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Notable St Louisans 

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. 



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Edited bv JAMES COX 

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



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St. Louis, 1900, 

the benesch art publishing co. 

publishers. 










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PUBLISHERS' ANNOUNCEMENT. 



" Notable St. Louisans 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 



►TABLE ST LOUISANS IN I' 

isting in the preparation of this work and the selec- 
tion «•! names appeal ing herein. 

Tin- • hical and press work by the Woodward & 

man Printing Company will receive universal commendation. 
The binding is by the Becktold Printing and Book Manufacturing 
Company. 

"Notabli St. I.' 'i [Sans [N 1900" will be preserved as a 
work "i reference for generations to come. Never before has 
-n complete a work of reference of its kind been published in 
Si 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 a rt 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 
ordinal 5 would involve weeks of labor and a large outlay 

ot mom 

No in. .ic appropriate year for tin- publication could have 
been selected. Tin- last quarter of the century which is now in 
it-< closing year has seen St. Louis grow into a great metropolitan 
city. ' 'nc after another Eastern rivals have been outdistanced 
both in population and manufactures. St. Louis has maintained 
its reputation foi 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 
ui.i Id 's markets. 

When tin- Static carved out of the Territory purchased by 
Thomas Jefferson decided to celebrate, by a World's Fair, the 
centennial of an event, aptly described ;is second only in impor- 
tance to the signing ot tin- Declaration of Independence, St. 
Louis was their unanimous choice tor tin- 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 206 

Adams, Benjamin S 194 

Adams, Charles M 224 

Adams, Elmer B 7 

Adams, John H 105 

Adkins, James 92 

Adreon, Edward L 96 

Aiple, Albert J 119 

Alban. Charles W 148 

Allen, Andrew A 76 

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 

Bagnell, 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 112 

Barry, Thomas J 175 

Bascome, Western 108 

Bates, Charles W 21 

Bauer, A. H 63 

Bauman, Meyer 268 

Baumgarten, Gustav 122 

Becktold, William B 244 

Beinke, August M 161 

Bell, Nicholas M 152 

Bemis, Stephen A 71 

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 1 

Birge, Julius C 178 

Bishop, C. Orrick 29 

Biskup, Roman L 269 

Bisser, Conrad V 221 

Bixby, Fred F 95 

Bixby, William K 91 

Blackwell, Sidney S 215 

Blackmer, Lucian R 172 

Blair Albert 31 

Blake, Charles R 190 

Bland, Charles C 

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 1"' ; 

Boeker, Anton 219 

Bofinger, John N 42 

Bohle, Louis C 263 

Bohmer, John G 246 

Boisselier, C. D 15!' 

Boland. John L 237 

Bolin, Charles D 103 

Bond, Henry W 

Bond, Sterling P 23 

Bond. Young H 122 

Bordley, Daniel C 154 

Boyd, William G 

Boyd, Rev. Willard W ' 



VI 



N< (TABLE ST LOUIS VNS IX 1 



INDEX 



. < r. Joseph 

1. William J 

inch, J< iseph W 

Braun, Ad< »1 1 »li 

■In. Gus. V 

ck, Robert 

Brennan, Re\ Jess< K . . 

lach, Eugene 

ckey, Smith 11 

1 I ml-' m E 

Waldo 

nsmade, 1 lobart 

■i. Lynn B 

tton, F. II 

Br< rnischw ig, I [enry . . . . 
Broi ikings, R< ibert S. . . . 

Br< >wn, Alan-' in I ) 

l'.n iwn, Charles S 

Bn iwn e W 

I'.P' iwn, Paul 

Bryan, P. Taylor 

Bryan, R. Shepard 

Bryan, William II 

Buchanan, Robert 

Buck, Myron M 

Buckner, Walker, Jr 

Budke, Conrad 

Bull, William 

Bullock, Richard B 

Burnett, Edw in * "lark. . . . 
Burnhatn, Rev. Michael. 

Burns, I .ouis N 

Bus, I lenry J 

Busch, Adolphus 

Bushnell, William M 

Butler, II. Stuart 

Butler, Wallace C 

Byi nes, James W 



177 
170 

1-1 

187 

107 

1 

L38 

195 

174 

L26 

200 

7" 
— — 

221 

:;i 
209 
180 
_'ll 
l.M 

19 
143 
156 
241 

42 
100 
245 
L08 
206 
132 
3 
170 
263 
149 

89 
212 
113 

215 



ii 



( labanne, I. < !harless 

Cady, L. Bertram 269 

 Win 

Calhoun. David R 196 

Campbell, Edward T 105 

Campbell, James 59 

Campbell, John A 272 

Campbell, John W 261 

Campbell, Lewis F 220 



R. 



Page. 
. . 18 
. . 67 
. . 99 

57 



F 



- 
6 



Campbell, R \. 
i !annon, Rev. Ji ihn 
( )antwell, I larry J . 

irge II 107 

Capen, Samuel I) 107 

Caplan, I ,e< i Ill 

et< in, Murray 196 

Carpenter, fames M 113 

Carr. Archibald 262 

Carr. Rev. Archibald F 5 

Carroll, John I! 27 



i ' ill, I' ihn 
iter, T. W. 
1 rter, Walter 
e, James B 

y, Rev. Edmi >ml A 6 

u. I >aniel 41 

Louis A 105 

Chadbourne, Gideon W 42 

ddock, Charles G 132 

mbers, James II 237 

Chandler, De Lacey oG 

Chaplin, Winfield S 34 

Chapman. Nelson C 251 

Chappell, E. Rutherford 30 

Chappell, Winthrop G 240 

Ches bro, Charles P 91 

Chouteau. Pierre 40 

Christie, Harvey 1 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 

. Frank I) 252 

John J 181 

Nathan 27 1 

Collins, G Cummings 32 

Collin-. Martin 100 

Collins, M. R., Ir 115 

ns, Robert E 30 

Colman, Norman 1 237 

Compton, P. Cleveland 243 

Compton, Richard J 243 

('..nam, Theo. P 190 

Condon. August A 265 

Conrades, John II 247 

Cook. Douglas C 152 

99 

217 

220 

175 

23G 

236 

2G 



Cook. Theodore 1' 

Cooke. Charles I! 

Coon-, I >a\ id W 

( "' irnelius, Nicholas . . 

■let. Edward 

net, I lenry A 

Cornwall, Frederick R 

Coyle, James F 201 

. Charles A 228 

j. Rev. Robt. E. Lee 1 

Cram. Geo. T 105 

Cramer. Gustav 1S4 

Crandall. Ge< irge Clinton 132 

Crane. Charles L 106 

Crane. Charles S 79 

Crawford. Dugald 205 

Crawford, George 1 63 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISAXS IN 1900. 



vn 



INDEX 



Page. 

Crawford. Hugh A 191 

Crunden, 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 

Daughadav. Hamilton 235 

Day, Asa W 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. Henrv 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 X., 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 11 225 

Eames, William S 158 

Edgar, Sehvyn C L92 

Edwards. George L 60 

Eggers, Theo. C 10 

Ehlermann, Charles 150 

Ehrhardt. Julius G L37 



Page. 

Einstein, Alfred C 175 

Eiseman, Benjamin 197 

Eiseman, David 197 

Elliot, Henry 96 

Elliot, Henrv. Jr 96 

Elliot. W. H 96 

Elliott, Howard 76 

Elliott. John C 100 

English, Charles C 198 

Epstein. Mever 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 

Faris, Charles A 43 

Fauntleroy, Thomas T 22 

Ferguson, David K 50 

Ferriss, Franklin 9 

Feuerbacher, Frank W 54 

Field, Eugene 89 

Field, Oscar A 266 

Filley, Chauncey 1 263 

Finlay, Andrew M 221 

Fisch, Carl 134 

Fish, Albert G 163 

Fisher, Daniel D 8 

Fisher, Samuel B 84 

Fitzgerald, Rev. Jas. X 3 

Fitzgerald, John 86 

Flickinger. Adam 147 

Flitcraft, Pembrook R 9 

Flower, Walter L 223 

Folk, Joseph W 32 

Fordyce, Samuel W 70 

Forster, C. Marquard 1 ■">' ! 

Forster, Otto E 133 

Foster, Niles H 249 

Fowler, Albert C 28 

Francis, D. R 48 

Fraley. Moses 108 

Franklin. Joseph 203 

Freund. Leopold 

Fristoe, John W 93 

Fr\. Frank R 124 

Fuchs, Walter H 141 

Fullerton, Samuel H 253 

Funkhouser. Robert M 125 

Furlong. Thomas 263 

Furth, Jacob 221 

Fusz, Louis 

Fusz, Paul A 3!' 

Gaiennie, Frank '. 55 

Galbreath. George W 51 



\ 111 



N< IT \i:i E ST. I.< H'lS \NS IN L900 



INDEX 



P 

Gait, Smith P 3] 

« iardiner, i 'urn- C Ill 

( iardiner, Curtis I , Jr Ill 

Iner, Frederick I > L87 

< iarrell, Julius C ■>' 

< iarrells, < ierhard W 53 

Garrells, William L 157 

Garrison, Oliver 1 255 

( i.i-t. Paulus IM 

< iaty. I'll. • ..i. ire E Ill 

( raupel, 1 lenry I L81 

Gauss, Charles F 202 

Gaus, ! lenry, Jr 252 

Gaylord, Samuel A 59 

< rehner, August .">•_' 

Gehner, Henry W 152 

Gehrung, Eugene C 143 

Ice, Edward < i 183 

Gilbert, Matthew J 239 

Gilbert, Wm. J 239 

ii.-. Ozro B 26 

Glazer, Adolph 199 

< rlaser, \> iseph 63 

Glaser, Julius 199 

Glaser, Morris I!'!' 

Glaser, Sigmund 199 

Glasgow, Frank A 125 

i r< m rger, William KM 

August 101 

1 ri ildman, [ao >b I ) 71 

Goltra Edward F 19-1 

id, James M 234 

( rorse, Edward II 214 

( i ra nt. Alexander I > 60 

(.rani. Lee W 27 

Graves, Hugh S 256 

Green, Albert B 267 

Gr< en, ( Charles 117 

Gn en, Edwin F 243 

Green, J aim- 172 

< rreen, John 122 

( rreen, l> »hn F 28 

Green, Robert W 98 

I rreen, William (' 143 

< rreen, William 1 ... Jr 67 

< rreene, h »hn 221 

r. Edward « > II" 

Gregg, Norris 1> 226 

Gregg, William II.. Ir 226 

Gn gory, Elisha II 123 

Griswold, Joseph 1 271 

( rrover, I I nam I 1"> 

Groves, Ubert B L61 

Gruet, John P 224 

Guenlan. Nicholas 269 

(iiilnnan, John 142 

Guhman, Matthew <J 142 

Gumpertz, Samuel W 266 

Gundlach, J. H 119 



Page. 

laarstick, I tenrj C 78 

[aarstick, William T 78 

laa-c Vugust C. 1 228 

laase, M. E 144 

.. William (i 193 

[agerman, James 17 

I laile, ( a ilumbus S2 

[all, Lester M 32 

lalpin, Thomas J 257 

lamilton, Frank Hastings 86 

landlan. Alexander II 94 

lanford, Hopkins 1 99 

Hanpeter, Frederick W 248 

farding, Russell 75 

[arris, Fletcher R 115 

[arrison, Edwin 195 

[arrison, John A 20 

1 [arrisi >n, I' ihn M 192 

Harrison, John W 192 

Harrison, Rev. Leon 4 

Harvey, Thomas 15 22 

Hauck, Eugene F 140 

I [auck, Louis 140 

I I awe-. Harry B 24 

[awes, J. Humphreys 241 

[awley, Thomas S 143 

I [aydel, 1 [enry 1 116 

I ayes, I. tseph M 74 

[aynes, E. A. P Ml 

[aynes. [ohn 1 160 

lay-. Frank P 01 

I ayward 1 .ouis J l! 1 1 

[ellman, I ,ouis M 41 

I emmelmann, Thei i., Jr 119 

[enneman, Alexander 267 

[ennings, Thomas C 112 

[enderson, William W 10 

[ermann, Henry W 130 

[errick, W illiam II 103 

lil Tar. 1. Geo. E 252 

[icks, lil R 238 

Hiemenz, Henry, lr I is 

[jgbee, Edward II 134 

1 igdon, J< ihn C 26 

[iggins, Charles P 260 

I igginbotham, John II 104 

[ill, Ewing 245 

I ill. Walker 48 

lilts. Christopher E 213 

I irschberg, Francis I ) 10G 

1 1 1 ill.-, irk, I [enry 11 

[oblitzelle, George K 192 

1. 1.1.14.1. m, Samml I ) 10 

[offman, Harry S 248 

Hoffmann, R. A Ill 

lofmann, Ernst G 68 

[olliday, William D 83 

lolmaii. [ohn B 183 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



IX 



INDEX 



Page. 



Holmes, Daniel S 41 

Holtcam'p, Charles W 31 

Holton, Edward K 179 

Homer, William Bradford 21 

Hopkins, Rev. Isaac S 3 

Hopkins, Thomas A 148 

Horner, George B 80 

Hospes, Richard 52 

Hough, Warwick 12 

Houser, Daniel M 3G 

Howard. Clarence H 97 

Howard, Laclede J 173 

Howe, Alphonso 22 

Howe. J. C 86 

H ubbard, Robert M 66 

Hudson, William A 68 

Hughes, Charles Hamilton 124 

Humphrey, Charles 267 

Humphrey, Henry H 156 

Hunkins, Franklin P 164 

Huppcrt, William E 150 

Huse, William L 41 

Hutchinson, Robert R 50 

Huttig, Charles H 51 

Hypes, Benjamin M 130 



Idler, Louis 236 

Ingalls, Fred H 249 

Ittner, William B 160 

Ives, Halsey C 34 



Jackson, George P. B 18 

Jacobson, Jacob 147 

Jamison, Dorsey A 30 

Jennings, Curtis M 253 

Jinkins, Benjamin C 139 

Jennings, J. E 63 

Johann, Frederick A 98 

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 (i 

Jones, Breckinridge 56 

Jones, George P 223 

Jones, Paul 117 

Jones, R. McKittrick 196 

Jones, Wm. Cuthbert 16 

Jourdan, Morton ".'7 

Judd, John F 180 

Judd, Sylvester 102 

Jtldson, Frederick N 14 



Page. 

Kaime, David F 118 

Kain, Most Rev. John J 2 

Kalbfell, Theodore D 260 

Kastor, Herman W 245 

Kavanaugh, William K 94 

Kehlor, James B. M 65 

Kehrmann, Statius, Jr 109 

Kellermann, Conrad 167 

Kendrick, Justin S 100 

Kennard, Samuel M 38 

Kennedy, Samuel G 109 

Kennett, William P 62 

Kenney, James E 213 

Kent, Hervey V 226 

Kerens, Richard C 38 

Kern, Robt. H 20 

Kilpatrick, Claude 114 

Kimball, T. D 100 

Kinealy, Michael 29 

King, Harry B 200 

Kingsland, Lawrence D . . . 168 

Kinsella, William J 229 

Kirby, Daniel N 19 

Kircher, Charles E 52 

Klein, Jacob 8 

Kleinecke, Adolph 146 

Kling, Peter M 95 

Knapp, Homer P 198 

Knight, George H 28 

Knight, Harry F 60 

Knight, Milton 82 

Kobusch, George J 95 

Koenig, C. William 262 

Koenig, William 55 

Kohn, William M 60 

Koken, Ernest E L82 

Kotany, Max 01 

Kreismann, Fred H L09 

Krieger, Joseph A 147 

Krum, Chester H 14 

Kupferle, Louis 167 

La Beaume, Edmund W 60 

La Beaume, Louis T 270 

Lackland, Chaffraix K 232 

Lackland. Rufus J 49 

Laidley, Leonidas II 126 

Laird, John A 1 '" 

Lake, Frederick C 204 

Lampert, |acol> 

Lang, Bert H 

I ,;i ngan, William J 

Larrgdale, William II 

Langhorne, Edmund ( i 171 

La Prelle, James I 

Larew, fohn T I 

Larkin, E. Hilles 

Laufketter, Frederick > ' 

I .aughlin, 1 fenn I ) 



MH \i: II ST I. mi [SANS IN L900. 



I Mil. \ 



J. 



R. 

S. 



Lemp, 

I ,esser, 

Levis, 

Lewis, 

Lewis, 

Lewis, 



Jr. 



I .aurie, Jos. S. ... 
Lawrence, Frank 
Lawrence, Joseph 
I ,< brecht, John I 
I i derer, Samuel M . . 
Leo. Rev. Fames \\ 

Lee, William II 

Leighton, George E. 
Leiweke, Anton 
Lcnieii, Jusephus 
Lemoine, Edwin 
Lemp, William I 

William J. 

Julius 

Leo 

Bransfi ird 

Edward G 

1 1 enry C 

Lincoln, James C 

Linci 'In. \\ illiam S 

Link. John J 

Linneman, 1 [enry J. ... 
1 ,insenmann, Charles . . . 

1 .ippman, ' rustaV 

1 ,li iyd, I [enry 

Loeb, I lanan W 

1 .ogeman, ( !harles A. ... 
Longan, Edward Everetl 

] -ouderman, [ohn 11 

Love, I N. 

1 jivr, John E 

1 .' ive, Junius X 

I .' »mv . Frank 

Lowenstein, M. J 

I ,udingt< hi. Franci i II. 
1 .uedeking, R< ibert . . 
I .uedinghaus, Arthur 
I .uedinghaus, I [enry . 
] .uedinghaus, I [enry, 
Lusk, [saac P. ...". 

Lutz, Frank J 

1 .uyties, F. Vugust . 
Lyon, Hartwell N.. 
1 ._\ on, Mi mtague 
I .\i nis, J< ilm C 



E. 

Jr' 



'age. 

Ifi 

•J 17 

133 

135 

it;;, 

3 

152 

39 

164 

121 

129 

149 

1 I!' 
71 
200 
127 
239 
271 
>■•' 

-l 
142 
272 
251 
138 
131 
130 
247 
23 
45 
133 
116 
153 
I.;:; 

37 

71 
[30 
273 



273 
93 
126 
217 
139 
25 
260 



Maffitt, Charles C 40 

Maffitt, P. Chouteau I" 

Maffitt, William C 40 

Maguire, Charles J 186 

Maguire James II 116 

M aguire, I .< mis T 186 

Mallinckrbdt, Edward 218 

Manchester, John S 98 

Manewal, August 232 

Manley, John I) 179 

Marbes, Charles 251 

Marshall. Edward S 92 

Marshall, 'Finis E 51 



Page. 

