER AGENT, 
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. CO. 



• 1 M »l l> V\S I\ VMJii 





HELD, 



oENT, 
VALLEY R. R. CO. 



.i;. r 



1 I Mi|^- VNS IN 1!'<'0 




1 I PARKKK. 
. M A'. I N r, 

» - t K \I K. R. v'd. 




LILBURN . 

SUPERINTEND 
TOLEDO. ST. LOUIS & KANSAS 



(II \I<1 l.> C. .\hCAR I N . 

iil\IMiiN I'ASsKNGKR Al,F N . 
11 I I M.IS i LW RAL K. R. ♦ .» 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




WILLIAM U. STOVKR, 

ACEKT STAR UNION LINE. 
AND PF.NNSYI.VANIA LINES WEST OF PITTSBURG. 



\VILLL\M M. BUSHNKLL, 

CKNKRAL FREICIIT AC.ENT, 
ST. LOtriS-PEORIA LINE. 





S. STOCKWKLL DUDLKV, 



EU(;K.\E FIELD, 



AGENT KENAWHA DESPATCH, 
FAST FREIGHT LINE. 



AGENT, 
LEHIGH VALLEY R. R. CO. 



90 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




CHARLES B. SEXTON, 

COMMERCIAL AGENT, 
NORTHERN PACIFIC RY. CO. 



PHIL U. NOEL. 

DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT, 
NORTHERN PACIFIC RY. CO. 




WILLIAM E. ATMORE, 

CITY PASSENGER AGENT, L. ft N. R. R, CO.. 
VICE-PRES. BOARD OF POLICE COM'rS. 



THOMAS G. McCLELLAN, 

GENERAL WESTERN AGENT, 
NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA ft ST. LOUIS RY. 




« M \ I \ >-' 




KDWARl) W. WIIITK. 



IIFARV ir. W ELL MAX, 



GENERAL \SK.SILRN At;ENT. 
(FMIIAL R. R. OF CEuHt.IA. 



iMiKcir \si sr. a«;ent and gener\l 6h>hi kefpkr, 

\VAH\.MI R. R. C(». 



90 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN U»00. 




C.llARM-S i\ ^1 X 'U.N. 



I'lIIL II. XOKI., 

UlSTRUT I'ASSKNGER A(.ENT, 
NORTHERN PACIFIC RY. 




THOM.AS G. McCLELL.AN. 

t.ENERAL WESTERN AGENT, 
NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA A ST. LOUIS BY. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



91 




charlp:s n. stfa'ens, 

PURCHASING AGENT, 
MISSOURI, KANSAS & TKXAS RY. 



CHARLES p. CHESEBRO, 

GENERAL CAR ACCOUNTANT, 
WABASH R. R. CO. 





EDWARD W. WHITE, 

GENERAL WESTERN AGENT, 
CENTRAL R. R. OF GEORGIA. 



HENRY H. WELLMAX, 

PURCHASING AGENT AND GENERAL STOREKEEPER, 
WABASH R. R. CO. 



92 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




KDWARl) S. MARSHALL, 

GEN'l sales agent, AMERICAN CAR ft FOUNHRY CO. 
VICE-PRES. MISSOURI RAILWAY EQUIPMENT CO. 



GKORCJK S. .MARSHALL. 

GENERAL SALES AGENT, 
MISSOURI RAILWAY EQUIPMENT CO, 




JAMES ADKLXS. 

SECRETARY 4 TREASURER, 
ST. LOUIS TRANSIT CO. 



HKRMA.V OVERSTOLZ. 

FOREIGN EXCHANGE BANKER ft 
GEN. PASS. AGENT, HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE. 



..M \I5LK ST. LOriSANS l\ li*^"' 




-. ft lAl'ssH;, 

»\ TIKS AM) rlMHfU. 



J(»II\' W. IRIS I OK, 



V I( K J'KK-IDKS I , 
r. I. Mii-lS TIK <■(•. 




\ lAl'SSIC. 

• > -. RFAI.TY ( !>., 
• .• M FSIAI I. CO. 



ISAAC I'. 1.1>K. 

r.KVFKM. FRl.H'.lir A PAssKNUhR AGFNT, 
"lilAMOND IOE" line steamers. 



XOTABLK ST. I/)1'1S\NS IX V.^iO. 




1 liWAKD S. MARSHALL. 

r.l s i..'1-^S AC-NT. AMKKU.AV fAK & KM ^ 
■.!(» ittKS. .MIS.SMURI KAIKWAY Fo'If"^!' 



CKOkr.K S. MAKMIALI.. 

(itVKKAI. SALKS AJ'.ENT, 
MISSOl'RI KAIIWAY FoT I P \l E \ I 




FOHKION EXCIIAM.t i " 
EN. PASS. AGENT, HAMMiK-^ 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



93 




ROBKRT AHKI.KS, 

ARELRS A TAITSSIG, 
Ll'MnER. RAILWAY TIES ANI» TIMBER. 



JOHN W. TRISTOK. 

VICE-PRESIDENT, 
T. J. MOSS TIE CO. 





bp:\jamix J. taussk;, 

PRESIDENT, CHARLES REALTY CO., 
PRESIDENT, LESTER REAL ESTATE CO. 



ISAAC P. LUSK. 

GENERAL FREIGHT ft PASSENGER AGENT, 
"diamond joe" line STEAMERS. 



94 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




WILLIAM McMillan. 

TREASrRER. AND CHAIRMAN BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 
AMERICAN CAR A FOUNDRY CO. 



WILLIAM K. BLXBY. 

PRESIDENT, 
AMERICAN CAR & FOUNDRY CO. 




ALEXANDER H. IIANDLAX, 

PRES. M. M. BUCK MANUFACTURING CO., 
RAILROAD SUPPLIES. 



WILLIAM K. KAVANAUGII, 

PRESIDENT, 
INTERSTATE CAR TRANSFER CO. 



XOTAHLK ST. LOUIS. \XS I \' 1!«"" 





Cl.OKCK J. K()HrS( n. 

I'KKSi:)>\T Sr. KM IS t AR (u 
ELECTION Cn\l M rsMoN KR. 




hl)\\ \RI) A. MORI.. 

PRFSIDKNT. 
MURK lONhS BR\SS A METAL CO. 



I-KKI) F. iiixr>v, 

DISTRICT MANA(;ER, 
AMERICAN CAR A Fol N'URY CO. 



^>4 



NOTABLE ST. T.OUISAXS IX 1900. 




WILLIAM MCMILLAN. 

TKLASl Ki.K. AM) llIAIRMAV B«>AKI> Oh OlKKi 
A.'IWii *\ I AK A Kitl'\i»HV Ci). 



WHJJAM K. BIXUV. 

I'KtSIUL.N r, 
AMKRICAN CAR A KUNPRY CO. 




KM II WDLAX. 



W ILLfAM K. KAVANAUGII. 

PRKSIDKNT. 
INTERSTATE CAR TRANSFER CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



95 





GKORGK J. KOBUSCH. 

PRESIDENT ST. LOUIS CAR CO., 
ELECTION COMMISSIONER. 



PETKR M. KLING, 

SECRETARY A GENERAL MANAGER, 
ST. LOUIS CAR CO. 




KDWARI) A. MORi:, 

PRESIDENT, 
MORE- J ONES BRASS ft METAL CO. 



FRKI) r. BJXBY, 

DISTRICT MANAGER, 
AMERICAN CAR ft FOUNDRY CO. 



% 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




HENRY ELLIOT, 

PRESIDENT, 
ELLIOT FROn AND SWITCH CO. 



HENRY ELLIOT, JR., 

VICE-PRESIDENT AND SECRETARY, 
ELLIOT FROG ft SWITCH CO. 




W. H. ELLIOT, 

GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT, 
ELLIOT PROG ft SWITCH CO. 



EDWARD L. ADREON, 

FIRST VICE-PRES. AND MANAGER, 
THE AMERICAN BRAKE CO. 






■''\ 











WAI.IKR A. /II.TK KI:K. 

R\n U AV A MILL SII'I-LUS. 



\<»r.\l^l I-. ST. L')l ISANS IX liMHr. 




I.I II .1 n. 



IlKNUV KLI.IOT, JR.. 

Vl( K l'kfc.SIl»KN r AND SKCRITAHY. 
Kl.l.lor KKOG ft SWITlll CO. 




EDWARD L. ADRKON. 



FIKST VICE-PKES. AND MANAGER. 
THE AMERICAN BRAKE CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



97 





CHARLKS A. THOMPSON, 

RAILWAY SUPPLIES. 



JOHN W. NUTE, 

SECRETARY, 
ST. LOUIS CAR WHEEL CO. 




CLARKNCK H. HOWARD, 

SECRETARY. 
SAFETY CAR HEATING ft LIGHT!. Nti CO. 



WALTI^R A. ZELMCKER, 

RAILWAY A MILL SUPPLIES. 



98 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





ROUKRT VV GRKEN, 

MANUFACTUREKS' AGENT, AND 
RAILWAY SUPPLIES. 



FREDERICK A. JOHANN, 

RAILWAY SUPPLIES. 




SIDNEY H. WHEELIIOUSE, 

RAILWAY SUPPLIES AND SPECIALTIES. 



JOHN S. MANCHESTER, 

PRESIDENT. 
RAILWAY SUPPLY CO. 



NOTAnLh: M\ I.DII.SWS IN V. 




WAI.ll.K U « \K1KK. 

>-I cut I «*> » mf N<t KM 




I lll.nlM)KI-: \\ ( ()()K, 

St ri.Kr NTLNDKVT, 
WI^MJKN I'M'N I fcl F<;RAPII CO. 



X\\^'-'''\i 



Norxnr.R sr. i.orisAXs ix i!»oo 





Kni.i : "I \\ .-;i<i i \, 



-I \ N • • 1 ' >. I . .\ I N r , A \ J 



Ikl.IHCRK K A. JOIIA.W, 

KAILW \Y SII'IM II S. 




JOHN S, MA.\( IIKSTKR 
i-KisinrM . 

R Ml. WAS *^L'l'rLY Ctt. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



99 




JOSEPH TEMPLE, 

AGENT, 
ADAMS EXPRESS CO. 



WALTER R. CARTER, 

SECRETARY A TREASURER. 
PACIFIC EXPRESS CO. 




HOPKINS J. HANFORU, 

GENERAL MANAGER, 
KIN LOCH TELEPHONE CO. 



THEODORE P. COOK, 

SUPERINTENDENT, 
WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO. 



\\\«V2^^^ 



100 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




JUSTIN' S. KENDRICK, 

MANAGER, 
EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE OF THE U. S. 



JOHN C. ELLIOTT, 

MANAGING AGENT FOR MO., I. T. A O. T. 
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF N. Y. 




WALKKR IJUCKNKR, JR., 

AGENCY DIRFCTOR MISSOURI CLEARING 
IIOUSE, NEW YORK LIFE INS. CO. 



T. D. KIMBALL, 

AGENT WASHINGTON LIFE INS. CO. OF N. Y., 
FIRST MAYOR OF KIRKWOOD, MO. 



lui 




^i»W 






A^^ 
**?1^ 



I ^ M 





II \ (\ rJ.MOTT, 

V. KS r FOR MO., 1. T. A <). T. 
M- INSVRANCE CO. OF N. Y 




T. D. KIMBALL. 



A(.EN T WASHINGTON LIFE INS. CO. OF N. Y., 
FIKST M WOR OF KIRKWOOn, MO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



101 





KDCAR A. P. HAVXKS, 



MANAGER, 
AETNA LIFE INSURANCE CO. 



AUGUST GOERTS, 

MANAGER GERMANIA LIFE 
INSURANCE CO. OF NEW YORK. 




RICHARD EVERKTT, 

MANAGER. THE PRUDENTIAL 
LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF AMERICA. 




JOHN L. WAY, 



AGENT FOR MO., ARK., lA., NEB. k TEX., 
THE travelers' INS. CO. 



102 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





ANSEL B. DKXTOX, 

SUPT. FOR MISSOURI It KANSAS, 
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO. 



KDGAR M. VVOOLLEY, 

CEN'l agent. CONNECTICUT MUTUAL. 
LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF HARTFORD, CONN. 




WILLIA.M G. DAY, 

GENERAL AGENT FOR MO., 
THE PROVIDENT LIFE & TRUST CO. OF PHILADELPHIA. 



SYLVESTER JUDD, 

MANAGER MANHATTAN LIFE 
INSURANCE CO. 



!(»', 




(il ()U<,\-' C. MIK III 1. 1.. 

VI S » \<.l K I IM\ Kl r \ III'. 
INSl'KANi h CO OF l< ' ' • . 





.S D. BOLIN, 

liR UNION CENTRAL LIFE 
jLTRANCE CO. OF CINCINNATI, O. 



102 





AN.^I L I) \>\\ l"«>> 




WILLIAM G. . 



GENERAL AGENT FOR NU. 
THE PROVIDENT LIFE A TRUST CO. OF PIIIi. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



103 





JAMES E. BAKER, 

GENERAL AGENT NEW YORK 
LIFE INSURANCE CO. 



GEORGE C MITCHELL, 

MANAGER FRANKLIN LIFE, 
INSURANCE CO. OF ILLINOIS. 




WILLIAM 11. IIERRICK, 

MANAGER PROVEDENT SAVINGS 
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF NEW YORK. 



CHARLES D. BOLIN, 

MANAGER UNION CENTRAL LIFE 
INSURANCE CO. OF CINCINNATI, O. 



104 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




WILLIAM E. ARENSMKYER, 

SUPT. METROPOLITAN LIFE 
INSURANCE CO. OF NEW YORK. 



IIEXRY XEVISON, 

SUPT. k OEN'l agent METROPOLITAN 
LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF NEW YORK. 




JOIIX II. IIIGGINBOTHAM, 

SUPT. ft GEN"l AGENT, 
METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. 



THOMAS MASON, 

SUPT. PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE 
CO. OF NEWARK, N. J. 






1U5 







if v^^ 













.^^ 










. 1 I'l'-.r.i \r.<)'i 11AM. 




..I. I A'.KNr. 



THOMAS M \ 

MPT fkl 1»LN I lAI 
(.». OF .St » M 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



105 





(iEORGK T. CRAM, 

PRES. AMERICAN CENTRAL INS. CO. OF ST. LOUIS, 
PRESIDENT MERCANTILE CLUB. 



JOHN H. ADAMS, 

SEC. AMERICAN CENTRAL INSURANCE 
CO. OF ST. LOUIS. 




EDWARD T. CAMPBELL. 

ASST. SEC. AMERICAN CENTRAL 
INSURANCE CO. OF ST. LOUIS. 



LOLLS A. CERr, 

VICE-PRES. COVENANT MUTUAL 
LIFE INSIRANCE CO. OF ST. LOl'IS. 



106 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




HENRY M. BLOSSOM, 

PRES. II. M. BLOSSOM k CO., 
AGENCY CO., INSURANCE. 



MARTIN COLLINS, 

MARTIN COLLINS, SON ft CO.. INSURANCE. 




FRANCIS 1). IIIRSCIIBERG, 

F. n. IIIRSCHBERG & BKU., FIRK INSURANCE. 



CHARLES L. CRANE, 

GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT. 



NOTAHIJC ST. l.ori^W^ l\ 1^ 





r \ ' » •. , 1 • . !'■■ , 









;i- 11. CM'KN. 



i». Klkt INStRAN( L. 
I '. & RL'UHER C(». 



KollKRT IJkKCK. 

.» •>» KM INSl RAN( K 



\( )T.\]^»LI-: S'l\ LOi;iS.\NS JX 1900. 




MART IX COLLINS, 

MAKtiv iOll.lNS. S«JN & CO.. INSliRANCE. 




ClI.\KLi:S L. CRAXK. 



i;fsfkai. fN.si'KA\<K a<;knt. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



107 





SAMUEL DAVIS CAPEN, 

GEO. D. CAPEN ft CO., 
FIRE INSURANCE. 



PAUL TIIEEGARTEN, 

MANAGER ST. LOUIS OFFICE, GERMANIA 
FIRE INSURANCE CO. OF NEW YORK. 




GEORGE H. CAPEN, 



ROBERT BRECK, 



GEO. D. CAPEN ft CO., FIRE INSURANCE. 
PRES. CAPEN BELTING ft RUBBER CO. 



GENERAL INSURANCE. 



108 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




WESTKRX BASCOME, 



WESTERN BASCOME & CO.. INS., 
BRITISH VICE-CONSUL. 



WILLIAM BULL, 

GENERAL AGENT, 
SOUTHERN INSURANCE CO. 




JXO. R. TRIPLETT, 

J NO. R. TRIPI.KTt's INS. AGENCY, 
SEC. OF THE DIOCESK OK MISSOURI (. EI'ISCOPAL) . 



MOSES FRALEY, 

GENERAL UNDERWRITER, 
FIRE A LIABILITY INSURANCE. 



i\ l:^'»0. 



A' *.^. 




m 




x^. 





fT 



XOTABLK ST. LOUIS A NS IN U>00. 




^ 1 I K\ r.ASCOMK. 



I t. \ I! ^SCOMK & l<».. I VS 
Wl 1 ISir \ lLh( ONSI I.. 



WILLIAM I51ILL. 

(.F.SF.WAT. ACFN'T. 
soil III KPN INSTRANTK CO. 




MOSKS FKALl.N. 



GK.NKK.M. L NDKHVS K! I » 
MKK ft LlAHliriY r\>. W 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



109 




ALBKRT C. TREBUS, 

TREBUS & KREISMANN, 
INSURANCE. 



FRED II. KREISMANN, 

TREBUS ft KREISMANN, 
INSURANCE. 




SAMUEL G. KE.XNEDY, 

INSURANCE. 



STATIUS KEIIRMANN, JR., 

GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT. 



no 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




WALLACK DELAFIELI), 

DELAFIELD & SNOW, 
INSURANCE. 



LEWIS E. SNOW, 

DELAFIELD A SNOW, 
INSURANCE. 




ERNEST PEUGNET. 

PEUGNET ft HEMENWAY, 
FIRE INSURANCE. 



JAMES A. WATERWORTH, 

PROPRIETOR, 
ST. LOUIS INSURANCE SURVEYS. 



XMTAP.I }•: ST. I Ml Isws I\ ]'Mn) 




K. A. llol I \| WX, 

'If M A V'tK K. 




C rk IIS C. ('. \Ri»IM K. 



i.KN r. a(;knt iiariforu stkam 

M(in.J:.K ISSVH TU>\ & I.NM RANCK t:0. 



tin 



I > i;i i-. ST. l.Ol'ISAXS IX 1^00. 




!>' I A I I LLP. 



LKW IS L. S.\()\\. 



PKI.AFir.I IJ A SSoW . 

I \>LKANrr.. 




JAMLS A. W ATLRWORTIL 



Sr LoilS INSTKANCE SL'RVF.VS. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



Ill 




TllKOUORE E. GATY, 



THIRD VICE-PRES. ft GEN L MANAGER, 
UNION CASUALTY ft SURETY CO. 



R. A. IIOFF.MANN, 

GEN'l agent fidelity ft CASUALTY CO. 
OF NEW YORK. 




CURTIS C. GARDINER, JR., 

ASST. GEN'l AGENT SOUTHWESTERN DEPT.^ 
HARTFORD STEAM BOILER INSPECTION ft INS. CO. 



CURTIS C. GARDINER. 

GEX'l AGENT HARTFORD STEAM 
BOILER INSPECTION ft INSURANCE CO. 



112 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




W. A. REID, 



RESIDENT MANAGER, 
FIDELITY A CASUALTY CO. OF NEW YORK. 



THOMAS CAREY HENNIXGS, 

GE.NERAL MANAGER AND ATTORNEY, 
AMERICAN BONDING A TRUST CO. 




JOIIX C. BARROWS, 

DIST. MANAGER ACCIDENT DEPARTMENT, 
AETNA LIFE INS. CO. 



R. L. RIXAMAX, 

MANAGER, 
AMERICAN SURETY CO. OF NEW YORK. 





HI. \I I.<1 M i 



M. r \|<1'K.\T|-R. 



; FX-I'RLS. IKFFI.RSON BANK. 



w: 



NOTABI.K ST. LOUJSANS IX 1000. 




