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Item Details
Public
Available to everyone
Culture
American
Title
Sons of Rest Pavillion
exterior
central portion
Work Type
pavilion (garden structures)
Date
Work: 1872
Era: CE
Image Date: 2004
Location
4256 Magnolia Ave
Saint Louis, Saint Louis City, Missouri, United States
Material
Wood supported on iron posts
Period
Baroque Revival
Description
Name taken after a poetical name for senior citizens. This pavilion, to which MacAdam referred, is the park's largest, one of several designed by Eugene L. Greenleaf. The name now attached to the bold gold, brown, cream, red, and blue "summer house" arose from the popularity of the shelter and its surroundings among St. Louis's seniors as a shady spot for reading and relaxing, a tradition that continues here and in the air-conditioned Stupp Center nearby. -- http://www.towergrovepark.org/index.php/history/pavilions.html
ID Number
20120413ARCH_0017
Source
Photographer: Wilson, Richard Guy
Complex Title
Tower Grove Park (Saint Louis, Mo.)
Spatial coordinates
38.646181,-90.267641
Rights
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License
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File Properties
File Name
8791956.fpx
SSID
8791956

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