Mar-hall. George S 92 

M arx, I [enry 73 

Mas< m. I saac M 259 

Mason, Thomas 104 

Maull, Charles, Jr 265 

Mayfield, W. Henderson 137 

Ma vi i, William II --'70 

Maxwell, Harold 182 

Medart, Philip 178 

Medart, \\ illiam 178 

Meier. Ernst F. W 185 

Meier, Frederick C 260 

Meier. Henry 53 

Meisenbach, A. II 136 

Mellier, K. Duncan 21* 

Mellon, Peter H 248 

Menne, Moys 249 

Mersman, I ». L 119 

Metcalfe, Thomas 1 >  

Meyer, ( Christian F. G 216 

Mi > er, ( rustav J 216 

Mej er, Ji ihn F 64 

Meyer, ( >tto Paul 217 

Meyer, Theodore F 216 

Meysenburg, Theodore A 191 

Michael, Elias 198 

Milius, i I W 210 



Mink, Arthur E. 
Mitchell, George C. 
Moffitt, Charles S... 
Moffitt, Nathaniel L. 



141 

103 

66 

66 

Moll, Paul .. .... 236 

Mi >( ire, 1 1 1 mier 266 

Moore, John W 148 

Moore, Robert 155 

Mme. Edward A 95 

Morley, William J... 221 



273 Morris, William (' 1" 



Moser, Leo 272 

Mudd, Harvej Gilmer 129 

Mullgardt, Louis 158 

Murphy, Charles 1 182 

Murphy, I 'at nek C 182 

McCall, Louis M 171 

McCandless, William A 136 

Mi .art v. Charles C 88 

McChesney, William S., |r 77 

McClellan, Thomas G 90 

McCreery, Wayman C 47 

McFarland, L. B 166 

McGehee, James S 67 

Mellenry, Estill 44 

McKeighan, John E 12 

McKittrick, Hugh 198 

McKittrick, Rev. Wm. J 5 

McLaran, Robert 1 24 

McLean, Thomas M 171 

Me Lure, Charles D 39 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



XI 



INDEX 



Page. 

McMath, Robert E 259 

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 25G 

Nelson, Benjamin F 270 

Nelson, Edwin N 145 

Nelson, Lewis C 39 

Nelson, Nelson 169 

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 

I Iverall, 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, human F 17 

Parks, James J 273 



Page. 

Parrish, Dinks L 206 

Parrish, Jno. G 144 

Parsons, Charles 49 

Patched, William J 102 

Peck, Ellsworth A 85 

Peck, Stephen 117 

Peckham, Osgood H 231 

Penny, Alexander 205 

Perry, S 265 

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 189 

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. Gerard D 2 

Prange, Frederick W 50 

Prall, W. Mortimer 81 

Pratt, Charles M 81 

Preetorius, Edward L 36 

Preetorius, Emil ; ' 36 

Price, Sim T 16 

Priest, Henry S 11 

Prince, L. L 72 

Prosser, A. J 147 

Pryor, Edward B 88 

Purdy, George W 226 

Rainwater, Charles C 253 

Ramlose, Christian E 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 






Ml i I M'.l.k S'l , ].( >UIS WS IX 1900 



I Mil \ 



Remmers, Frederick J.. 

Rej burn, Valle 

Rhodes, Rev. Mosheim 

J< mathan 

Rich< y, Frank I 

Richter, Edward 

Riddle, Frank C 

le, * !e< irge T 

nberg, I lurry 

Rinaman, R, I 

. J< 'lin 

Ri iach, James Fredrick . . 
Robbins, Alexander . . . . 
Ri ibbins ; Alex. II enry 

Ri ibbins, Edward C 

Robbins, Nelson C, Jr. 
Robertson, William M 
Robinson, Daniel B 

Robinsi >n, Paul ' '• 

R< iblee, \> iseph II 

Ri »byn, Ernst 

Rollins, James M 

Rosebrough, James \\ . . 
Rosenthal, Isaac B 

Alexander 

Roth, Adam 

Rothschild, Albert .... 

Rothschild, Julius 

Rowell, Clinton 

Rumbold, Thomas F. 

Rumsey, Edwin 

Rumsej . Lewis M 
Rumsey, William I 

Runge, Edv\ ard C 

Russell, Charles S 

Russell, Frank 1) 

Rutter, William A 



iige 
I'il 

L3 

6 

Lf)7 

32 
142 
1-7 
154 
25 1 
112 

09 
I M 

090 

176 
222 
139 

75 
123 
211 
229 

29 
1^7 
201 
183 
227 
202 
202 

13 
ll.-i 
2 1 5 
169 
170 
I 11 
173 



F 



Sali . Moses X 31 

Sale Rev. Samuel I 

Salveter, Charles C 207 

Samp on, dark II 201 

Sander, Enno 235 

Sanders, Lon -  ' 

Saunders, Edward W 129 

Saunders, Virginius <> 235 

Sawyer, fsaac II 211 

Schlange, John J 248 

Schlossstein, Louis II 

Schmalz, I ,ei ipold 156 

Schotten, Julius J 229 

Schottmueller, Lucas 269 

Schroers, |i ihn 36 

Schwab, Isaac 208 

Schwarz, Mciirv 128 

Schweppe, William E •-''-'7 

So »tt, II enry C 255 

Sci.tt, ( >reon E 120 

Scott, Samuel S 120 



M. 



itt, Sir wail 

tt, William 
Scott, William S. 
Scruggs, Richard 

Scudder, * !harles 

Scullin, John 

Seidel, Julius 

Senseney, Edgar Moore 

i . William M 

Sew aid. Frank D 

on, i iharles B 

Shallcross, Wyatt 

Alfred L. . . 

Augustus F. 

Frank 

Richard W\. 



S. 
A. 



S h a p 1 e i g h , 
Shapleigh, 
Shapleigh, 
Shapleigh, 

Sharp. ( Ihris 

Shattinger, \<lam 
Shedd, Orton C. 
Shelton, Hieodore 
Sherwood, Adiel . 
Shi\ es, < ii :< >rge A. 
Shi ienberg, M. ... 
Short, Rev. Wm.. 
Shultz, John V J. 
Sikemeier, Henry 
Simmons, Samuel 
Simpson, William 
Sinclair, ( !larence 
Skrainka, Philip 
Skinner, ("hark- \l. 
Smiih. Edward \. . . 
Smith, Elsworth, Jr. 

Smith, Ford 

Smith, James E. . . . 
Sneed, Rev. Frank 

Sin >w, I ,ewis I'. 

Snj der, Bryan 

Soldan, F. I ,ouis 

Somerville, Jason, I 
Si mihw ick, < iei irge E. . 
Spencer, Corwin II.... 

Sp< ncer, Eugene J 

Spencer, II. X 

Spencer, Selden 1' 

Spiegelhalter, Ji iseph . . 

Staiiim. Edward J 

Stanard, Edwin < > 

Stanard, W illiam K. . . 

Stanley, I [enry 

Starkloff, Hugo Max V 

Siarkli.ll. Max C 

Suck-, William II 

Steer, F. Albert 

Steigers, William C. ... 
Stevens, Charles X . . . . 
Stewart, Alphi mso C. . 
Stewart, Seymour .... 
Stickney, Ann is 



W. 



agi . 
244 
176 
256 
Utt 
259 

3S 
251 
128 

71 
231 

90 
2 II 
188 
188 

-- 
188 

70 
266 
257 
202 

20 

37 

Jul 

1 

215 

L70 

47 
162 
264 
127 
242 

54 
139 

24 

IS!) 
o 

110 
79 
35 

184 

211 
38 

161 

124 
9 

134 

in; 

64 
64 

17( 
12£ 
131 
25S 

207 

37 

HI 

Vc 

207 

264 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



XUl 



INDEX 



Page. 

Stickney, William A 153 

Stifel, Charles G 4li 

Stifel, Philip F 167 

Stith, Wilmer C 82 

Stix, Charles A 205 

Stix, William 197 

Stocke, Jacob 268 

Stoddard, Thomas A 54 

Stoffel, Remy J 126 

Stoffregen, Charles 230 

Stoffregen, Herman 103 

Stone, Wm. J 11 

Stover, William D 89 

Strauss, Benjamin J 201 

Strauss, Julius C 184 

Strauss, Louis 250 

Strong, Henry R 238 

Studniczka, Henry 155 

Sudholt, F. A 212 

Sutter, Otto 141 

Swarts, Charles L 209 

Swasey, Wm. Albert 159 

Sweeney, Michael 85 

Swingley, Charles E 261 

Tamfn, Max 257 

Tansey, George J 78 

Tatum, Henry C 270 

Taussig, Benjamin J 93 

Taussig, George W 15 

Taussig, Hubert P 156 

Taussig, James 15 

Taussig, William 57 

Taylor, Isaac S 158 

Taylor, John W 84 

Taylor, Joseph C 72 

Taylor, Norvell W S3 

Tavlor, Seneca N 13 

Tebbetts, Lewis B 168 

Temple, Joseph 99 

Thacher, Arthur 195 

Thai, Robert 233 

Thai man li. Bernard 240 

Thayer, Amos M 7 

Theegarten, Paul 107 

Thompson, Chas. A 97 

Thompson, Nathan D 237 

Thompson, Thomas V 179 

Thompson, William H 48 

Thomson, Andrew P 193 

Thomson. Sydney H 220 

Thomson, William H 4!' 

Thornburgh, William H 225 

Timmerman, Gerhard H 193 

Timmerman, John H 193 

Townsend, 1 lenry C 79 

Traunmiller, Joseph 151 

Trebus, Albert C 109 

Triplett, Jno. R 108 



Page. 

Tuholske, Herman 123 

Tupper, Paul Y 1 25 

Turner, Charles H 114 

Turner, James J 77 

Turner, Wilson, P. H 114 

Tuttle, Rt. Rev. Daniel S 1 

Tuttle, George M 125 

Udell, Clinton E 228 

Upshaw, Richard W 72 

Urbauer, Hugo 167 

Valle, 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 06 

Wade, Festus J 58 

Wagoner, Harry E 214 

Wagoner, Jewett 233 

Wahl, John 52 

Walbridge, Cyrus P 219 

Walker, David D 196 

Walker, William S.. Jr 257 

Wall, Charles W 216 

Wall, Louis, J. W 242 

Wall, Otto A 219 

Wallace, Mahlon B 190 

Walsh, C. K. Dickson 65 

Walsh, Edward, Jr 185 

Walsh, Julius S 56 

Walsh, Robert W 159 

Walter, Augustus J 230 

Ware, Chas. E 242 

Warner, Charles G 75 

Warner, George K 8*5 

Wasserman, Bennett 62 

Waterhouse, Sylvester 35 

Waterworth, James A 110 

Watts, Millard F 12 

Way, James W 

Way, John L 101 

Weaver, Henrv 271 

Webb, Albert L69 

Webb, Alfred L80 

Webb, James 

Weber, Auguste 161 

Weeks, Addison 240 

Wehmiller, Frederick 175 

Welles, Edgar T 

WVIlman. Henrv II 91 

Wells, Rolla l !, l 

Wells, William B 

Wempner, Charles M < 

Wenger, Emil 






\< (TABLE ST. I.< »UIS \.\S IN 1900. 



INDKX 



w 

w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 
w 



enneker, Charles F, 

erner, Percj 

ernse, 1 [enrj II 
ertheimer, Jacob .1 
est, Courtney II... 
Samuel 



. . .231 
. . 25 

59 

. . 209 

. 219 

18 



esten, Edward 229 

estrich, Lilburn T 

etmi ire, Mosi I 153 

Nat 68 

heelhouse, Sidney II 98 

hippie, Alphi mso 244 

hitaker, Edwards 59 

hite, Edward W 91 

hitelaw, I >scar 1 225 

hitelaw, Roberl II 225 

hitman, < lharles E 168 

hitman, I lenr) 1 168 

hyte, Jdseph P 117 

ickham, Edmund F 178 

iden, J< iseph B 246 

idmann, Frederick 159 

iener, Meyer Ill 

iest, Adam 7:! 

B. A 137 

ill, Gustav A 258 

illard, William G 171 

illbrandt, Emil 148 

illiams, Edmund \ 80 

illiams, Phillips P 70 

illis, < rordon 164 

ilsi m, George \V 58 

ilson, Robert E 133 

mil, Frederick A 27 

irthlin, Roberl 1 258 

itherspoon, Thomas < 69 



I 'age. 

Wiihn. w. Jas. E 8 

Woerheide, Arthur A. B 57 

Wolfe, D. R L94 

Wolff, Paul E 206 

Wolfner, Henry 1 134 

Woltering, \\ illiam 130 

\\ ood, Francis C 240 

W 1. F. II 120 

\\ 1. Henry 53 

\\ 1, I toratio I) 9 

W \\\ ard, < al\ in M 35 

\\ Iward, Walter B 241 

Woodward, William II 241 

Wooll. x. Edgar U 102 

\\ ooster, Reuben I 69 

Wright, Frank L 171 

Wright, G( orge M 203 

\\ right, Joseph A 33 

\\ right, Thomas 56 

Wuerpel, Frederick E 176 

Wulze, William II 68 

Wunderlich, Charles, Jr 258 

W j man, Chas II 184 

] eatman, James E 45 

Yoakum, Benjamin F 75 

York, Frank B 268 

Yi »ung, I 'aul, Jr 151 

Young, 111. nnas C 158 



Zachritz, Wm 

Zelnicker, Walter A. 
Ziegenhein, I tenry 



10 

97 

259 

Zukoski, William A 200 

Zumbalen, Joseph II 33 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1000. 





RIGHT REV. DANIEL S. TUTTLE, REV. JESSE K. BREXNAN, 

BISHOP EPISCOPAL CHURCH, DIOCESE OF MISSOURI. ST. MARK'S MEMORIAL (EPISCOPAL) CHURCH. 





REV. WILLIAM SHORT, 
st. peter's (episcopal) church. 



REV. ROBERT E. LEE < k UG, 

CHURCH OF THE HOLY I kpiscopal). 











VERY REV. HENRY VANDER SANDEN, 

I LLOR (CATHOLIC). 





REN GER \kl» D. Pi >\\ I k. 

01 Mil. IMMACULATE CONCEPTION. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1000. 




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

RESIDENT BISHOP. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. 



REV. MICHAEL BURNTIAM. 

PILGRIM CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. 





REV. JAMES W. LEE, D. D. 

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



REV. [S \ V( S. HOPKINS, 

ST. John's m. e. church > 








REN . W ILLARD W. BOYD, 

, HURCH. 





R| \ LEON HARRISON, 

l~H \1 I. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





REV. SAMUEL J. XICCOLLS, 

SECOND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 



REV. WILLIAM J. McKITTRICK, 

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 





REV. FRANK \Y. SNEED, 

WASHINGTON AND COMPTON AVS. 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 



REV. ARCHIBALD F. CARK, 

CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 











 



**. 




REV. MOSHEIM RHODES, 

;i [SH 
i i [CAL Ml HERAN CHURCH. 





REV. JOHN F. CANNON, 

BYTERIAN CHURCH. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN I! 





ELMER B. ADAMS, 

JUDGE, UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT. 



AMOS M. THAYER, 

TUDGE, UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS. 




CHARLES C. BLAND, 

PRESIDING JUDGE, ST. LOUIS COURT OF APPEALS. 



\\ ll.UAM II. BIGGS, 

JUDGE, ST. LOUIS COURT OF APPEALS. 



' 














DANIEL D. FISHER, 

I i DGI CIRCUI1 C0U8 i OF ST. LOU [S. 





JACOB KLEIN, 

• II" i I l COURT, ST. I ..I [S. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





HORATIO D. WOOD. 

JUDGE, CIRCUIT COURT OF ST. LOUIS. 



SELDEN P. SPENCER, 

JUDGE, CIRCUIT COURT OF ST. LOUIS. 




PEMBROOK R. FLITCRAFT, 



JUDGE. CIRCUIT COURT OF ST. LOUIS. 



FRANKLIN FERRISS, 

JUDGE, CIRCUIT COURT OF ST. Ll 



v - I! 











\\ I III \\l \\. HENDERSON, 

PROBATE COURT. 




THEO. C. EGGERS, 

i ATTORNEY. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



11 





JOHN W. NOBLE, HENRY HITCHCOCK, 

LAWYER, SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR, 1888-92. LAWYER, DIRECTOR MISSISSIPPI VALLEY TRUST CO. 





HENRY S. PRIEST, 

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



\\ \I. J. STONE, 
LAWYER, EX-GOVERNOR OF MISSOURI. 











SHEPARD BARCLAY, 

ST. LOUIS. 1883-88. 
PREME COURT, MISSOURI, 1889-98. 





MILL VRD F. W A I I S, 

'V \ WATTS, LAWYERS, 
■I •• M R. R. ASSOCIATION. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



13 





CLINTON ROWELL, 

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR-AT-LAW. 



VALLE REYBURN, 

LAWYER, 
COUNSEL, MERCANTILE TRUST CO. 





SENECA N. TAYLOR. 

TAYLOR, ERD & TAYLOR, LAWYERS. 



ALPHONSO C. STEW ART, 

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



: 











I RED] RI< K \. JUDSON, 

LAW \ 11;. 





I HES i l.k ||. KRUM, 

LAWYER. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





HIRAM J. GROVER, 

LAWYER, 
GROVER & GROVER. 



GEO. W. TAUSSIG, 

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR-AT-LAW. 





JAMES TAUSSIG, 

LAWYER. 



DAVID P VTTERSON DYER, 

LAWYER, 
EX-MEMBER OF CONGRESS. 



N 1900, 











HENRY I). LAUGHLIN, 

LAWYER, 
IMINAL COURT OF ST. LOUIS, 1878-82. 




SI \l 1. I'KII E, 

AND COUNSELOR-AT-LAW. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




ALEX. G. COCHRAN, WELLS H. BLODGETT, 

LAWYER. GENERAL SOLICITOR MISSOURI PACIFIC R. R. LAWYER, GENERAL SOLICITOR WABASH R. R. 




I. (MAX F. PARKER, 

LAWYER. GENERAL SOLICITOR 
ST. LOUIS & SAN FRANCISCO R. R. CO. 



JAMES HAGERMAN, 



PRES. ST. LOUIS BAR ASSOCIATI 

i.l N I S ILK I I OR, M ISSOURI, K AS - \ 

















*. I 




JOHN II. CARROLL, 

I. AW ■> I R, 

m m ioksi i C. B. .\ Q. R. R. 




PH S. 1 UK IK. 

R-Al -LAW. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



19 




CHARLES NAGEL, 

NAGEL & KIRBY, LAWYERS: 

EX-PRESIDENT CITY COUNCIL. 



DANIEL N. KIRBY, 

NAGEL & KIRBY, LAWYERS. 





P. TAYLOR BRYAN, 

BRYAN & CHRISTIE. LAWYERS, 



HARVEY I.. CHRISTIE, 

BRYAN & CHRISTIE, LAWYERS 
MEN 'S LEAGUE. AN D MO. 5AV1 











IOHN A. HARRISON, 

1 VU YKK. 




#. 








ROUT. II. KERN, 

I. AW \ I R, 



NOTABLE ST. LOUIS AX'S IX 1900. 



