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7 cool treats in historic St. Louis: Part 6

The “New Century in Old Orchard” walking tour includes Webster University’s Thompson House, a Tudor Revival home built in 1910. Eleanor Roosevelt stayed here in 1949 on a visit to St. Louis to look over plans for the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial.
The “New Century in Old Orchard” walking tour includes Webster University’s Thompson House, a Tudor Revival home built in 1910. Eleanor Roosevelt stayed here in 1949 on a visit to St. Louis to look over plans for the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial.
Photo by Amy Borrelli
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