Panoramas of the City at Missouri History Museum

The newest exhibit at the Missouri History Museum features historical panoramas of St. Louis like you’ve never seen them before! Public Historian Adam Kloppe explains how these photos have been enlarged, some up to 10 feet tall, to reveal details that hadn’t been visible to the naked eye before now.

Panoramas of the City features a diverse array of images ranging from the women’s suffrage movement, to the 1927 tornado damage, to a no longer existent baseball field. And the exhibition even features panoramas of St. Louis submitted by people today.

The exhibit continues through August 12, 2018. And if you’d like to submit your panorama you can do so by emailing it to MySTLPanorama@mohistory.org or by Twitter or Instagram with #MySTLPanorama.

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Date: April 18, 2015 Time: 10:00am