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1. Back from the Brink: The East St. Louis Story Back from the Brink: The East St. Louis Story Winter//1997-1998 Article about the city of East Saint Louis, Illinois, across the Eads Bridge over the Mississippi River from Saint Louis, Missouri, and its attempts to recover from severe urban decay, with several photos....

2. Beauty of Bridges Beauty of Bridges July-August//1974 Photos and article about the prominent bridges of Missouri, including mainly text about the Eads Bridge in St. Louis designed by James Eads, with a photograph of the Paseo Bridge at Kansas City, etc.

3. Fred Conway: Landmarks of St. Louis Fred Conway: Landmarks of St. Louis May-June//1973 Article about the paintings by artist Fred Conway of landmarks in Saint Louis, including the Eads Bridge, the Gateway Arch, the Milles Fountain with the Saint Louis Union Station in the background, and...

4. From the Pike to the Spike From the Pike to the Spike Summer 1993 Article about the history of river front development in Saint Louis along the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers, starting with the "Pike" steamship in 1817 and the "spike" in railroads, made possible with...

5. James B. Eads James B. Eads March/19/1887 Portrait and obituary article about James Eads (1830-1887), engineer of several river-related machines, including the Eads Bridge, ironclad boats, dredges, etc., born in Indiana and dying in "Nassau."

6. Missouri Heritage Missouri Heritage Biographical article about James Eads (1820-1887), an engineer and inventor born in Indiana and moving to Saint Louis in 1833, starting work with steamboats and boat salvaging devices around 1840. Illustration...

7. Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture 1928 Photo of the "Eads' Bridge, at St. Louis, [c]ompleted in 1874, and designed by Capt. James B. Eads, [c]ivil [e]ngineer, of St. Louis, [t]he most architectural of all the bridges in Missouri's history."...

8. Missouri's Hall of Fame: Lives of Eminent Missourians Missouri's Hall of Fame: Lives of Eminent Missourians 1923 Chapter of the book about James Eads (1820-1887) "Missouri's greatest engineer and inventor, and one of the most famous in America," born in Indiana and moving to Saint Louis in 1833, becoming an inventor...

9. Register of the Society of the Sons of the Revolution in the State of Missouri Register of the Society of the Sons of the Revolution in the State of Missouri 1906 Obituary for Estill McHenry (1843-1906), former co-owner of the Saint Louis Post newspaper, Kentucky state representative, and assistant in the construction of the Eads Bridge, born in Kentucky and moving...

10. The Illinois and St. Louis Bridge The Illinois and St. Louis Bridge June//1871 Article about the building of the Eads Bridge at Saint Louis across the Mississippi River, designed by engineer James Eads, with illustrations of him and the bridge under construction.

11. The United States Biographical Dictionary and Portrait Gallery of Eminent and Self-Made Men The United States Biographical Dictionary and Portrait Gallery of Eminent and Self-Made Men //1878 Portrait and biographical sketch of James Eads, "the greatest of living engineers [in 1878]," born in Indiana in 1820 and becoming an engineer and inventor of various river-related devices and machinery...

12. William Howard Taft William Howard Taft October 25, 1909 President Taft's fleet of steamboats on the Mississippi at Saint Louis.