21 




[SAAC II. ORR, 

LAWYER, 

TRUST OFFICER ST. LOUIS TRUST CO. 



CHAS. W. BATES, 

LAWYER. 





WILLIAM BRADFORD HOMER, 

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR-AT-LAW. 



MICHAEL B. O'REILLY, 

LAWYER, INVESTIGATOR OF III! 
DIRECTOR FOURTH NATIONAL HANK. 











I HOMAS I I MJNTLERO"} . 

1 M \ I I I ROY, HOW E ft fauntleroy; 
I v\s ITERS. 








I HOS. B. HARVEY, 

I AW VI.K, 

' "I CRIMINAL CORRECTION. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



23 





FREDERICK H. BACOX, 

ATTORN EY-AT-LAW, 
AUTHOR "BENEFIT SOCIETIES AND LIFE INSURANCE. 



L. FRANK OTTOFY, 

LAWYER. 





STERLING P. BOND, 

ATTORN EY-AT-LAW. 



EDWARD EVERETT LONGAN, 

LAWYER, 

PATENT AND TRADE-MARK COUNSEL. 



LOU1 IN I! 











FORD SMITH, 

LAWYER. 







VUHO'I l. 




[« H'.l R I 



McLARAX, 



• 



\KV AND ATTORNEY 

FIDELITY .\ DEPOSIT CO. OF MARYLAND. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



25 





JOHN A. BLEVINS, 

LAWYER. 
GENERAL PRACTICE. 



MONTAGUE LYON, 

LYON & SWARTS, 
LAWYERS. 





PERCY WERNER, 

LAWYER. COUNSEL UNION CASUALTY CO.; 
B. & I). S.-W. R. R. ; L. E. & ST. L. R. R. CO. 



HARRY .1. CANTWELL, 

LAWYER, PRESIDENT COLUMBIA U> 

PRESIDENT CATHERINE LEAD CO. 



26 



\( IT M'.I.K ST. l.ol'IS \.\S IX L! 





FREDERICK RE] l> C< IRNWALL, 

BAKEWELL & CORNWALL, 
PATENT. TRADE-MARK AM) COPYRIGHT LAWYERS. 



WILLIAM II. O'BRIEN, 

LAW YER. 





OZRO B. GIVENS, 

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR-AT-LAW. 



JOHN C. HIGDON, 

HIGDON & LONGAN, 
PATENT AND TRADE-MARK LAWYERS. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1000. 



27 





LEE \V. GRANT, 

GRANT, CARROLL & KENNEDY, 
LAWYERS. 



JOHN B. CARROLL, 

GRANT, CARROLL & KENNEDY, 
LAWYERS. 




FREDERICK A. WIND, 

LAWYER. 



Mi >k 1 1 >\ Ji Ml: i 

I \u 
GENERAL PRACTI 



NOTABLK ST. LOUISANS IN 1000. 



29 




JAMES M. ROLLINS, 




C. ORRICK BISHOP, 



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

MEMBER OF STATE SENATE. THIRTY-FOURTH DISTRICT. LECTURER OX CRIMINAL LAW. ST. LOUIS LAW SCHOOL. 





EUGENE McQUILLIN, 

LAWYER. 



MICHAEL KINEALY 

LAW YKK. 





COLLINS, 

kppi i i.. 





- KI-ORU CHAPPELL 



LAW. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



31 





SMITH P. GALT, 

LAWYER. 



MOSES N. SALE, 

SALE & SALE. LAWYERS. 





CHARLES W. HOLTC \MI'. 

LAWYER, 

LIEUT. -COLONEL, FIRST INFANTRY, N. G. MO. 



Al BER I BL \IK. 

I AW VI K. 

















< I 




LES l ER M. HALL, 

\\\ ; 
i \-i ERN < AIM l U [STS. 



r^sn •***■ 



' 



V 



4 



/ 





FRANK E. RICHEY, 

ATTORNEY AN UNSELOR-AT-LAW. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



33 





JOSEPH A. WRIGHT, 

LAWYER. 
GENERAL PRACTICE. 



CHARLES ERD, 

TAYLOR, ERD & TAYLOR, 
LAWYERS. 





ALBERT C. DAVIS, 

A. C. & II. B. DAVIS, 
LAWYERS. 



H iSI.I'll II. ZUMBALEN, 

l \ « V E 8 . 








II A [VES, 

..I FINE ARTS. 

rld's fair, 1893. 





[ELD S. CHAPLIN, 



LOR, 

< RSITY. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



35 




CALYIX M. WOODWARD, 

DIRECTOR, MANUAL TRAINING SCHOOL, 
PRESIDENT BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



CHARLES P. CURD, 

PRINCIPAL, 

SMITH ACADEMY. 





SYLVESTER WATERHOUSE, 

PROFESSOR OF GREEK, 
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY. 



F. LOUIS SOLDAN, 

SUPERINTENDENT OF INSTRUCTION, 
BOARD OF EDUCATION. 




a - 



' . 




I MIL I'REETORIUS, 





i I. I'REETORIUS, 

v-,1. rREASURER, 

SOI I A I IIIN. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



37 





M. J. LOWENSTEIX, 

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 DRUHE, 

PRES. GERMAN LIT. SOC., PUBLISHERS "AMERIKA. 
PRES. DRUHE HARDWOOD LUMBER CO. 








,* #*- 





SAMUEL M KENNARD, 

\KFET CO., 
u I El EPltONE CO. 




RII HARD C. KERENS, 



. NATIONAL COMMITTEE. 



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. 














1 H \RLES < . MAFF] II 

I »PI1 \l IM I 





W II. 1. 1 \\l Q MAI I III, 
' Ml ill 1ST, 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



41 




DANIEL CATLIN, 

DIRECTOR, 
STATE NATIONAL BANK. 



DANIEL S. HOLMES, 

DIRECTOR, 
AMERICAN EXCHANGE BANK. 





SAMUEL M. DODD, 

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



WILLIAM L. HUSE, 

PRESIDENT, 
HUSE & I.OOMIS ICE & TRANSPORTATION CO. 








< II VRLES CLARK, 

Dim i 

5SIPP1 \ \l LEY 1K1ST CO. 





 CHADBOURNE, 

( MI l.U.IM . 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



43 





JAMES T. DRUMMOND, 

PRES. DRUMMOND REALTY & INVESTMENT CO., 
DIRECTOR, MECHANICS' BANK. 



HARRISON I. DRUMMOND, 

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




JOHN \. DRUMMOND, 

DIRECTOR, 
THIRD NATIONAL BANK. 



JOHN N. DRUMMOND, JR. 



CAPITALIST. 



KS IN '■ 





 



Ll lUIS SCHL< ISSSTEIN, 

l . I l; i l 

il Slut BAN K. 







I i ii [S M. II ELLMAN, 

c \ri i \i i 



NOTABLE ST. l.Ol'ISANS IN 1900. 






ISAAC G. BAKER, 

CAPITALIST. 



JOHN H. LOUDERMAN, 

CAPITALIST. 





JAMES I-:. YEATMAN, 

CAPITALIST 
AND PHILANTHROPIST. 



THOMAS S. McPHEETERS, 

PRESIDENT, 
MCPHEETERS WAREHOUSE CO. 



SANS IN I! 





DAVID BLOCK, 

i \l'l I VI 1ST. 




i II UtLES A. FARIS, 

c \|-| I A I 1 S I . 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IX 1900. 




<fc *; 




THEOPHILE PAPIN, 

CAPITALIST. 



SAMUEL SIMMONS, 

CAPITALIST. 





WAYMAN C. McCREERY, 

SECRETARY, 
SECURITY BUILDING CO. 



LEWIS BIERMAN, 

PRES. BELL PLACE REALTY CO., 
PRES. BIERMAN REAL ESTATE CO 






.OUI IN !'• 








DAVID R. FB Wi'lS, 

PRES. D. R. FRANCIS .\ BRO. COM. • 

ERl HANTS i mm i'l N \ l [ONAL HAN K. 




\\ ALKEB llll.]., 

PRES. AMERK \s EXI HANOI HANK. 

ERII \\ BANKERS' ASSOCIATION. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



49 





CHARLES PARSONS, 

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



RUFUS J. LACKLAND. 

PRESIDENT, 
boatmen's BANK. 





WILLIAM H. THOMSON, 

CASHIER, 
boatmen's BANK. 



FREDERICK W. BIEBINGER, 

PRESIDENT, 
FOURTH NATIONAL BANK. 



. 








DAVID K. FERGUSON, 

\ Ic E PRES. \M. HANICS' BANK, 
PRES. MISSOURI SAFE DEPOSIT CO. 








1 Rl DERK K VV. PRANGE, 

PRESIDENT, 
BREMEN BANK. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



51 





GEORGE A. BAKER, 

PRESIDENT, 
CONTINENTAL NATIONAL BANK. 



FINIS E. MARSHALL, 

CASHIER, 
CONTINENTAL NATIONAL BANK. 





CHARLES H. HUTTIG, 

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



GEORGE W. GALBREATH, 

CASHIER, 
THIRD NATIONAL BANK. 



MS IX 1 





Mil., 



 



RICH \kl> HOSPES, 

1 1 1 : K . 
\S SAVINGS INSTITUTION. 




+ 








I II \KI I S E. KIRCHER, 



i 



CASHIER, 
AN-AMERICAN BANK. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



53 




HENRY MEIER, 

PRESIDENT, 
FRANKLIN BANK. 



GERHARD VV. GARRELS, 

CASHIER, 
FRANKLIN BANK. 





HENRY WOOD, 

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



WILLIAM E. BERGER, 

CASHIER, 
JEFFERSON BANK. 



SANS IN 











ill l.k .1. DOERR, 

H IER, 
LAFAYETTE BANK. 














EDWARD A. SMITH, 

VICE-PRES. 
OUR1 SAFE DEPOSIT CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



55 





FRANK GAIENNIE, 

PRES. ST. L. EXPOSITION & MUSIC HALL ASS'n, 
PRES. MERCHANTS' EX., 1887. 



WILLIAM B. WELLS, 

VICE-PRES. 
THIRD NATIONAL BANK. 





GUSTAVE NIEMAN, 

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



W'M. KOENIG, 

VICE-PRES. 
GERMAN SAVINGS INSTITUTION. 






\> IN 1' 








BRE( KINRIDGE JONES, 

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











I H< i.MAS WRIGHT, 

TOR, THIRD NATIONAL BANK, 
DIRE! l"l\ LINCOLN TRUST CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





JAMES B. CASE, 

PRESIDENT, 
LINCOLN TRUST CO. 



JULIUS C. GARRELL, 

MANAGER TITLE DEPARTMENT, 
LINCOLN TRUST CO. 





ARTHUR A. B. WOERIIEIDE, 

SECRETARY AND TREASURER, 
LINCOLN TRUST CO. 



WILLIAM TAUSSIG, 

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



!.« >r; IN i 








\i)i , 



L( IRENZO E. ANDERSON, 

JNli VICE-PR] 
MERCANTILE TRUST CO. 





 



cliff ii. McMillan, 

SECRETARY, 
ANTI1.E TRIST CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



59 





JAMES CAMPBELL, 

STOCK & BOND BROKER, 
VICE-PRES. LACLEDE GAS LIGHT CO. 



EDWARDS WHITAKER, 

WHITAKER & HODGMAN, STOCK & BOND BROKERS. 
PRES. ST. LOUIS TRANSIT CO. 




SAMUEL A. GAYLORD, 

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



HENRY H. WERNSE, 

WERNSE & DIECKMAN, 
BOND & STOCK BROKERS. 






I - >UISANS IN i' 













HARRY F. KNIGHT, 

TREASUKIK, 
A. G. EDWARDS & SONS BROKERAGE CO. 





 



WILLIAM M. KOHN, 

(deceased). 
kohn & co., stock & bond brokers. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1000. 



61 





MAX KOTANY, 

STOCK & BOND BROKER. 
PRES. ST. LOUIS STOCK EXCHANGE. 



FRANK P. HAYS, 

VICE-PRES. LITTLE & HAYS INVESTMENT CO. 
PRESIDENT MO. BANKERS' ASSOC, 1899-I9OO. 





EDWARD W. RAWLINGS, 

VICE-PRES. ALTHEIMER & RAWLINGS 
INVESTMENT CO., STOCK & BOND BROKERS. 



BENJAMIN ALTHEIMER, 

PRES. ALTHEIMER & RAWLINGS 
INVESTMENT CO. 



LOUISANS IN 











HENRY M. NOEL, 

PRESIDENT, 
NOEL-YOUNG BOND & STik'K CO. 




Wll (YD. 



WILLIAM P. KENNETT, 

0. H. FRANCIS & BRO. COM. CO., 
PRES. MERCHANTS' EX., 1899. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



63 





A. H. BAUER, 



BAUER BROS., STOCK & BOND BROKERS. 
DIRECTOR CONTINENTAL NATIONAL BANK. 



GEORGE L. CRAWFORD, 

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





JOSEPH GLASER, 

BROKER. 
MEMBER OF NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE. 



BENJAMIN C. JINKINS, 

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



LOUISANS IN I! 




 \ R I '. 







WILLIAM K. STANARD, 

\ li E-PRESIDENT, 
, \ MARD MILLINI 




I usz, 

 

Kill 



JOHN F. MEYER, 

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



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



65 





JAMES B. M. KEHLOR, 

KEIILOR BROS., FLOUR, 
DIRECTOR THIRD NATIONAL BANK. 



WILLIAM D. ORTHWEIN, 

PRES. WM. D. ORTHWEIN 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. 



L( >U1 IN I! 




in lilt \kl>, 






HENRY \ I (GELS \X0, 

DIRE! i"K 
: \RI> S, MOFFITT COMMISSION CO. 





MOl III I . 

in , 



( II \kl.KS S. MOFFITT, 

TREASURER, 
HUBBARD St MOFFITT COMMISSION CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




T. W. CARTER, 

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



BERT H. LANG, 

BERT H. LANG & CO., BROKERS; 
DIRECTOR MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE. 





JAMES S. McGEHEE, 

SECRETARY, \V. L. GREEN COMMISSION CO., 
GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 



WILLIAM L. GREEN, JR. 

PRESIDENT, 
W. L. GREEN COMMISSION CO. 



LOUISANS IN 11 





 i i < 



WILLIAM A. HUDSON, 

ll UDSON BROS. COM M [SSION ('"■ 
PRODUI 1 AND COM M [SSION. 




WETZEL, 

FBI 

mv I • 



\\ 1 1.1.1AM II. WULZE 

PRESIDENT, 
. \ l p SPRINGS MILL CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



69 





THOMAS C. WTTHERSPOON, 

MEMBER, 
ST. LOUIS COTTON EXCHANGE. 



REUBEN L. WOOSTER, 

PRESIDENT, 
DAYTON-WOOSTER GRAIN CO. 





WILLIAM I!. REDEMEYER, 

l-RES. REDEMEYER-HOLLISTER COMMISSION CO., 
PRODUCE AND FRUITS. 



JOHN RING, 



PROVISION BROKER. 






LOUISANS IN I! 




\KI'. 






PHILLIPS P. WILLIAMS. 

PRESIDEN I . 
P. P. WILLIAMS GRAIN CO. 





I \ N 

  



MAR! US BERNHEIMER, 

PRES. I. BERNHEIMER MILLING & MERC. CO. 
PRESIDENT MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE, 1891. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



71 





WILLIAM M. SEXTER, 

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



JAMES H. ALLEN, 

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




.11 ' LILS LESSER, 

VICE-PRESIDENT, 
LESSER COTTON CO. 



JACOB D. GOLDMAN, 

PRES. ADLER-GOLD.MAN COM. CO., 
PRESIDENT LESSER COTTON CO. 



LOU1 IN >'■ 








RICHARD W. UPSHAW, 

SECRETARY, NAPOLEON HILL COTTON CO. ; 

I MRS. 





 



L. I.. PRINCE, 

1 I. PRINCI .v < N M KRCIIANTS. 

PRESIDENT COTTON EXCHANGE, 1895-6. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



73 





HENRY MARX, 

WOOL DEALER AND EXPORTER OF RAW FURS. 



EDWARD BAKER, 

PATON, BELL & CO., 
COTTON EXPORTERS. 





ADAM WIEST, 



COTTON BROKER. 



HENRY A. DIAMANT, 

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














I R \\< [S II. LUDINGTON, 

II. ,\ I . ( HASE BA 

i. 1. I IK I Mill \ I . CEN1 UAI. 1 1 AD I O. 





 



P. J. CUNNINGHAM, 

PRI -mi N i 

,l\i, HAM BROS. WOOLEN- CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





BAXIEL B. ROBINSON, 

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



BENJAMIN F. YOAKUM, 

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





CHARLES G. WARNER, 

1ST VICE-PRESIDENT, 
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. 



RUSSELL HARDING, 

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



I < 'II ! N i- 










mi 




HOWARD ELLIOTT, 

'.F \ I RAL MANAGER, 
RLINGTON ROUTE. 




ANDREW A. ALLEN, 

VICl I'KKS. 4 GENERAL MANAGER, 
OURI, KANSAS & TEXAS RY. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



77 





JAMES J. TURNER, 

GENERAL MANAGER, 
VANDALIA LINE. 



F. II. BRIXTON, 

ACTING GENERAL MANAGER, 
LOUIS SOUTHWESTERN RY. 





WILLIAM S. McCHESNEY, JR., 

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



EDWARD S. ORR, 

GENERAL AGEN I. 
BALTIMORE & OHIO SOUTHWESTERN RY. CO. 



I < HJISANS IN '• 




 IIAAR 

l 



WILLIAM T. HAARSTK K, 

VIC1 PRES. ST. L. ft MISS. VALLEY TRANS. CO. 
DIRECTOR, NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE. 





iSKY, 

rai 

 



\l.( i\/( i i CHURCH, 

VICE-PRESIDENT. 
WIGGINS FERRY CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



79 




HEXRY C. TOWNSEND, 

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



CHARLES S. CRANE, 

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



JAMES BARKER, 

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




BRYAN SXYDER, 

GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT, 
ST. LOUIS & SAN FRANCISCO R. R. CO. 



LOUISANS IN I! 





I.. kY. 



EDMUND \Y. LA BEAUME, 

l KAL PASSENGER AGENT, 
ST. - SOUTHWESTERN I- 













EDMUND A. WILLIAMS, 

PASSENGER & TICKET AGENT, 
ST. LOUIS-PEORIA LINE. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



81 





CHARLES M. PRATT, 



VV. MORTIMER PRALL, 



CHAIRMAN, 
SOUTHWESTERN PASSENGER BUREAU. 



MANAGER, 
CENTRAL CAR SERVICE ASSOCIATION. 




GEORGE WM. CALE, 

CHAIRMAN, 
SOUTHWESTERN FREIGHT COMMITTEE. 



CHARLES A. PARKER, 

COMMISSIONER, 
ST. LOUIS TRAFFIC BUREAU. 



