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Union Trust Building
Later the Union Trust Building
Later the 705 Olive Building
705 Olive Street
Architect: Adler & Sullivan
After the Wainwright, this is Louis Sullivan's other major surviving design in St. Louis.
Its street-level facade, which featured massive and heavily ornamented circular windows at the second story, was considerably altered in 1924. A remnant of the round windows may still be seen on the west-side alley, however.
Union Trust Building; 1892-1893 - a pair of 1954 photos which show the building absolutely covered with grimy soot. University of Michigan Art, Architecture and Engineering Library collections.