Terra cotta tiles

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© Jane Linders
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St. Louis was once the largest manufacturer of brick and terra cotta in the world. Vast deposits of high grade, clay, cheap skilled labor and the ability to easily transport product put St. Louis on the map as leading brick making town. Bins of this historical treasure can be found on 15 acre architectural museum located in Sauget , Illinois

In the One Brick at a Time photo essay.

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