LOUISANS IX !'• 





5TITH, 



JAMES C. LINCOLN, 

: I RAL FREIGHT AGENT, 
OUR] PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. 




Mil hi. 



' I »LUMBUS IIAII.K, 

TRAFFIC MANAGER, 
'HI. KANSAS & TEXAS RAILWAY. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



83 





WILLIAM 1). HOLLIDAY, 

ASST. GEN'L FREIGHT AGENT, 
C, C., C. & ST. L. RY. 



AUSTIN T. DREW, 

GENERAL FREIGHT AGENT. 
MISSOURI. KANSAS & TEXAS RAILWAY. 





NORVELL W. TAYLOR, 

GENERAL FREIGHT AGENT, 
VANDALIA LINE. 



FRANK I). RUSSELL, 

GENERAL FREIGHT AGENT. 
ST. LOUIS & SAN FRANCISCO R. R. CO. 



- I LI HIS \ N S IN L! 





I VMES U \\ AY, 



SAMUEL B. FISHER, 

CHIEF ENGINEER, 
RI, KANSAS & TEXAS RY. 




WILLIAM S. LIXCOl 

< 111- I I K 

'-II k . R, 



JOHN W. TAYLOR, 

ENGINEER, MAINTENANC1 OF WAV, 
fERMINAL K. R. ASSOCIATION OF ST. LOUIS. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



85 




HORACE G. CLARK, 

GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT, 
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. 



MICHAEL SWEENEY, 

GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT, 
-MISSOURI. KANSAS & TEXAS RY. 





ELLSWORTH A. PECK, 

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



HORACE W. CLARKE, 

SUPERINTENDENT, 
MOBILE & OHIO R. R. 



\r.l.F ST I .< >UISANS IN !'• 




FITZGERALD, 

[INALS, 

i- k. 




J. C. HOWE, 



I REASURERj 
ST. LOUIS. PEORIA & NORTHERN KY. i < >. 




I K \\K II \ II Will 

-inn \v.i ,\ i m ISURERj 



',i ORGE K. WARNER, 

I i i ISURER, 
ST. I "i i 01 fHWESTERN Co. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IX 1900. 



S7 




FREDERICK L. O'LEARV 

TREASURER, 
WABASH R. R. CO. 



ALEXANDER DOUGLAS, 

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




SYDNEY C. JOHNSON, 

GENERAL AUDITOR, 
ST. LOUIS SOUTHWESTERN RY. CO. 



GEORGE J. POLLOCK, 

GENERAL AUDITOR, 
MISSOURI, KANSAS ,t- TEXAS RY. 



NOTABLE SI LOUISANS IN L! 





A \RD B PRYOR. 



I I. \\<\  \( I. I . PARKER, 

GENERAL AGENT, 

I I i I EN I KAI. R. R. CO. 





LILB1 RN I w ES I RIl u. 

EDO, ST. ] CITY R. I 



• II \.RLES C. McCARTY, 

DIVISION PASSENGER AGENT, 
I I I I .  i CI I RAL R. R. CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



89 





WILLIAM D. STOVER, 

AGENT STAR UNION LINE. 
AMI PENNSYLVANIA LINES WEST OF PITTSBURG. 



WILLIAM M. BUSH X ELL, 

GENERAL FREIGHT AGENT. 
ST. LOUIS-PEORIA LINE. 





S. STOCKWELL DUDLEY, 

AGENT KENAWHA DESPATCH, 
FAST FREIGHT LINE. 



EUGENE FIELD, 

AGENT, 
LEHIGH VALLEY R. R. CO. 



LE SI Ll »UISANS IN 1900. 




t HAR1 



I'll 1 1. II. M >EL, 

DISTRICT PASSENGER AG] 
NORTHERN PACIFIC RY CO 




\\ II. 1. 1 AM 1 A I MORE, 

l I I V I 

\ II I 



I H< (MAS G. McCLELLAN, 

KAL WESTERN AGENT, 
NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOUIS RY. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



91 




CHARLES N. STEVENS, 

PURCHASING AGENT, 
MISSOURI, KANSAS & TEXAS RY. 





CHARLES P. CHESEBRO, 

GENERAL CAR ACCOUNTANT, 
WABASH R. R. CO. 




EDWARD \Y. WHITE, 

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



HENRY H. WEI. F. MAX. 

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



-I 1 .1 >UISANS IN i- 





.1 VRSII \l l . 



GEORGE S. MARSHALL, 

GEN ERA] SALES AG] 
i [SSOl R1 RA1 I u AV i ' : I INT CO. 





JAMES \ I > K I 

>t 1 k, I HI K. 



11 ER MAN ( >VERST( ILZ, 

FOREIGN EXI HAM, I HANKER & 
GEN. PASS, m.i.ni, HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




ROBERT ABELES, 

ABELES & TAUSSIG, 
LUMBER, RAILWAY TIES AND TIMBER. 




JOHN \Y. FRISTOE, 

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




BENJAMIN T. TAUSSIG, 

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



ISAAC P. LUSK, 

GENERAL FREIGHT & PASSENGER AGENT, 
"DIAMOND TOE" LINE STEAMERS. 



\l:i.l ST. 1 < »UIS \XS IX 1! 





U I ! 

a i r e< r o r s , 



WILLIAM K. BIX in'. 

PR] [DEN 

CAR & FOUNDRY CO. 





ALEX VNDER II II wni.w, 

KAI. 



U II.I.IAM K. KAVANAUGH, 

PRESIDENT, 
INTERSTATE CAR TRANSFER CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISAXS IX 1900. 



95 





GEORGE J. KOBUSCH, 

PRESIDENT ST. LOUIS CAR CO., 
ELECTION COMMISSIONER. 



PETER M. KLING, 

SECRETARY & GENERAL MANAGER, 
ST. LOUIS CAR CO. 





EDWARD A. MORE, 

PRESIDENT, 
MORE-JONES BRASS & METAL CO. 



FRED F. BIXBY, 

DISTRICT MANAGER, 
AMERICAN CAR & FOUNDRY CO. 



NOTABLE SI LOUISANS 1 N L! 





in Km i iiH H . 

 



HENRY ELLIOT, JR., 

PRESIDENT AND SECRETARY, 

 toe a switch i o. 





\\. II. Ill: 

ELLI01 tv \ IW1 



EDWARD I.. ADREON, 

FIRS! VICE-PRES. AM) MANAGER, 
THE AMERICAN BRAKE CO. 



NOT \UI.K ST. I.Ol'l SAX'S IX 11)00. 



97 





CHARLES A. THOMPSON, 

RAILWAY SUPPLIES. 



JOHN W. NUTE, 

SECRETARY, 
ST. LOUIS CAR WHEEL CO. 





CLARENCE II. HOWARD, 

SECRETARY. 
SAFETY CAR HEATING S LIGHTING CO. 



WALTER A. ZELNICKKK, 

RAILWAY & MILL SUPPLIES. 



\( (TABLE SI I ' (UISANS IX ''• 





GR] EN, 



FREDERICK A. JOHANN, 



RALI.H \V SUPP1 I I S. 





SIDNEY II. u III I -I , 

RAII « \l 



JOHN S. MANCHESTER, 

PRESIDEN l . 
RAILWAY SUPPLY CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUIS \\S IN 1000. 



99 





JOSEPH TEMPLE, 

AGENT. 
ADAMS EXPRESS CO. 



WALTER R. CARTER, 

SECRETARY & TREASURER, 
PACIFIC EXPRESS CO. 





HOPKINS J. HAXFORD, 

GENERAL MANAGER. 
KINLOCII TELEPHONE CO. 



THEODORE P. COOK, 

SUPERINTENDENT, 

WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO. 



I < >UISANS IX 1900. 







rOHN C. ELLIOTT, 

I MO., I. T. & O. T. 

•i Mil INSURANCE CO. OF N. Y. 




VVALKI R, JR . 

HOI 



T. I). KIMBALL, 

-M.I SI WASHINGTON I-IFE INS. CO. OF N. Y., 
i MAYOR OF KIRKWOOD. MO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



101 





EDGAR A. P. IIAYXKS. 

M AN ACER, 
AETNA LIFE INSURANCE CO. 



AUGUST GOERTS, 

MANAGER GERMANIA LIFE 
INSURANCE CO. OF NEW YORK. 





RICHARD EVERETT, 

MANAGER. THE PRUDENTIAL 
LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF AMERICA. 



JOHN L. WAY, 



AGENT FOR MO., ARK., IA.. NEB. & TEX. 
THE TRAVELERS' INS. CO. 



I < IUIS \NS IN I! 




i: DEXTOX, 




EDGAR M. WOOLLEY, 

1 AGENT, I UAL, 

LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF HARTFORD 




U ll.l.l AM i. DAY, 

nil I ' '( I'll n M't i I'll I v 



SYIA l S l ER JUDD, 

MANAGER MANHATTAN LIFE 
INSURANCE CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUIS \.\S IX l'.iuii. 





JAMES E. BAKER, 

GENERAL AGENT NEW YORK 
LIFE INSURANCE CO. 



GEORGE C. MITCHELL, 

MANAGER FRANKLIN LIFE, 
INSURANCE CO. OF ILLINOIS. 





WILLIAM II. HERRICK, 

MANAGER PROVIDENT SAVINGS 
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF NEW YORK. 



CHARLES D. BOLIX, 

MANAGER UNION CENTRAL LIFE 
INSURANCE CO. OF CINCINNA1 



\i:l.l ST LI (UISANS IX I! 




N I.N. 




HENRY NEVISON, 
SUPT. & gen'l agent metropolitan 

I II l INSURANCE CO. OF NEW YORK. 




.It IHN III 1 "Ml \\I. 



THOMAS MASON. 

51 I'l . PRUDENTIAL INSU1 

r .N EWARK, N. J. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




GEORGE T. CRAM, 




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



JOHN II. ADAMS, 

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





EDWARD T. CAMPBELL, 

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



LOUIS A. CERF, 

VICE-PRES. COVENANT MUTUAL 
LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF ST. S 



LI -I LOUIS \NS IX r. 




M BLOSSOM, 



MARTIN COLLINS, 

l\ (oil INS. SON S 0>.. INSURANCE. 





I'KANCIS D IIIRSCHBI 



CHARLES I.. CRANE, 

CENERAl [NSURANC1 IG] 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



107 





SAMUEL DAVIS CAPEN, 

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



PAUL THEEGARTEN, 

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





GEORGE H. CAPEN, 

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



ROBERT BRECK, 

GENERAL INSURANCE. 



1 .1 >UISANS IN I! 





ii . 



WILLIAM BULL, 

GENERAL AGENT. 

i I ERN INSURANCE CO. 








MOSES I RALLY. 

GENERAL UNDERWRITER, 
KIKE & LIABILITY INSURANCE. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



109 





ALBERT C. TREBUS, 

TREBUS & KREISMANN, 
INSURANCE. 



FRED II. KREISMANN, 

TREBUS & KREISMANN, 
INSURANCE. 




SAMUEL G. KENNEDY, 

INSURANCE. 



STATIUS KEHRMANN, JR. 



GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT. 



LOl [SANS IN i'- 





WAI Dl I. \l [ELD, 



LEWIS E. SNOV\ 

m i \i I l I H 8 SNOW, 
I NSURANCE. 





riBi 



I WHS A. VVATERWORTH, 

PROPRl ETOR, 
ST. LOUIS INSURANCE SURVEYS. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUIS. W'S IX 1 U00. 



Ill 




THEODORE E. GATY, 

THIRD VICE-PRES. & GEn'l MANAGER, 
UNION CASUALTY & SURETY CO. 



R. A. HOFFMANN, 

GEN'L AGENT FIDELITY & CASUALTY CO. 
OF NEW YORK. 





CURTIS C. GARDINER, JR., 

ASST. ciEXL AGENT SOUTHWESTERN DEPT., 
HARTFORD STEAM BOILER INSPECTION & INS. CO. 



CURTIS C. GARDINER, 

GEN'L AGENT HARTFORD STEAM 
BOILER INSPECTION & INSURANCE CO. 



\|:l I ST I < H'lSWS IN lftOO. 




\V. A. REID, 

> .! R, 

YORK. 



TIK (MAS CAREY HENNINGS, 

GENERAL MANAGER AND ATTORNEY; 
AMERICAN BONDING S fRUST CO. 





 I BAB 

DIS1 



R. I.. RINAMAN, 

MANAGER, 
AMERICAN SURETY 0>. OF NEW YORK. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISAXS IN 1900. 



113 





SIDNEY M. PHELAN, 

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



WALLACE C. BUTLER, 

W. C. BUTLER & SON. 
INSURANCE ADJUSTERS. 




JOSEPH DORMITZER, 



REAL ESTATE AGENT AND EXPERT. 



JAMES M. CARPENTER, 

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



\< »i M'.l i SI I i 'IIS \.\S IN I"-" 




LAWRI 'l B I'll  Ui i 

\ -. i l M M51 N i S. 




\ 







(HAS. II. TURNER, 

(HAS. II. TURNER & CO., GEN'L R. E. & FIN. ACTS., 
PRES. ST. LOUIS & SUBURBAN R. R. 





W ILSON P. II I URNER, 

PRI 

II KVK KIM 



CLAUDE KII.I'A I KICK, 

PRESIDENT, 

RUTLEUGL' & KILFATRICK REALTY CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IX 1900. 





M. R. COLLINS, JR., 

M. R. COLLINS. JR., & CO., REAL ESTATE; 
VICE-PRES. & SEC. COLLINS REALTY CO. 



J. V. S. BARRET. 

REAL ESTATE FINANCIER. 
PRES. ACME BRAKE CO. 





FLETCHER R. HARRIS, 

TREASURER, 
M'NAIR & HARRIS REAL ESTATE CO. 



JOHN G. McNAIR, 

PRES. AMERICAN ORCHARD CO., MNAIR 
ORCHARD CO.j AND M'NAIR FRUIT 8 1 im I 



N< >l VBLE ST. L( >UIS \XS IN I! 





J( IHN E. Ll >\ l . 



JAMES II. MAGUIRE, 

PRESIDENT, 
rOHN MAGUIRE REAL ESTATE CO. 





OIS1 



HENRY L. HAYDEL, 

PRESIDED I . 

HAYDEL REALTY CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN L900. 





CHARLES GREEN, 

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



PAUL JONES, 

PAUL JONES & CO., 
REAL ESTATE & FINANCE. 





JOSEPH P. WIIYTE, 



REAL ESTATE Si FINANCIAL AGENT. 



STEPHEN PECK, 

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






\< I I XI'.I.K S I [< IUIS WS IX 1900. 





5AM OT1 

I KAKKAR, 



]■'. II. WOOD, 

I'll QUE 1 HIJiiS. & \\ (l(i|>. 
SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE. 





i.l I IRG1 I' \ IDRI WS, 

III M 



i iK i. (ix E. SCOTT, 

OR EON l. si nil & CO., R. E. & INS. 
i i m K "i si. LOUIS HAR. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




OSCAR H. VIETHS. 

PRES. CLAUS VIETHS REALTY & FIN. CO., 
PRES. ST. LOUIS PAPER BOX CO. 




C. R. II . DAVIS, 

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




F. W. PARAMORE, 

PARAMORE BROS. & CO., 
INVESTMENT SECURITIES. 



JOSEPHUS R. LEMEN, M. I)., 

PROF. PHYSICAL DIAGNOSIS & THERAPI 
MARION-SIMS COLLEGE. 



\< .1 \r.l I ST LI IUIS \NS IN 1900. 





VOUXG II BOND, M. D., 



'.i - I \\ B VUMGARTEN, M. D., 

HI \\ & PROF. l'RACTICE OF MEDICINE. 
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY. 





\\ All l.lv B. DORS] I I . 

PRI 

CLINK M 



JOHN GREEN, M. D., 

SPECIAL PROF. 01 OPHTHALMOLOGY, 

U AS II I N < . 1 1 1 N UNIVERSI1 Y. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



123 





HERMAN 7 TUHOLSKE, M. D., 

PROF. OF CLINICAL SURGERY, 
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 II. GREGORY, M. D., 

PROF. PRINCIPLES OF SURGERY, WASHINGTON UNIV. 

i IIIEF SURGEON MULLANPHY HOSPITAL. 



SOI VBLE ST LOUISANS IX L900. 





i II VRLES HAMILTON HUGHES, M. D., 

IISEASES, BARN ES 

.1. A. 



THOMAS O'REILLY, M. 1)., 

GRAD. ROYAL COLL. OF PIIYS. & SURGS., LONDON, 
tEl rOF MISSISSIPPI VALLEY TRUST CO. 





II \. SPENCER, M. li.. 

PROF, "h DISEASES OF I 111 

v. \  ITY. 



FRANK k. FRY, A. M.. M. D., 
• -I disi \m:s of the nervous system, 

\\ \su l NCTON UNIVERSITY. 



XOTAl'.LK ST. I.OL'IS \.\S IX Hhiij. 



125 





GEORGE M. TUTTLE, M. D., 

lecturer on therapeutics, washington univ., 
phys. to st. luke's & martha parsons hosp. 



ROBERT MONROE R'XKHOUSER, M. D., LL. D. 

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





PAUL YOER TUPPER, M. D., 

PROF. OF APPLIED ANATOMY & OI'ER. SURG., WASH- 
INGTON UNIV., PRES. STATE ANATOMICAL HOARD. 



FRANK A. GLASGOW, M. D., 

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



\'i (TABLE ST I.OL'ISAXS IX l- 





LEONIDAS II. LAIDLEY, M. I)., 

' PELVIC SURGERY, 

[EDICA1 I G] 



FRANK J. LUTZ, M. D., 

DEAN AND PROF. OF SURGERY BEAUMONT MED. COL.; 
| II II I SURG. ALEXIAN BROTHERS IIOSP. 





\\ VLD( i BRIGGS, M. D., 

PROl 01 COLLEGE OF PHYS. « 

SURGS. ; CONSULTING SURG. CIT1 a FEMAL] KOSPS. 



REMY J. STOFFEL, .M. D., 

PROF. MATERIA ilI'MA. THERAPEUTICS & DIS. OF 
CHILDREN. BEAUMONT MED. COL. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



127 





BRANSFORD LEWIS, M. D., 

PROF. OF GENITO-URINARY SURG. MARION-SIMS COL.; 
CONSULTING SURGEON CITY HOSPITAL. 



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

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




PHILIP SKRAIXKA, M. ])., 



PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. 



JOHN T. LAREW, M. D., 

PROF. SURGICAL ANATOMY & CLINICAL SURGERY. 
BEAUMONT MEDICAL COLLEGE. 






Nl (TABLE ST. LOUIS A XS IN 1900. 





( I. II rON R< >GERS DUDLEY, M. D., 

my; 
IER OF MEDICINE. 



CHARLES II. DIXON, M. D., 

CHIEF SURGICAL CLINIC AND CLINICAL 
LECTURER. WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY. 





