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In 2018, Landmarks Association of St. Louis began an effort to support the restoration of both the Bissell (Red) and the Grand (White) water towers on the city's north side.
Engineering assessments were completed but more work is needed to keep these landmarks part of the St. Louis architectural landscape for decades to come.
You can help us fund that work with your purchase of our Water Tower Ornament. The proceeds of all ornament sales will go toward our Water Tower Repair Initiative.
About the ornament:
DIMENSIONS: 80cm/about 3.25” tall
The ornament is laser-engraved stainless steel with a red bow and comes in a red chiffon gift bag.
About the Towers:
- St. Louis’ “Red” or Bissell Water Tower was designed by renowned architect William Eames in 1885. The tower housed a standpipe that helped to normalize St. Louis’ water pressure between 1886 & 1913.
- St. Louis’ East Grand or “White” Water Tower was designed by architect George I. Barnett and completed in 1871. It is reputed to be the largest free-standing Corinthian Column in the world. The brick shaft is capped with an ornate cast-iron capital and once contained a standpipe that helped to regulate water pressure across the City system.
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