Here’s the story of how 20 small birds built their legacy in Lafayette Park.
You won’t find such an array of styles within a single building material as with St Louis City and brick
Edward Sterling (1834-1911) was the founder of a bonafide St. Louis brick-making empire, with Lafayette Square connections.
“A skeleton walks into a bar and asks for a beer…and a mop”. The old Zittlosen Building at 1322 Dolman has been a particularly prominent skeleton in the Lafayette Square closet.
Do you know how Waverly Place got its name?
This founding father of the rebirth of Lafayette Square never even owned a car, preferring the bus for trips around the country or town.
Welcome to the Lafayette Square Archives. We currently have several hundred documents, 92 house tour booklets, and many photos scanned and ready to incorporate into articles for you to enjoy.