THOMAS CARRV IIKWIXCS. 



Fii'in r • V A 



LtF \KW YOKK. 



CF.NLKAL MANAGKK AND ATTORNEY. 
AMIHITAV HONDINC, & TRIST CO. 




K ! Ui 



AMtRirAV SCKi I . . , 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



113 




SIDNEY M. I'HELAX, 

PRES. THE AMERICAN CREDIT 
INDEMNITY CO. OF NEW YORK. 



WALLACE C. BUTLER, 

W. C. BUTLER ft SON, 
INSURANCE ADJUSTERS. 




JOSEPH DORMITZER, 



REJiL ESTATE AGENT AND EXPERT. 



JAMES M. CARPEXTER. 

REAL ESTATE DEALER; PRES. HOPE MUTUAL 
FIRE INS. CO.; EX-PRES. JEFFERSON BANK. 



114 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1!)00. 




LAWRKNCE B. PIERCE, 

CIIAS. 11. TURNER k CO., 
GEN'l real estate ft FINANCIAL AGENTS. 



CHAS. H. TURNER, 

CHAS. II. TURNER ft CO., GEn'l R. E. ft FIN. ACTS., 
PRES. ST. LOUIS ft SUBURBAN R. R. 




WILSOX P. II. TURNER, 

PRESIPENT, 
TURNER REAL ESTATE CO. 



CLAUDE KILPATRICK, 

PRESIDENT, 
RUTLEDGE A KILPATRICK REALTY CO. 



WU.E ST. Lori^ A. 



*^00. 



115 





M. U ' ni I • - .| 



h u » 




' ■ ' ■< Mi k R. IIAKKIS. 



.I()II\ (;. M< \ \IK, 



I'KIS. AMFKKAV ORCMAKD ((). M NAIR 
«'H«IIM<1) ('».. AMI MNAIH IkllT & I AM) CO 



114 



NOT-' ST. LOUISANS IX 1!Hm». 





\. I i: TiKRCi:, 

!l. M KNEK ft C«», , 

I \ I r St UN \N«. lAl ^^.^ N rs 



ClIAS. n. TURXKR. 

C!IAS. H. rikSKK & CO., CKNL R. E. A FIN. AGTS., 
I'Rlls. ST. LOUIS A Sl'ni'KBAN R. R. 




I lit! v: \\ u 



rLAlDK KlLl'ATRICK, 

PRKSIOKNT. 
Hni.KPi-h A KILPATRICK REAl.fV CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



115 




M. R. COLLINS, JR., 

M. R. COLLINS, JR., ft CO., REAL ESTATE", 
VICE-PRES. ft SEC. COLLINS REALTY CO. 



J. V. S. BARRET, 

REAL ESTATE FINANCIER, 
PRES. ACME BRAKE CO. 





FLETCHER R. HARRIS, 

TREASURER, 
.m'nAIR a HARRIS REAL ESTATE CO. 



JOHN G. McXAIR, 

PRES. AMERICAN ORCHARD CO., m'nAIR 
ORCHARD CO., AND m'naIR FRUIT ft LAND CO. 



116 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




JOHN K. T.OVK. 

lOVF ft SONS, 
RKAI. FSTATK At. K NTS. 



JAMF'S U. MAC.IIRK, 

l-HESinKNT, 
KUIN >rA(iriRK RLAL ESTATE CO. 




X^' 




IIKXKV L. llAYi'l I 



rkf^tKl- NT 
H AVI»KI K» M i V 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



117 




CHARLES GREEN, 

PRES. THE CHARLES GREEN REAL ESTATE CO., 
REAL ESTATE. 



P.\UL JOXES, 

PAUL JONES * CO., 
REAL ESTATE * FINANCE. 




JOSEPH P. WHYTE, 

REAL ESTATE * FINANCIAL AGENT. 



STEPHE.V PECK. 



STEPHEN PECK A BRO., REAL ESTATE; PRES. ST. L. 
GOLD RECOV. CO. AND PARAGON LAND A LUMBER CO. 



116 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




JOHN E. LOVE, 

LOVE * SONS^ 
REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 



JAMES H. MAGUIRE, 

PRESIDENT, 
JOHN MAGUIRE REAL ESTATE CO. 





Err.lvXE H. BENOIST, 



REAL ESTATE. 



IIEXRY L HAYDEL, 

PRESIDENT, 
HAYDEL REALTY CO. 



XOTABLK ST. LOl'ISAXS IX llMn. 




vki.KS (;ki.k\. 



•\l I. .lOXKS, 



A. hSIAIK. 



K r A . I - ; M ^ ik n N A N « I 




STKI'IIKX Vl'AK, 

rKI'llEN VIAK & BRO., REAL F.ST \ I K ; VKhS. ST. L. 
I.D RhlOV. CD. AM) P\KAi,<>.N' LAND A ll'MPHR CO. 



118 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




CHARLES F. VOGEL, 

REAL ESTATE * FINANCIAL AGENT. 



HENRY HIEMENZ, JR., 

REAL ESTATE k FINANCIAL AGENT, 
DIRECTOR, GERMAN-AMERICAN BANK. 




DAVID F. KAIME, 

VICE-PRES. J. E. KAIME & BRO. R. E. CO.; 
TRUSTEE MISSOURI BOTANICAL GARDEN. 



JOSEPH A. DUFFY, 

JOSEPH A. DUFFY & CO., 
REAL ESTATE. 



X( )TAiuj': ST. i.oris w.^ i 





TIlKohORK Jl KM \1 I.I.MAN N, JK.. 

VICE PKI :S. AIPLK & HKM NIKl MANN R. K. C<t 
AS>t>Si.K Ac L'M.I.HCTOR oK \^ Al KR KAIKS. 




or I () I. \| I [<^M \\. 
Hl.M K^ I M h. 



MXrmt^, NUKTII &T. LOUIS iMrT. Mttm* 



I'iS 



NOTABLK ST. LOUISANS IX 1900. 




Hi:XRY IIIKMENZ, JR., 

RLAl. KSTATK ft FINANCIAL AGKNT, 
l)IMK( l<»K, (;^KSI AN AM KKITAN BANK. 





JOSKPH A. DUFFY, 



JoSF.ril A. 1)1' FKY & CO., 
RKAL ESTATE. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



119 




THEODORE IIEMMELMANX, JR., 

VICE-PRES. AlPLE A HEM MEL MANN R. E. CO., 
ASSESSOR & COLLECTOR OF WATER RATES. 



ALBERT J. AIPLE, 

PRESIDENT, 
AIPLE * IIEMMELMAN.V R. E. CO. 




OTTO L. .MERSMAX, 

REAL ESTATE. 



J. 11. c;U.\I)LACH, 

REAL ESTATE & LOANS, 
EX-PRES. NORTH ST. LOUIS IMPT. ASS'N, 



120 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





SAMUKL S. SCOTT, 

SCOTT k FARRAR, 
REAL ESTATE & FINANCIAL AGENTS. 



F. II. WOOD, 

PICI3UET BROS. * WOOD, 
SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE. 





CEORGK P. ANDREWS, 

ANDREWS. RICE A CO.. 
REAL ESTATE * FINANCIAL AC.F.NTS 



ORKO.X E. SCOTT, 

OREON E. SCOTT & CO., R. E. & INS 
MEMBER OF ST. LOUIS BAR. 



XOTABLK ST. loL'ISAXS IN n»<»" 




oscxK n. VIII IIS. 

pR^s. ^•^. Lot IS pAi-m Hr,\ (o 



F. W. T'ARAMORK, 

'■M<A\T(IRF. flR »S. ft ( (>.. 

. I >r ^!i NT sn iHi nr^. 



('. K H DW 1^. 

PRKSl >l N 
II. ;iAV IS KI- vL h<TAtfc 




josKiMi rs R. I.i:\IK\, M. I)., 

I'KOF. PIIVMIAI I)M(,M>MS A T II K< AF' KL I I ( *^ 
MARION hi MS L.tl I.U.E. 



120 



XOTABLK ST. LOUISAXS IN 1900. 





SAMl'If. S SCO'! r. 

S( "1 1 A I'AKkAR, 
RFAI- >>1AI( U riN'ANLlAl. A<.hNTS, 



I'. U. WOOD, 

PIC'ijUKT BROS, ft WOon. 
SIBl'KHAN RKAL ESTA I F-. 





V I.KIW. 



OR HON K. SCOTT. 

l»KE(iN E. SC«>TT & Cv).. R. E. & INS 
MJMRFR OF bl. I. or 15 BAR. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



121 





OSCAR n. VIKTHS. 

PRES. CLAUS VIKTHS REALTY A FIN. CO., 
PRES. ST. LOUIS PAPER BOX CO 



C R. H. DAVIS, 

PRESIDENT, 
C. R. H. DAVIS REAL ESTATE CO. 




F. W. PARAMORE, 

PARAMORE BROS. & CO., 
INVESTMENT SECURITIES. 



JOSEPH US R. LEMEN, M. D., 

PROF. PHYSICAL DIAGNOSIS & THERAPEUTICS, 
MARION -SI MS COLLEGE. 



122 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





YOUNG n. BOND, M. D., 

DEAN AND PROF. OF GYNECOLOGY, 
MARION -SI MS COLLEGE. 



GUSTAV BAUMGARTEN, M. D., 

DEAN * PROF. PRACTICE OF MEDICINE, 
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY. 




WALTKR B. DORSETT, 

PRES. STATE MED. ASSN., PROF. OF OBSTETRICS AND 
CLI.MCAI. (;YNEC<>L()(;Y. BKATMONT MED, COL. 



JOHN GRKKN, M. D.. 

SPECIAL PROF. OF OPHTHALMOLOGY, 
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY. 



123 





« • lin \I> R()!?INS(»\. A. II. \l. I). M. 1) 



l"W" . I I'M- - \ . J' J K W 



IJ.ISII \ H. «,Kf ..(»UV. M. 1)., 

PRi » I'KINCIPI-ES (»F SLR(.Kk\. WAMIIMiToN L' N 
IHIKF SlKi;fc(»N Mt'LLANPin HosriTAI. 



V 



XOTABLK ST. LOl'ISAXS IN 1900. 








(.ISIAV r.Al'Mr.ARTKX, M. D., 

I»KAN ft PROF. FKACTTiE OF MEOICINE, 
MKKIcAL PFJ'ARTMENT. WASHIM.TON UNIVERSITY. 




JOHN r.KlJX. M. D., 



1 in . -, AND 



SI'LlIAI. prof. (IF OPHTKALMOLLKiY. 
\VASHIN(.I()N UNlVtRSlTY. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



123 




HERMAN TUHOLSKE. M. D., 

PROF. OF CLINICAL SUEGEEY, 
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY. 



JOHN B. JOHNSON, M. D., 

PROF. EMERITUS, PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE 
OF MEDICINE, WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY. 




PAUL GERVAIS ROBINSON. A. B., M. D., LL. D. 

PROF. EMERITUS, PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE 
OF MEDICINE, WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY. 



ELISHA H. GREGORY, M. D., 

PROF. PRINCIPLES OF SURGERY. WASHINGTON UNIV., 
CHIEF SURGEON MULLANPHY HOSPITAL. 



124 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





CHARLES HAMILTON HUGHES, M. D., 

PRES. OF FACULTY & PROF. OF NERV. DISEASES, BARNES 
MED. COL.; MEM. JUD. A EXEC. COU.V. AMER. M. A. 



THOMAS O'REILLY, M. D., 

GRAD. ROYAL COLU OF PHYS. ft SURGS., LONDON, 
ENG., DIRECTOR MISSISSIPPI VALLEY TRUST CO. 




H. N. SPE.XCER, M. D., 

PROF. OF DISEASES OF THE EAR, 
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY. 



FRANK R. FRY, A. M., M. D., 

PROF. OF DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM, 
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY. 



IX 1000. 






•\\. ^r. 1).. 



■ ^^IIIN(;i,j\ I'M v., 

•• ' .' irosprTAT,. 



XOTABLK ST. LOUIS. \XS I\ IDOO. 





CIl.\KLi:S HAMILTON HTCIIKS, M. P.. 



THOMAS O'KKILLV, M. h . 



I'KIS. UF FACI I.rV A I'R«JF. OF M HV. DISFASES. BAKNF.S 

.Mn». rr»i . ; Mf M. jrn. ft kxkc. lotn. amlk. m. a. 



r.KAU. ROYAL COIL. liP PMYS. ft STKO . 
KN*,;.. DIKKCTOR MISSISSIPPI VALlhN 




IK. M. L).. 



ilK EAR. 

si r> . 



IK A Ms R-. 1-RY. A. M.. M 

PR )K. OF niSEASKS OF THE NKRV-ii > 
\\ ASH IN(;roN L NI\ KKMl > 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



125 





GEORGE M. TUTTLE, M. D., 

LECTURER ON THERAPEUTICS, WASHINGTON UNIV., 
PHYS. TO ST. LUKE'S ft MARTHA PARSONS HOSP. 



ROHERT MONROE FUNKHOUSER, M. D., LL. D. 

PRES. ST. LOUIS MEDICAL SOCIETY, 
PRES. MISSOURI MEDICAL LEAGUE. 





PAUL YOER TUPPER, M. D., 

PROF. OF APPLIED ANATOMY ft OPER. SURG., WASH- 
I.NGTON UNIV., PRES. STATE ANATOMICAL BOARD. 



FRANK A. GLASGOW, M. D., 

PROF. OF CLIN. GYNECOLOGY, WASHINGTON UNIV., 
GYNECOLOGIST OF MULLANPHY HOSPITAL. 



126 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




LEONIDAS H. LAIDLEY, M. D., 

PROF. GYNECOLOGY AND PELVIC SURGERY, 
BEAUMONT MEDICAL COLLEGE. 



FRANK J. LUTZ, M. D., 

DEAN AND PROP. OF SURGERY BEAUMONT MED. COL.; 
CHIEF SURG. ALEXIAN BROTHERS HOSP. 





WALDO BRIGGS, M. I)., 

PROF. OF SURGERY ST. LOUIS COLLEGE OF PHYS. & 
SURGS, ; CONSULTING SURG. CITY ft FEMALE HOSPS. 



RKMY J. STOFI'EL, M. D., 

PROF. MATERIA MEDICA, THERAPEUTICS & DIS. OF 
CHILDREN, BEAUMONT MED. COL. 



.\<»T\!Uj': sr. r.orisvNS in i^**<' 




\.s 1 .'KM) LKW IS. M. I).. 

■ •'! N \RV M Ri. •• Vk I' V O \t 
vi iii,t. S t \ l\ II.. ••! ' ^l 



R.)!:i H ! NAkCLAV. A. M., M. I)., 



\t - • V . . I I I 1' 
»I .!■.> AM" -I 



VM. Kv. rn. a B^in 

• ^^'Y S 1NMKM \kV. 




M. I>. 



JOIIX T. LAKi:\V. M. b.. 

I'HoF. SrK(.IlAI. A\AroVJ\ K ' I I .* I A r. xlj;. ^^ 
BKAlI\in\ 1 MtPU AI CO| I »..► 



N'oTXlU.K ST. LOUIS \XS IN i900. 




.Kh.(;<. \i. i>. 



i.I ' K.F «.F pnvs. & 
I * H. '.l.M.t llO>)'S. 



kl..M\ T. SIOFFEL, M 

PkOh. .NJMtkIA Minii A, TIIERAPFl I 
(IIIIDR'N, lU M \H)NT MH». 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



127 




BRANSFORl) LEWIS, M. D., 

PROF. OP GENITO-URINARY SURG. MARION-SIMS COL.; 
CO.NSULTING SURGEON CITY HOSPITAL. 



ROBERT BARCLAY. A. M., M. D.. 

AURAL SURG. CITY, MO. PAC. RY. CO. * BAPT. 
HOSPS. AND ST. MARY's INFIRMARY. 




PHILIP SKRAINKA, M. D., 

PHYSICIAN A SURGEON. 



JOHN T. LAREW, M. D., 

PROF. SURGICAL ANATOMY * CLINICAL SURGERY, 
BEAUMONT MEDICAL COLLEGE. 



\IH 



I \ M l. Si I i )l IS \XS IN 1900. 





in >.. 1 "1 :s MF'MCAi. SOI n ty ; 

1..W ^1. I.'IIS COURIER OF MKimiNK. 



niARI.KS H. 1)TX(1N. M. D.. 

CIIIKF SURGICAL CLINIC AND CLINICAL 
LVITUKKR. WASHINGTON I'NIVERSITY. 





\ V .'/ \i. n., 



KlXiAR MOORE SEN SEN EY. M. D., 

PROF. OF DIS. OF NOSE. THROAT AND CHEST, WASH. 
L'NIV.. PMYS. IN CHARGE OF M KI). PEPT.. MULL. HOS. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



129 





HUGO MAX V. STARKLOFF, M. P., 

PROF. OP ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY, 
MARION-SIMS COLLEGE. 



EDWIN S. LEMOINE. M. D.. 

EXSEC. AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, 
EX-PRES. ST. L. OBSTETRICAL A GYNECOLOGICAL SOC. 





EDWARD W. SAUNDERS. M. D., 

PROF. DI.«EASF.S OF CHILDREN, ETC., 
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY. 



HARVEY GILMER MUDD, M. D., 

PROF. OP CLINICAL SURGERY, 
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY. 



130 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




WILLI.WI POkTKR. M. 1)., 

SENIOR ATTKNDING PHYSICIAN, 
MOUNT ST. ROSE THROAT * CHEST HOSPITAL. 



IJKNJAMIN M. HYPKS. M. D., 

PROF. OF OBSTETRICS. 
MARION -SI MS COLLEGE. 




II.WAi: W. LOKB, M. 1)., 

PROF. OF niSEASKS OF NOSK & THROAT, MARION-SIMS 
COL.; Kl>. ANNAI.S OTOLOC.Y, RH1\(»L0<;Y & LARYNG'Y. 



ROHF.RT I.UKDF.KI.Vr., M 1)., 

PROF. OF DISEASES OF CHILDREN, 
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY. 




II ' ».' \| . N • 





!1 \RV I.I.OVI). M. I».. 



I II Y.slCIAN A SIRI-.KON, 
(•|r\ COHOSKR. 



NOTAP.LK ST. LOl^lSAXS IX 1900. 





W li.l i \M I'oiri KK. M. I).. 

.-.IVIMK A!IKM»IN<; niY.sUIAN. 



\ I \.\I1\ M. nVIMlS, M. 1).. 

l'R(»F. OK OHSri.I KK**. 
M AR U) N -SI M S CuLf. E»;f. 




» I I'.. M. \K, 



] [v >\T , M ahimV si Ms 
M <,(><, \ A lARVsr.'v. 



Ror.KUT Lrr.Dl-KIXC. M I' 

rk.>K. <»F DISKASKS «»F rmiMHls 

w asiiin<;ton i'ni\ krsitn . 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



131 




MAX C. STARKLOFF, M. D.. 

PHYSICIAN ft SURGEON, 
HEALTH COXf MISSIONEE. 



HERMAN' L. NIKTERT, M. 1)., 

SUPERINTENDENT ft SURGEON IN CHARGE, 
CITY HOSPITAL. 





EDWARD C. RIIXC.E, M. D., 

SUPERINTENDENT, 
ST. LOUIS INSANE ASYLUM. 



HENRY LLOYD, M. D., 

PHYSICIAN ft SURGEON, 
CITY CORONER. 



132 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





GEORGK CLINTON CRANDALL, B. S., M. D., 

PROF. PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF MEDICINE, 
MARION-SIMS COLLEGE. 



EDWIN CLARK BURNETT, M. D., 

LECTURER, WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY, 
CHIEF CLINIC GENITO-URINARY SURGERY. 




CIL\RLr:S HUNT POWELL, A. M., M. D., 

PROF. PHYSICAL DIAGNOSIS AND CLINICAL MEDICINE, 
BARNES MEDICAL COLLEGE. 



CHARLES G. CHADDOCK, M. D., 

PROF. OF DISEASES OF NERVOUS SYSTEM, 
MARION-SIMS COLLEGE. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



133 





JOSKPH J. LAVVRENCK, A. M.. M. P., 



EDITOR ft PROPRIETOR, 
MEDICAL BRIEF. 



