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Historical Markers and War Memorials in St. Peters, Missouri
Location of St. Peters, Missouri
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|White balustrades gleamed against the new red bricks when, German born, Bernard Taubeler presented this house to his bride.
A century later it became St. Peters City Hall, 1967-1976 and Police Headquarters, 1974-82. — — Map (db m159912) HM|
|Built by Joseph Kremer and sold to John Gatty. Later, it became William Grothaus' Hardware Store in 1870; in 1902, Ed Stuckey's blacksmith shop, and Art Ell's St. Peters Garage in 1920. Living quarters removed in 1927. — — Map (db m159904) HM|
| Cribbin's Home
• This park, historically known as the Cribbin's Home, Kuhlmann's Grove, and even Cedar Grove in 1875, features a well-known home built in the mid-1800s.
• The home was built by Lawrence Cribbin (sometimes spelled . . . — — Map (db m150854) HM|
|This St. Peters District 31 Public School was built in 1869. About the same time, a new brick building replaced the old log school at All Saints Church on the hill. Public school classes continued here until 1951 when Dist. 31 became part of Fort . . . — — Map (db m159894) HM|
|The Bank of St. Peters (now Commerce Bank) chartered in Nov. 1804 was first located in the Schiobi building which stood at the present site of Uncle Elmers Tavern. Original Board Members - Aloy Schneider, C.J. Beard, J.P. Dunn, John Stratszer, & . . . — — Map (db m159901) HM|
|Built by George Radell 1865 and sold to Reinhard Kunderer in 1886. Tavern, dance hall and rooming house in rough, tough railroad days - room, breakfast, supper and feed and water for horse $1.00.
Rebuilt as today after 1913 fire. — — Map (db m159897) HM|
|Active in early St. Peters history. Home, road and bridge builder. Member of the original Board of Alderman. Organizer and first Chief of St. Peters Volunteer Fire Dept. This lot from 1796 Spanish land grant. — — Map (db m159921) HM|
|Post 313, organized in 1920 by returning World War 1 veterans, was named in honor of Aloys Crockwell who was killed in action at sea. This 1870 building was remodeled for American Legion Home and dedicated in 1949. Missouri Guard Honor No. 8 and . . . — — Map (db m159919) HM|
|Here, in 1870, Deppe and Reineke built a one-room general store and wine cellar. The Iffrigs purchased and enlarged it in 1901. For 53 years general merchandise and groceries were sold from "Iffrig's Store" at this location. U.S. Post Office here . . . — — Map (db m159902) HM|
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