1920s Lincoln Beach
Lincoln Beach was a popular place to enjoy the river. Thousands of bathers would gather, arriving by canoes and small boats from up and down the river. This popular beach was a byproduct of earlier dredging by the Union Sand and Gravel Company, which operated a separating plant from aggregate on the east bend of the river.
Photo provided by: Missouri History Museum, St. Louis. Title: Swimmers and boaters enjoying the river at Castlewood Park, Missouri. Creator: Fred Stelljes
CastlewoodMO - July 12, 2012 1920s Lincoln Beach
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