OTTO E. FORSTER, M. D., 

PHYSICIAN ft SURGEON, 
POLICE COMMISSIONER. 




ROBERT E. VVIL.SOX, 

LECTURER ON ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY, 
ST. LOUIS COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS ft SURGEONS. 



I. N. LOVE, M. D., 

PRES. AMERICAN MEDICAL EDITORS* ASSN., 
FOUNDER, EDITOR AND OWNER MEDICAL MIRROR. 



134 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 








HKXRY L. WOLFNKR, M. I)., 

CLINICAL LECTURER ON DISEASES OF THE EYE 
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY. 



KDWARI) H. IIIGHKK, JR., M. I)., 

ASSISTANT TO OPHTHALMIC CLINIC, 
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY. 




CARL rise II, IMi. 1).. M. I).. 

PHYSICrAN A SIRGEON, 



JOSKPII SPIK(;KLIIALTKR, M. I)., 

PHYSICIAN ft Sl'RGEDN. 




4.-... 









I \ II. IJ., M. I). 



' P \( rU K OF SI'Kl.KHY. 
• « «)| 1 F(.E. 



1 -; 



NOTABLK ST. LOl'ISAXS IX 1900. 





II i:\RV 1.. Wol.lNKR, M- I)., 

ri.lNUAI. TIcrCKKR D.N Hl^^KASIS OF Tith KYK. 

\v ASii in(;t<>s rsn lksii y. 



i:i)\\ ARi) II. nicr.KK. .ik m 

ASSISTANT TO OPIl r It AI Nf I< lis. 
WASH INCroN rSU KK^l I % 





> ' i. < 11 -' .1 I ; h \l I).. 



.JOSI I'll SI'llM.I 1 H 
I'll V^ll I \N fc 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



135 




FRANCIS RKDKR, M. I)., 

PHYSICIAN A SURGEON. 



JOHN C. LKIJRPXIIT, M. 1)., 

PHYSICIAN A SURGEON. 





\MLLL\M J. LANdAX, M. I).. 

PHYSICIAN & Sl'RdEoN, 



KrC.KXK J. NKVILLK, M. I)., 

LF.CTUKER PRINCIPLES A PRACTICE OF SURGERY, 
BEAUMONT MEDICAL COLLEGE. 



136 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




WILLIAM A. McCANDLESS, M. D., 

PROF. CLINICAL SURGERY, BEAUMONT MED. COL., 
CHIEF SURGEON, ST. MARY's INFIRMARY. 



MEYER J. EI'STEIN, M. 1)., 

PROF. GENITO-URINARY DISEASES, ETC., 
ST. LOUIS COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS ft SURGEONS. 





HENRY W. HERMANN, M. I)., 

ATTENDING PHYSICIAN ST. VINCENt's INST., 
LATE PROF. NERVOUS DIS., ST. L. P.-G. SCHOOL OF MED. 



A. H. MEISENBACH. M. D., 

LATE PROF. SURGERY, MARION-SIMS COLLEGE. 
CONSULTING SURGEON, CITY HOSPITAL. 






r.LKNAVS, M. I).. 



I »••>►. I I '.' kt.KkV ANO ANAroMV, 
ini-K S(k(iK(»N. I.l'IHUJAN HOSPITAL. 




A. II. Mi:isi:\nA"cH. m. p.. 



LATE I'ROF. SIR<.FRY. MARK/N SIMS COLLEGE, 

consiltim; MmcKos. city iu>sriTAL. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



137 




W. HENDERSON MAYFIELD, M. D., 

SURGEON-IN-CHIEF, 
MAYFIELD SANITARIUM. 



B. A. WILKES, M. D., 

SUPERINTENDENT ft HOUSE PHYSICIAN, 
MISSOURI BAPTIST SANITARIUM. 





JULirS (;. EHRIIARDT, M. D., 

OCULIST ft Al'RIST. 



AlKUSTUS C. KERNAYS, M. D., 

PROF. OF SURGERY AND ANATOMY, 
CHIEF SURGEON, LUTHERAN HOSPITAL. 



138 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




KUC.KNK HRIHACn, M. I)., 

CLINlCAr. ASSISTANT, 

ST. Mary's institute. 



CrSTAV IJl'l'MANX, M. D.. 

PHYSICIAN AM) SrR(iF.()N. 



MALCOLM A. HLISS, M. J)., 

PHYSICIAN ft SURGEON. 




HKNRY C. DALTON. M. I)., 

EX-sri'KRlNTKNIIKNT, CITY HOSPITAL, 
I.ATE PROF. OF Sl'RGERY, MARION-SIMS COLLKGE. 



I I oi i- \.\>" I \ I'"'*' 




• t ^'.v MRTll SMITH, JR.. M. I).. 

> H t iif MJ.KIlINK, NN A«;H I S(.r(.N iM\. 




. •' t I \M \I ROM R rst ».\. M. I) , 

P-n^KIA.N rv (.FMRAT PkA(lI.K. 



XOTAHLK ST. LOUISANS IX 1900. 




r.i.'i r. \( II. M. I)., 

\i \ssi^i AN r, 

iU , V I N >| I 1 ITF. 



MAL( OLM A. IllJS.S M- l> . 

I'llV.MtlAN & SlHl.E(»N. 




liKNKV (• DALTOX. M. 1).. 

rxsl I'KKIN I I'.NDf NT. CITY lIO.SVITAt., 
lAFF J*k.»F oh SI kiiKKV, MARM.N SIMS COl I Kr,F-, 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



139 




HARTWKLL N. LYON, M. I)., 

CHIEF OF children's CLINIC, 
BETIIESDA HOSPITAL. 



ELSVVORTH SMITH, JR., M. I)., 

CLIN. PROF. OF MEDICINE, WASHINGTON UNIV., 
CONSULTING PHYSICIAN. ST. MARY's INFIRMARY. 




J. K. JKXMXC.S. .M. I)., 

PHYSICIAN A SI'R(;E>)N. 



WILLI.WI M. ROHKRTSOX. M. I).. 

PHYSICIAN IN GENERAL PRACTICE. 



140 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




LOUIS IIAUCK. M. D., 



PHYSICIAN at SURGEON. 



F.UGENE F. HAUCK, M. D., 

MED. DIR. GERMAN MUT. LIFE INS. CO., 
MED. EXAm'r, franklin LIFE INS. CO. 




EDWARD O. C.REER, M. D., 

SPKCIALIST IN DISKASES OK WOMEN. 



LUDWTG P. POLLMANN, 

PHYSICIAN A SrRGEON. 




II- \1 !: 




Ol |i > •«( ' i t f.. \l '» 



AK I ill l< K. MINK, M. I)., 



ST. Loris Ci-l « ■ ..» .f J . 



Ik NfRVOl'S DISFASKS. 
I'll\ SU lANS A Sl'KCJKONS. 



140 



NoTABl.r: ST. LOL'ISAXS IN 1900. 




I ' '! I> II \I ( k, M. I).. 

I I' ^ -.If Mv A srR<;Ko\. 



lACJFAK F. HAl'CK. M. D., 

MKH. DIR. GKKMAN M I'T. LIFE INS. CO.. 
MED. KXA.M R. FKANKl.I.N LIKE INS. CO. 




NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



141 




LEO CAPLAN, M. D., 

AURIST * LARYNGOLOGIST. 
UNIVERSITY OP VIENNA, AUSTRIA. 



WALTER H. FUCHS, M. D., 

SURGEON * GYNECOLOGIST. 





OTTO SUTTER, M. D., 

PROFESSOR OF GYNECOLOGY, 
SW. LOUIS COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS * SURGEONS. 



ARTHUR E. MINK, M. D., 

PROF. OF MENTAL A NERVOUS DISEASES, 
ST. LOUIS COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS A SURGEONS. 



142 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




JOHN J. LINK, M. D., 

LATE PROF. PHYSIOLOGICAL CHEM. A HYGIENE, 
ST. LOUIS COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS * SURGEONS. 



EDWARD RICHTKR, M. D., Ph. G.. 

PHYSICIAN, 
ST. LOUIS HOUSE OF REFUGE. 




JOHN O. (.UIIMAN, M. D., 

PHYSICIAN IN CHARGE. 

ST. Vincent's orphan asylum. 



MATTHKW C. GUH.VfAN. M. D., 

PHYSICIAN A SURQEON, 
GRADUATE, MISSOURI MEDICAL COLLEGE. 



: -1. I ( >l IS \Ns i.\ r.M.o 




I 



\\ 



■«rf 




'••^ 







K. suKi'AKi) i;m \\ \l 

I' p.- -u I AN- ri) M n.ii \: . • 




iiKrN(;. \i. 1)., 






X(n.\RLf': ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




I' 111 \ I 1 1 \ 1. \i I' . 



M . I ■ ' ' I 1 I • • I I I ■ 



I nWAKI) UICIITKR, M. I)., IMi. (; 

FMYSICIAV, 
SI. LOII.S IM.l >^K OF RF.FlUiK. 




\] 1 ) . 



.M \TIlli:\\ C. (illlM-W. M l>., 

PMYSiriAN A SIKr,Fl)N. 
«;kaI)I ATK, MI>>iiUHI MFUKAL (oLI.KOF. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



143 




WILLIAM C. CJRKKX, M. I)., 
PHYSICIAN A surc:kon, 

GRADUATE ST. LOl'IS MErMCAL COLLEGE. 



R. SIIKPARI) BRYA.X, M. I)., 

PHYSICIAN TO MEDICAL CLINIC, 
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY. 




THO.MAS S. IIAWLKY, M. I)., 

PENSION EXAM I.N' I NG SURGEON, 
MEMBER .ST. LOUIS MEDICAL SOCIETY. 



KrCKNK C. GKIIRUNC. M. ])., 

PHYSICIAN ft SURGEON, 
(;RAD. ST. L. COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS ft SURGEONS, 



144 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




M. E. HAASE, M. D., 

MEDICAL EXAMINER, 
WASHINGTON LIFE ft METROPOLITAN LIFE INS CO/S. 



JOHN G. PARRISH. M. D.. 

SPECIALIST IN 
DISEASES OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN. 




MEYER WIENER, M. D., 

OCULIST, ST. LOUIS TRANSIT CO., 
AND AMERICAN STEEL FOUNDRY CO. 



JAMES FREDRICK ROACH, M. D.. 

CHIEF SURGEON, 

ST. Joseph's sanitarium. 



XuTMJl.l-: .- i 





I \ M NKl.SON, M l».. 



»•!! \ nU IA\ & SI Ri.KON, 
l». MIAMI MKIHOAL Oll.l. liV riNClNNATI, O. 



UA 



NOTAfU.K ST. LOUISVNS IX 1900. 




M. K. HA A si:, m. 1)., 



Mfc.l>|»AL KXAMINF.R, 
\V ASMFNtJTO.V I.IFK * M Kl KOl'OLIl AN I.U K fSS C(^. 'S. 



JOHN (.. PAKKISII. M. D., 

SPECIALIST IN 
ni'^FAsES OF WOMLN AND CHII-HKHN. 




k M I», 



JAMKS I RlDklCK ROACH. M. 1).. 

rillK.F SlH(.KON, 
ST r(»SF.PirS hANITARH'M. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



145 




THOMAS F. RUMBOLI), M. U., 

PHYSICIAN A SURGEON. 



JOHN W. VAl GIIAN. A. M., M. I)., 

PROF. OF DERMATOLOGY, 
BARNES MEDICAL COLLEGE. 




JULES F. VALLK, M. D., 

PHYSICIAN ft SURGEON, 
GRADUATE, ST. U)UIS .MEDICAL COLLEGE. 



EDWIN M. NELSON. M. U., 

PHYSICIAN ft SURGEON, 
GRADUATE, MIAMI MEDICAL COLL. OF CINCINNATI, O. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



145 




THOMAS F. RUMUOLD, M. U., 

PHYSICIAN A SURGEON. 



J()H.\ VV. VAUGHAX, A. M., M. I)., 

PROF. OF DERMATOLOGY, 
BARNES MEDICAL COLLEGE. 




JULES F. VALLE. M. I)., 

PHYSICIAN * SURGEON, 
GRADUATE, ST. LOUIS MEDICAL COLLEGE. 



EDVVIX M. NELSON, M. D., 

PHYSICIAN A SURGEON, 
GRADUATE. MIAMI MEDICAL COLL. OF CINCINNATI, O. 



146 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




HUGO A. AULER, M. I)., 



PHYSICIAN A SURGEON. 



FREDKRICK C. AMEISS, M. D., 

PHYSICIAN ft SURGEON. 




JULES BARON, M. D., 

PHYSICIAN ft SURGEON, 
GRADUATE, ST. LOUIS MEDICAL COLLEGE. 



ADOLIMI KLEIXECKE, M. D., 

PHYSICIAN ft SURGEON, 
GRADUATE, ST. LOUIS MEDICAL COLLEGE. 








m \ TAL SI RC.LdS. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




Ill (iO \. AILI-.K. M. 1).. 
IMI vsu IAS * SI k(;ho.s'. 



rKLDKKK K C. AM KISS. M. D.. 

I'HVSUIAN & SL'Rt.FON. 




ADOM'M KLKINKCKK. M. D., 

rilYSI^IAN ft STKCKON, 
GHADl AIL. ST. L<»riS MKIHCAL COLl.F.CE. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 19(>0. 



147 





JACOB JACOBSOX, M. D.. 

MEDICAL EXAMINER, 
A. O. U. W., AND DEGREE OF HONOR. 



joskph a. krikc.kr, m. d.. 

PHY.SICIAN tt SURGEON, 
GRADUATE, MISSOURI MEDICAL COLLEGE. 




ADAM FLICKIXGKR, D. 1). S., 

PROF. MECH. DENTISTRY, ST. L. DENTAL COL., 1873-4, 
GRADUATE, PENN. COL. OF DENTAL SURG. 



A. J. PROS.SER, D. 1). S., 

DENTAL SURGEON. 



148 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




THOMAS A. HOPKINS. M. I)., 

PHYSICIAN * SITRGEON. 



CHARLES W. ALIJAX, 

SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS. 





JOHN \V. MOORK, 

SEC. & TREAS. 
BLKKS-.\UK)HE INSTRUMENT CO. 



KMIL WILLHRANDT, 

PRESIDENT. 
EMIL WII.I. BRANDT SURGICAL MFG. CO. 





MAM F. N'OLKKR, 



» I ". Ih BHtVN ING ASSOCIATION. 
I N KW IKTII-N«tI KhR BHKWKRV BRANlH. 



148 



\' .' 






KM II. W l! I 1 



KI.KKS-.Mui.M, 



KMIl. \\ ILI BRAMU *«t i 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



149 







Wil.l.lAAI J. LKMr. JJC, 

VICE-PRESIOENT. 
\VM. J. LEMP BREWING CO. 



WILLIAM J. LEMP. 

PRESIDENT, 
WM. .1. LEMP BREWING CO. 




WILLIAM F. NOLKER, 

TREAS. ST. LOUIS BREWING ASSOCIATION, 
MANAGER, BRI N K WIRTH-NOLKER BREWERY BRANCH. 



150 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




C MARQUARD FORSTER, 

ASSISTANT MANAGER, HYDE PARK BREWERY, 
DIRECTOR, KINLOCH TELEPHONE CO. 



HENRY XICOLAUS, 

MANAGER, GREEN TREE BREWERY, 
DIRECTOR, mechanics' BANK. 




CI 1 ARLES EH LERM AN N, 

PRESIDENT. 
CHARLF.S EHLERMANN HOP & MALT CO. 



WILLIAM E. nUPPERT, 

MANAGER. KLAirSMANN BREWERY BRANCH, 
VICE-PRE.S. SOUTHERN CO.MMERCIAL & SAVINGS BANK. 





h t^KIMl ITAl X.MII lA'Ai 



l-Al'L vol N(.. JR.. 



M » '. \(,l M 



M WACKR, 

uki;m kn bkku i hv. 



XnTABLE ST. LOUISANS IX V,m, 




W \U()[- \H\) lORSTKK. 
I \^^v\■.^K. mot v\hk hkk\\ fhv 



IIKXRV MCOLAIS. 

M\N^t;KK. r.RKKN TRKK BREWERY, 
HIRKCr<»R. M KtHANICs' BANK. 




WILLIAM K. Mri'IMlKT. 

MAVACF.R. KI MSMANN HRKWERY BRANvII. 
VUI I'KKS. SHIIIKKN ( ( »M .M F.R* I AL ft SAVINt.-, HANK 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



151 




WILLIAM GOERGKR, 

PRESIDENT, 
WILLIAM GOERGER MALTING CO. 



PAULUS CAST, 

PRESIDENT, CAST BREWING CO.. 
MEMBER CITY COUNCIL. 




JOSEPH TRAUNMILLER, 

MANAGER, 
EXCELSIOR BREWERY. 



PAUL YOUNG, JR., 

MANAGER, 
BREMEN BREWERY. 



152 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




HENRY W. GEHNER, 

PRESIDENT, H. GEHNER DISTILLING CO., 
WHOLESALE WINES AND LIQUORS. 



DOUGLAS G. COOK. 

PRESIDENT, 
AMERICAN WINE CO. 




WILLIAM II. LEK, 

WM. H. LEK A CO.. 
RECTIFIERS A RE-niSTILLKHS. 



MCHOLA.S M. BELL, 

VICE-PRESinENT. 
PEPKR TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO. 



NOTARLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



153 







\S ll.l.l \ \I A Sill K^ \.y. 



\V \t A. >-l II K S I \ I I.. 



'« "I. I. WIl'I.K'l. 



152 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




NKIIOLAS M. I5KLL. 



\ H K KHKSIliKST 
PKHKK rOBM"(ii \\ ARFMuI'v.!. 



NOTABLE ST. LOU I SANS IN 1^00. 



153 




M()Si:S C. WKTMORi:, 

EXPKKS. M. C. WKTMORE TOBACCO CO., 

PRKS. planters' Hotel co. 



JUMl'S .\. LOVK, 

SECRETARY, 
WELLMAN-DU IRE TOBACC(J CO. 




WILLIAM A. STICKNKY, 

PRESIDENT, 
WM. A. STICK NEY CIGAR CO. 



JACOB LA.MPKRT, 

CIC.AR MANlKACTrRER, 



154 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




ROBERT B. DULA, 

MANAGING DIRECTOR^ 
CONTINENTAL TOBACCO CO. 



PAUL BROWN, 

DIRECTOR, CONTINENTAL TOBACCO CO., 
DIRECTOR, AMERICAN EXCHANGE BANK. 




DANIKL C. BORDLEV, 

Bl'SINKSS MANAr.F.R, 
CONTINENTAL TOBACCO CO. 



JAMKS WEBB, 

ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER, 
CONTINENTAL TOBACCO CO. 




t:^ 






. ' '>\I("ZKA, 



«.! I- I (H J iiNMRl'i. I Ion, .SI'(;aR KI.HNJ.KIKS 



NOTABLK ST. I.OinSANS IN 1900. 




Kor.i.K |- l\ Dl'l.A, 



I'Al'L 1U<()\\ N. 



MASM.1S<; ItlHKrT'iK. 
• NTINLNlAl T<iHA<.C<- CO 



DIRKIIOH. CONTINENTAL TdBACCO CO.. 
lilKKl. lOR. AMERICAN K\CHAN<;K BANK. 




J \Mi:S \S K1!H. 



s>|viAN7 m^lNh>s MAXfC.fR. 

<t.N T I N t \ 1 Al I< i' \. I «> Co. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



155 





ROBERT MOORE, 

CONSULTING CIVIL ENGINEER. 



MIXARD L. HOLMAN, 

GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT, 
MISSOURI EDISON ELECTRIC CO. 





WILLIAM B. POTTER, 

CONSULTING ENGINEER A METALLURGIST, 
MGR. A CII. ENG. ST. L. SAMPLING A TESTING VVKS. 



HENRY STUDNICZKA, 

CONSULTING CHEMICAL ENGINEER. 
SUPT. OF CONSTRUCTION, SUGAR REFINERIES. 



156 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




JOHN A. OCKKRSON, 

CIVIL A MINING ENGINEER, 
HF.s't civilian member MISS. RIV. COM. 