HENRY SCHWARZ, M. D., 

rkiir , 01 n ~, 

> i v. 



EDGAR MOORE SENSENEY, M. D., 

PROF. "I DIS. "I NOSE, THROAT AND CHEST, WASH. 
UNIV., PHYS. IN CHARGE OF \l El). DEPT.. MULL. HOS. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



129 





HUGO MAX v. STARKLOFF, M. I)., 

PROF. OF ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY, 
MARION-SIMS COLLEGE. 



EDWIN S. LEMOINE, M. D., 

EX-SEC. AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, 
EX-PRES. ST. L. OBSTETRICAL & GYNECOLOGICAL SOI 





EDWARD W. SAUNDERS, M. I)., 

PROF. DISEASES of CHILDREN, ETC., 
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY. 



HARVEY GILMER MUDD, M. D., 

PROF. OF CLINICAL SURGERY, 
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY. 






Ml ,| \|:i.| s| L< >UIS \XS IN 1^(10. 




\\ II. 1. 1 AM I'' iK I Ik. M. D.. 

 . I'll V>1( I  
 . • i - KOS] 



BENJAMIN M. HYPES, M. I). 

PROF. OF OBSTETRII - 
MARION -SIMS COLLI 





II AN \r w LOEB, M. D., 

IRION s| \| S 



ROBER1 LUEDEKING, M 1 >. 

PROF. "I DISEASES OF CHILDREN, 
M ASH I NGTON I N l\ ERSITY. 



NOTAP.LE ST. LOUISA XS IX 1 !»00. 



131 




MAX C. STARKLOFF, M. D., 

PHYSICIAN & SURGEON'. 
HEALTH COMMISSIONER. 



HERMAN L. NIETERT, M. I)., 

SUPERINTENDENT & SURGEON IN CHARGE, 
CITY HOSPITAL. 





EDWARD ('. RUNGE, M. D., 

-I PER] NTENDENT, 
ST. LOUIS INSANE ASYLUM. 



HENRY LLOYD, M. I>.. 

PHYSICIAN V SURGEON, 
CITY CORONER. 



NOI \ I '.I!-. ST. LOUISANS IX !'■ 




Gl I »RGE i II \ I I >\ ( RANDALL, B. S., M. D. 

 i| DICl HE, 

[ON-SIMS COLLBG1 



El >\\ I \ CLARK Bl ' RNETT, M. I). 

LECTURER, WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY, 
( nil K CLINIC GENITO-URINARY SURGERY. 





< II VRL1 - HUNT POWELL, A M.. \l D., 

PROF, rm 511 \i Dl VCNOSIS \ CAL Ml DICINE, 

BARNES M i Ml. \ 



i II \Kl.l ■> G. ( HADDOCK, \l. Ii.. 

I'KHK. ul DISEASES HI- NERVOUS SYSTEM, 
M AKInN SIMS i "I .LEGE. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





JOSEPH J. LAWRENCE, A. M., M. D., 

EDITOR & PROPRIETOR, 
\1 EDICAL BRIEF. 



OTTO E. FORSTER, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN & SURGEON', 
POLICE COMMISSIONER. 





ROBERT E. WILSON, 

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



I. X. LOVE, M. I)., 

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



I \|;l.l\ ST, l.< >UIS \XS IX L900 





HENRY L. WOLFNER, M. D., 

EASES Ol I H 
WASHIN 



EDWARD II. HIGBEE, JR., M. D., 

ASSISTAN1 TO OPHTHALMIC CLINIC, 

V. ASH IXC ION UN [VERSITY. 





( ARL I IS( II. Ph. I'.. M. [).. 

I'll V-.li I v 



J( (SF I'll SPIEGELHALTER, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN i SURGEON. 



NOTABLE ST. LoUISANS IN 1900. 



135 





FRANCIS REDER, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. 



J( IHN C. LEBRECHT, M. D., 

PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. 




WILLIAM J. LANGAN, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN & SURG] IN. 



EUGENE T. NEVILLE, M. 1).. 

LECTURER PRINCIPLES & PRACTICE OF SURGERY, 
BEAUMONT MEDICAL COLLEGE. 






\. IT \ I'. I I ST L< MIS \.\S IX l'.»i>i». 




V\ 



I.I.Wl A. M. CAXDLESS. M. D . 




MEYER 



EPSTEIN, M. !>.. 



CLINICAL SURGERY, BEAUMONT MED. '"I . 
MO 's I \ FIK MARY. 



PROF. GENITO-URINARY DISEASES, ETC., 
ST. LOT IS COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS 





III NRY W. HERMANN, M. D., 

ATTENDING PHYSICIAN INST., 

I.ATF. PROP. NERVOUS I'!-. ST. I P G. S( HOOL 01 



A. II. MEISENBACH, M. D., 

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








ME\ EIN, M. ])., 





• 






NOT. MILE ST. I-Ol'ISAXS IX lWio 



137 





\Y. HENDERSON MAYFIELD, M. D., 

SURGEON-IN-CIIIEF. 
MAYFIELD SANITARIUM. 



B. A. WILKES, M. I)., 

SUPERINTENDENT & HOUSE PHYSICIAN, 
MISSOURI BAPTIST SANITARIUM. 





JULIUS G. EHRHARDT, M. 1 ». 

OCULIST & AURIST. 



AUGUSTUS C. BERNAYS, M. I). 

PROF. OF SURGERY AND AN ATOM V, 
( IIIEF SURGEON, LUTHERAN HOSPITAL. 



\< »T VBLE ST L( >UIS \.\S IX L! 




I i GENE ISRIB MM. \l. D. 

CLINICAI VssIM \\ I . 

'Ill II. 



MALCOLM A. BLISS, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN 8 SURGEON. 




I \V II I • 1 • M \\\. M. |i.. 
Pin Sli i > 



II l\ RV C. DALT( IN, M. D., 

1 PI II N I I Mil S I . CITY IIIIM'I I Al.. 
I VM PROP. OF SURGERY, MARION-SIMS COLLEGE. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IX 1900. 



139 




HARTWELL X. LYON, M. ]>.. 

CHIEF OF CHILDREN'S CLIMr. 
BETIIESDA HOSPITAL. 



r.I.SWORTIl SMITH. JR.. M. ]).. 

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




.1. E. JENNINGS, M. I)., 

PHYSICIAN & SURG1 



\\ II. I. L\M M. ROBERTSON, M. D. 

PHYSICIAN IN GENERAL PRAI flCE. 






NO! \i:i I ST. I.( >UIS.\NS IN inmi. 




LOUIS II \l( K. \l. I).. 
physician a SURG] 



EUGENE I'. HAUCK, M. L)., 

MED. DIR. GERMAN MIT. LIFE INS. CO. 
MF.l). EXAM'R, FRANKLIN LIFE INS. CO. 




I 




I I'U VRD O. i.KI.I K. M. D., 

-li milM l\ DISEASES Ol v. 



l.l'DW k; P. I'i ILLMANN, 

PHYSICIAN S SURGEON. 



NOTABLE ST. F.Ol'ISAXS IX UtOO. 



141 




LEO CAPLAN, M. D., 

AURIST & LARYNGOLOGIST, 
UNIVERSITY OF VIENNA, AUSTRIA. 



WALTER II. FUCHS, M. I). 

SURGEON & GYNECOLOGIST. 





OTTO SUTTER, M. D., 

PROFESSOR OF GYNECOLOGY, 
ST. LOUIS COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS. 



ARTHUR E. MINK, M. D., 

PROF. OF MENTAL & NERVOUS DISEASES, 
ST. LOUIS COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS 4 SURGEONS. 






VBLE ST. LOUISANS IX 1900. 





h Ml \ .1. LINK. M. I i. 



IMF PROl . I'll \ 511 K AL I II I tl. ,\ II VIII I N I . 

- I LOUIS COLLEG1 "I PHYSICIANS A SURGEONS. 



EDWARD RICHTER, M. D., Ph. G 

PHYSICIAN, 
ST. LOUIS HOUSE OF REFUGE. 




K HI \ ii. GUHM W. M. IX, 

i'n ysn i ( mi, i , 

ST. Vincent's orpha 



M All 1 1 l\\ G. GUHMAN, M. D., 

PHYSICIAN .\ SURQEON, 
GRAD1 A I I MISSOURI Minn u COLLEGE. 



XOTAI'.LK ST. I.( >UISANS IX 1900. 



143 




WILLIAM C. GREEN, M. 1)., 

PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, 
GRADUATE ST. LOUIS MEDICAL COLLEGE. 



R. SHEPARD BRYAN, M. D., 

PHYSICIAN TO MEDICAL CLINIC, 
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY. 




THOMAS S. HAWLEY, M. I).. 

PI NSION E NAM I \ I NG SURGEON, 
MEMBER ST. LOUIS MEDICAL SOCIETY. 



EUGENE ('. GEHRUNG, M. D., 

PHYSICIAN S SURG] IN, 
GRAD. ST. L. COLLEGE OK PHYSICIANS .\ SI Rl 



141 



NOTABLE ST LOUISANS IN L! 




\l. E. HAASE, M. I>., 

Ill M. EXAMINER, 
WASHINGTON Mil ,\ METROPOLITAN I. IFF. INS CO.'S. 



JOHN <:. PARRISH, M. D., 

SPECIALIST IN 
DISEASES OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN. 




MEYER \\ IENER, \l. D., 

..I i i i vi ST. LOUIS TRANSI1 
\m. AMERICAN STEE1 l OUNDRV CO. 



I \\| ES I RE] IRICK R( >ACH, M. D. 

< iiiif surgeon, 
st. Joseph's sanitarium. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



145 





THOMAS F. RUMBOLD, M. 1>.. 

PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. 



JOHN \Y. VAUGHAN, A. M.. M. 1). 

PROF. OF DERMATOLuGY, 
BARNES MEDICAL COLLEGE. 





JULES F. VALLE, M. D., 

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



EDWIN M. NELSON, M. D., 

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






X< i| \i:i I SI I ' MIS W'S IX L! 





HUGO VMM R, \l. D., 

PHVSK [AN 1 5URG1 



FREDERICK C. AM KISS, M. I). 

PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. 





JULES i: \U( i\, M. I)., 

PHYSICIAN I 5URG1 
GRADUA1 I ST. I '" IS IEDICA1 COLLEG1 



A I nil. HI KLEINECKE, M. I>., 

PHYSICIAN S SURGEON, 
GRAD1 Ml, ST. LOl IS mull \I. COLLEGE. 



XOTAMLK ST. LOUISANS IX 1900. 



147 





JACOB JACOBSON, M. D., 

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



JOSEPH A. KRIEGER, M. D., 

PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, 
GRADUATE, MISSOURI MEDICAL COLLEGE. 




ADAM FLICKINGER, I >. D. S., 

PROF. MECII. DENTISTRY. ST. L. DENTAL COL., [873-4, 
GRADUATE. PENN. COL. OF DENTAL SURG. 



A. .1. l'ROSSER, D. D. S., 

DENTAL SURGEON. 



\' I I Xl'.l.l- ST. I.< >UISANS IN' 1900. 




THOMAS A. Ih il'KI \S. M. D. 

GEON. 



CHARLES W. ALBAN, 

SURGK AL I MSI RV M ENTS. 





JOHN \\ . MOO! 

I I R I V - 



KM 1 1. \\ [LLBRANDT, 

PRESIDENT, 
EMIL WILLBRANDT SURGICAL MFC. l'<>. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1'iuo. 



149 




ADOLPHUS BUSCH, 

PRESIDENT, 
ANHEUSER-BUSCH BREWING ASSOCIATION. 




WILLIAM J. LEMP, JR., 

VICE-PRESIDENT, 
WM. .1. LEMP BREWING CO. 



WILLIAM J. LEMP, 

PRESIDENT, 
WM. T. LEMP BREWING CO. 




WILLIAM F. NOLKER, 

TREAS. ST. LOUIS BREWING ASSOCIATION, 
MANAGER, BRINKWIRTH-NOLKER BREWERY BRANCH. 






\ i : I I . SI LOUISANS IX L! 




I . \l \k'< >UARD l'< IRSTER, 

B H YDE PARK BREW ER1 
DIRECTOR, Kl NLOCH TE1 1 PHON I CO. 



HENRY NICOLAUS, 

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





t HARLES EHLERM \\ \. 

PRI Mill \ I , 
CHARLES EH LER 



\\ II.I.IAM E. HUPPERT, 

M.I It. KLAUSMANN BREWERY BRANCH, 
\ n i PRES. --"I rHERN COMMERCIA1 .\ SAVINGS BANK. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



151 





WILLIAM GOERGER, 

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. 






\< >l \i:i I ST. I.' HIS AN S IX I'.mn. 





HENRY W. GEHNER, 

, li. GEHNER DISTILLING CO., 
WHOLESAL1 WINES AND LIQUORS. 



DOUGLAS G. COOK, 

PRESIDENT, 
AMERICAN WINE CO. 





W II. 1. 1 Wl II. I.I I . 

WM. II. Ill \ CO., 
R ECT I F I ERS ,\ K I l . I - i M i i k - 



NICHOLAS M. BELL, 

\ II I PRESIDENT, 

I'l l'l R l i IBAI Cl I u ARE HOUS1 CO. 



NOTABLE ST. i.< H'lS.WS IX litou. 




MOSES C. WETMORE, 

EX-PRES. M. C. WETMORE TOBACCO CO., 
PRES. PLANTERS' HOTEL CO. 



JUNIUS \. LOVE, 

SECREl AKY. 
WELLMAN-DWIRE TOBACCO CO. 





WILLIAM A. STICKNEY, 

PRESIDENT, 
WM. A. STICKNEY CIGAR CO. 



.1 VCOB LAMPERT, 

CIGAR MANUFACTURER. 



Nl (TABLE SI I ' >UISANS IX L900 





ROBERT B. DULA, 

MANAGING DIRECTOR, 

1 -in I i ml: MXO CO. 



PAUL BROW V 

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





DANIEL ( . Bl IRDLEY, 

in i it. 

(Ii\ I I M \ 



JAMES WEBB, 

ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER, 
CONTINENTA1 mllACCO CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





ROBERT MOORE, 

CONSULTING CIVIL ENGINEER. 



MINARD L. HOLMAN, 

GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT, 
MISSOURI EDISON ELECTRIC CO. 





\\ 1 1. I.I AM B. POTTER, 

CONSULTING ENGINEER & METALLURGIST, 
MGR. & CII. ENG. ST. L. SAMPLING & TESTING WKS. 



HENRY STUDNICZKA, 

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



N( (TABLE ST. Ll (1 US \XS IX L900 




JOHN A. I ICKERSON, 

[LIAN I i - - i.' I l 




WILLIAM II. BRYAN, 



CONSULTING MECH. & ELEC. ENGINEER, 
MEMBER AMER. SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS. 





HUBER'I I'. I AUSSIG, 

EER, 

 nri - t i -.,.. 1,1, ii. m. k. k. ass'n, 18; 



II ENRY ll. HUMPHREY, 

CONSULTING .\ ELECTRICAL ENGINEER, 

MEMBER AMERICAN INST. I lie I I; Ii \l. ENGINEERS 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



157 





HIRAM PHILLIPS, 

CONSULTING HYDRAULIC & SANITARY ENGINEER. 



RICHARD II. PHILLIPS, 

CONSULTING ENGINEER. 





WILLIAM L. GARRELS, 

CONSULTING ENGIN EER. 



JOHN A. LAIRD, 

ENGINEER, 
GEN. MGR. MISSOURI LEAD FIELh- 






N( >TABLE ST. I.< lUISANS IX L! 





WILLIAM S. EAMES, 

EAMES & YOU MG, ARCH I 1 ECTS, 
HUM VICE-PRES. AMER. INST. OF AR( HITECTS, 



THOMAS C. YOUNG, 

EAMES & YOUNG, 

ARCHITECTS. 





[SAAI S. TAYL( >K 



LOUIS MULLGARDT, 

ARCHITECT, SECRETARY & DIRECTOR, 
i'ii IS I KAPTER. AMER. INST. "I ARCHITECTS. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



159 





WM. ALBERT SWASEY, 

ARCHITECT, 
FELLOW AMER. INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS. 



FREDERICK WIDMANN, 

WTDMANN, WALSH & BOISSELIER, 
ARCHITECTS. 





C. I). BOISSELIER, 

VVIDMANN, WALSH & BOISSELIER, 
ARCHITECTS. 



ROBERT W. WALSH, 

WIDMANN, WALSH & BOISSELIER. 
ARCHITECTS. 






\' i I \i: II-. ST. LOUISANS IX L! 




I HI >\l \S P. BARNETT, 

BARN III. HAY \ ES & BARNETT, 
ARCH II I I 



( ,1 i IRGE D. BARNETT, 

BARN III. IIAY.N E S S B \ K N I : I I . 
ARC II 





,li >ll\ I. HAYNES, 

BARNETT, HAYNES .-. BARNETT, 

AKCII III' 



\\ II.I.I.WI B. [TTNER, 

[>RES. ST. LOUIS ill. AMER. INST. OK ARCHITECTS, 
COMMISSIONER OF SCHOOL BUILDINGS. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





AUGUSTE WEBER, 

WEBER & GROVES. ARCHITECTS. 



AUGUST M. BEINKE, 

ARCHITECT. 





ALBERT B. GROVES, 

WEBER & GROVES, ARCHITECTS. 



EUGENE J. SPENCER, 



SOLE WST. AGT.. THE SAFETY I.NSl'L. WIRE & CABLE O 
TREASURER. MERCANTILE CLUB. 






N( IT \Kl.l ST LOUISA \S IX !'. 




\\ [LLIAM S. SIMPSON, 



WILLIAM A. KUTTER, 



SECRETARY & TREASURER, VICE-PRESIDENT, 

CHRISTOPHEI ' ARCHITECTURAL I. .* I. CO CHRISTOPHER .1 SIMPSON ARCHITECTURAL I. 4 P. CO. 





\\ [LLIAM .1. PA i< 



ALBERT II. DOELLNER, 



PRI 
I ll l UNION I 



SECRETARY & TREASURER, 
l ll i UN l"N IRON .^ FOU NDRY CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



163 





ALBERT G. FISH, 

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



HERMAN STOFFREGEN, 

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. I IANSFER CO. 



\< • I \i;i.l ST. LOl IS \>:s IX L900 





FRANKLIN P. HUNKINS, 

PRI slin \ i & 1 KHASURER, 

KINS 1-1 ME & (KM EN l CO. 



GORDON \\ II. I. IS. 

VICE-PRESIDENT & SECRETARY. 
THORN .K HUNKINS LIME & CEMENT CO. 





I Kl DERK K J. REM ME RS, 

PRI -I IM 

Rl ft CONTRACT! 



ANTON LEIWEKE, 

PR] si hi N l & l REASURER, 
CEN1 AUR I-IN 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



165 





SAMUEL M. LEDERER, 

PRESIDENT, 
PICKEL STONE CO. 



