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Real property -- Missouri -- Saint Louis

Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:

Alewel Family Papers

Identifier: A0016
Scope and Contents The collection contains memorabilia mostly concerning Ms. Norma E. Alewel and her father Louis Emil Alewel, including tax receipts and various St. Louis brochures and blueprints of buildings owned by Olivia and Louis Alewel and designed by Julius E. Tarling. The collection includes many photographs of the Alewel family. Box 3 contains several brochures and pamphlets regarding the St. Louis Relief Committee for Central Europe. Box 4 contains a ledger for an upholstery business for Louis E....
Dates: 1893-1966

Carr-Papin Family Papers

Identifier: A0235
Scope and Contents The Carr-Papin Family Papers consist of records relating mostly to Judge William C. Carr of St. Louis and the allied family lines of Silas Bent and fur trader Joseph Marie Papin. The papers include miscellaneous records related to William C. Carr’s law practice, assorted personal and family records, business records, and land records of several generations of the Carr, Bent, and Papin families. The Walter Carr Papers Series...
Dates: [1776]-1877

Joseph Conway Family Papers

Identifier: A0320
Scope and Contents Collection contains several nineteenth-century surveys and deeds relating to Conway family land in Township 45, Ranges 4 and 5 East, St. Louis County; several legal papers relating to the estate of John Ward (1827-1830), who lived near Joseph Conway in Bonhomme Township; several bills of sales of slaves in St. Louis County and elsewhere in Missouri; and miscellaneous legal papers relating to various cases in St. Louis courts. Other notable items include a circular letter of the Treasury...
Dates: 1786-1959

Doud Family Papers

Identifier: A0397
Scope and Contents

The collection includes a variety of documents of the Doud family including correspondence, invitations, stock certificates, programs, and circulars. Includes papers relating to the Independent Order of Odd Fellows; the death of Odd Fellows member Richard Randolph in 1915; the Louisiana Purchase Exposition of 1904 (St. Louis World’s Fair); and Miss Minnie Green and the Green family of Mt. Vernon, Illinois.

Dates: 1880s-1936

Augustus H. Evans Papers

Identifier: A0461
Scope and Contents

The collection consists primarily of business correspondence of George E. Walker, James Y. Sanger, David Sanger, and Lucian P. Sanger of Ottawa, Illinois, to Augustus H. Evans, and various legal papers mostly relating to land in St. Louis.

Dates: 1818-1874

Gaebler-Knight Family Papers

Identifier: A0543
Scope and Contents The Gaebler-Knight Collection is comprised of the papers of Adolph Nelson Gaebler (1863-1954), his daughter Anita Gaebler (1892-1977), and Anita’s husband Walter J. Knight (1881-1951). Adolph Gaebler’s papers are predominately business records, correspondence, and real estate papers. The papers of Anita Gaebler and Walter J. Knight are personal correspondence, mostly between the two of them before their marriage in 1914. The Adolph...
Dates: 1883-1954

Lee W. Grant Papers

Identifier: A1821
Scope and Contents

Collection includes Grant family correspondence, receipts, invitations, stock certificates, and other papers. Notable content includes a letter written by famed engineer James B. Eads and a letter written by Emily W. Grant, providing an eye-witness account of the San Francisco earthquake of 1906.

Dates: 1854-1954

Gratiot Square Realty and Improvement Company Collection

Identifier: A0606
Scope and Contents The collection consists of correspondence, deeds, a minute and land assessment book, legal papers relating to the property of Charles B. Gratiot and family, and the records of the Gratiot Square Realty and Improvement Company in St. Louis. Among the items included in the collection are papers concerning the acquisition of land by Sandy Annis (a veteran of the 70th U.S. Colored Troops Civil War regiment), correspondence and documents relating to a legal dispute that resulted...
Dates: 1854-1936

John Grether, Jr., Papers

Identifier: A2919
Scope and Contents

Collection contains several commissions of John Grether, Jr., as a notary public and other professional and personal papers.

Dates: 1856-circa after 1896

Kerr-Peters Family Papers

Identifier: A1845
Scope and Contents

Collection consists primarily of nineteenth-century deeds for property in St. Louis and related legal documents, mostly relating to Anne M. Peters, George W. Kerr, and the Spencer family. Collection also contains two Civil War commissions of James F. How.

Dates: 1827-1883