WILLIAM H. IJRYAX, 

CONSl'LTING MECH. & ELEC. ENGINEER. 
MEMBER AMER. SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS. 





lU'IJKRT V. TAl'SSIC,. 

CONSiri/riNG ENGINEER, 
CHIEF ENG. TERMINAL R. R. AsSN, lR75-l8g6. 



IlKXRV II. IRMPHRKV. 

CONSl'I.TING & ELECTRICAL ENGINEER, 
MKMIIEK AMERICAN INST. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS 



156 



N(rj \IU.1-: ST. UHMSAXS IN I'JMU. 




joil \ A. m K! KS(»\, 

C l\ n. Sl minim. »• \..1 N Kt R, 
l:i-.-. I (IXILMN M I- .1 HKK >llSs, KIV. Cm^\. 




WILLIAM II. IIRVAX, 



CONSI'LTINC. \(KL1I. & Kl FC. EMWNKFk. 
Ml. vtlil.R A.MKK. SOCIKIY OF NirCHA.Ml.KL ENi;iSFFW^ 




IIKXKV II. ill\\!IMIRi:V. 

Clt.N.SllTI St. A Kl.FtlKUAl KNC.INKtK. 
MFMIIKK AMKKirAN iNST, KfHTRUAI. KNuINKKRS 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



157 




HIRAM I'lIiLLIPS, 

CONSULTINT, HYDRAULIC & SANITARY ENtUNKKR. 



RICHARD 11. IMIILLII'S. 



CONSULTINC; KNT.INEER. 





WILLIAM L. C.ARRKLS, 

CONSl'LTINO ENGINEER. 



JOIIX A. LAIRD, 

ENGINEER, 
GEN. MGR. MISSOURI LEAD FIELDS CO. 



158 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




WILLIAM S. EAMKS. 

EAMES A YOUNG, ARCHITECTS. 
FIRST VICE-PRES. AMER. INST. OF ARCHITECTS, IQOO. 



THOMAS C. YOUNG. 

EAMES ft YOUNG, 
ARCHITECTS. 





ISAAC S. TAYLOR, 

ARCHITECT. 



LOUIS MU LLC A RUT, 

ARCHITECT, SECRETARY A DIRECTOR, 
ST, LOUIS CHAPTER, AMER. INST. OF ARCHITECTS. 



r..'(;. 





I ^ \ 




\\ II.M W N 



^^ .i.\i\.s . , \\Ai«»n » boi>ski.ii:k 
.Ki III 1 i.< rs. 



158 



NOTABLK ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




WILLIAM S. KAMKS, 

FWIKS & YOL-Nu, ARCH iTF.rrs. 
HKST VICE PkK>. AMKR. INST. OK AKCIIlTKlTS. IQOO. 



THOMAS C. YOUNG. 

EAMRS & YOUNG, 
ARCHITECTS. 





LOriS .MULLdARDT, 

ARCHITECT. Sl-CRKTARY & DIRECTOR, 
ST. LOCIS CHArTIK, AMEH. INST. OF ARCIIlTFi. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



159 




VVM. ALBKRT SVVASKY, 



ARCHITECT, 
FELLOW AMER. INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, 



FRIvDKRK'R WIDMANN, 

WIDMANN. WALSH A BOISSELIER, 
ARCHITECTS. 




C. D. BOISSKLfKR, 

WIIIMANN, WALSH A BOISSELIER, 
ARCHITECTS. 



ROBKRT W. WALSH. 

WIDMAN.V, WALSH A BOISSELIER. 
ARCHITECTS. 



160 



NOTABLE ST. l.OUISANS IX 1900. 




THOMAS l\ IJARXKTT. 

BARNKTT. IIAYNES Id BAHNETT. 
ARCHITECTS. 



c;k()R(;k d. h.\r.\ktt, 

HARNETT. IIAYNES & BARSETT. 
ARCHITECTS. 




JOHN I. IIAYNKS, 

BARNETT. IIAYNES A BARNETT. 
ARCIIITFCTS. 



WILLIAM li. ITTNKR, 

PRES. ST. EOl'IS CM. AMER. INST. OF ARCHITECTS, 
COMMISSIONER OF SCHO<JL BUILDINGS. 



Xr.TAHLK SI. I. 



:k 1900. 



161 






160 



NOT \ 



Ol.'ISANS IX 1900. 




W ILI.IAM r>. inXKR. 

I'kKs. SI. iDfls I II. AN!KR. IN^T. OF ARCMITKi 
COM Ml.SNioNKR OK SCHOOL BflLIHNt.S. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



161 




AUGUSTE WEBER. 



WEBER A GROVES, ARCHITECTS. 



AUCJUST M. BEIXKE. 

ARCHITECT. 




ALBERT B. GROVES, 

WEBER ft GROVES, ARCHITECTS. 



EUGENE J. SPEXCER, 

SOLE WST, ACT., THE SAFETY INSUL. WIRE & CABLE CO. 
TREASURER, MERCANTILE CLUB. 



162 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




WILLIAM S. SIMPSON, 



WILLIAM A. RUTTER, 



SECRETARY ft TREASURER. VICE-PRESIDENT, 

CHRISTOPHER ft SIMPSON ARCHITECTURAL I. ft F. CO. CHRISTOPHER ft SIMPSON ARCHITECTURAL I. ft F. CO. 




WILLLVM J. PATCH KLL, 

PRESIDENT, 
THE UNION IRON & FOUNDRY CO. 



ALBERT 11. DOELLNER, 

SECRETARY ft TREASURER, 
THE UNION IRON ft FOUNDRY CO. 






IKWK LOU. 



CHARLKS L. DK.W, 

vr(F PBKS. LUPLt^W-SAYl <»R WIRU C<1 
VI( K PKhS. ST. 1.<»UIS TRANSFER CO. 



NOT. MM. R ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




WILLIAM S. S1MP>(.)\. 



WJLLIAM A. RLTTER. 



Stt RF.TARY & TKKASI HF.K. VI C K.PRESl PENT. 

CIlklNTfJi'llKK & srMfStJN AH(imE(I'KAL I. & F. («». C II H I S TOP M tR ft SIMPSON ARC M 1 TECT I' R AL I. » F. 




ALISKKT H. DOLLLXER. 



SECRETARY * TKEASIRER, 
TIIF INIoN IKON A FOI NURY CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



163 





ALFJKRT G. FISH. 

VICE-PRES. KOKEN IRON WORKS, 
VICEPRES. KOKEN REALTY CO. 



H KRMAN STOl'l* RKdKN, 

SEC. KOKEN IRON WORKS, 
SEC. KOKEN REALTY CO. 




FRANK LOW, 

SECRETARY, 
LUDLOW-SAYLOR WIRE CO. 



CHARLES L. DEAN, 

VICE-PRES. LUDLOW-SAYLOR WIRE CO., 
VICE-PRES. ST. LOUIS TRANSFER CO. 



164 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





I-RANKLIN P. HUXKINS, 

PRESIDENT A TREASURER, 
THORN & HUNKINS LIME ft CEMENT CO. 



GORDON WILLIS, 

VICE-PRESIDENT A SECRETARY. 
THORN ft HUNKINS LIME ft CEMENT CO. 




FREDERICK J. REMMERS, 

PRESIDENT, 
OESSE ft REMMERS BLDG. ft CONTRACTING CO. 



ANTON LEIWEKE, 

PRESIDENT & TREASURER, 
CENTAUR LIME CO. 



N< ' ! \ '. i ' ^^ • i ' •' I - \ \ ■ I .\ 




164 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





FRANKLIN P. HUNKINS, 

PRESIDENT A TREASURER, 
THORN & HUNKINS LIME ft CEMENT CO. 



GORDON WILLIS, 

VICE-PRESIDENT A SECRETARY, 
THORN & HUNKINS LIME k CEMENT CO. 




FREDERICK J. REMMERS, 

PRESIDENT, 
GOESSE & REMMERS BLDG. & CONTRACTING CO. 



AXTOX LEIWEKE, 

PRESIDENT ft TREASURER, 
CENTAUR LIME CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



165 




SAMUKL M. LEDKRKR, 



GORDON C. McXEIL, 



PRESIDENT, 
PICKEL STONE CO. 



SEC. A TREAS. PLU.MRIDGE ft MCNEIL SUPPLY CO., 
builders' SUPPLIES. 





EDWARD J. STAMM, 

PRESIDENT, 
ST. LOUIS CUT STONE CO. 



PETER A. PICKEL, 



SECRETARY, 
ST. LOUIS CUT STONE CO. 



166 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





LEOPOLD SCHMALZ, 



EYERMANN & SCHMALZ, 
CONTRACTORS. 



GOTTLIKB EYERMANN, JR., 

EYERMANN ft SCHMALZ, CONTRACTORS, 
SECRETARY, MISSOURI GRANITE CO. 




DANIEL EVANS, 

CONTRACTOR ft BlILOER. 
EX-PRES. MASTER Bl'ILDF.Rs' ASSOCIATION. 



L. B. McFARLAND, 

CONTRACTOR ft BUILDER, 
PRESIDENT, builders' EXCHANGE. 



m: 's \ \"s I\ 11m>«» 




-* / 



*f^' 





J 




r 





LOUIS KUPFERLE, 

SEC. KUPFERLE BROS. MFG. CO., 
PROPRIETORS MISSOURI BRASS FOUNDRY. 



166 



XOTABI.E ST. l.OLMSAXS IX 1900. 




LKOl'OIJ) S( IIMALZ, 

tYKK\»ANN * S(H\1A1.Z. 
CON I kA( lORS. 



(iorriiKij 4.:vi-:rm.\\n, jr.. 

KYI KM ANN & SCHMALZ, CONTRACTORS 
SHCRtTAKY. MI.SSOIIRI GRANITE CO. 





L. B. .M.l-AKLAND, 



i'oNTKAl TOR A BL II UKR 
t^KI SIl UN T ., f;l lLt>tRs' E\K M ^ 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



167 




CONRAD KKLLERMANN, 



CONTRACTOR ft BUILDER. 



PHILIP F. STIFKL. 

STIFEL A RUCKERT, 
CONTRACTORS. 




HUGO URBAUER, 

PRESIDENT. 
URBAL'ER-ATWOOD HEATING CO. 



LOUIS KUPFERLE, 

SEC. KUPFERLE BROS. MFG. CO., 
PROPRIETORS MISSOURI BRASS FOUNDRY. 



168 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




LAWRENCE I). KINGSLAM), 

PRES, KINGSLAND MANUFACTURING CO.. 
PRES, ST. LOUIS manufacturers' ASSOCIATION. 



LEWIS B. TEBBETTS, 

PRES. MANSUR ft TEBBETTS IMPLEMENT CO., 
DIRECTOR. CONTINENTAL NAT. DANK. 




CILVRLKS E. WHITMAN, 

PRKSIDENT, 
WHir.MAN ACJRICII.TURAL CO. 



HENRY L. WHITMAN. 



SECRETARY, 
WHITMAN AORICl'LTURAL CO. 



NOTABLK ST. I.( 'I 1- •. 



^ •It- 





# 




\: III (v 1 W JHB sll'i'l \ t ( 



16S 



NOTABTJ-: ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




LAW Rl.\( K 1). KLNGSLAM), 

rKKS. KINOIAM) M A N T F AC TT K I M (<■ 
PKhS. ST. I.ol l> MAM ^A( It kFkS A>- " . 



LKWIS l\. TKIUJKTTS. 

PKKS. MA.SSIR ft ItBHRIIS IMPl.FMENT CD 
t.WKKi l.iK COMISKNTAL .SAT. BANK. 




WIN r.\i \\. 



lll.XRY L. WHlTxMAN. 

SKCRtTARY, 
\\Un\JAN A<.RIv I'LTrRAL CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



169 




NELSON O. NELSON, 

pres. n. o. nelson manufacturing co.. 
plumbers' and machinists' supplies. 



LEW LS M. RUMSEY, 



PRES. L. M. RUMSEY M ANUFACTURI NT, CO., 
RAILWAY SUPPLIES. PLUMBERS* SUPPLIES, ETC. 





ALEXANDER B. PIERCE, 

ASSISTANT SECRETARY, 
N. O. NELSON MANUFACTURING CO. 



ALBERT WEBB, 

PRES. & TREAS. ALBERT WEBB SUPPLY CO., 
plumbers' AND STEAM FITTERS' SUPPLIES. 



170 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





WILLIAM C. RUMSEY, 

PRES. RUMSEY ft SIKEMEIER CO., 

plumbers' and steam fitters' supplies. 



HENRY SIKEMEIER, 

SECRETARY, 
RUMSEY ft SIKEMEIER CO. 




LOUKS N. BURNS, 



KINGMAN & CO. 



MANA(;KR. 
Af.RICULTURAL IMFLKMENTS. 



WILLLXM J. BRACK VOGEL, 

AGENT, 
THE JAMES CUNNINGHAM, SON ft CO., CARRIAGES. 






W IR, 



jM'Diiuy Iiak:)u.\kl cd. 



170 



NOTARl.K ST. LOUISAXS IN 1900. 





U IIJ.IAM C. KMMSI.V, 



IIKXKV SIKMMKll k. 



PRKs. kJ .N,.SIV & SlKhMUKK Co., 
IMlNfHKKS AMI S ( h A \l » 1 I T I !i.s S'.'IMM.IFS 



SECRFT^RY, 
R U \l SKY k SI K K M F I KR 




. M I M IM K \U- S I ^ 



W ILLIAM J. DRACHVOGKL. 

ACKNI. 

I UK I f\i ^s.t 1 N N i\(;n \M, son a Co.. cakriacks. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



171 





FRANK L. WRIGHT, 

SECRETARY, 
JAMES A. WRIGHT ft SONS CARRIAGE CO. 



THOMAS M. McLKAX, 

PRESIDENT, 
EMBREE-MCLEAN CARRIAGE CO. 




LOUIS M. McCALL, 

EX-PRESIDENT, 
MCCALL ft IIAASE CARRIAGE CO. 



JOHN B. DENVIR, 

MANAGER, 
THE P. HAYDEN SADDLERY HARDWARE CO. 



172 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




CALVIX M. CHRISTY. 

PRESIDENT, 
CHRISTY FIRE CLAY CO. 



WILLIAM C. MORRIS, 

VICE-PRESIDENT & GENERAL MANAGER. 
CHRISTY FIRE CLAY CO. 




JAMES GREKX, 



PRES. I-ACLKOE FIRE BRICK MFG. CO., 
HELMBACIIER F0R(;E & ROLLING MILL CO, 



LUCIA.V R. BLACKMER, 

PRESIDENT, 
BLACKMER A POST PIPE CO.. SEWER PIPE, ETC. 



>.^M \HL1£ ST. I.ULMSAXS IN V. 





W 





.■^- 




NOTAin.V: ST. LOL'ISAXS IX i:;oo. 




^ \l-\ l.\ M. C 1IK1>1 V. 



I K I M \ M K I. . I ' 



W il.t.i.N M r. MORRIS. 



/, 





I.I CI W U HI..\CK.MI K. 

rRK.slI'l.NT, 
.IKK A PO>I IMI'K f(».. SkSVKK «i 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



173 




LACLEUE J. HOWARD, 

PRESIDENT, 
EVENS ft HOWARD FIRE BRICK CO. 



CHARLES S. RUSSELL, 

PRESIDENT, PARKER-RUSSELL MINING ft MFG. CO., 
FIRE BRICK, ETC. 




LEMON PARKER, 



SUPT. PARKER-RUSSELL MINING ft MFG. CO., 
FIRE BRICK, ETC. 



LEWIS W. POST, 

VICE-PRESIDENT, 
BLACK MER ft POST PIPE CO., SEWER PIPE, ETC. 



174 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




JAMES W. VAN CLKAVE, 

MANAGER, 
buck's stove ft RANGE CO. 



HUDSON E. BRIDGE, 

PRES. BRIDGE ft BEACH MFG. CO., 
STOVES ft RANGES. 




AUGUST E. AMDS, 

PRESIDENT, 
TWIN BURNER VAPOR STOVE CO. 



WILLIAM G. VVILLARD, 

FURNITURE. STOVES ft RANGES. 



175 



y\T^^ 






I in i>! 'IK K \\ i.li \i n.i.L.v. 



\ Ml Mil I fc.K MACHINKKY CO. 



L-O. 



li \VS IN' !>••> 





J W -< V\ . \ AN C- 'A'v S. 







' ann 



175 





ALFRED C. EINSTEIN, 

PRES. A. C. EINSTEIN ACETYLENE CO., 
AND THE EAGLE GENERATOR CO. 




♦^L\S J, HA Inn, 

I'M* ii III if I 






I 



174 



NOT'^ •'.! 



1900. 




JAMKS W. \AX Ci.K.W i:, 

MANAGER. 
BL'CKS SiOVE & KANliE CO. 



HUDSON K. BRIDGE, 

PRES. BRIDGE * BEACH MFG. CO.. 
STOVES & RANGES. 




WILLIAM G. WILLARD. 



FLRNITIRE. STOVES 4 RANGKf- 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



175 





NICHOLAS cornp:lius, 

PRESIDENT, 
CORNELIUS MILL FURNISHING CO. 



ALFRED C. EINSTEIN, 

PRES. A. C. EINSTEIN ACETYLENE CO., 
AND THE EAGLE GENERATOR CO. 




THOMAS J. BARRY, 



PRESIDENT, 
BARRY-WEH. MILLER MACHINERY CO., MILLWRIGHTS. 



FREDERICK WEHMILLER, 

SECRETARY, 
BARRY-WEH MILLER MACHINERY CO. 



176 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




HENRY STANLEY, 



FREDERICK E. WUERPEL, 



PRESIDENT, 
H. STANLEY MILL FURNISHING CO. 



PRESIDENT, 
DEHNER-WUERPEL MILL BUILDING CO. 





WILLIAM F. SCOTT, 



SEC, TREAS. ft GEN. MANAGER, 
THE FERNHOLTZ BRICK MACHINERY CO. 



EDWARD C. ROBBINS, 

PRES. ST. LOUIS WELL MACHINE ft TOOL CO., 
EX-PRES. LATIN-AMERICAN CLUB. 



.\(")TAPLK ST. LDl'ISAXS I\ r.^"<> 





H . |< .\ }■ , 



Nr'l I tl \H)MKTF.R CO. 
■N BANK. 



178 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




JULIUS C. BIRGK, 

PRES. ST, LOUIS SHOVEL CO., 
PRES. SKYMOUR MANUFACTURING CO. 



EDMUND F. WICKHAM, 

PRESIDENT. 
UNIVERSAL ACCOUNTANT MACHINE CO. 




WILLIAM MEDART, 

MEDART PATENT PULLEY CO. 



PHILIP MEDART, 

MEDART PATENT PULLEY CO. 



■ f ' t 'TIS \\s : V ^i-'" 



.-.Sj»: 







# . 





'.'J^kjralR 





NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




J II. I IS C. lilK(.K, 

I'KiS. *-7. I.(»I IS SIIOVH. CO., 
IRKS. SK"» M'l K M AS L FAt I IKING CO. 



EDMl'Nl) F. W I( KHAM, * 

PREsinPNT 
INIVLRSAL ACCOUNT ANT AfACIIlNE CO. 




M,.i M' .Mi:i' 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



179 




THOMAS V. THOMPSON, 

MANLEY ft THOMPSON, WHOLESALE FARM MACH'y, 
PRES. MAN LEY-THOMPSON CARRIAGE CO. 



JOHN D. MANLEY, 

MANLtY ft THOMPSON, 
VICE-PRES. MANLEY-THOMPSON CARRIAGE CO. 




JOHN O'BRIEN, 

PRESIDENT, 
JOHN o'bRIEN BOILER WORKS CO. 



EDWARD K. HOLTON, 

SECRETARY ft TREASURER, 
ST. LOUIS SHOVEL CO. 



180 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




CHARLES S. BROWN, 

PRESIDENT, 
HALL ft BROWN WOOD-WORKING MACHINE CO. 



ALFRED WEBB, 

TREASURER, 
HALL ft BROWN WOOD-WORKING MACHINE CO. 




