St. Louis, Missouri, The Beers Hotelmil, c1920

Like many grand hotels of its era, the Beers Hotel at the corner of Grand Avenue and Olive Street has a tragic history. Noted in 1881 as the first hotel in St. Louis to be wired for electricity, it was rebuilt in 1893 to include an elaborate Victorian facade, five floors, and 136 rooms. But in 1931, the hotel caught fire and burned to the ground. It was never rebuilt.

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St. Louis, Missouri, The Beers Hotelmil, c1920

Historic Pictoric | Item# 101196__HPSTL

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