Terra Cotta Tile Vernacular Commercial built in 1925
8110 Big Bend Boulevard
Levy's Dry Goods Store
Vernacular Cast Iron Storefront built in 1911
8122 to 8136 Big Bend Blvd.
The W.P Winter Building
Vernacular Cast Iron Storefront built in 1908
8150 Big Bend Boulevard
Old Orchard Pharmacy
Vernacular Commercial Building built in 1926
8157 to 8161 Big Bend Blvd.
The Louis Goldberg Building
Tapestry Brick Vernacular Style built in 1930
South Old Orchard Business
34 South Old Orchard Avenue
The Holekamp Lumber Company
Modern, Shed Roof Style built in 1957
Thank you for taking a walk through Webster Groves history.
The Historic Webster Walk Series has been created to provide residents and visitors with a look inside the unique character of Webster Groves, MO. The walks, guidebooks and this website are designed so that individuals, schools, scouts and other groups can tailor the walks to their own pace and particular interests.
Additional Webster Walks are available, each one focusing on a specific neighborhood. If you would like to make a tax-deductible contribution to support this important project, please make your check payable to the Webster Groves Historical Society and mail it to 1155 S. Rock Hill Road, Webster Groves, MO 63119.
For further information or if you would like to become a member of the Webster Groves Historical Society, please write us at the above address, call 314.968.1857 or visit us at historicwebster.org.
The Webster Groves Historical Society gratefully acknowledges this fine organization whose support of the initial project helped to make this third Webster Walk a reality for Webster Groves citizens and visitors both today and for many years to come.
Founded by Kathy Weyhrich and Greg Falk
Written by Ann Morris
Illustrated by Nicky Bottger
Guide Designed by Scott and Laura Gericke of Design Lab, Inc.
Edited by Lee Walker Falk
Home Sketches by Marilynne Bradley
Photography by Bill and Diann Wichman
Narration by Bill Wichman
The mission of this web presence is to provide a forum for the continuing research and study of the fabulous historic homes of Webster Groves and the people who first lived in them, and to share that gained knowledge with all who are interested.
There is much to be learned from the historic homes of Webster Groves. They are enduring remnants of a vibrant past.