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The main 1926 Beaumont tower, and a small, older annex to the east.
Beaumont Medical Building
In Midtown St. Louis stood the Beaumont Medical Complex, a group which included a pair
of 10-story buildings dating from 1926 (designed by LaBeaume and Klein) and 1946, a small annex building, and a 3-story garage. After many years as part of the bustling Midtown area, the buildings lost tenants to suburban flight in the 1960s; the Beaumont was vacated in the mid-1970s.
These handsome towers were already facing emminent doom when I first visited them in early 1997. Gutted, stripped of
much ornamentation, window panes empty, and with the entire entrance facade removed, the Beaumont
was still a good-looking building.
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