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Ted Wight is a Broker- Salesperson with Dielmann Sotheby's International Realty. Ted is the #1 agent in the office & a top-ranked realtor in the St. Louis area.
A reader sent me this information and picture yesterday. It looks like a different house than the one that I talked about a few weeks ago. Any further information readers have one this subject is appreciated. Litzsinger Woods is a new subdivision now with "cluster homes".
"Shown below is a picture of the Rhode Island exhibit home at the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair. On July 4, 1904 it was purchased by St. Louisian John Ringen with the intent to dismantle it and reconstruct it on his farm on Litzsinger Road. On your old plat maps of the era you will see this located in the Charleville Tract where the Mo. Pac. RR branch and Des Peres River meet, just west of Tilles Park., what is now part of Litzinger Woods. I'm not so sure this is the same building you depict as the old World's Fair building in your communique of February 16, 2011???"
Check out the previous post about this subject HERE