JOHN F. JUDD, 



VICE-PRESIDENT, 
HALL ft BKOWN WOOD -WORKING MACHINE CO. 



WILLL\M WOLTERING, 

SECRETARY, 
HALL A BROWN WOODWORKING MACHINE CO. 



no; 



^: ;^ \\S IX 190O 



U. 



Kf 



^ 





A. l.^I^^.l. ..ui;. rt 



r •< •: • r I ii.ii r MNr, rchjs. 



I^'O 



NOTABM-: ST. L.OUISAXS IX ll>00. 




( IIAKI.KS S. I'.KOW X, 

VH\ sir>FNT. 
IIALI & HK''t\\ N W (M.i- W .)HK1 No MACHIVE CO. 



AlJKKl) W EBB. 



TRFASI'RKk. 
IIAI.L A UKOWN \VO«>D-\VoRKIN«. N?ACHT\E CO. 




W ILLIAM WOr/IKKlXG, 

SKCRKrARY, 
HAM. 4 nROWN \N r)OI) \V«-RKING -MACHI.SK CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



181 




JOSKPH W. BRANCH, 

PRES. BRANCH SAW CO., 
SUPREME TREASURER, KNIGHTS OF HONOR. 



JOHN H. POCOCK, 

PRESIDENT, 
J. H. POCOCK CAN CO. 




HENRY J. G.\UPEL, 

DIRECTOR, 
A. GEISEL MFG. CO., TINWARE, ETC. 



JOHN J. COLE, 



COLE BROS., 
MANUFACTURERS OF LIGHTNING RODS. 



1S2 



NOTAIil-K ST. LOinSANS IN 1900. 




UI \KI i S I. ^" K-i ii\ . 

MAN * ' ; i K 
P. ( M I P»- 't^ 1 V *, K I ■: 



rRKSI>K VT 
I- < , M IRI'i; V 1 VI s I 



I 




I K< )KI N. 



HAROLD MAXWKLI.. 

ASSISTANT SECRETARY, 
SAMLKI. « ri'I'l.tS WOODEN VN ARi: 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



183 




ALKXAXDER ROSS, 

SECRETARY, 
LACLEDE GAS LIGHT CO. 



SIIKRMAX B. PIKK, 

. SECRETARY, 
MISSOURI-EDISON ELECTRIC CO. 





KDWARI) G. GERKKK. 

SECRETARY, 
ST. LOl'IS PAPER BOX CO, 



JOHX B. IIOLMAX, 

PRESIDENT, 
IIOLMAN PAPER BOX CO. 



1S2 



NOTABLE ST. LOi'lSANS IX 1000. 




CHARI.KS L. MrKrilN, 

P. C. NtrHrilY TKl NK C«>. 



PATKIC K e. MlRrilV, 

FkF-sIDKN r. 
P. r. MlkPIIY TKINK Ct). 




HAROLD MAXWKLL. 



ASSISTANT SECKETARY, 
SAMl Kl. tll'IMKS WOODEN WARE 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



183 




ALEXANDER ROSS, 

SECRETARY, 
LACLEDE GAS LIGHT CO. 



SHERMAN B. PIKE, 

. SECRETARY, 
MISSOURI-EDISON ELECTRIC CO. 





EDWARD G. GEREKE. 

SECRETARY, 
ST. LOUIS PAPER BOX CO. 



JOHN B. HOLMAN, 

PRESIDENT, 
HOLMAN PAPER BOX CO, 



184 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





GUSTAV CRAMER, 

PRESIDENT, 
G. CRAMER DRY PLATE CO. 



JULIUS C. STRAUSS. 



PHOTOGRAPHER. 





JASON C. SOMERVILLK, 

SECRETARY, 
G, CRAMER DRY PLATE CO. 



CHAS. H. WYMAN, 

PRES. CHAS. H. WYMAN ft CO., 
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKERS' CORPORATION. 



1 \ l'»"'> 



185 






I A Ml ! . )l. 



I • 1 Coin 



184 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





GUSTAV CRAMER, 

PRESIDENT, 
G. CRAMER DRY PLATE CO. 






ANS IN 1900. 




1»RKVV, 



uri ^tAtB CLASS C«,, 
lACtEDE SfAT. MASK. 



EDWARD WALSH. JU,. 

hWSt&li^tfrt GLASS CO. 




» 




JAMl-:> W. ALLISON* 



ERNST F. VV. MEIER, 

rRRUl. Tk r> W, M&1EK CJIINJV fe GLASS QO,^ 
»M£aifiB|tT, CITY COUKirlL. 



184 



'()T\IU I" ST. LOriSAXS IX ):••'" 









M •Hfavri.ua* 



CIIAS. II ' 

I-KKS. CHAS. H. \' 
C ri,r»i,\l JIDT'SE BKi • • 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



185 




FRANCIS A. DREW, 

LOCAL MANAGER PITTSBURG PLATE GLASS CO., 
DIRECTOR, MERCHANTS-LACLEDE NAT. BANK. 



EDWARD WALSH, JR., 

PRESIDENT, 
MISSISSIPPI CLASS CO. 




JAMES W. ALLISON, 

GLASS MANUFACTURER. 



ERNST F. W. MEIER, 

PRES. E. F. W. MEIER CHINA ft GLASS CO., 
PRESIDENT, CITY COUNCIL. 



186 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





LOUIS T. MAGUIRE, 



PRESIDENT, 
ORIEL GLASS CO. 



CHARLES J. MAGUIRE, 

SECRETARY, ORIEL GLASS CO., 
PRESIDENT, MAGUIRE COAL CO. 





WILLIAM \V. DAVIS, 

ART CLASS WINDOWS AND MURAL DKCORATIONS. 



FREDERICK C. LAUFKETTER, 

VICE-PRESIDENT, 
COMMERCIAL ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO. 






' I 1 • II I.KS M'PPl.V CO. 
' 1 Nil NE RKPl'UMC. 



186 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




LOIMS T. .MAGIMKK. 

rkKsiDF.N r, 

OH I EI. l^LASS CO. 



CIl \KLKS J. MACriRK, 

vMkKTAyV, ORIEI. CLASS CO.. 
thiSlItFM. MACL'IKt CoAL Co. 





iki:i>i:kkk c. l.mfkkttrr. 



VICK. PRESIDFN T, 
COMMKKCIAL ELECTRIC .SUPPLY CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



187 




FRKDKRICK D. GARDNER, 

PRESIDENT, 
ST. LOUIS COFFIN CO. 



FRANK C. RIDDLE, 

PRES. F. C. RIDDLE ft BRO. CASKET CO., 
DIRECTOR, JEFFERSON BANK. 




JAME.S \V. ROSEDROCGH, 

PRESIDENT, 
ROSEBROUGII MONUMENT CO. 



GUS V. BRECIIT, 

PRES. CUS V. BRECHT BUTCHERS' SUPPLY CO. 
CONSUL, ARGENTINE REPUBLIC. 



188 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




AUGUSTUS F. SHAPLEIGir, 

PRESIDENT, 
A. F. SIIAPLEIGH HARDWARE CO. 



FRANK SHAPLEIGH, 

1ST VICE-PRESIDENT, 
A. F. SIIAPLEIGH HARDWARE CO. 




ALFRP:L) L. SIIAPLEIGH, 

SEC. & TREAS. A. F. SHAPLEIGH HARDWARE CO., 
2ND VICE-PRES. M ERCHANTS-LACLEUE NAT'l BANK. 



RICHARD VV. SHAPLEIGH, 

2ND VICE-PRESIDENT, 
A. F. SIIAPLEIGH HARDWARE CO. 



X ' iT \ [1 f I- S'l ] .' i\ i ^- .\ V^ ! X 1!)00. 




Ar(.rsii'.> I-. MiAi'f.i.Kiii, 

p^i -zoF-s r 

^. F. S!IA»'ItJ<,H H\kI>\NARr. CO. 



1 RANK SIIAPLEIGH. 

1ST VICK-PRESIDENT. 
A. F. SIIAPLF.UJJI IIAKUWARE CV. 




•J'l liCH. 



AM'>VV\HE CO 



klc II AKH \V. SHAPLKICU. 

-•Sn \ ICF »'Kj;Mf>KNT, 
A. F. SUAPI El.;»t HARJ)\VAKt CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



189 




JAMES E. SMITH, 

2ND VICE-PRESIDENT, 
SIMMONS HARDWARE CO. 



JOHN E. PILCHER, 

1ST VICE-PRESIDENT, 
SIMMONS HARDWARE CO. 





SAUNDERS NORVELL, 



3RD VICE-PRESIDENT, 
SIMMONS HARDWARE CO. 



ALBERT E. DANN, 

TREASURER, 
SIMMONS HARDWARE CO. 



190 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




CIIARLKS R. DLAKK. 

PRES. SI.IGO IRON STORE CO., 
IRON MERCHANTS. 



G.ML'S PADDOCK. 

PRKS. P.\DDOCK-IIA\VLEY IRON CO., 
IRON MERCHANTS. 





TIIKO. P. COX.WT, 

SECRETARY, 
SLIGO IRltN STORE CO. 



MAIILON B. WALLACE, 

SECRETARY, 
SAMl'KL CUm.ES W<K>DEN WARE CO. 



XOTA13I.K ST. LOIMSXXS IN IIM'O. 



I'^l 





K<»l I. \ W I.I I 



I'RKslDLNT, 
AMIKICAN MKKL F«"M>RY CO. 



190 



NOTARLK ST. I.OUISANS IN 1900. 




iiiAki.is k. 151. AKi:. 

I'RES. Sl.IiU) IkoN STOKE CO., 
IRON MKKClI\Nl.S. 



(;.\Il > I'ADDOCK, 

I'KK^. l-Al>l»t>CK-HA\VLEY IRON CO. 
IRON .MLKCIIANTS. 





M.MILO.N |{. WALLACE, 

SFl RKTARY, 
SAM I II. CriMMKS WJK.lihN WARE CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



191 





HLC.II A. CRAWFORD, 

PRESIDENT, 
SLIGO FURNACE CO. 



tiikodorh: a. meysenburg, 

DISTRICT MANAGER, 
REPUBLIC IRON * STEEL CO. 




ALFRED CLIFFORD. 

CHAIRMAN BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 
AMERICAN STEF.L A WIRE CO. 



ROLLA WELLS, 

PRESIDENT, 
AMERICAN STEEL FOUNDRY CO. 



192 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




JOHN M. HARRISON, 

VICE-PRES. A GEN. MANAGER, 
SIIICKLE, HARRISON A HOWARD IRON CO. 



JOHN \V. HARRISON, 

PRESIDENT, 
SHICKLE, HARRISON * HOWARD IRON CO. 




GKORGE K. HOHLITZKLI.K, 

SF.CHETARY & TREASURER. 
SHICKI.E, HARRISON A HOWARD IRON CO. 



SKLWYN C. EDGAR, 

PRESIDENT, 
EDGAR ZINC CO. 



1900. 



193 





1 




•> Js I RUN' ft J4A( Jll 1- \\<Hi 



r 



192 



NOTAr.! I 



'. 1 ANS IN 1900. 




JOHN M. IIAKKISOX, 

, VICK-l'KtS. A (,i;\. MANAf.KK, 
SinCKI.K, llAkKI^oN A HoWAkll IKON CO. 



JOHN W. HARRISON, 

PRESIDENT, 
SIUCKIE, HARRISON A IIO\VARI> IRON CO. 




'■ 'I'.I II /IJ.I Iv 



■iKLW VX C. LIHiAR, 



PRESIDENT, 
ED(.AR ZINC CO 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



193 




WILLIAM G. HAGAR. 

PRESIDENT, 
WESTERN IRON ft SUPPLY CO. 



A.N DREW p. THOMSON, 



VICE-PKESIDBNT, 
WESTERN IRON ft SUPPLY CO. 




GERHARD H. TIMMERMAN, 

PRESIDENT, 
ST. LOUIS IRON ft MACHINE WORKS. 



JOHN H. TIMMERMAN, 

TREASURER, 
ST. LOUIS IRON ft MACHINE WORKS. 



194 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




EDWARD F. GOLTRA, 

VICE-PRESIDENT, 
AMERICAN STEEL FOUNDRY CO. 



LOUIS J. HAYWARD, 

SECRETARY ft TREASURER, 
AMERICAN STEEL FOUNDRY CO. 




BENJAMIN S. ADAMS, 

DISTRICT SALES AGENT, 
REPUBLIC IRON ft STEEL CO. 



D. R. WOLFE, 

WOLFE ft GOOD. 
manufacturers' AGENTS. 



. r i'';.r. 






•I ■ ■ . .M NU Ci). , 
■I'l fKIM ING CO. 



194 



NOTABLE ST. TOUISANS IX 1900. 




KDWARl) F. (iOLTUA, 

VKK IkL^IUKNT. 
AMhKH \N SrML FOUNDRY CO. 



LOUIS J. HAYWARD, 

SECRLTARY A TREASURER, 
AMERICAN- STEEL FOUNDRY CO. 




D. R. WOLFE, 

WOLFE k GOOD. 

manufacturers' agents. 



NOTADLE ST, LOUIS ANS IN 1900, 



195 




ARTHUR TIIACHER. 



CENTKAL LEAD CO. 



SMITH H, BRICKEY. 

VICl-rJtRSIHtNt, 
OTitUMXA LEAD €0. 




EDWIN HARRISON, 

rHESIDllMl, rUIEBAJ. LEAP CO.^ 
EX-PKESIDEMT^ IWOH liOUKTAlIf OOV 



JOHN C rORTER, 



1% 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




DAVID D. WALKER. 



PRESIDENT, 
ELY ft WALKER DRY GOODS CO. 



DAVID R. CALHOUN. 

2ND VICE-PRESIDENT, 
ELY ft WALKER DRY GOODS CO. 





R. McKITTRICK JONES, 

R. MCK. JONES ft CO., 
DRV (iOODS CONf MISSION. 



MURRAY CARLETON, 

PRF.S. CARLETON DRY GOODS CO., 
VICE-PRKS. UNITED RAILWAYS CO. OP ST. L. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




I)A\ll» D. WAI.KKR. 

rKKSlDEN I. 
tl Y & \VAI.Kt.k UKY (iooDS C< 



DAVID R. CALHOl'N, 

_'ND VKKPHtSIDENT, 
KLY A WALKER 1>RY GCHirvS CO. 





M. Ki I 1 «1( K lO.MiS, 



M '' , K. jt'N KS 



.\I UKRAY CARLKTON. 

TKKS. CAKLF.TON CRY' GOODS CO.. 
VUK PKFS. f NIT EI) RAILWAYS CO. OF ST. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



197 




BENJAMIN EI S KM AN, 

TREASURER, 
RICE-STIX DRY GOODS CO, 



JONATHAN RICE, 

1ST VICE-PRESIDENT, 
RICE-STIX DRY GOODS CO. 




DAVID EI S EM AN, 

2ND VICE-PRESIDENT, 
RICE-STIX DRY GOODS CO. 



WILLIAM STIX, 

3RD VICE-PRESIDENT, 
RICE-STIX DRY GOODS CO. 



198 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




HUGH McKITTRICK, 

SECRETARY^ 
IIARGADINE-MCKITTRICK DRY GOODS CO. 



ELIAS MICHAEL. 

SECRETARY, 
RICE-STIX DRY GOODS CO. 




CHARLES C. ENGLISH, 

DIRECTOR, 
HARGADINE-MCKITTRICK DRY GOODS CO. 



HOMER p. K.NAPP, 

SECRETARY A RESIDENT MANAGER, 
BUTLER BROTHERS, OF NEW YORK, CHICAGO * ST. L. 



\:i. I sr LOi'isws ix r.*" 





jrLHJS r.r,ASH<^ 



\H»HKIS CI.A.SKR A CO.. 
•M , NollONs, AND M^NWfAi rt Rhhs' AO.TS. 




!) (.I.AM-.K. 



I V A bkOI HER. 

' KIKS AND LACtS. 



198 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





IIU(.n McKITTRICK, 



ELIAS MICHAEL, 



SKCRtTAKY. 
U \k<.M>l N hMCKl r I KICK DRY «;<mM>.- 



SECRETARY, 
RICF ST IX DRY GOODS CO 




( II Vlv'l I s r l.NdlJ SH. 



IIOMKR P. KXA14'. 



"IKK li'K. 

■ 1 ; I Hl< K DRY (;tH>l>S CO. 



SFCKLTARY ft RKSIUKNT MANAGER, 
BUTI.ER nnOTllhRS, OF NEW YORK, CHICAGO * *r. U 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



199 





MORRIS GLASER, 

MORRIS GLASER * CO., 
2ND VICE-PRESIDENT MECHANICS' 



JULIUS GLASER. 



MORRIS GLASER * CO., 
DRY GOODS COM., NOTIONS, AND MANUFACTURERS* AGTS. 





AUOLFH GLASER, 

ADOLPH GLASER * BROTHER, 
IMPORTERS OF EMBROIDERIES AND LACES. 



SIGMUND GLASER, 

ADOLPH GLASER * BROTHER, 
IMPORTERS OF EMBROIDERIES AND LACES. 



200 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




LEO. LEVIS, 




PRES. LEVIS-ZUKOSKI MEEC. CO., 
WHOLESALE MILLINERY * LADIBS' FURNISHINGS. 



WILLIAM A. ZUKOSKI, 

SECRETARY, 
LEVIS-ZUKOSKI MERCANTILE CO. 





HARRY B. KING, 

SEC. KING, BRINSMADE MERCANTILE CO., 
WHOLESALE MILLINERY AND NOTIONS. 



HOBART BRINSMADE, 

PRESIDENT, 
KING, BRINSMADE MERCANTILE CO. 



i\ 'Ot»» 




*^^v 



•-J..- 




C^j 





. . "-s ft .VI I .-U il ^t.L ASS N. 



202 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




CHARLES F. GAUSS, 

PRESIDENT, 
GAUSS-SH ELTON HAT CO. 



JULIUS ROTHSCHILD, 

ROTHSCHILD BROS., 
WHOLESALE HATS * CAPS. 





THEODORE SHELTON, 



VICE-PRESIDENT, 
GAUSS-SH ELTON HAT CO. 



ALBERT ROTHSCHILD, 

ROTHSCHILD BROS., 
WHOLESALE HATS * CAPS. 






(. • % • I. M V D. G. CO. , 

jI'L > I \»-- •« ' A I lo.N. 



202 



NOTABLK ST. LOUISAXS IN 1900. 




CHAKLi:S F. GAUSS, 



PKE^IUEN r, 
GAl SS SHKt.lON HAT CO, 



JULIUS KUTIIS( IIHJ). 

ROTHSCnn.P RROS.. 
WHOI.ESALF HAls ft CAPS. 




I. TON. 



ALBKRT ROTHSrilILD. 

ROTHSCHILD BROS., 
WllOLKhALE JIATS * CAPS. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



203 





WILLIAM BARR, 

PRESIDENT, 
WM. BARR DRY GOODS CO. 



JOSEPH FRANKLIN, 

VICE-PRESIDENT, 
WM. BARR DRY GOODS CO. 





GKORGE M. WRIGHT, 

SECRETARY A TREASURER, 
WM. BARR DRY GOODS CO. 



RICHARD M. SCRUGGS, 

PRES. SCRUGGS, VANDERVOORT * BARNEY D. G. CO., 
PRES. ST. L, PROVIDENT ASSOCIATION. 



204 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





DANIEL C. NUGENT, 



FREDERICK C. LAKE, 



1ST VICE-PRESIDENT, 
B. NUGENT & BRO. DRY GOODS CO. 



SECRETARY AND TREASURER. 
NUGENT & BRO. DRY GOODS CO. 




CHARLES W. NUGENT, 



2ND VICE-PRESIDENT, 
.NUGENT tt BRO. DRY GOODS CO. 



M. SHOENBERG, 

D. MAY ft CO. ("famous.") 
CLOTHING. 



\(»r.\iii i: SL ij)L iSAXs in u<«'o. 








NOTAHIJ- ST. ]J>ri>\\S iX l*^*»0. 





1)ami:l c. xrc.EXT. 



TREDKRICK C. LAKI.. 



1 S7 VKK CKKSIDKN r , 
II. N((,I-\V A HH'K UU\ (loans < O. 



^^•^RhrARY and ikkamrfr. 