GORDON C. McNEIL, 

SEC. & TREAS. PLUMRIDGE & MCNEIL SUPPLY CO. 
BUILDERS' SUPPLIES. 





EDWARD J. STAMM, 

PRESIDENT, 
ST. LOUIS CUT STONE CO. 



PETER A. PICKEL, 

SECRETARY, 
ST. LOUIS CUT STONE CO. 






NO! \ I'.ll > I l.< HJISAXS IX V.m. 





1 I 1 1P1 I] I) Si HMALZ, 

I VI RMANN & SCH MAI 7. 
CONTRACTORS. 



GOTTLIEB EYERMANN, JR., 

EYERMANN & SCHMALZ, CONTRACTORS 
SECRETARY. MISSOl I; I GRANITE CO. 





DANIE1 EVA - 

BUILDER, 
EX-PRES. M VSTER BU [LDEI \llns. 



L. U. McFARLAND, 

COM I RACTOR & BUILDER, 
PRESIDENT, BUILDERS' EXCHANGE. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



167 




CONRAD KELLERMAN 

CONTRACTOR & BUILDER. 



PHILIP F. STIFEL, 

STIFEL & RUCKERT, 
CONTRACTORS. 





HUGO URBAUER, 

PRESIDENT, 
URBAUER-ATWOOD HEATING CO 



LOUIS KUPFERLE, 

SEC. KUPFERLE BROS. MFG. CO., 
I'Rol-klhloKS MISSOURI BRASS FOUNDRY. 






N< •'! VBLE ST. LOUIS \.\'S l\ I! 




LAWRENCE i). KINGSLAND, 



PRKS. KINGSLAND MANUFACTURING CO., 

i- MANUFACTURERS' ASSOCIATION. 



LEWIS B. TEBBETTS, 

PRES. MANSUR & TEBBETTS IMPLEMENT CO. 
DIRECTOR. CONTINENTAL NAT. BANK. 




< HARLES E. U III i MAN, 

PRESIDEN I , 

U III i sias AGRICUL1 URA1 



HENRY I.. WHITMAN, 

SECRETARY, 
WHITMAN AGRICULTURAL CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



169 





NELSON O. NELSON, 

PRES. N. O. NELSON MANUFACTURING CO., 
PLUMBERS - AMI machinists' SUPPLIES. 



LEWIS M. RUMSEY, 

PRES. L. M. RUMSEY MAN I FACT1 KIN . , 

RAILWAY SUPPLIES, PLUMBERS' SUPPLIES, ETC. 





ALEXANDER B. PIERCE, 

ASSISTANT SECRETARY, 
N. O. NELSON MANUFACTURING CO. 



VLBERT WEBB, 



PRES. .\ I I  1 kS. ALBERT WEBB SI P 
PLUMBERS' AND STEAMFITTERS' SI I'' 



I/O 



MH \|;|.K ST. I.OI'IS \.\"S IN 1! 





\\ II.I.IWl C. RUMSE^ . 

& SIKEMEIER CO., 
[BERS' IND STJ I RS* SUPIM i i 



HENRY SIKEMEIER, 

SECRETARY, 
i IV & SIKEMEIER CO. 





LOUIS N BURNS, 



• .... UMI i i 



WILLIAM .1. I'.RAi 11VOGEL, 

AGEN I . 
Illl. FAMES CUNNINGHAM, SON .V CO., CARRIAGES 



XOTAP.LE ST. LOUISA \S IX HtOO. 



171 





FRANK 1.. WRIGHT, 

SECRF.TARY. 
JAMES A. WRIGHT & SONS CARRIAGE CO. 



THOMAS M. Mi LEAN, 

PRESIDENT, 

EMBREE-MCLEAN CARRIAGE Co. 





LOUIS M. McCALL, 

EX-PRESIDENT, 
MCCALL & HAASE CARRIAGE CO. 



JOHX B. DE.WIR, 

MANAGER, 
THE P. HAYDEN SADDLERY HARDWARE CO. 






M (TABLE ST. LOUISANS IX L! 





I \I.\I.\ M. CHRISTY, 

PRESIDENT, 
CHRISTY KIRli (I. A. I 



\\ I I.I.I AM C. MORRIS, 

VICE-PR] SI in N l ,\ GENERA] MANAGER, 
c II KIM V FIRE CLA1 





J \\l ES GR1 I 

PRI 5. LACLED1 PIR1 BRICK M FG. I 
PR1 5. HELMBACHER FOl i MILL CO 



I i(l \\ K. BLACKMER, 

PR] SIDI NT. 
Ill u !KMER .•, POS1 PIPE in.. SEWER PIPE, ETC. 



NOTAI'.l.K ST. LOUISAXS IN I'.hhi 



173 





LACLEDE J. HOWARD, 

PRESIDENT, 
EVENS & HOWARD FIRE BRICK CO. 



CHARLES S. RUSSELL, 

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





LEMON PARKER, 

SUPT. PARKER-RUSSELI. .MINING & MFG. CO., 
FIRE BRICK, ETC. 



LEWIS W. POST, 

VICE-PRESIDF.N I . 
BLACKMER & POST PIPE CO., SEWER PIPE, ETC. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IX 1900. 





JAMES \Y. VAN CLEAVE, 

MANAI i R 
I IS STOVE & RANGE CO. 



IIUDSi i.\ I-:. I1RIDGE, 

I'RES. BRIDGE & BEACH MFG. CO. 

Sl'(l\ l-.S * RAXGF s. 





AUGUS1 E. AMBS, 

PRl 5IDENT, 
1 WIN BURN i R \ APOH STO 



WILLIAM <.. \\ [LLARD, 

FURNITURE. STOVES & RANGES. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISA NS IX 1900. 



175 





NICHOLAS CORNELIUS, 

PRESIDENT, 
CORNELIUS MILL FURNISHING CO. 



ALFRED C. EINSTEIN, 

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





THOMAS J. BAR UN . 

PRESIDENT, 
BARRY-WEHMILLER MACHINERY CO., MILLWRIGHTS. 



FREDERICK WEHMILLER, 

SECRETARY, 

HAKRY-U KUM 111. IK MACHINERY CO. 






\"< >T U'.I.K ST. LOUISA XS IX V. 





HENRY STANLEY, 

PRESIDENT, 
II. STANLEY MILL FURNISHING CO. 



FREDERICK E. WUERPEL, 

PRESIDENT, 

DKII NER-WUERPEL MILL 111 [LDING CO. 





\\ I I.I.I A M I . Mill | 

I HI \v I ..I ■.. MANAG1 
1 II I I- ins HOI i / BRK i. i \' his i hy i O. 



II )\\ ARD C. K< (BBINS, 

PRES. ST. LOUIS WEIL MACHINE & TOOL CO., 
PRES. LATIN-AMERICAN CLUB. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



177 




JOSEPH BOYER, 




PRES. BOYER MACHINE CO., 
VICE-PRES. AMERICAN ARITHMOMETER CO. 



KM IE WKXGER, 

SECRETARY, 
BOYER MACHINE CO. 




THOMAS METCALFE, 

PRESIDENT, 
AMERICAN ARITHMOMETER CO. 



EDMUND G. L Wi.llokXK. 

SEC. & GEN. MGR. AMERICAN VRITHMOMETER CO. 
DIRECTOR, JEFFERSON BANK. 






\< IT M'.l.K ST. LOUISANS IX l'.»00. 




JULIUS C. BIRGE, 

PRES. ST. LOUIS SHOVEL CO., 

I \\ i I Ai I URING CO. 



EDMUND 1'. \\ ICKHAM, 

PRESIDENT. 
UNIVERSAL ACCOUNTANT MACHINE CO. 





WILLIAM MEDART, 

iIEDARI PAT1 . i Ml LEY CO. 



PHILIP MEDART, 

MEDART PATENT PULLEY CO. 



NOTABLE ST. T.OUISANS IN 1900. 



179 





THOMAS V. THOMPSON, 

MANLEY & THOMPSON, WHOLESALE FARM MACH'Y, 
PRES. MANLEY-THOMPSON CARRIAGE CO. 



JOHN D. MANLEY, 

MANLEY & THOMPSON . 
yll i PRES. MANLEY-THOMPSON I \RRIACE Co. 




JOHN O'BRIEN, 

PRESIDENT, 
JOHN O'BRIEN BOILER WORKS CO. 



EDWARD K. HOLTON, 

SECRETARY & TREASURER, 

ST. Lor IS SHOVEL CO. 






\'< >T \l'.l 1 ST. LI >UIS \XS IX i: 





CHARLES S. BROWN, 

PRESIDENTj 
HALL A BROWN WOOD-WORKING -MACHINE CO. 



ALFRED WEBB, 

TREASURER, 
HALL & BROWN WOOD-WORKING MACHINE CO. 




JOHN F. JUDD, 




\ lc I -PRESIDENT, 
HM i .\ BROWN WOOD-WORKING MACHINE CO. 



\\ II. 1.1AM WOLTERING, 

SECRETARY, 
HALL A BROWN WOOD-WORKING MACHINE CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IX 1900. 



181 





JOSEPH W. BRANCH, 

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



JOHN II. POCOCK, 

PRESIDENT, 
J. H. POCOCK CAN CO. 




HENRY J. GAUPEL, 

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



JOHN J. COLE, 



COLE BROS., 
MANUFACTURERS OF LIGHTNING RODS. 






NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1000. 





CHARLES L. MURPHY, 

MANAGER, 
P. C. MURPHY TRUNK CO. 



PATRICK C. MURPHY, 

PRESIDENT, 
P. C. MURPHY TRUNK CO. 




ERNEST E. KOKEN, 

I'ki 
KiiKKS BARBERS' 5UPP1 V CO. 



HAROLD MAXWELL, 

ASSISTANT SECRETARY, 
El CI PPLES WOODEN WARE CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISA XS IN 1900. 



1S3 




ALEXANDER ROSS, 

SECRETARY, 
LACLEDE GAS LIGHT CO. 



SHERMAN B. PIKE, 

SECRETARY, 
MISSOl RI-EDISON ELECTRIC CO. 





EDWARD G. GEREKE, 

SECRETARY, 
ST. LOUIS PAPER BOX CO. 



.  


(/ 


• V 




JOHN 


B. HOLMAN, 




PRESIDENT. 




IIOLMAN 


PAPER BOX CO 







N( i T M'.I.K ST. LOUISANS IX L! 





GUSTAV CRAMER, 

PRESIDENT, 
G. CRAMER DRY PLATE CO. 



JULIUS C. STRAUSS, 



PHOTOGRAPHER. 





JASON C. SOMERVILLE, 

51 I Rl i \RY, 
G. CRAM IK DRY PLA1 E CO. 



CHAS. II. WY.M.W, 

PRES. CIIAS. II. WYMAN & CO., 
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKERS' CORPORATION. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



185 




FRANCIS A. DREW, 

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



EDWARD WALSH. \\<., 

PRESIDENT, 
MISSISSIPPI GLASS CO. 




I VMES W. ALLISON, 

GLASS MANUFACTURER. 



ERNST F. W. MEIER, 

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



186 



N( >T xi'.i.i- ST. I. oris \.\s ix moo. 





l.nCIS T. MAGUI R] . 

PRESIDENT, 

ILL GLASS CO. 



CHARLES J. MAGUIRE, 

SECRETARY, ORIEL GLASS CO., 
1'KK.sIDENT, MAGUIRE COAL CO. 





\\ II. I. I \\l W. I" \\ [S, 
ART GLASS WINDOWS \M' MURA1 DECORATIONS. 



I REDERK K C. L 1UFKETTER, 

VICE-PRESIDEN I . 
COMMERCIAL ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



187 




FREDERICK D. GARDNER, 

PRESIDENT, 
ST. LOUIS COFFIN CO. 



FRANK C. RIDDLE, 

PRES. F. C. RIDDLE & BRO. CASKET CO., 

DIRECTOR, JEFFERSON BANK. 




JAMES W. ROSEBROUGH, 

PRESIDENT, 
ROSEBROUGH MONUMENT CO. 




GUS V. L1RECHT, 



PRES. GUS V. BRECJIT BUTCHERS SUPPLY CO. 
CONSUL, ARGENTINE REPUBLIC. 






-.< I I \i:i I ST. I.< »UIS \.\"S IX I'.hiO. 





\i i,i > I is F. SHAPLEK .11, 

PR! SIDJ 
A. F. SHAPLEIGH HARDWARE CO. 



FRANK SHAPLEIGH, 

1ST VICE-PRESIDEN1 , 
A. F. SHAPLEIGH HARDWARE CO. 




M.l \<\ D I SH \l'l I ICII, 

IRDWAR1 

 \ I . \ I . i 



RI< II VRD W. SHAPLEIGH, 

2ND \ HE-PRESIDES T. 
A. F. SHAPLEIGH HARDWARE 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. 






N< >T \l'.l I ST LI >UIS W'S IX 1! 




CHARLES K. BLAKE, 

... [RON 5TOK1 CO., 
IRON MERCHANTS. 



GAIUS PADDOCK, 

PRES. PADDOCK- HAWLEY IKON' CO., 
[RON MERCHANTS. 





mi", r CONANT, 

51 ICO II"'. - I '■>■■! 



MAHLON B. WALL VCE, 

SI I RETARY, 

SAM 111 il I'l'l I S \\ OOD1 N tt ARE CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



191 





HUGH A. CRAWFORD, 

PRESIDENT, 
SLIGO FURNACE CO. 



THEODORE A. MEYSENBURG, 

DISTRICT MANAGER, 
REPUBLIC IRON & STEEL CO. 





ALFRED CLIFFORD, 

CHAIRMAN BOARD OF DIRECTORS, 
AMERICAN STEEL & WIRE CO. 



ROEI.A WELLS, 

PRESIDENT, 
AMERICAN STEEL FOUNDRY CO. 






NOTABLE SI LOUISANS IN 1900 





JOHN M. HARRISON, 

VICE-PRES. ft GEN. MANAGER, 
SIIICKLE. HARRISON ."i HOWARD IKON CO. 



JOHN \\. HARRISON, 

PRESIDENT, 
SHICKLE, HARRISON & HOWARD [RON CO. 




1 .1 I »RGE K IK H'.l.l I ZKI.I I . 

>ll li >. I I HARRI 



SELWYN C. EDGAR, 

PRESIDENT, 
EDGAR ZINC CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





WILLIAM G. HAGAR, 

PRESIDENT, 
WESTERN IRON & SUPPLY CO. 



ANDREW P. THOMSON, 

VICE-PRESIDENT, 
WESTERN IRON & SUPPLY CO. 





GERHARD H. TIMMERMAN, 

PRESIDENT, 
ST. LOUIS IRON & MACHINE WORKS. 



JOHN II. TIMMERMAN, 

TREASURER, 
ST. LOUIS IRON & MACHINE WORKS. 



\i;i.K ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





EDWARD F. GOLTRA, 

VICE-PRESIDEN I , 
[CAN STEEL FOUNDRY CO. 



LOUIS J. HAYWARD, 

SECRETARY & TREASURER, 
AMERICAN STEEL FOUNDRY CO. 




BENJAMIN S. ADAMS, 

UCPUBLIC 1K<>.\ i STEEL CO. 



D. R. WOLFE, 

WOLFE & GOOD. 
MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



195 




ARTHUR THACHER, 

PRESIDENT, 
CENTRAL LEAD CO. 



SMITH H. BRICKEY, 

VICE-PRESIDENT, 
COLUMBIA LEAD CO. 




EDWIX HARRISON, 

PRESIDENT, FEDERAL LEAD CO., 
EX-PRESIDENT, IRON MOUNTAIN CO. 



JOHN C. PORTER, 

PRESIDENT, HOPE MINING CO., 
DIRECTOR, GLOBE PRINTING CO. 






NOTABLE ST LOUIS \XS IX l '."»<>. 




DAVID D. WALKER, 

PR] 
I WALKER DRY GOODS CO. 



DAVID R. CALHOUN, 

2ND VICE-PRESIDENT, 
I I.Y ,\ WALKER DRY GOODS CO. 





R McKITTRICK JO 

R. NHK. J"M 
DRY G< 



MURRAY CARLETON, 

S. CARLETON DRY GOODS CO.. 
\HI PRES. UNITED RAILWAYS CO. OF ST. L. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





BENJAMIN EISEMAN, 

TREASURER, 
RICE-STIX DRY GOODS CO. 



JONATHAN RICE, 

1ST VICE-PRESIDENT, 
RICE-STIX DRY GOODS CO. 





DAVID EISEMAN, 

2ND VICE-PRESIDENT, 
RICE-STIX DRY GOODS CO. 



WILLIAM STIX, 

3RD VICE-PRESIDENT, 
RICE-STIX DRY GOODS CO. 






NO fABLE ST. LOUISANS IN" i»00. 





HUGH McKI'l "I KICK, 

SECRETAKV, 
II \X' Ml I KICK DRV GOODS CO. 



ELIAS MICHAEL, 

SECRETARY, 
RICE-STIX DRY GOOn 





CHARLES ' . ENGLISH, 

DIRl I 

HARGADIN1 .miihIik DRY DS CO. 



HOMER P. KXAPP, 

SECRETARY & RESIDENT MANAGER, 
BUTLER BROTHERS, OF NEW YORK, CHICAGO 4 ST. L. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



199 





MORRIS GLASER, 

MORRIS GLASER & CO., 
2ND VICE-PRESIDENT MECHANICS' BANK. 



JULIUS GLASER, 

MORRIS GLASER & CO., 
DRV GOODS COM., NOTIONS, AND MANUFACTURERS' ACTS. 





ADOLPH GLASER, 

ADOLPH GLASER & BROTHER, 
IMPORTERS OF EMBROIDERIES AND LACES. 



SIGMUND GLASER, 

ADOLPH GLASER & BROTHER, 
IMPORTERS OF EMBROIDERIES AND LACES. 






V »T M'.l.l- ST. LOUIS \\S IN r. 





LFJt. LEVIS, 

PRES. LEVIS-ZUKOSK1 MERC. CO., 

Wl il I I SI KV 4 LADIES' FURNISHINGS. 



WILLIAM A. ZUKOSKI, 

SECRETARY, 
LEVIS-ZUKOSKI MERCANTILE CO. 





HARRY B. KING 

BBINSMAl  i F. CO., 

Winn ESALE MILLIN1 1:1 



lli IBART BRINSMADE, 

PRESIDENT, 
KING, BRINSMADE MERCANTILE CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





BENJAMIN J. STRAUSS, 

BENJ. J. STRAUSS & SAMISH, WHOLESALE MILLINERY. 
PRES. INTERSTATE -MERCHANTS' ASs'N. 



ISAAC B. ROSENTHAL, 

PRESIDENT, 
ROSENTHAL-SLOAN MILLINERY CO. 





JAMES F. COYLE, 

COYLE & SARGENT, 
SEWING SILKS. 



