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Name:  Exposition and Music Hall
Address:  Olive and Fourteenth Street
Year:  1884
Date of Demolition:  Unknown
Architectural Firm/Architect:  J.B. Legg
Front facade:  Brick, common bond
Dimensions:  502´ x 332´
Neighborhood:  36
At the time the Exposition and Music Hall was built, it was the "largest and grandest" exposition hall in the nation, outside of those built for the 1876 Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia. The monumental building was constructed of brick, stone and terra cotta used in a classically inspired detailing [132, 134].

Legg, Jerome B.

Architectural Heritage of St. Louis, 1803-1891



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