Mullanphy Emigrant Home fundraiser

Filed under: Entertainment,Family Events,Family History,Family Places,Uncategorized — Chamberlain @ 10:41 am
No. 9

To any of you who may have missed the article:

Efforts to save 1867 building are dealt extra blow by recent storm

Here is a photo of the the building located at 14th and Howard in north St Louis:
Mullanphy Emigrant Home

Below is the link to the story.

Please spread the word and let’s see how many Mullnaphy cousins we can get to the Bottleworks on Saturday. We’ll be late as we will be taking pictures of Graham and his Prom entourage. Hope to see ya’ll there.

Eleanor and Ralph


  1. Ralph and Eleanor,

    Thanks for alerting all of us about this project – we were unaware of the existence of the building and the hope to salvage it. I will contact the Mullanphy School where Uncle P held the Mullanphy Reunion in hopes of getting the names of the attendees of that reunion . We need to include them in all of our efforts in the Chamber…

    From the Mound City on the Mississippi Web site (linked here) we found the following pertinent information:

    Name: Mullanphy Emigrant Home
    Address: 14th & Howard
    Architectural Firm/Architect: Barnett & Piquenard
    Bryan Mullanphy left one-third ($200,000) of his estate to establish
    a fund to “provide relief to all poor emigrants passing through St. Louis
    to settle in the West.” The home served as a place where emigrants
    could stay. When the need for the home passed, it was sold and
    subsequently served a variety of purposes.

    We will also try to attend the fundraiser…

    Bob and Sarah

    Comment by rcdunnii — April 9, 2007 @ 10:50 am

  2. There is another article in this morning’s Post:

    Comment by elphe — April 10, 2007 @ 5:53 pm

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