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  • The Campbell House MuseumCampbell House Museum St. Louis, Missouri
    The Campbell House Museum was opened on February 6, 1943 in St. Louis, Missouri and has become one of the best historical properties in the area. Between 1936 and 1941, it became one of the Historic American Buildings Survey and was made a City of St. Louis Landmark in 1946. In 1977, the museum was listed on the National Register of Historic Places and in 2000 was made a National Trust for Historic Preservation Save American's Treasures project. It is owned and managed by the Campbell House Foundation, a non-profit and is a marvelous example of Victorian style architecture. The home was constructed in 1851 by John Hall who sold it to Cornelia Hempsted Wilson in 1853, although she would only live here for a year and then sell it to Robert Campbell in 1854. His family would then live here until the final child passed on in 1938. Virginia and Robert Campbell bought the house for $18,000 and within months of moving in, started expanding it; adding on more servant quarters, a bigger kitchen and dining room.

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  • Grant's FarmGrant's Farm St. Louis, Missouri
    Grant's Farm in St. Louis, Missouri was bought by August A. Busch more than a century ago and it has become the showcase of the family and a home to over 1000 exotic animals from six of the continents. The 281 acre estate has been the ancestral home of the Busch family since that purchase by August and has been an marvelous attraction for more than half a century. Over 24 million visitors have come here to see the wonderful animals, the estate's many venues and the cabin that is the only one that was ever hand built by one of our Presidents, Ulysses S. Grant. During the 1850s, Grant started the farm and constructed his cabin in three days, with the help of friends and neighbors.

January 11, 2011