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May 27, 2016

Literary Landmarks: T. S. Eliot Home

TheMount This house at 4446 Westminster Place, St. Louis was built in 1904 by Architect/Builder Henry W. Eliot. The Federal Revival Townhouse gains its notoriety because it was the home of the poet T.S. Eliot. The house was built by his father Henry who was president of a local brick company which accounts for the high-quality brick and flawless course work. T.S. Eliot was 15 or 16 when his family moved into the house. He wrote his first poem at the age of 15, a school exercise which was later published in the Harvard Advocate, the university's student magazine. The T.S. Eliot House became a City Landmark in 1976 but is privately owned.

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On This Day:
  • Robert W. Paul and Birt Acres build and run the first working 35 mm camera in Britain, the latter patents the design in his name only, 1895
  • Arthur Wing Pinero's "Trelawney of the Wells", a comic play, premieres in London, 1898
  • Opening of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Fransisco, California, the public is invited to "Walk the Bridge", 1937
  • The National League awards the Canadian Montréal Expos a baseball franchise, the first expansion outside the US, 1968
  • Richard Gurley Drew receives a patent for his adhesive tape, later made by 3M as Scotch Tape, 1930
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  • Georges Rouault (1871-1958), French painter, graphic artist
  • Max Brod (1884–1968), Czech/Israeli writer and composer
  • Louis-Ferdinand Céline (Louis-Ferdinand Destouches, 1894-1961), French writer
  • Dashiell Hammett (1894-1961), American author
  • Rachel Carson (1907-1964), American ecologist
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