St. Louis Pictorial Map
Stix-Baer & Fuller: 1935

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St. Louis Pictorial Map
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Frank Nuderscher (1880-1959) (after)
An Historical Map and new points of interest in the Great City of Saint Louis which is situated on the banks of the Father of Waters near the confluence of the Great Missouri
Stix-Baer & Fuller: 1935
Dichromatic offset process print
10.25 x 13 inches, image
11 x 14.5 inches, overall
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Pictorial map of St. Louis issued as a promotional item from the city’s leading department store at the time, Stix-Baer & Fuller. The map depicts the streets embellished with illustrations of points of interest such as Stix-Baer & Fuller’s store, the Arena, the St. Louis Zoo, City Art Museum, Old Cathedral, Jefferson Memorial, Forest Park, Lewis & Clark Expedition, Anheuser-Busch Brewery, Lindbergh Trophies, St. Louis University, Sportsmen's Park, "Home of St. Louis Cardinals and the St. Louis Browns" baseball and football teams, "General U[lysses] S. Grant's Cabin," and many other sites.

Frank Nuderscher was an American painter and muralist based in his native city of St. Louis, Missouri. In 1936, he was a supervisor for the Works in Progress Administration. A member of the National Society of Mural Painters, he produced murals for the St. Louis Zoological Gardens, and public buildings such as banks and hospitals. He also produced easel paintings of the Ozarks and urban St. Louis in a style influenced by the colors and atmospheric approach to landscape of Impressionism. Nuderscher was recognized with numerous awards from area arts institutions, including the City Art Museum of St. Louis (which also exhibited his work) the St. Louis Chamber of Commerce, the St. Louis Art Guild, and the Missouri State Fair.


"Frank Bernard Nuderscher-Biography." 10 November 2002. (15 February 2006).

Gilbert, Dorothy B., ed. Who’s Who in American Art. New York: American Federation of Arts and R.R. Bowker, 1959. p. 425.