CLARK H. SAMPSON, 

AGENT, NONOTUCK SILK CO., 
EX-PRES. ST. L. EXPOSITION & MUSIC HALL ASS'N. 



•I \|:i.l ST. tOUISWS IX l'.H'u. 





CHARLES I ■". GA1 

PRESIDENT, 

1 1 CO. 



JULIUS ROTHSCHILD, 

ROTHSCHILD BR":,., 
WHOLESALE HATS & CAPS. 





[•HEODOR] SHELTON, 

\ II t PR] SID1 
GAUSS-SHE1 TOM HAT CO. 



ALBERT ROTHS( HILD, 

ROTHSCHILD BROS., 
WHOLESALE HATS & CAPS. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 




WILLIAM BARR, 

PRESIDENT, 
WM. BARR DRY GOODS CO. 



JOSEPH FRANKLIN, 

VICE-PRESIDENT, 
WM. BARR DRY GOODS CO. 





GEORGE M. WRIGHT, 

SECRETARY & TREASURER. 
WM. BARR DRY GOODS CO. 



RICHARD M. SCRUGGS, 

PRES. SCRUGGS, VANDERVOORT & BARNEY D. G. CO., 
PRES. ST. L. PROVIDENT ASSOCIATION. 






N< n M'.l.l- SI LOUISANS IN' L! 





DANIEL C. NUGENT, 

[ST VIC] [DENT, 
B. NUGEN1 



FREDERICK C. LAKE, 

SECRETARY AND TREASURER, 
11. \ UGENT .V BRO. DRY <;i»Hi> i 0. 





CHARLES W. NUG1 

2ND VICI  \ I . 

Ii. NUl DRY GOODS CO. 



.M. SHOENBERG, 

n. MAY & CO. ("FAMOUS." ) 
CLOTH ING. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



205 





CHARLES A. STIX, 

STIX. BAER & FULLER ("GRAND LEADER"), 
RETAIL DRY GOODS. 



SIGMUND BAER, 

STIX. BAER & FULLER. 
("GRAND LEADER.") 




DUGALD CRAW [•'OKU, 

D. CRAWFORD & CO., RETAIL DRY GOODS, 
HON. PEES. CALEDONIAN SOCIETY. 



ALEXANDER PENNY, 

PENNY & GENTLES. 
RF.TAIL DRY GOODS. 






\i >T VBLE ST. L( H'lS AX'S IX l '.'<>". 




PAUL E. WOLF] . 

I PAUL E. WOLFF SHIRT CO., 
SHIR! MANUFACTURERS. 



LEOPOLD ACKERMAN, 

PRESIDENT. 
SONNENFELD MILLINERY CO. 





DINKS L. PARRISH, 

in NGS, 
PRES. D. I. PARRISH LAI M>l  



RICHARD B. BULLOCK, 

K. II. BULLOCK & SON, DRY GOODS, 
VICE-PRES. JEFFERSON BANK. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



207 





GERMAN G. POWELL, 

VICE-PRESIDES I . 
F. A. STEER FURNISIIINi; GOODS CO. 



F. ALBERT STEER, 

PRESIDENT. 
F. A. STEER FURNISHING GOODS CO. 





SEYMOUR STEWART, 

SALVETER & STEWART. 
MEN'S FURNISHINGS. 



CHARLES C. SALVETER, 

salveter & stewart, 
men's furnishings. 






\< >T VBLE ST. I.< (TISAXS IX r. 




LOUI! 



ALOE, 




OPTICIANS, 

PRI S. I I Rl II AN I -' I EAI 



\|n H.l'll I'. KRKER, 

PRESI1H 
ERKER BROS. OPTICAL CO. 





ISA VC S( HWAB, 

WHO! ESA1 I \<;. 



ADOLPH BAER, 

BAER, SINGER & CO., 
WHOLESALE CLOTHING. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



209 




ALAXSOX 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 .1. WERTHEIMER, 

PRESIDENT, 
WERTHEIMER-SWARTS SHOE CO. 






NOTABLE ST. LOUIS \.\S IX 1900. 




(.1 ORGE \\. MIL1US, 

VICE-PRESIDENT, 
WERTHEIMER-SWARTS SHOE CO. 



JEROME B. DESNOV1 DRS, 

PRESIDENT, 
DESNOYERS SHOE CO. 





JOHAN JOHANSEN, 

JOHANSEN BROS., 
SHOE M \ KERS. 



MIKKEL JOHANSEN, 

JOHANSEN BROS., 
SHOE MANUFACTURERS. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



211 





GEORGE W BROWN, 

PRESIDENT, 
THE BROWN SHOE CO. 



JOSEPH H. ROBLEE, 

VICE-PRESIDENT, 
THE BROWN SHOE CO. 





GEORGE E. SOUTIIW UK, 

SECRETARY, 
THE BROWN SHOE CO. 



ISAAC H. SAWYER, 

MANAGER, RUBBER DEPT. 
THE BROWN SHOE CO. 






\i:i.F ST. I OUISANS IX 1900. 





HENRY \Y. P] I I RS, 

PRESIDENT, 
PET] IE CO. 



I \<\ DERICK W. l'l-'/l ERS, 

SUPI R] NTENDENT, 
PETERS SHOE CO. 




II - I i \\< I i:i I I.I.K, 

ASSl - KKK, 

P£ I  



i . \. SI I > 1 1 • IL I . 

SECRETARY, 
PETERS SHOE ' I I. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



213 




CHRISTIAN E. RAM LOS K, 

SHOE MANUFACTURER. 



CHRISTOrilER E. HILTS, 

PRESIDENT, 
C. E. HILTS SHOE CO. 





II l< I MAS .1. REID, 

PRESIDENT, 
T. I. REID SHOE CO. 



JAMES E. KENNEY, 

WESTERN MANAGER, 
l NITED SHOE MACHINERY CO. 






NOTABLE ST. LOUIS. \.\"S 1 X 1900. 





ASA W. DAY, 

PRES. DAY RUBBER CO., 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 



HARRY E. WAGONER, 

PRES. MONARCH RUBBER CO., 
MANUFACTURERS OF RUBBER GOODS. 





ROBER I ( . DAY 

s ii I PRBSIDEN1 , 
DAY RUBBER I •■ 



I DWARD II. GORSK, 

SF.CRETAKY & TREASURER, 
I ' \ ARCH RUBBER CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



215 





JOHN A. J. SHULTZ, 

PRESIDENT, 
SltULTZ BELTING CO. 



CYRUS E. CLARK, 

PRESIDENT, 

JAMES CLARK LEATHER CO. 





JAMES \Y. BYRNES, 

PRESIDENT &. TREASURER, 
JAS. W. BYRNES BELTING & HOSE CO. 



EDWIN RUMSEY, 

VICE-PRESIDENT & SECRETARY, 
JAS. W. BYRNES BELTING & HOSE CO. 






\< IT VBLE SI LOUISANS IX r.»00. 





i HRISTIAN F. (;. MEYER, 

PRESIDENT, 
' BROTH KRS' DRUG CO. 



(U'st.w j. \\\:\ i:r. 

SECRETARY, 
MEYER BROTHERS' DRUG CO. 





niEODORl I . MEYER, 
vi< e pr] 

> K Ilk" I IIERs DRUG CO. 



I II \KI.KS \Y. WALL, 

TREASURER, 
MEYER BROTHERS' DRUG CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



217 





OTTO PAUL MEYER, 

DEPARTMENT MANAGER, 
MEYER BROTHERS' DRUG CO. 



F. AUGUST LUYTIES, 

PRES. LUYTIES HOMEOPATHIC PHARMACY CO., 
VICE-PRES. WALKER PHARMACAL CO. 





FRANK LAW RENCE, 

PRESIDENT, 
RIO CHEMICAL CO. 



CHARLES B. COOKE, 

PRESIDENT, 
J. A. POZZONI PHARMACAL CO. 



\( (TABLE ST Li >UIS \.\'S IX l '.«<'">. 





i 5 L VRKIN, 

LARKIN & SCHEFFEB, 
MANl'FACT "RING CHEW 



EDWARD MAI.I.IMKKiMH . 

PRESIDENT, 

MALLINCKRODT CHEMICAL WORKS. 





SIDNEY S. BLA< K\\ ELL, 

FBI 

BATTLE &  IsTS' CORPORATION. 



K. DUNCAN MELLIER, 

I -TAK.V it TREASURER, 
MELLIER DRUG CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 





CYRUS P. WALBRIDGE, 

PRES. J. S. MERRELL DRUG CO. 
PRES. BUSINESS MEN'S LEAGUE. 



COURTNEY H. WEST, 

SECRETARY, 
">l FITT-WEST DRUG CO. 





OTTO A. WALL, 

PRESIDENT, 
OLDBERG-WALL LABORATORY CO. 



HARRY E. PAPIN, 

TREASURER, 
MOFFITT-WEST DRUG CO. 






N( .1 \i:i.l-. ST. I - »l ISW'S IN L9 





DAVID W. COONS, 

RETARY, 
PRO\ i i" UCA1 WORKS. 



SYDNEY II. THOMSON, 

I kl \-t RER, 
PROVIDENT CHEMICAL WORKS. 





JAMES I. BALLARD, 

PROPRIETOR. 
ii \l I \KU. SNOW 1 I '. 



LEWIS I'. CAMPBELL, 

VICE-PRESIDEN l , 

THE DR. J. II. nil IN MEDICINE CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



221 




( ONRAD V. BISSER, 

PRESIDENT. 
DR. RATTINGER MEDICINE CO. 



WILLIAM J. MORLEY, 

MORLEY BROS., 
PROPRIETARY MEDICINES, 





JOHN GREENE, 



VICE-PRES. WRIGHT. GREENE St WILKINSON MFG. CO. 
SHIRT MANUFACTURERS. 



HENRY BROMSCHWIG, 

HENRY BROMSCHWIG & CO., 
TAILORS' TRIMMINGS. 






X< >T VBLE ST LOUISANS IX L! 





ALEXANDER. ROBBINS. 

PRESIDENT, 
A. ROBBINS VARNISH i ". 



NELSON C. ROBBINS, JR., 

V ICE-PRESIDENT, 
A. ROBBINS VARNISH CO. 





MIX. HENRY ROBBINS, 

M.i RETARV i I REASURER, 
A. BOBBINS VARNIS1 



J VMES A. REARDON, 

PRESIDENT, 
REARDON MFC. CO., GLUE, SOAPS, ETC. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



223 




GEORGE P. JONES, 

GEORGE P. JONES & CO., 
WHOLESALE OILS. 



WALTER L. FLOWER, 

WALTER L. FLOWER & CO., 
OILS & ENGINEERS' SUPPLIES. 





HENRY C. BABCOCK, 

HENRY C. BABCOCK & CO., 

WHOLESALE OILS. 



STEPHEN JOHNSON, 

DEPARTMENT MANAGER, 
WATERS-PIERCE OIL CO. 






\< (TABLE ST. LOUISA NS IN V. 





II. CLAY PIERCE, 

PRESIDENT, 
WATERS-PU n< 1 OIL CO. 



ANDREW M. FINLAY 

VICE-PRESIDENT, 
WATERS-PIERCE OIL CO. 





i HARLES M. AHA. MS, 

TREASURER, 

U M Iks |-|l Kl I "11 



JOHN P. GRUET, 

SECRETARY, 
WATERS-PIERCE OIL CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



225 




OSCAR L. WHITELAW, 

WHITELAW BROS., WHOLESALE PAINTS, ETC. 

PRESIDENT, MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE. 



R( IBERT II. WHITELAW, 

WHITELAW BROS., 
WHOLESALE PAINTS, ETC. 




WILLIAM II. THORNBURGH, 



EZRA II. DYER, 



PRES. PLATT & THORNBURGH PAINT CO., 
DIRECTOR, FRANKLIN BANK. 



SECRETARY, 
MOUND CITY PAINT & COLOR CO. 



Nl i I \i:i I ST. U (UIS \XS IX I! 





NORRIS B. GREGG. 

Ih'l -I CITY I'AI VI ,\ Cor. OR CO. 

ami GR1 GG \ \l< JISH CO. 



\\ 1 1. 1. 1 AM 11. GREGG, )\<.. 

\ HI -PRESIDl . 
Mil ND CITY PAINT .t- COLOR CO. 





Ill U\ IN V. Kl I 

PRESIDEN I . 

I.I N I ,\ I'l RD\ I' M.I CO. 



CI-.oRCK \\. I'l l:l'\ 

SE< KETARY & TREASURER, 
KENT A I'URDY PAINT CO. 



NOTABLE ST. T.OUISANS IN 1900. 



227 





ADAM ROTH, 

(DECEASED,) FOUNDER OF ADAM ROTII GROCERY CO. 
WHOLESALE GROCERS. 



J AC OB I IK I II, 

PRES. JACOB FURTH GROCER CO. 
u HOLESALE GROCERS. 




WILL! \\l I . S( IIW I I'M 

PRES. S( tlWEPPE GROCEl; I 
H HOLESALE GROCERS. 



BENJAMIN VV. CLARK, 

PRES. BENJAMIN W. CLARK GROCERY CO., 
WHOLESALE GROCERS. 



\( »l' VBLE ST LOUIS \XS l.\" I 





I II \ lux E. UDELL, 

C. E. UDELL & CO., 
WHOLESALE BUTTER, CHEESE, ETC. 



ALFRED BEVIS, 

PRESIDENT, 
WESTERN ROCK SALT CO. 





Alt. i - I ( L. HAAS 

PEE! 



I HARLES \ I I IX, 

\ & GORDON 
PORK PACKERS. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



229 





WILLIAM J. KINSELLA, 

PRESIDENT & TREASURER, 
MANI.KY & KINSELLA COFFEE & SPICE CO. 



EDWARD WESTEN, 

PRESIDENT, 
I DU \kl> u I - l l l EA * SPICE CO. 





JULIUS J. S< II" I II .. 

WILLIAM SCIiol I l . t CO., 
WHOLESALE TEAS. 



I RNS I R< >BYN, 

PRESIDENT, 
AROMA COFFEE & SPICE CO. 



\"< I I \i:i.l. ST. I. oris W'S IX i! 





CYRUS I. BLANKE, 

PRES. C. F. BLANKE TEA & COFFEE I'm.. 

 l in; I > I U . JEFFERSON BAN K. 



RICHARD II. BLANKE, 

i I RETARY & TREASURER, 
C. F. BLANKE TEA & I 





( II \KI.I - ST01 I REGEN, 

PRESIDI VI . 
STKI N Wl NDER-STOFFREGEN Cl 



AUGUSTUS .1. WALTER, 

 RETARY, 
FLOUR-WALTER CANDY CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1000. 



231 




AUGUST II. BLANKE, 

nil-si DENT, 
BLANKE & BRO. CANDY CO. 




OSGOOD II. PECKHAM, 

PRESIDENT, 
ii. II. PECKHAM CANDY MFG. CO. 




IK \\k I). SEWARD, 

PRESIDENT, 
F. II. SEWARD (JONFECTIONEK 



i II VRLES F. WENNEKER, 

PRES. WENNEKER MORRIS CANDY CO. 
COLLEl rOR OF THE REVENUE. 



U'.I.K ST. I.< >UIS W'S IX 1900 




LEW tS D. DOZIER, 

MAN.M.I K. DOZIER BAKERY, 
DIRECTOR, MERCHANTS-1 AT. r.ANK. 



AUGUST M.WT.W \L. 

MANAGER, 
MANEWAL-LANGE BAKERY. 





LEOPOLD I REUND, 

PRES. H<l ' 
DIRI < h'» IDE BANK. 



CHAFFRAIX K. LACKLAND, 

PRESIDENT, 

PLOWS CANDY CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



233 




ROBERT THAI.. 

PRESIDENT, 
Rl D CROSS VINEGAR CO. 



JEWETT WAGONER, 

MFG. PICKLES, SAUCES, VINEGAR, ETC., 
DIRECTOR. LINCOLN TRUST CO. 





ADOLI'II BRAUN, 

SECRETARY & TREASURER, 
DODSON-BRAUN MANUFACTURI 



JOHN \V. DODSON, 

PRESIDENT, 
DODSON BRA1 N MFG. CO.. PICKLES. 






Nl (TABLE ST. LOUIS W'S IX I 




JOHN S. DUNHAM, 




CO., M IKS. COCOANUT, 

DIRECTOR. THIRD NATIONAL HANK. 



.1. CHARLESS CABANNE, 

PRESID] 
ST. LOUIS DAIRY CO. 




\\ II. 1. 1 \M (. HI .11 \\l. 

-MUM AKY. 

in nii PACTUR1 '^'. ( <>. 



.1 WII-.S M. GOOD, 

DR1 Gl I] I ULTl i PHARMACY, 

WASHINGTON UN [VERSI1 Y. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



235 




.1 VS. F. EWING, 

PRESIDENT & GENERAL MANAGER, 
J. F. EWING SALT CO. 




HAMILTON DAUGH \h.\Y. 

PRESl DEN l . 
CRYSTAL WATER CO. 




\ [RGINIUS O. SAUNDERS, 

PRESIDENT, 
ST. LOUIS WATER PURIFYING CO. 



ENN( I S WI'KK. 

PRESIDENT, 
EN NO SANDER MINERA1 WATER CO. 






NOTABL1 SI LOUIS W'S IN 1900 





PAUL MOLL, 

VICE PRESIDENT, 

A. MOLL GROCER CO. 



EDWARD CORNET, 

CORNET BROS., 
STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES. 





I'll [S IDLER, 

SECRETARY A 

A. 



HENRY A. CORN) I. 

I nli\ I I HUMS.. 

M API l .-. FANC1 GRO( IKIES. 



NOT. Ml I.I'. ST. LOUISANS IN WOO. 



237 





JOHN L. BOLAMt. 

PRESIDENT, 
IOIIN ].. BOLAND BOOK & STATIONERY CO. 



NORMAN J. C'OI. MAX, 

ri BLISHER "COLMAN'S RURAL WORLD, 
SECRETARY OF AGRII I I I I K I , I S89. 





NATHAN I). THOMPSON, 

PRES. N. 11. THOMPSON PUBLISHING CO., 
SUBSCRIPTION BOOKS AND PER] U PUBLISHER 



.! VMES II. CHAW Bl RS, 

.1. II. CHAM III RS .\ CO 

BOOK PUBL1 






\r.l I ST. I.i >UIS \\S IX L! 





HENRY R. STRONG, 

PUBLISHER, 
"NATIONAL DRUGGIS1 ." 



WILLIAM E. BARNS, 

EDITOR "AGE OF STEEL," 
AND "ST. LOUIS LUMBERMAN. 




[RL k. HICKS, 

EDI 1 > <i; WORD .\ WOR I 
Al I HOR II V. [RL k. HICK VC." 



< MAIN K. REIFSNIDER, 

PRl S. « I in \N li PUBLISH I NG CO., 
PUBLISHERS nl' "THE FARM MACHINERY, 



NOTABLE ST. LOUIS A. \S TX 1000. 