B. Nt i;k;NT & liHO. DRV (-.(MlDS C< i 




M. SHOEXnERG. 

D. MAV ft CO. ("FAMOl'S.") 
CLOTH I Nt;. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



205 




ClIARLKS A. STIX, 

STIX, BAER A Fl'LLER ("GRAND LEADER*'), 
RETAIL DRY GOODS. 



SIGMUND BAKR, 

STIX. BAER * FULLER, 
("GRAND LEADER.") 




DUGALI) CRAWFORD, 

D. CRAWFORD & CO., RETAIL DRY GOODS, 
HON. PRES. CALEDONIAN SOCIETY. 



ALEXANDER PENNY, 

PENNY * GENTLES, 
RETAIL DRY GOODS. 



206 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




PAUL E. WOLFF, 

PUES. THE PAUL K. WOLFF SHIRT CO., 
SHIRT MANUFACTURERS, 



LEOPOLD ACKERMAX, 

PRESIDENT, 
SONNENFELD MILLINERY CO. 




UIXKS L. PARRISII, 



MEN S FURNISHINGS, 
PRES. D. U PARRISII LAUNDRY CO. 



RICHARD B. BULLOCK. 

R. B. BULLOCK A SON, DRY GOODS, 
VICE-PRES. JEFFERSON BANK. 




\i ... -v I - . I i.K 




V 



■ M \ I IKK. 

V >I } W ART, 



206 



NOTABLK ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




TAIL K. W'OLFl-, 

IKlS. THE I'/ML K. WOI FF MIIKT CO., 
MIIRT MAMI ACrlRCkS. 



LKOPOLl) ACKERMAX. 

PRESIDKNT. 
SON.NLNFFl.l) MII.LI.NERY CO. 





I- - •• »• l.'l Ml. 



KICIIARI) 15. lUTr.LOCK 



UN IsllISC.S, 
U.' I I.Al.NDkY CO. 



R H. Bll U>CK A SON, DRY t,- 'iS. 
MCF.-PRES. JtFFERSON VWU 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



207 





GKRMAX G. POWELL, 

VICE-PRESIDENT, 
r. A. STEER FURNISHING GOODS CO. 



F. ALBERT STEER. 

PRESIDENT, 
F. A. STEER FURNISHING GOODS CO. 




SEYMOUR STEWART, 

SALVETER & STEWART, 
men's FURNISHINGS. 



CHARLES C. SALVETER, 



SALVETER ft STEWART, 
men's FURNISHINGS. 



208 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





LOUIS p. ALOE, 



PRES. A. S. ALOE-CO., OPTICIANS, 
PRES. merchants' LEAGUE CLVB. 



ADOLPH p. ERKER, 

PRESIDENT. 
ERKER BROS. OPTICAL CO. 




ISAAC SCHWAB, 

PRES. SCHWAB CLOTHING CO., 
WHOLESALE CLOTHING. 



ADOLPH BAER, 

BAER, SINGER ft CO., 
WHOLESALE CLOTHING. 






• . I«l- IMI I< 



20S 



NOTABLK ST. LOUIS \XS IX 1900. 





I.ol iS !'. Ar.oK. 



ADOLPII V. KKKKR. 



rUi SIMKNT. 
KksKR BKi •^. uniCAI C(». 




V <( IIW AU, 



.! list. 



ADOLPII BAKK, 

BAER. SINl.KR A CO. 
WHOLESALE CLOIHING. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



209 




ALANSON D. BROWN. 

PRESIDENT, 
HAMILTON-BROWN SHOE CO. 



JAMES L. LA PRELLE, 

PRESIDENT, 
LA PRELLE- WILLIAMS SHOE CO. 




CHARLES L. SWARTS, 

SECRETARY, 
WERTHEIMER-SWARTS SHOE CO. 



JACOB J. VVERTIIEIMER. 

PRESIDENT, 
WERTHEIMER-SWARTS SHOE CO. 



210 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




GEORGE W. MILIUS, 



VICE-PRESIDENT, 
WERTHEIMEK-SWARTS SHOB CO. 



JEROME B. DESNOYERS, 

PRESIDENT, 
DESNOYKRS SHOB CO. 




JOHAN JOHANSEN, 

JOHANSEN BROS., 
SHOE MANUFACTURERS. 



MIKKEL JOHANSEN. 

JOHANSEN BROS., 
SHOE MANUFACTURERS. 



210 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




gk()R(;e w. mi LI us. 



VICF.-PHESIOKNT, 
WLKTIiKIMEK-SW/RTS SHOE CO. 



JEROME B. DESXOYERS, 

PKESIDEST, 
DESN OVERS SHOE CO. 




S ^ J')11A.\>KN. 



». -k , MK'> 



MIKKHL J OH AN SEN, 

J Oil AN SEN BROS., 
SHOE W ANUFACTUREBS. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



211 




GEORGE VV BROWN, 

PRESIDENT, 
THE BROWN SHOE CO. 



JOSEPH H. ROBLEE, 

VICB'PRBSIDENT, 
THE BROWN SHOE CO. 





GEORGE E. SOUTHVVrCK, 

SECRETARY, 
THE BROWN SHOE CO. 



ISAAC H. SAWYER, 



MANAGER, RUBBER DEPT. 
THE BROWN SHOE CO. 



212 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





HENRY W. PETERS, 

PRESIDENT, 
PETERS SICOE CO. 



FREDERICK W. PETERS, 

SUPERINTENDENT, 
PETERS SHOE CO. 




II. STIART BUTLER, 

ASSISTANT TREASURER. 
PETERS SHOE CO. 



F. A. SUDHOLT, 

SECRETARY, 
PETERS SHOE CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




Ill XKV \v. ri:ri:K 



I Ri.DKRicK w. n:Ti:Rs, 



I'HI MDKS r. 
I'KI IKS S1I()K C<». 



SrPFRiN rENPKNT. 
PFTKHS SHOE CO. 




I> I I'.l I I.I R, 



I-. A. Sl'DHOLT. 

^K^JRETARY. 
rETKRS SHOE 0». 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



213 




CHRISTIAN E. RAM LOS K, 

SHOE MANUFACTURER. 



CIIRISTOrilER E. HILTS, 

PRESIDENT, 
C. E. HILTS SHOE CO. 





THOMAS J. REII), 

PRESIDENT, 
T. J. REID SHOE CO. 



JAMES E. KENNEY, 

WESTERN MANAGER, 
UNITED SHOE MACHINERY CO. 



214 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




ASA W. DAY, 




PSES. DAY RUBBER CO., 
RUBBER GOODS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 



HARRY E. WAGONER, 

PRES. MONARCH RUBBER CO., 
MANUFACTURERS OF RUBBER GOODS. 




ROBERT C. DAY, 

VICE-PRESIDENT, 
DAY RUBBER CO. 



EDWARD H. GORSE, 



SECRETARY & TREASURER, 
MONARCH RUBBER CO. 



NoTMUF ST. T.OriSW.^ I\ 




jonv A. j. .siiri.rz. 

PRhhUiKN r, 
SM I LIZ BI.I I Im; CO. 



( VRUS K. U \kK. 

I AM I S CI \KK 1 f.M III k Cl 





I \n\ I\ lU'MSKV, 



'••.ntf.sr k SECRETARY, 
\K>L.-> BtLIINl. & HOSE a» 



NOTABLE ST. LOULSAXS IN 1900. 





As A \V DAV. 



fR» -. D \i ir t»PFR CO., 
<.....-. W Ui»LL...ML,L ANiJ RFTAIL. 



HARRY E. WAGON KR, 

PRi:S. MONARCH RUBBER CO., 
MAM FACTURKRS OF RUBBER GOODS. 





KDWARl) II. c;ORSK, 



SKlREIAKY & TREASURER. 
MONARCH RUBBER CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



215 




JOHN A. J. SHULTZ, 

PRESIDENT, 
SHULTZ BELTING CO. 



CYRUS E. CLARK, 

PRESIDENT, 
JAMES CLARK LEATHER CO. 





JAMES W. BYRNES. 

PRESIDENT & TREASURER, 
JAS. W. BYRNES BELTING * HOSE CO. 



EDWIN RUMSEY. 

VICE-PRESIDENT ft SECRETARY, 
JAS. W. BYRNES BELTING * HOSE CO. 



216 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




CHRISTIAN F. G. MEYER. 

PRESIDENT, 
MEYER brothers' DRUG CO. 



GUSTAV J. MEYER, 

SECRETARY, 
MEYER brothers' DRUG CO. 





THEODORE F. MEYER, 

VICE-PRESIDENT, 
MEYER brothers' DRUG CO. 



CHARLES W. WALL, 
treasurer, 

MEVER brothers' DRUG CO. 







■Hi- 







' " K I \ \ V 1< i 



. I rUAK'.l ACAL C«' 



216 



NOTAKI.E ST. LOUTSANS IN 1900. 




CURrSTIAX F. G. MEVKR, 

PRESIDENT, • 

MKYER brothers" DRUG CO. 



GUSTAY J MEYER, 
MEYER nv >:i'i:rs* drug Ci», 





Mil < .im;R1., F. MEVKR. 



CHARI.ES W. WALE. 






treasurrs, 

MEYER BR<jTHERs' DRUG CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



217 





OTTO PAUL MEYKR, 



DEPARTMENT MANAGER, 
MEYER brothers' DRUG CO. 



F. AUGUST LUYTIES, 

PRES. LUYTIES HOMEOPATHIC PHARMACY CO., 
vicepres. walker PHARMACAL CO. 




FRANK LAVVRENCK, 

PRESIDENT, 
RIO CHEMICAL CO. 



CHARLES B. COOKE, 

PRESIDENT, 
J. A. POZZONI PHARMACAL CO. 



218 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




E. HILLES LARKIN, 

LARKIN * SCHEFFER, 
MANUFACTURING CHEMISTS. 



EDWARD MALLINCKRODT, 

PRESIDENT, 
MALLINCKRODT CHEMICAL WORKS. 




SIDNEY S. BLACKWELL, 

PRESIDENT, 
BATTLE ft CO. CHEMISTS' CORPORATION. 



K. DUNCAN MELLIER. 



SECRETARY ft TREASURER, 
MELLIER DRUG CO. 



219 






* 




\l 




NOTABLE ST. LOUISAXS IX 1900. 




K. IllLI.F.S LARK IN, 

LAkKiN A SllIF.FFF.K. 
MANTF\CTIKI .0 CIIEM I.STS, 



MALLlNCKROirr. 



PRK.SIUENT, 
NCKROni CHFMICAI. VVoKKS 




K. DUNCAN MKi 



StCRETAIcy «c TRKA>« f 
MELLIER DRLG (\'. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



219 




CYRUS P. WALBRIDGE, 

PRES. J. S. MERRELL DRUG CO., 
PRES. BUSINESS MEN'S LEAGUE. 



>■' 



:OURTNEY H. WEST, 



SECRETARY, 
MOFFITT-WEST DRUG CO. 




OTTO A. WALL, 

PRESIDENT, 
OLDBERG-WALL LABORATORY CO. 



HARRY E. PAPL\, 

TREASURER, 
MOFFITT-WEST DRUG CO. 



220 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





DAVID \V. COONS, 

SECRETARY, 
PROVIDENT CHEMICAL WORKS. 



SYDNEY H. THOMSON, 

TREASURER. 
PROVIDENT CHEMICAL WORKS. 





JAMES F. BALLARD, 

PROPRIETOR, 
BALLARD. SNOW LINIMENT CO. 



LEWIS F. CAMPBELL, 

VICE-PRESIDENT, 
THE DR. J. H. MCLEAN MEDICINE CO. 



}..! } sr. i.oi 1^ ^ \- 




VU F i'Kh>. ^S ui 



220 



NOTABLK ST. LOUISANS IX 1900. 




l)A\'ll) W . I ODNS. 



-^ l).\KV I! 



')S. 



SKckF.TAKY. 
PH(AIl)tNT «IIK\1UAI. WuRKS 




.1 \MI > i". i'.Al.LAKU. 

l'Ki>IKII.l'>W!. 
1 I *K1'. «-S«>\\ I I S J Ml N r CO. 



VICF. rRESIl>h N I . 
TIIK DK. J H. MCI tAS MKDICINK Co. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



221 




CONRAD V. BISSER, 

PRESIDENT. 
DR. RATTINGER MEDICINE CO. 



WILLIAM J. MORLEY, 

MORLEY BROS., 
PROPRIETARY MEDICINES, 




JOHN GREENE. 

VICE-PRES. WRIGHT, GREENE ft WILKINSON MFG. CO., 
SHIRT MANUFACTURERS. 



HENRY BROMSCHVVIG, 

HENRY BROMSCHWIG ft CO., 

tailors' trimmings. 



222 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





ALEXANDER ROBBINS. 

PRESIDENT, 
A. ROBBINS VARNISH CO. 



NELSON C. ROBBINS, JR., 

VICE-PRESIDENT, 
A. ROBBINS VARNISH CO. 




ALEX. HENRY ROBBINS. 

SECRETARY ft TREASURER, 
A. ROBBINS VARNISH CO. 



JAMES A. REARDON, 

PRESIDENT, 
REARDON MFG. CO., GLUE, SOAPS, ETC 



222 



NOTARLK ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




ALKXAXDIR ROP.niNS, 

I'KKSIDKN r. 
A. ROBBINS VAKMSII CO. 



NKLSON C. ROHBIXS. JR.. 

Vlt K PRtSIDK.ST, 
A. KoBniNS VARNISH 01. 




MIX. lIK.VkV ROUr.INS. 

NK. .<HAHY A THKASl-RKR. 
\ Kcabll-iS VAK.NIhll Ctl. 



JAMKS A. REAR no > 

PRKSIDF.NT, 
HFAROON MFC. CO., GLUE, •»• M-S, ETC 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



223 




GKORGE P. JONKS, 

GEORGE P. JONES A CO., 
WHOLESALE OILS. 



WALTER L. FLOWER, 

WALTER L. FLOWER ft CO., 
OILS A engineers' SUPPLIES. 





HENRY C. BABCOCK, 

HENRY C. BABCOCK ft CO., 

wholesale oils. 



STEPHEN JOHNSOxN, 

department MANAGER, 
WATERS-PIERCE OIL CO. 



224 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




H. CLAY PIERCE, 

PRESIDENT, 
WATERS-PIERCE OIL CO. 



ANDREW M. FINLAY, 

VICE-PRESIDENT, 
WATERS-PIERCE OIL CO. 





CHARLES M. ADAMS. 

TREASURER, 
WATERS-PIERCE OIL CO. 



JOHN P. GRUET. 

SECRETARY, 
WATERS-PIERCE OIL CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



•225 




OSCAR L. VVIIITELAVV, 

WHITELAW BROS., WHOLESALE PAINTS, ETC., 
PRESIDENT, merchants' EXCHANGE. 



ROBERT II. WHITELAW, 

WHITELAW BROS., 
WHOLESALE PAINTS, ETC. 




WILLIAM H. TIIORNBURGII, 



EZRA 11. DYER, 



PRES. PLATT A THORNBURGH PAINT CO., 
DIRECTOR, FRANKLIN BANK. 



SECRETARY, 
MOUND CITY PAINT ft COLOR CO. 



224 



N(.>TAHLK ST. LOUISA \> ' 




\1 ADAM- 



JOHN V. ckriT. 



•> • K^ R 

I X I- OIL Cl». 



\\ Aii kn ruKCfc. «»n. CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



•225 




OSCAR L. VVIIITELAVV, 

WIIITELAW BROS., WHOLESALE PAINTS, ETC., 
PRESIDENT, merchants' EXCHANGE. 



ROBERT 11. WIIITELAW, 

WHITELAW BROS., 
WHOLESALE PAINTS, ETC. 




WILLIAM H. TIIORNBURCH, 



EZRA H. DYER, 



PRES. PLATT A THORNBURGH PAINT CO., 
DIRECTOR, FRANKLIN BANK. 



SECRETARY, 
MOUND CITY PAINT A COLOR CO. 



226 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





NORRLS B. GRKGG. 

PRESIDENT, MOUND CITY PAINT A COLOR CO., 
ANH GREGG VARNISH CO. 



VVILLI.^M H, GREGG, JR., 

VICE-PRESIDENT, 
MOUND CITY PAINT ft COLOR CO. 





I1KR\ KY V. KENT, 

PRESIDENT, 
KENT & PURDY PAINT CO. 



GEORGE W. PURDY, 



SECRETARY ft TREASURER, 
KENT ft PURDY PAINT CO. 



r. :■ ±'' 2 ,- 



.isk^'*' 



u-^ 



.-<3-' 



.1^ 



>«^*<^ 

-* 








226 



XOTABI.K ST. LOUISANS IN 1000. 





rKKSIKKNT. MOl'M) (IIY PAINI & COI.Ok tO.. 
AM) (.Klf.t; VAKMsd I <». 



WILLIAM IL (JRKC.c;, JR.. 

VITF. I'RrSIDFNT. 
Mol M) CirV PAIN I & C«»L(»R CO. 





Ill K\ I.V \ . KKXT, 

FKV^IDKNT, 
Kf N r & HI Kl)\ I'AI NT Ci 



CKOKCL \V. PL'RDV. 

SKCRKTARY & TREASURER. 
KKNT & FUROY PAIST CO, 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



227 





ADAM ROTH, 

(PECF.ASF.n,) FOUNDER OF ADAM ROTH GROCERY CO., 
WIIOLF.SAI.F. GROCF.RS. 



JACOB FURTII, 

PRF„S. JACOB FURTII GROCER CO., 
WHOLESALE GROCERS. 




WILLIAM E. SCHWEPri:, 

PRFS. SCHWEPPE GROCER CO., 
WHOLESALE GROCERS. 



IJKNJAMIN W. CLARK, 

PRES. BENJAMIN W. CLARK GROCERY CO., 
WHOLESALE GROCERS. 



228 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




CLINTOX E. UDKLL. 

C. E. UDELL ft CO., 
WHOLESALE BUTTER. CHEESE, ETC. 



ALFRED BEVIS. 

PRESIDENT, 
WESTERN ROCK SALT CO. 





AUGUST C. L. HAASK. 



PRESIDENT, 
A. C. L, HAASE ft SONS FISH CO, 



( HARLES A. COX, 

cox ft GORDON, 
PORK PACKERS. 





# 



■.•4 :--*S- 






.. .< 




NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN \im. 




( i.ixroN K. i;i)KLL. 

C. E. UOEIL & CO., 
WlKiILSAl.E Bi:iTKK. CUKKST. F. I C. 



AMREI) inc\ IS. 

HHtSUnt.NT, 
WKSIKKN ROCK SALT CO. 





.1 Sr C. L. HAASF,. 

Phi -It'E.NT. 
M ^ Sv»^ ft SONS Fl^H < 



CHARLES A. COX. 

cox A <.OR[><1N. 
Pt'HK PACKERS. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



229 




VVILLTAM J. KINSELLA, 

PRESinENT * TREASURKR, 
IIANI.F.Y A KINSKI.LA COFFKE & SPIlF. r«>. 



EDWARD VVESTEN, 

PRESIDENT, 
EDWARO WESTEN TEA h SPICE CO. 





JULIUS J. SCIIOTTEX. 

WILLIAM SCHOTTEN A CO., 
WHOLESALE TEAS. 



KRXST ROnVX, 

PRESIDENT, 
AROMA COFFEE & SPICE CO. 



230 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





CYRUS F. BLAXKK, 

PRES. C. F. BLANKE TEA * COFFEE CO., 
PRES. UNION club; DIR. JEFFERSON BANK. 



RICHARD II. BLANKE, 

SECRETARY ft TREASURER^ 
C. F. BLANKE TEA ft COFFEE CO. 




CIIARLKS STOFFRKC.KX, 



PRKSIOFNT, 
STEINWENDER STOFFREGF.N COFFEE CO. 



Al'C.rSTl S J. WALTER, 

SECRETARY, 
FLOIIR-W ALTER CANDY CO. 



1 



\< )'! \ !. 



!.' .1 1- 





\1'<.I ST H. 151 .\\KI„ 



OSCOOh H. I'K» kll \M 



r R I s 1 1 ) I- \ r . 

