September 13, 2019
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A streetcar turns south on Laurel Street from Delmar in front of the Pageant movie theater in the 1960s. The Pageant was a venerable theater in St. Louis last century and was the first stadium style theater built in the region, according to cinematreasures.org. Joe Edwards took the name from the now-demolished theater in creating the wildly successful Pageant live music venue three blocks to the west of this site.
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Streetcar is eastbound Delmar at Laurel, turning into the DeBaliviere carbarn. Waiting bus is probably a 91 DELMAR. Photo is between 1960 and 1964
In this photo, a streetcar turns south on Laurel Street from Delmar in front of the Pageant movie theater in the 1960s.