EDWARD G. LEWIS, 

PRESIDENT, 

THE MAIL ORDER PUBLISHING CO. 



HOWARD E. NICHOLS, 

SECRETARY & TREASURER, 
THE MAIL ORDER PUBLISHING Co. 





WM. .1. GILBERT, 

I ' ' ) I'l.M 5. I 880 i 896, GILl ->K CO. 

LAW Book PUBLISHERS. 



MATTHEW .1. GILBEB I , 

PRESIDENT, 1S96-I900, 
GILBER I BOOK CO. 






'.' »TABLE ST LOUISANS IX L900. 





w i \ i HROP G. in mtki.i. 

\ I i I PR] [DENT, 
SI. LOUIS PAPER ro. 



ADDISON WEEKS, 

AGENT. 
INTERNA I [ON \l. PAP] R I 




I R Wi [S i . Wool), 

 IMl.l li, 

A. X. i .1 M SPAP1 R in. 



BERNARD THALMANN, 

PRESIDEN l . 

I ii \i M.vxx prin ri m; IN l . 



XOTAI'.I.K ST. !.( )['IS \\S IX 1000. 



241 





WILLIAM II. \\( >oi>\\ ARD, 

PRESIDENT, 
WOODWARD & TIERNAN PRINTING CO. 



J. HUMPHREYS HAWKS. 

VICE-PRES1 DENT, 
WOODWARD X TIERNAN PRINTING CO. 





ROBER1 Bl i II. WAN, 

SECRETARY, 
WOODWARD S TIERNAN PRINTING CO. 



\\ ALTER B. WO< >l>\\ ARD, 

M \\  
w OODWARD S riERNAN PR1 NT] 



N< 1 1 \i:i.i ST. Li lUIS W'S l.\ 1900. 





GE< »RGI-: IX BARNARD, 

I, H. BARNARD 6 CO 

PR1 N I l KS AND HI \NK BOOK M IKS. 



( II VRLES M. SKINNER, 

PRESIDENT, 
BUXTON 8 SKINNER STATIONERY Co. 




I.i lUIS .1. W. WALL, 

PRES. AUG! NOTE & LITIH 

DIRI I rOH IN B \NK. 



CHAS. I.. WARE, 

I'KI N I II! AND PUBLISHER. 



\< (TABLE ST. I.< lUISANS IX L900. 



243 




GEORGE A. BAKER, JR., 

PRESIDEN I . 
STEPHENS LITHOGRAPHING & ENGRAVING CO. 




<? *r»V 







RICH \UD J. C( IMPTI IX, 

I I'iri VSED ). FOUN lU-k in- THE 
COMPTON & SONS L] II 1 PRINTIN 




EDWIX F. GREEX, 



P. CLEVEL WD (i )M ['TON, 



SECRETARY ,\ I REASURER, 
STEPIIF.XS LITHOGRAPHING .v ENGRAVING 



pre smi \ i .\ \i w - 

COMPTON 8 SONS MM RAPIIING -\ PRINT1 






\< )T VBLE ST LOT [S \\S IX I 





WYATT SHALLCROSS, 

I'ltl S] DENT, 
SHALLCROSS PRINTING & STATIONERY CO. 



WILLIAM B. BECKTOLD, 

PRESIDENT, 
BECKTOLD PRINTING -\ BOOK MFG. CO. 




VLPW l <S( I \\ IIIITl.i . 

PRINTER a PUBLISHER, 

li 1:1 i ~il i i< H II I l-l-l E'S DAIU I IRE RE P 



STEW \K I SO >'l "I . 

PRESIDEN I , 
STEWAR1 SCOT! PRESS Rl >OM I I '• 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN L900. 



245 





CONRAD BUDKE, 

VICE-PRESIDENT, 
NELSllX CHESMAN & CO., ADVERTISING AGENTS. 



I W IM. II ILL, 

PRESIDENT, 
WESTERN ADVERTISING CO. 




Ill: UMAX \V. KASTOR, 

PR] I'M 

II. W. KASTOR 8 SONS ADVERTISINI 



ARTHUR J. BARNES, 

PRESIDENT, 
B VRN I S' Bl SINESS COl I F.r.K. 



NOTABLE ST LOUISANS IX I 







J( IHN G. BOHMER, 

PRl NCIPAL, 
JONES' I i 4ERCIA] I Gl 




JOSEPH II. BARR, 

PRESIDENT, 
BARR .\ WIDEN MERCANTILE AGENCY. 





\\ I I.I.I \\l S. .Wl in (NY, 

I \ Assh I \\ I UNITED STATES 
DIS1 K I • l ATTORNEY. 



JOSEPH B. WIDEN, 

SE( HI I \K\ .\ I Kl USURER, 
B \UF; .\ W MM N M ER( Will I AG] NCY. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IX 1900. 



247 





HENRY II. CURTIS, 

PRESIDEN 1, 
5CARRITT-COMSTOCK FURNITURE CO. 



HORATK I \. DAVIS, 

PRES. SMITH & DAVIS MFC. CO., 
IRON BEDSTEADS AND SPRING 





( HARLES A. LOCK MAX, 

PRESIDENT, 
F. II. LOG! IAN CHAIR i G i O. 



JOHN II. CONRADES, 

PRESl DEN I . 
.1. II. CONRADES CHAIR .V PARLOR FURNITURI 






N< )T M'.l.l. ST. I." (UISANS IX l: 





HARRY S. HOFFMAN, 

\ ICE-PRESIDENT, 

I MAN CHAIR M A\ 1 I \< I I RING CO. 



FREDERICK \\ . HANPETER, 

MANUFACTURER OF FURNITURE. 





I'l.ll K ll. MELLON, 

PRES. PETER H. UFACTUR1 

UK \SS AN D I K'lN B1 



JOHN J. SCHLANGE 

LEAF TOBAI CO. 



XOTABLE ST. LOUISAXS IX 1000. 



249 




ANTON BOEKER, 

PROPRIETOR, 
AMERICAN RATTAN WORKS. 





NILES II. FOSTER, 

SECRETARY, TREASURER & MANAGER, 
FOSTER BROS. MFG. CO., BED SPRINGS, ETC. 




FRED II. ING VLLS, 

FURNITURE, CARPETS, ETC. 



ALOYS MENNE, 

FURNITURE, CARPETS, ETC. 






NOTABLE ST LOUISANS IX I!" 1 " 





LOUIS STRAUS, 

-I I Kl I AKV .V TREASURER, 
Mil BROADWAY FURNITURE & CARPE1 c'n. 



CHARLES M. WEMPNER, 

PRESIDENT, 
FAY GAS FIXTURE CO. 





(. \KKII T II ( (LIVER, 

PRESIDI 

I,. II. n|.l\ IH H M I P Ml 



GEORGE A. NEW COM I'.. 

PRESIDEN I . 
NEWCOMB BROS. WALL PAPER CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN L900. 



251 





NELSON C. CHAPMAN, 

PRESIDENT, 
EAU CLAIRE-ST. LOUIS LUMBER CO. 



CHARLES MARBES, 

VICE PRESIDENT, 
I \r c I AIRE-ST. I. oris LUM Bl 





JULIUS SEIDEL, 

SECRETARY, 
EAU CLAIR] i LOUIS r.r \i BER Co. 



( HARLES LINSENMANN, 

TREASURER, 
i \i CLAIRE-ST. LOUIS LUMBEI 






N( >TABLE ST. L< HIS \.\S IX I! 





1 ,1 i IRGE E. Ill BBARD, 

- I I I I 1 S II 11', HARD, 
HARDWOOD I I MBER DEALERS. 



WILLIAM II. STEELE, 

STEELE & I-IIBBARD. 
DIRECTOR, JEFFERSON HANK. 





HENRY G \i rs, JR., 

I'ki 
HENR\ GA1 SASH, Hooks, ETC. 



FRANK I). COLE, 

PR] -. COLE & CLASS MFG. CO., 
SASH, DOORS & BLINDS. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



253 





CHARLES C. RAINWATER, 

PRES. HOLLADAY-KLOTZ LAND & LUMBER CO., 
PRES. ST. LOUIS MERCHANTS' BRIDGE TERM. RY. CO. 



CURTIS M. JENNINGS, 

BERTHOLD & JENNINGS, 
LUMBER. 




N>* 




SAMUEL II. FULLERTON, 

PRESIDENT, 
CHICAGO LUMBER & COAL CO. 




WILLIAM BAGNELL, 

PRESIDENT, 

BAGNELL TIMBER CO. 






NOTABLE ST LOUISANS IN I! 




CHARLES REHBEIN, 

[I E-PRESIDEN l , 
Rl REHBEIN MFG. CO., PLANING MILLS. 



HENRY REHBEIN, 

SECRETARY, 
RIDDLE, REHBEIN MANUFACTURING CO. 






II VRRY RIESENBERG, 

a DOOR WORKS, 

r i \ s I s c , Mil 



GEl »RGE T. RIDDLE, 

PRl S. nil !, REHBEIN M FG. CO., 

PRES. .'. rRl kS. ( \l< I HAC.i: MARBLE & WHITE LIS 



NOTABLE ST. LOUTS. \NS TX 1!»00. 



255 





OLIVER L. GARRISON, 

PR K.M I II \ 1 , 
BIG \l UDDY COAL & IRON CO. 



EDWARD DEVOY, 

PRES. DEVOY & FEUERBORN, COAT, g COKE CO. 
DIRECTOR, INTERNATIONAL HANK < >F ST. L. 




EDGAR ']'. WELLES, 

PRESIDE'NT, 
THE CONSOLIDATED COA] CO. 01 ST. LOUIS. 



HENR"i C. SO ITT, 

PRES. LACLEDE POW ER CO., 
PRES. MISSOURI & ILLINOIS C0A1 CO. 






Nl > I VBLE ST. LOUISA XS IX 1!«»0. 





WILLIAM S. SCOTT, 

\ H E-PRESIDENT, 
MISSOURI & ILLINOIS COAL CO. 



ALBERT L. BERRY 

VICE-PRESIDENT, 
BERRY-HORN COAL CO. 





HUGH S. GRAVES, 

SEI RETARY, 
lURl 4 ILLINOIS COAL CO. 



FRANK A. NAGEL, 

\ ICE-PRESIDENT, 
CONSUMERS' BREWING CO. 



\< » T Mil I Si lolls \\S IX I 1 



25^ 




THOMAS T. HALPIN, 

MANAGER, 
AMERICAN GLUE CO. 



ORTON C. SIIIUDD, 

VICE-PRESIDENT & GENERAL MANAGER, 
 i . E COEUR LAKE ICE CO. 




\\ 1 1. 1. 1 AM S. WALKER, JR., 

...I i  

BEC K-WALKEK COA] CO 



M \\ TAMM, 

PRESIDEN I . 

\ 8 COLD SI 






NOTABLE > I LOUISANS IN L900 





GUS1 \\ A. \\ ILL. 

GENERAL MANAGER, 

501 I II I It N COOPERAGE CO. 



R( IBERT I.. \\ Ik I IILTX. 

PRESIDENT, 
SOUTHERN COOPERAGE C'< >. 





I II VRLES \\ UNDERLICH, JR 

II I \R V. 
I II Mil ES HI SMI HI Ull I 0OP1 K \..l I o 



WILLIAM II. LANGDALE, 

PRESIDENT, 
ERICAN SI ORAGE & MOVING CO. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUTSANS IN 1900. 



259 





HENRY ZIEGENHEIN, 



MAYOR OF ST. LOUIS. 



CHARLES SCUDDER, 

CITY TREASURER. 





ROBT. I'.. McMATH, 

PRESIDENT, 
BOARD OF PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS. 



ISA \( \l \1 \>( IN, 

I l IV AUDITOR, 

PRES I K( HANTS' EXCHANGE. 



\« IT M'.l.l- ST U >UIS \\S IN I! 





JOHN C. LYONS, 

ECTOR 01 WEIGHTS I U 1 VSUR1 S. 



FREDERICK C. MEIER, 

COMM CSSIONI K OF 51 PP1 I I 





CHARLES P HIGGINS, 

i \. i 



THEODORE D. KALBFELL 

l li i  i COMM ISSIONER. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN L900. 



261 




JOHN \V. CAMPBELL, 

CHIEF OF POLICE. 



JOI IX X. PICKEL, 

ASSISTANT CHIEF OF POLICE. 





CHARLES E. SWINGLEY 

CHIEF, 
I [RE DEPARTM EXT. 



CHARLES EVANS, 

CHIl i . 

i N in i:u imii i;> SA] \ \<;i. CORPS, 






\r.ll-. ST. L( >UIS \NS IX 1! 





I Mil. I. G. REMMERS, 

I R IIOI 



WILLIAM C. NOLTE, 

! MIKNT, 
HOUSE OF REFUGE. 




i WILLIAM KOI 

I I F UK, 
PROB IT I 



AR( II I BALD (ARK, 

CLERK, CIRCUIT COURT, 
I RIMINAL DIVISION. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



263 





THOMAS FURLONG, 

PRESIDENT, 

furlong's SECRET SERVICE CO. 



LOUIS C. BOHLE, 

U. S. MARSHAL, 
EASTERN DISTRICT OF MISSOURI. 




HENRY J. BUS, 

PR i OF SCHOOI B IARD, I X.|l, pj 



CHAUNCEY I. I'ir.r.r.Y. 

POS1 MAS! IK OF S l - LOUIS, 1873 8. 



Ml (TABLE ST LOUISANS IN 1900 




(I. \KI-.\< K A. Sl\( I.AI R, 

UR-HOL] AND PAINTING I I I. 
 ' 'l . PIRS1 REG. N. G. M 0. 



LIEUT.-COL. AMOS STICKNEY, 

I HARG] U. S. A. ENGINEER OFFICE, 
PRESIDENT, MISSOURI RIVER COMMISSION. 





VLI Rl li .1. ALOE, 

MUM LIEUTENANT, 
ELFTH U. 5. 1 '. I \ s l RV. 



J \M l.S ARBUCKLE, 

MANAGl R, 

i mi . wiii.n w CLUB .*- FOREIGN TRADE ASS'N. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



265 




AUGUST A. CONDON, 

BAKER. 




S. PERRY, 

PRESIDENT, 
IRA PERRY PIE CO. 




M. HARVEY ALEXANDER, 

UNDERTAKER. 



CHARLES MAULL, JR., 

PRESIDEN l . 

CHARLES MAULL MACARONI CO. 



NOTABLE SI LOUISANS IN Li 





ADAM SHATTINGER, 

Vli I. PRES] HI \ I. 

i rsic co. 



i >SCAR A. FIELD, 

PRESIDENT, 
O. A. FIELD PIANO CO. 





HOMER MOORE, 



SAMUEL W. GUMPERTZ, 

l \ \ M3ER I \l PERIAL TIM LT1 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN l!)dO. 



267 




HORACE P. DIBBLE, 

CONCERT SINGER & VOCAL INSTRUCTOR. 




ALBERT B. GREEN, 

ARTIST & DESIGNER. 
MEMBER, BOARD OF EDUCATION. 




(II ^RLES HUMPHREY, 

CONCERT SINGER & VOCAL INSTK 



\l EXANDER HENNEMAN, 

I R r SINGER i VOCAL I N STH 



\. i I \l:l I ST l< >UIS W'S IX I! 





I RANK B. YORK, 

PRl 
VORK-KEY MERCANTILE CO. 



THOM VS DUNN, 

PRESIDENT, 
THOMAS DUNN LOAN, STORAGE .1 MERCANTI1 




I \( I »B SI I M Kl , 




..AHl II II ..K..U ER, 

PRESIDEN1 «"',H^ PRESS BRICK .\ IMIII 



MEYER BAUMAN, 

PRES. I . BAU MAN .1 l« II KV CO., 
WHOLESALE IEWELERS AMI IMPORTERS, 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISAXS IX I! 



269 





L. RKRTRAM CADY, 

PRES. L. BERTRAM CADY CO.. 
MERCHANT TAILORS. 



KoMAN L. BISKUP, 

MERCHANT TAILOR. 





NICHOLAS GUERDAN, 

SECRETARY & TREASURER, 
THE GUERDAN HAT CO. 



LUCAS SCHOT I M I ' KM I R, 

PRESIDEN l . 

ITION CIGAR CO. 



S( I I \i'. II- ST LI >l IS \N'S IN 1""" 




Wm. II. MAYO, 33° 

RD. ENCAMPT, K.'.l .'.C.S.A., «.HI>. SE( 
URD. CHAPTER, R.' \ ". M .GRAND REC. K.' I 





BENJAMIN F. NELSON, 

SU PR EME REPORTER, 
KNIGHTS OF HONOR. 




HENRY C. I A I I'M. 



II I VRY. 

M l - l \ K\ COMMERCIA1 I RA\ I i ins. 



LOUIS T. LaBEAUME, 

NATIONAL SECRETARY, 
fRAVELERS' PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1900. 



271 





HENRY WEAVER, 

MANAGER, 
planters' HOTEL. 



JOSEPH L. GRISWOLD, 

PROPRIETOR, 
LACLEDE HOTEL. 




HENRY C. LEWIS, 

MANAGER, 

SOUTHERN HOTEL. 



JULIUS I). ABELES, 

SECRE l MM a l REASUR] R, 

TERMINAL HOTEL ,\ ARCADE CO. 






\'< H \i: ; LOUIS W'S IX 1900. 




HENRY .1. LINNEMAN, 

M ISSION M ERCHANT, 




I.I i I MOSER, 

PROPRIETOR. 
UOSER HOTEL. 




.H IIIN A CAM PBELL, 

PBI I I. A REID, 



ALBERT I). EVANS, 

STRA (V KUTTON EVANS COM. CO., 

LIV COM M bsKiK. 



NOTABLE ST. LOUISANS IN 1000. 



273 





HENRY LUEDINGHAUS, JR., 

VICE-PRESIDENT, 
LUEDINCIIAUS-ESPENSCHIED WAGON CO. 



HENRY LUEDINGHAUS, 

PRESIDENT, 
LITEM NGIIAUS-ESPENm I V, M.'»\ CO. 





ARTHUR E. LUEDINGHAUS, 

SECRETARY, 
LUEDINGHAUS-ESPENSC1IIED WAGON CO 



JAM! 

MA 
MUTUAL I II I 



M ) I \i:i.K ST. LOUISANS IX 1900 








NATHAN COLE, 

NAT. BAN K OF CON M EKCE, 

l \., [876; MAYOR, 1869-70. 



ROBERT S. DAVIS, 

GENERAL FREIGHT AGENT, 
ST. LOUIS SOUTHWESTERN RAILWAY CO. 





ADl H. I'll B. BENESCH, 

us MANAGER, i Cll u:l PUBLISHING CO 

PUBLISHERS 01 IIM WORKS "l ART. 



I. (>N SANDERS, 

PRESIDENT, 
SANDERS ENGRAVING CO. 



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