This ornament represents the City Hall of University City. The Beaux Arts style building was erected in 1903 by University City founder Edward Garner Lewis to house the office of the Lewis Publishing Company. Herbert C. Chivers was the architect and building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The bright gold ornament comes in a keepsake box with a historic description.
City Hall Print
Pat Baer has created this illustration of University City's City Hall, originally known as the Magazine Building. Printed in black on cream paper, ready to frame.
Tent City Tokens
1904 World's Fair Goers who stayed in E. G. Lewis' tent city (University Heights #1) received a complimentary tent city token as a memento. Now you can own a commemorative reproduction of this speciall piece. The Historical Society acquired an authentic 1904 token and is offering quality reproductions. The tokens are a perfect addition to your University City memorabilia collection, or as a holiday gift. #G1 I've Been To Missouri And They've Shown Me Memorial token - $6 actual size approximately 1 3/16". Presented in quality case with historical explanation.
U. City Logo Ornament University City's official lion head logo has a polished gold finish and will look fine on your Christmas tree, or worn as a pendant, or hung in a window. 2" x 2 3/4", with red ribbon, in a gift box.