HI \\ KK & Hko. ( ANDV I 




XOTABLK ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




(YRIS F. r.L.WKK. 

I'KIS. C. F. HIANKF 1KA A (OIFKK CO.. 
IKIS. I Nlns I I I'M; |)I«. JKFFI,kSf>\ |1A\K. 



RICIlAKn II. HLA.NKK. 

SFC KKTAKY & TKF.ASURER, 
r. F. BIANKK TEA * COFFKE CO. 





( II M--! I.> .S'KH lUI.C.KX. 

I'HJ -loKNT, 



^rc.rsn s j. waltkk. 

SEt KFTAKY, 
Finilk WAI rtK CANDY CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



231 




Ar(;U.ST U. BL.WKK, 

PRESIDKNT. 
RLANKE * BRO. CANDY CO. 



()S(;()OI) H. PKCKIIAM, 

PRESIDENT, 
(). II. PECK HAM CANDY MFG. CO. 




FRANK D. SEWARD, 

PRESIDENT. 
F. D. SEWARD C«)N FECTION ERY CO. 



CIIARLKS F. WFNXKKKR, 

PRES. WENNEKER-MORRIS CANDY CO., 
COLLECTOR OF THE REVENUE. 



232 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




LEWIS D. DOZIER, 

MANAGER, DOZIER BAKERY, 
niRECTOR. MERCIIANTS-LACI.EDE NAT. HANK. 



AUGUST MANEWAL, 

MANAGER, 
MANEWAL-LANGE BAKERY. 




LEOPOLD FREUND, 

PRES. FREUND BROS. BREAD CO., 
DIRECTOR SOUTH SIDE BANK. 



CHAl TRALX K. LACKLAND, 

PRESIDENT, 
PLOWS CANDY CO. 



^ = • i'\!:: i •;■ i )' ].-. \ v^ !\ 





2^J 



NOTAP.LE ST. Lr)UlS\KS IN IPOO. 





LKW IS 1). I)()Z1I:K, 

MAN'AC.ER. IK>ZIF.K BAKKRY, 
liIRH lOR, M FK( II ANTS LACl.Kr>F, NAT. TANK. 



AUG I' ST MANKWAL, 

MAN ACER, 
MANEWAL-LANUE BAKERY. 




LM H'(.)LI) I'RKUM), 

^- fWM NO HROS HRKAU CO., 
Kt . t . .R M." I II SlUE BANK. 



CHAFI-RAIX K. LACKLAND. 

PRESIDENT, 
PLOWS CANDY CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



233 




ROIJKRT THAL, 

PRESIDENT, 
RED CROSS VINECJAR CO. 



JEVVETT WAGONER, 

MFG. PICKLES. SAUCES, VINEGAR, ETC., 
DIRECTOR, LINCOLN TRUST CO. 




ADOLPH BRAUN, 

SECRETARY * TREASURER, 
DODSON -BRAUN M AN UFACTURINg' CO. 



JOnX W. DODSON, 

PRESIDENT, 
DODSON-BRAUN MFG. CO., PICKLES. 



234 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1000. 





JOHN S. DUNHAM, 

PRES. DUNHAM MFG. CO.^ MFRS. COCOANUT, 
DIRECTOR, THIRD NATIONAL BANK. 



J. CIIARLESS CABANNE, 

PRESIDENT. 
ST. LOUI.S DAIRY CO. 




WILLIAM ('.. DUNHAM, 

SF.CRKTAKY, 
DUNHAM .MANIKACTURING CO. 



JAMKS M. GOOD, 



DRl'GGIST, DEAN OF FACULTY, SCHOOL OF PHARMACY, 
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY. 




•m^ ' ;• '«<;' 




t 






234 



XOTAHLI-: ST. LOUISAXS IN 1900. 




}(n\ \ > •■• MIAM, 




J'KKS. DINMAM 



. \! VkS. cm OAN IT. 

NAlUiNAI. BANK. 



J. CHAKLKSS CAr..\.\M:. 

IkK>n>KNT. 
ST. I.olIS PAIKV CO. 




W 




W II II \\| (.. Dl'MLWI, 

VI. U i I A K Y , 
I.' \ II s M -1 SN ' I- A( I IHINC, C<». 



JAMI.S M. Goul), 
iiRi(.<.isi, l•^^^• ok fac i i.tv. scnooi. of pharmacv, 

\\ ASIIINI.IO.N L N IVFRM TY. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



235 




JAS. F. EWING, 

PRESIDENT ft GENERAL MANAGER, 
J. F. EWING SALT CO. 



HAMILTON DAUGHADAY, 

PRESIDENT, 
CRYSTAL WATER CO. 




VIRGINIUS O. SAUNDERS, 

PRESIDENT, 
ST. LOUIS WATER PURIFYING CO. 



EXNO SANDKR, 

PRESIDENT, 
ENNO SANDER MINERAL WATER CO. 



236 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1000. 




PAUL MOLL, 

VICE-PRESIDENT, 
A. MOLL GROCER CO. 



EDWARD CORNET, 

CORNET BROS., 
STAPLE * FANCY GROCERIES. 




X 




LOUIS IDLER, 

SF.CRF.TARY & THKASURER. 
A. MOLL GROCER CO. 



HENRY A. CORNET, 

CORNET BROS., 
STAPLE * FANCY GROCERIES. 



2.>6 



XOr.ABLK ST. LoriSWS IN VM)i\. 




PAUL MOLL, 

VK F rKKSIIiKNT. 

A. .MOIL ';rochk C» 



LDW.XRD CORXKT, 

Cf>RNKT BROS., 
STAPLE A FANCY GROCER IKS. 




II I 




I < )l L-^ IhLKK, 



lIK.VkV A. C(»K\I 



• !> . *, IKf AM UFK. 
■I t <.k.'i Kk CO. 



lOKNFT BR"S. 
I API F & FANCY '.«" 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN lf)00. 



237 




JOHN L. BOLAXI), 

PRESIDENT, 
JOHN L. BOLAND B(K)K A STATIONERY CO. 



NORMAN J. COLMAN, 

PUBLISHER "COI-MAN's Rl'RAL WORLD.' 
SECRETARY OF AORIClTLTrRE. 1 889. 




NATHAN I). THOMPSON. 

PRES. N. D. THOMPSON PUBLISHING CO., 
SUBSCRIPTION BOOKS AND PERIODICAL PUBLISHERS. 



JAMKS H. CHAMBKRS. 

J. H. CHAMBERS & CO., 
BOOK PUBLISHERS. 



238 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





II r:\RY R. STRONG, 

publisher, 
"national druggist." 



WILLIAM E. BARNS, 

EDITOR "age of STEEL," 
AND "ST. LOUIS LUMBERMAN.' 





IRL R. HICKS, 

EDITOR "word ft works/' 

AUTHOR "rf:v. irl r. hicks' almanac' 



CALVIN K. REIFSNIDER, 

PRES. MIDLAND PUBLISHING CO., 
PUBLISHERS OF "tIIE FARM MACHINERY.' 











t"?^ 




2.VS 



NOTAP.LF. ST. LOUISWS IX l<»or». 




Ill xuv K. STKOXC; 

IM Ul.ISIlKK. 
"national I)Kl'i.<;iST."" 



W ILLIAM K. r.ARXS, 

KflTOR "A^K OF STKF.L," 
AM» ST. LiUIS I.r \l »,ER\! AX. 





IKl R IIKKS, 



'■kl' A WoKKS, 

I. II It K~. AI.,M ANAC. 



CALVIN K. REIFSMDER, 

rju s. nudi.am) rLm.isiiiNG co., 

ITR! ISIIKKS OF "tIIK KAKM MACHINERY. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



239 




KDWARI) G. LKWIS, 

PRESIOENT, 
THE MAIL ORDER PUBLISHING CO. 



HOWARD E. NICHOLS, 

SECRETARY & TREASURER, 
THE MAIL ORDER PUBLISHING CO. 




\VM. J. GILIIERT, 

(DFCEASED.) PRKS. 1880-1806, GILBERT BOOK CO.. 
LAW BOOK PUBLISHERS. 



M.VFTHKW J. GILTIKRT, 

PRESIDENT, I 896- 1900, 
GILBERT BOOK CO. 



240 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1000. 




WrXTHROP G. CIIAPPELL. 

VICE-PRESIDENT, 
ST. LOUIS PAPER CO. 



ADDISON WEEKS. 

AGENT, 
INTERNATIONAL PAPER CO. 





FRANXIS C. WOOD, 

PRESIDENT A MANAGER, 
A. N. KELLOGG NEWSPAPER CO. 



HERNARD THALMAXN, 

PRESIDENT, 
TIIALMANN PRINTING INK CO. 





V l< i > 



J40 



NOTABLF ST. LOUISANS IN l!»00. 




\\ ix'mk()r r.. cii ai'I'KI. 



Vt( E PKl.SiltKNT. 

r. i.ofis ! AiT.K c:< 



AOmSOX W KF.KS. 

AGl-AT. 
IM ERNArlONAL PAPKR CO. 




%• V '.» 1 '^ C Wool). 



» ^^Al.^R. 
. > I' \ r I K c< ». 



IIKRXARI) TIIALMANX. 

PRF..=.IDENT, 
THALMANN PRINTING INK C»> 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



241 




\VILLL\.M H. WOODWARI), 

PRESIDENT, 
WOODWARD ft TIERNAN PRINTING CO. 



J. HUMPHRKYS Il.WVKS, 

VICE-PRESIDENT, 
WOODWARD ft TIERNAN PRINTING CO. 





ROHKRT imCILWAX. 



WALTKR n. WOODWARI), 



SECRETARY, 
W(H)DWARD ft TIERNAN PRINTING CO. 



MANAGER, 
WOODWARD ft TIERNAN PRINTING CO. 



242 



XOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1000. 




GR()U(;K I). nARXART), 

PRKS. GEO. n. HARNARI) ft CO.. 
PRINTERS AND BLANK BOOK M FRS. 



niARI.KS M. SKINNKR. 

PRESIDENT, 
BUXTON ft SKINNER STATIONERY CO. 




I.onS J. \V. WALL. 
I'RKS. Ar«;r.sT (;asi bank note a mtiio. co.. 

nlHK< TOR, IKFFKKSON HANK, 



CHAS. K. WARL, 
printer and ptblisiier. 











i 




f 




XOTAP.Li: ST. ],OUiS.\XS IN 1!>00. 




(.i:()K(ii-. I). r.Aiv'NAUi), 

l-KKS. (,Kt). II. HAR\AKI) & CO., 
I'klSllkS ANi» KIANK UDOK \1IKS 



( IIARLKS M. SKIWKR. 

I'RKSIIiKNl , 
lUXTON * SKINNIR STATloNKRY CO. 




I '. 11 I.- .1 W W ALL, 



1 1 .\ 1 1 rill). <■( 

\ |I\N K. 



L1L\S. !•:. WAUL, 

I'KINTFM ANO J'l'HIISIlKR. 



NOTABr.E ST. LOUISAXS IN 1000. 



243 




(IKORGK A. B.XKKR. JR., 

PRESIDENT, 
STEPHENS LITHOGRAPHING & ENGRAVING CO. 



RICHARD J. COMPTO.X, 

(deceased), FOL'NDER of THE 
COMPTON A SONS LITHOGRAPHING ft PRINTING CO, 




KDWLX F. (IRKKN, 

SECRETARY * TREASl'RER. 
STEPHENS LITHOGRAPHING A KNfJRAVING CO. 



V. C'LKVKLANI) C'O.M l»T().\. 

PRESIDENT ft MANAGER, 
COMPTON A SONS LITnf)GRAPn I NT. A PRINTING C(». 



244 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





WVATT SHALLCROSS. 



WILLIAM B. BECKTOLI), 



PRESIDENT, 
SIIALI, CROSS PRINTING A STATIONERY CO, 



PRESIDENT, 
BECKTOLD PRINTING ft BOOK MFG. CO. 





ALPIIONSO WIIIPIM.K, 

PRINTER & Prni.ISIlER, 
PITBI.IMIER WIIIpn.ES DAILY FIRE REPORTER. 



STKW ART SCOTT, 

PRESIDENT, 
STEWART SroTT PRESS ROOM CO. 



■'*. IP- 




• -3 



y -'.^sfHiL:!^ 



:v- ri-'' 








^'■- ^^ 




2\A 



xoTAr.i.i: ST. LorisAXs ix looo. 



/ 





W N A i r >11A!.1.CK( )SS. 
I'Ki >r.)i. N T, 

SIIAI I (koSs I-KIN11S<, & StATlO.NKKY 



W II.IJ \M V, l;i:( KTOI.D. 



I'HIMULN r. 
hKKTOll) J'RINriNC & BOOK M K.. (( 





M I'll' 'N^o W Kiri'I.I-.. 

• •I-I V ' I Kt 4 IM Kl |s|I FK. 
. „ w.illTIJ V I.AIIV KIKK J<H'(>HIKk. 



STi:\\ ART SCOTT. 

rRKSItiKS I , 
STKWAHT '••on rRKs> UnOM O). 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



245 




COXRAD BUDKE, 



VICE-PRESIDENT, 
NELSON CMESMAN tt CO., ADVERTISING AGENTS. 



KVVIXG HILL, 

PRESIDENT, 
WESTERN ADVERTISING CO. 




IIKR\L\N VV. K.A.STOR, 

PRESIDENT, 
II. VV. KASTOR & SONS ADVERTISING CO. 



ARTFIUR J. BARNES, 

PRESIDENT, 
BARNES' BUSINESS COLLEGE. 



246 



NOTART.E ST. T.OUISANS IN 1000. 



\ 





JOFIX G. liOIIMKR, 

PRINCIPAL, 
JONEs' COMMERCIAL COLLEC.E. 



JOSKIMI II. IIARR, 

PRESIDENT, 
BARR A WIDEN MERCANTILE AOENCY. 





WILLIAM S. ANTHONY, 

EX-ASSISTANT TNITEn .STATES 
DISTRICT AITORNF.V, 



JOSKI'II B. WIDEN, 

SKCRETARY & TREASl'RRR. 
IIARR A WIDEN MERCANTILE AC.FNCY. 



'^. 






246 



XOTAT^LF. ST. LOLMSAXS IN 1000. 





.loii.N c. r.(Ui.Mi:R, 

PKI N< ir-Ai., 

J ( ) N r s r. > \i \i K M r i a l C( *i.<. K( ; c. 



joSKril 11. H.\UR. 

rKKSIDFNT, 
HAKR * WIDKN MERCANTILK Ar.HNtY 




Will I \M S A.\ TllO.W. 




N I r» II STATJ-S 
A 1 I .iKN KN . 



JOSKPII W. WIDEN. 

.SF< KKTAHY A TRF.ASl'K F.R. 
riAkk A WIDKN M KKIA.N r lI.E A<;rNCY. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1000. 



247 




IIKNRY H. CURTIS, 

PRESIDENT, 
SCARRITT-COM STOCK Fl'RNlTl'RE CO. 



IIOR.XTK) \. DAVI.S, 

PRES. SMITH & DAVIS MFG. CO., 
IR(1N BEDSTEADS AND SPRING BEDS. 





CIIARLKS A. Lor.KMAX, 

PRESIDENT, 
F. II. I.or.EMAN CHAIR MFC. CO. 



JOHN FI. C()XRAI)i:.S, 

PRESIDENT, 
J. II. CONRADF.S CHAIR A PARl.«fR FIRNITI'RE CO. 



248 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





HARRY S. HOFFMAN, 

VICE-PRESIDENT. 
IIELI.ER A HOFFMAN CHAIR MANUFACTURING CO. 



FRKDERICK W. HANPETFCR, 

MANUFACTURER OF FURNITURE. 




m:ti:r ii. mkllon. 



PRES. PETER H, M Kl.l.ON M AN UFACTl'RI N(; CO. 
HRASS AND IRON HKOSTEADS. 



JOHN J. SCHLANGE. 



LEAF TOBACCO. 



.''' \ ^r i ( >ris\.\s 



249 



^MSSLV^^^ 




MLKS H. FO.^' IK 

\V\\ TRKASl'RER * M*SN<.j,t 
» ^ MH;. iO., DEI) Sl'nlN'.s I I 




M.OVS .\J i:\XK. 

^ M H HE. fARFETS. EIC. 



248 



ABU- ST. T.OUISANS IX lUOO. 





IIAKKV S. IIOI-IMAX, 

VI CF. I'KKSll'KN T. 
IIKI.IKH i HUFFMAN ClIMK M A S l' FAl' I 1/ R I N r. CO. 



KK.DKRICK W. HANl'i: 1 KR. 



M AM'KAt riRhH OF FfRNlli RF. 




I'l I I R II. MI'.I.i.OX, 
> •' .1 ^^^tl|)\ \l \\ tFACl IKl N 



jnnx J. scm.AXGi-:. 

I.KAF ToBAt CO, 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



249 




ANTON BOEKER, 

PROPRIETOR, 
AMERICAN RATTAN WORKS. 



NILES H. FOSTER, 

SECRETARY, TREASURER ft MANAGER, 
FOSTER BROS. MFG. CO., BED SPRINGS, ETC. 




FRED H. INGALLS, 

FURNITURE, CARPETS, ETC. 



ALOYS MENNE, 

FURNITURE, CARPETS, ETC. 



250 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




LOUIS STKAl S. 

SECKKTARY A TREASURER. 
TItE BROADWAY FURNITURE A CARPET CO. 



CFIARLKS M. WKMPXKR, 

PRE.SIDENT, 
FAY GAS FIXTURE CO. 




C.XRRITT II. OLIVKR, 

PRESlllENT, 
G. H. OLIVKR WALL PAPER CO. 



C.KORC.K A. NFAVCOMB. 

PRESIDENT, 
NEWC<mB BROS, WALL PAPER CO. 





I i v^l- \.M \\ \. 



I S' { >; .. I 



r V , \sl KIR. 

I'll !■> I r \I HI R CO. 



X< )TAHI.K ST. Lr)LTTS.\XS IN 1000. 




LoriS STKAIS. 

>K<HF1AKY A rHKASl'KKR. 
I UK HKuJ*|i\VA"i HKMllKK ft (AKI'Kr CK. 



ciiARLKs M. w i:mpm:r. 

PRKSIPENT, 
FAY r.AS FtXTURE CO. 




. . Mv'Un I II. ()1.!\ I.R, 



cm Mi>! \ r. 

! \ I K U \I I fAPKR CO. 



(."KOUCK .\. XKWCOMn. 

PRFSIUENT, 
NKUCOMB HRO.S. WALL PAPER CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1000. 



251 




.XKLSON C. CFIAI'MAN, 

PRESIDENT, 
F.MJ CLAIRE-ST. LOUIS LUMBER CO. 



CHARLES MARBK.S, 

VICE-PRESIDENT, 
EAU CLAIRE-ST. LoUIS LUMBER CO. 





JULIUS SEIDEL, 

SECRETARY, 
EAU CLAIRE-ST. LOinS LUMBER CO. 



CHARLES LIXSENMAXX, 

TREASURER, 
EAU CLAIRE-ST. LOUIS LUMBER CO. 



252 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




GEORGE E. HIBBARD, 

STEELE ft HIBBARD, 
HARDWOOD LU.\fBER DEALERS. 



WILLIAM H. STEELE. 

STEELE * HIBBARD, 
DIRECTOR, JEFFERSON BANK. 





HENRY GAUS, JR., 

PRESIDENT, 
HENRY GAUS * SONS MFG. CO., SASH, DOORS, ETC. 



FRANK D. COLE, 

PRES. COLE * GLASS MFG. CO., 
SASH, DOORS ft BLINDS. 








. ?*tis T"?-. 



r^jS 





B^• V M I 1 . .1 r.»-H 



252 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




SIKKI E * HiaRAkO, 
HARIiWOOl) LLMKER DEALERS. 



WII.IJAM H. STKKLK, 



STEELE ft HIBBARD. 
DIRECTOR. JEFFERSON BANK. 





IIIAKY CAIS. JR.. 



A SONS MKC. CO., SASH. m»ORS, ETC. 



FR.ANK D. COLE, 

PRKS. COLE ft GLASS MFG. CO., 
SASH, DOORS ft BLINDS. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



253 




CHARLES C. RAINWATER, 

PRES. HOLLADAY-KLOTZ LAND ft LUMBER CO., 
PRES. ST. LOUIS merchants' BRIDGE TERM. RY. CO. 



CURTIS M. JENNINGS. 

BERT HOLD ft JENNINGS, 
LUMBER. 




SAMUEL H. FULLERTON, 



WILLIAM BAGNELL, 



PRESIDENT, 
CHICAGO LUMBER ft COAL CO. 



PRESIDENT, 
BAGNELL TIMBER CO. 



254 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1000. 




ClIARLKS REHBIUN, 

VICE-PRESIDENT, 
RIDPI.E. RF.IIREIN MFG. CO., Pl.AXISr. M ll.l.S. 



HKXRY REHBEIX, 



SECRETARY, 
RIDDLE. REIIBEIN MANUFACTURING CO. 




HARRY RIESE.NBERG, 

ST. U»r IS SASH ft DOOR WORKS, 
PLANING MILLS. 



GEORGE T. RIDDLE, 

PRES. RIDDLE. REIIBEIN MFG. CO., 
PRES. ft TREAS. CARTHAGE MARBLE ft WHITE LIME CO. 



.±m^»J^ , 





. '^•^\ W' ■ > ,)\ \ f »^ . 











IN \ K\ I . X () n , 

I Mrs VIs^t.lKI & Il.l.INol.v lOAL CO. 



254 



XOTAIU.K ST. LOIMSXXS 1\ 1.000. 




( iiAUiJis i<i:iiniJ.\, 

\ I( K I'HKSir>ENT, 
KIlMil F.. RI.IIIIKIN MK;. CO., IlANINr. Mlll.^. 




f ^i4 



> 



J 



11 i:\KY kKlllU-.IX, 

SKTRKI ARY, 
KIUMI.E. RKIIRKIN M AN L' h AC I I'KI \ C 




iiAKkv RiKsi:\in:K(; 



(IKOKC.l-: T. RIDDU:. 



>*MI A r>Oi>R Works 
I'l ^^l Ni; \i ill >. 



I'RKS. klODIF. RKIIBKIN MFG. CO., 
PKKS. & TkKAS. (AKIIIAi.K MARIU.K A WHITE I.I M F 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



255 




OLIVKR L. GARRIS()N, 

PRESIDENT, 
Bir. Ml'DDY COAL A FRON CO. 



EDWARD DEVOY, 

PRES. DEVOV * FEUERBORN, COAL ft COKE CO.. 
DIRECTOR, INTERNATIONAL BANK OF ST. L. 




EDGAR T. WELLES, 

PRESIDENT, 
THE CONSOLIDATED COAL CO. OF ST. LOUIS. 



IIE.XRY C. SCOTT, 

PRES. LACLEDE POWER CO., 
PRES. MISSOURI ft ILLINOIS COAL CO. 



256 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




WILLIAM S. SCOTT, 

VICE-PRESIDENT, 
MISSOURI * ILLINOIS COAL CO. 



ALBKRT L. BERRY. 

VICE-PRESIDENT, 
BERRY-HORN COAL CO. 





HUGH S. GRAVKS, 

SECRETARY, 
MISSOURI ft ILLINOIS COAL CO. 



FRANK A. NAGEL. 

VICE-PRESIDENT, 
consumers' BREWING CO. 



256 



NOTABLE ST. LOU ISA XS IN 1900. 




WILLIAM S. SCOTT, 

VICE rUEMDENT, 
MI^SOLKl & ILLINOIS COAL CO. 



ALBKRT L. ULRRV. 

VICE-PRESinK.NT, 
BERRY-HORN COAL CO. 





in (ill .S. CKAN KS, 

.Shi KKTARY, 
,MoL HI A ILLINOIS C<iAL Co. 



FRANK A. XAC.EL, 

VICE-rRFi>lDENT, 

Consumers' brewing co. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



257 




THOMAS J. HALPIN, 

MANAGER, 
AMERICAN CLl'E CO. 



ORTON C .SIIMDI). 

VICE-PRESIDKNT k GENERAL MANAGER. 
CREVE COEl'R LAKE ICE CO, 




W H-I.IAM S. WAI.KKR. JR., 

MANAGER. 
RKCK-WAl-KER COAL CO. 



MAX TAMM, 

PRESIDENT. 
TAMM ICE & COLD STORAGE C<>. 



256 



XOTARLK ST. LOUISAXS IN 1900. 




\\ ILl.lAM S. SiOIT. 



AhnKRT L. BKRRV, 



Vlt K I'Rf>Il'KST. 
MISSolKI & llllMil^ CiJAL CO. 



VIC K-PK ESI DENT, 
BKRRY-MORN Cl>AL CO. 





I K.\.\K A. NAG EL, 

vie El'KF.SI DENT, 

consumers" brewing CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



257 




THOMAS J. HALPIX, 

MANAGER, 
AMERICAN r.I.UE CO. 



oRTox c. sii::i)i). 

VICE-PRESIDENT A GENERAL MANAGER. 
CREVE COEUR LAKE ICE CO. 




WILLIAM S. WAI.KKR. JR.. 

MANAGER. 
BKCK-WAI-KFR COAL C<>. 



MAX TAMM. 



PRKSIUENr. 
TAMM ICE ft COLU STORAGE C«). 



258 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




GUSTAV A. WILL. 

GENERAL MANAGER, 
SOUTHERN COOPERAGE CO. 



ROBERT L. VVIRTHLIX. 



PRESIDENT, 
SOUTHERN COOPERAGE CO. 




CIIARLKS WUXDERLTCH, JR., 

SECRETARY, 
CMARt-ES WUNfiERLlCH COOPERAGE CO. 



WILLLX.M IL LANGDALE. 

PRESIDENT, 
AMERICAN STORAGE & MOVING CO. 



259 






258 



iLK ST. LdUIS \NS IN um. 




(iUblAV A. WILI,. 

r;FNERAL MANAf.ER, 
SOUTH F.HN' COOPEkACE C<». 



ROIJKRT L. WIKIIILIN. 



PRESIDENT, 
SOUTHERN OHJPERAr.E 0>. 




( II \kLKs w rNnKRuni. jr.. 



SE( HI TARY. 
Vt v.|i»Rl.Hn lOOPEKAC.E CO. 



wiLiJAM H. i.Axr.nALi:. 

PRESIDENT, 
AMERICAN ST«»RA<;E A MOVINH CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



259 





HKNRY ZIKCKNIIKIX, 

MAYOR OF ST. LOUIS. 



CIIARLKS SCUDDER, 

CITY TREASURER. 




ROUT. E. McMATH, 

PRESIDENT, 
BOARD OF PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS. 



JSAAC M MASOX, 

CITY AUDITOR, 
PRESIDENT, merchants' EXCHANGE, 1892. 



260 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




JOHN C. LYONS, 

INSPFXTOR OF WEIC.IITS A MF.ASURKS 



FREDERICK C. MEIER, 

COMMISSIONER OF SUPPLIES. 





CHAKLKS r. lUCGlNS, 

EXCISE COMMISSIONER. 



TIIKODORK 1). K.XJ.BFELL, 

LICENSE COMMISSIONER. 







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df'A) 



NOT. MM. F. ST. I.Ol'ISAXS IX 10<m». 




.101 1. \ C. LYONS. 

1S>I'I< T'lH OF WKIf.lITS A MIAMKtrs 



I kl-.DK.KK K r. MKIRR, 

COM MI^IoNF.R f)F SIJ-PIIKS. 





( IIAKI.IN ]\ IIICC.IN^ 

I \ I |N| COM \I IvsIONhR. 



IIII.ODOKl- 1). KAI.IJKKLL, 

IIlKNSK Cose VIlSSFttS tR. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



261 




JOHN W. CAMIMJKLL, 

CHIEF OF POLICE. 



JOHN N. lUCKKL, 



AS.SISTANT CHIEF OF POLICE. 




t'll.XRLKS E. SWINC.LKY. 

CHIEF. 
FIRE DEPART ME.NT. 



CIIARLKS EVANS, 

CHIEF, 
UNDER WRITERS* SALVAGE CORPS. 



262 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1000. 





KM ILK <;. RKMMKRS, 



WILLIAM C. NOLTE. 



SI^PKRIN TKNDKNT. 
rooK llorSK. 



SUPERINTENDENT, 
HOUSE OF REFUGE. 




C. WILLIAM KOKXK; 



CI.KRK, 
PRUBAIE COl'KT. 



ARCHIBALD CARR. 

CLKRK. CIRCUIT COURT. 
CRIMINAL niVISlUN. 



• I ' - \ > -> ; ^. 



v> 







XOTAIILK ST. LOCTSAXS IX lIMio. 





KM 1 1.1. (.. Ki \i.\ii:ks. 



IKKl N IIS HIM . 

»'1»I1K IlKlSl-,. 



WFLLIAM C. NOLTK, 

SI!|'KRINTK.NI»ENT, 

HOUSE OF ri:fim.;e 




ARcnir.ALL) (AKK. 



PHt.HAfK rolKl 



1 1 KRK. rrk( I ir i:<Mkr. 

CRIMINAL (l|\ISI()N 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



263 





THOMAS FURLOXG, 

PRESIDENT, 

furlong's secret service CO. 



LOUIS C. BO I ILK, 

U. S. MARSHAL, 
EASTERN DISTRICT OF MISSOURI. 





inCXKY J. BUS, 

PRF.S. OF SCHOOL BOARD, 1 896-97. 



CIIAUXCKY L FILLEY, 

POSTMASTER OF ST. LOUIS, 1873-f 



264 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1000. 







CLARKNCE A. SINCLAIR, 

SEC. SI.NCLAIR-HOLLAND PAINTING CO.. 
COL. FIRST REG. N. G. .MO, 



LIEUT.-COL. AMOS STICKXEV, 

CHARGE U. S. A. ENGINEER OFFICE. 
PRESIDENT, MISSOURI RIVER COMMISSION. 




AIJ'RKI) J. AF.OE, 



JA.MES ARBUCKLE. 



FIRST LIKl'TKNANT. 
TWELFTH U. S. INFANTRY. 



MANAGER, 
LATIN -AM ERIC AN CLl'B & FOREIGN TRADE ASS'n. 



LOUISANS IN 1900. 



265 






\i ' .' - I \ t • t\ !•' >\. 



S. I'l.KKY. 



rRK-^IDKNT. 
IRA PKHKY PIE CO. 




264 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISA^' 




CI.ARKXC K A. SI.\( LAIR 



^l(. '^'NCLAIR-IK.LI AM) rAINTIV.; CO 



Il.l I. COI.. AMOS Slit K\ K\ 



( IIAK(.E U. S. A. KNt.INtKR OFJUF 
f'KKSri>FNT, Mf>SOlHI RIVKk CO\:Mr»|. 




AIJ-UKl) J. ALOF. 



FTH-vT riKI'IKNAM, 
' -^ 11 r III IT. s. ISI.\S7H\ 



JAMKS ARllL'CKLi:. 



MANAGFR. 
LMIV AMIRMAN CLl'n & F(,RF.rON TRAUF. ASSN 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



265 




AUC.UST A. COX IK) \, 

BAKER. 



M. HARVKV ALKXAXDKR, 

UNDERTAKER, 



S. PERRY, 

PRESIDENT, 
IRA PERRY PIE CO. 




CIIARLKS MAULL, JR., 

PRESIDENT, 
CHARLES MAULL MACARONI CO. 



266 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





ADAM SHATTIXGICR, 



OSCAR A. FIELD. 



VICE-PRESIDENT, 
SIIATTINGER PIANO ft MUSIC CO. 



PRESIDENT, 
O. A. FIELD PIANO CO. 





HOMKR MOORK, 



SAMUEL W. GUMPERTZ, 



MANAGER, THE ODEON. 



.managi:r imperial theater. 




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NOTAHLl-: ST. LOL ISAXS IX 1900. 





ADAM SlIAiriNr.I.R. 



VK K I'RFSIHKNT, 
SHAlTI\(;i.R PIANO ft Ml'SlC CO. 



OSCAR A. IIF.LT). 

PRESinENT. 
O. A. FIELD PIANO iii. 





ii()Mi:r moork, 

MANA<;fc:K. Till-. ODKON. 



SAM LIT- W. CUMPKRTZ, 

MANAt-.KR IMPERIAL TIlFAlfH. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



267 




HORACE p. DIBBLE, 

CONCERT SINGER ft VOCAL INSTRUCTOR, 



ALBERT B. GREEN, 

ARTIST ft DESIGNER. 
MEMBER, BOARD OP EDUCATION. 




CHARLES HUMPHREY, 

CONCERT SINGER ft VOCAL INSTRUCTOR. 



ALEXANDER HEX NEMAN, 

CONCERT SINGER & VOCAL INSTRUCTOR. 



268 



NOTABr.E ST. LOUISANS IN 1000. 





I- RANK B. YORK, 

PRESIDENT, 
YORK-KEY MERCANTILE CO, 



THOMAS DUNN, 

PRESIDENT, 
THOMAS DUNN LOAN, STORAGE ft MERCANTILE CO. 




JACOB STOCK i:, 




GARDENER & FRUIT GROWER. 
PRESIDHNT. PROGRESS PRESS BRICK & MACHINE CO. 



MKVKR BAUMAN, 

PRKS. I.. BAUMAN JEWELRY CO., 
WHOLESALE JEWELERS AND IMPORTERS. 







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SCIIoI I vl 111 < KH h \\ ■ 



\Mr\l;i.| sr. LOUIS \XS IX lOur* 





I RANK II. ^'ORK, 

I'KKSlOKN T. 
V'>KK KKV M I |<( AS I II K <:« 



THOMAS nrw. 



Mn.<inENT. 

THOMAS f'l N S L<'\V, ST«)RA<.F A MKIUKMHI 




.IA(()1'. srocKK 




(.AHDKSJK A FHIII (;R<>\VIR. 
. 1 ^HlM.KI■^S r-RI 'iS HKIl K A MA( IIINK 



MKVKR 15 A UMAX. 

I'kKS. I. BMMAN TEW FI RY CO.. 
WllollSAIF jKWKIFRS AND IMJ'ORTCR.S 



NOTABLE ST. LOUTSANS IN 1900. 



269 





L. BERTRAM CADY, 

PRES. L. BERTRAM CADY CO., 
MERCHANT TAILORS. 



ROMAN L. BISKUP, 

MERCHANT TAILOR. 





NICHOLAS GUERDAN, 

SECRETARY & TREASURER, 
THEQKERDAN HAT CO. 



L V C A S SCI I OTTM U K LLE R , 

PRESIDENT, 
SCIIOTTMI'ELLER EXPOSITION CIGAR CO. 



270 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




\Vm. II. MAYO, iz"" 



GRD. REC. <;RD. KNCAMPT. K. .T. .U.S.A.. ORD. SKC. 
GRD, CHAPTER, R.'.A.'.M.'.GRAND RKC. K.".T.". 



BKNJAMIN F. NKLSON, 

.SUPREME REPORTER, 
KNIGHTS OF HONOR. 




IIKNRY C. TATUM, 



SECRETARY, 
WESTERN COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS* ASSOCIATION. 



LOUIS T. LaBEAUME, 



NATIONAL SECRETARY, 
TRAVELERS* PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA. 



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271 




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270 



ABl.l^ Sr. ! • '( I.^ \ ^ > ! V l!«oO. 




W M. II. MAVo, j.r 



BKMAMIN F. N'KLSON. 



<;Kr. RIC <.KI» KNC XMI'T. K.* r .r.SA. r.KI>. SKC. 
<.KJ>. eil \l' IKK. R. A .".M .<;KANr) KIC. K. I . 



SriRhMK RErORTF.R. 
KNI(;iiTS OP HONOR. 




HI.XKV c. T.\ rr.M, 



\N h - I h K N < 1 I M 



SK KFTAkY. 
I FRl l.\l. I KAV I [ ^fi•>.' 



i.oris T. laceaumf:. 

NATIONAL SLCKKTARY, 
THAV^1^KH' PRinKlTIVK A.S.S(K IATI(»N f>F A.MF.RU/I 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



271 




Ili:XRY VVKAVKR, 



MANAGER, 

planters' hotel. 



JO.SKIMl L. (.RISWOLI), 

PROPRIETOR, 
LACLEDE HOTEL. 




IIKNRY C. LKWIS, 

MANAGER, 
SOUTHERN HOTEL. 



JULIUS D. ABELKS, 

SECRETARY & TREASURER, 
TERMINAL HOTEL ft ARCADE CO. 



272 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




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HENRY J. LI NX EM AX, 

COMMISSION MERCHANT. 



LEO MOSER, 

PROPRIETOR, 
MOSER HOTEL, 




JOIIX A. CA.MPBELL, 

CAMPnFLL ft REin, 
HORSE AND ML'I.E COMMISSION SALFSMK.V. 



ALBERT D. EVANS, 

STRAHORN-HUITON-EVANS COM. CO., 
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION. 



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.!>I\<^I1 AUK. JR.* 


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JAMES J. J'ARKS. 


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Fll-Ain' J. LIN M: MAX. 

COM M 1 ^v|(,.\ \t FWCIIANT. 



.Id IN A. c AMPl'.I.I.L, 

I A M nil I I. A kKII). 
^\I) Mll.K Ci'M M I^,il->N SAI,»>>II"' 



LKO MOSKR. 

FROHRIKTOR 
MCSFR HOFKL. 




ALl'.KRT n. i:\ANS, 

STRMloKN-m MOV K\A\S COM. CO. 
l.I\K STUCK COMMISSION. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



273 




IIKXRY LUEDI.NCIIAUS, JR., 

VICE-PRESIDKNT. 
LUEDINCHAUS-ESPENSCHIEI) WAGON CO. 



IIKNRY LUKDINGIIAUS, 

PRESIDENT, 
I-l'EniNGHAUS-ESPENSCIIIED WAGON CO. 





ARTHUR K. LIIKDINC.HAUS, 

SECRETARY, 
I.t'EDINGIIAUS-ESI'ENSCIIlED WAGON CO. 



JA.MKS J. PARKS, 

MANAGER, FIDELITY 
MUTTAL LIFE INS. CO. OF Pll I LADELPII lA. 



274 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1000 




NATHAN COLE, 

DIRECTOR, NAT. BANK OF COMMERCE, 
PRKS. merchants' ex., 1876; MAYOR, 1869-7O. 




ROBERT S. DAVIS, 

GENERAL FREIGHT AGENT, 
Sr. LOUIS SOUTHWESTERN RAILWAY CO. 




AUOLril B. BENKSCH. 

GEN. MANAGER. THE BENESCH ART PUBLISHING CO., 
PUBLISHERS OF FINE WORKS OF ART. 




LON SANDERS, 

PRESIDENT, 
SANDERS ENGRAVING CO. 



N*' »1 \I:L1- ^'I LOi'JSWS IX I:ion 





XA'JII.W COLR. 

I'IKM IMK, NAT. nVSK OK C « \l M f 

•■KKx \iiK. masts' F.X., kS;6; \\ a\ y 



R()I:i:rt s. d.w is. 

CF.NFkAI. r-KMr;ffT A..F\ 
Sr Lolls SIUTHU F.STFKN RAIJ.V. A^^ 




' . 'I ". I'.l M S( II. 




I.O.X saxi)i:rs 



i'kfmuknt, 

«>• KNt.RAVfNG CO. 



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N'mTAIUT. Sn TXXJISANS IN VMhi 





NATHAN ci)[j:. 



ROr.r.RT S. I)A\ 1- 



I'lKHT'iH, NAT. HANK (»K C<iMM 
I'Kh.s NlKKillAVrs' F\., 1S76; MA\ iSdO^O. 



C.ENtRAL FREIGHT At. K.N T. 
ST lOUlS SOl'TICXN ESTKRN KAIL\\AV 




ADOLTll 15. I'.KNKSCFi, 

1,1 \ \IA\A(.FR. TIIK BFNTSCII ART PrilirSMTNG CO., 
}'L lU.lMI KUS VtF FINK ^^()RKS l»F ART 




PRE.SinENT, 
SANOKRS EM.RAVING CO. 



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