The Visual Journal of -the View from 2323

These are the Pictures, Data, Newspaper Clippings, and Art work from the original View from 2323 research. In an effort to display the direct evidence that was used to tell the story…here they are!

The Folders discovered first and some of their oddly beautiful content!

Created by Edna Seib, these organized Folders were used for Inspiration, also containing CLUES!

Discovered online and in archives, these CLUES, informed Dumpster Archeology about so much history.

Obituary of Dr George Seib
1940 Census Report, that shows the ages, and professions of the Seib Family
Young George at McKinley High
Article about George’s Christmas Decorations. George and Tom on the cover.

Conrad Fink, the original owner of 2323 Lafayette and his Obituary. Walter Nasse is his Grandson who died young, his father Augusta Nasse was the Son in Law and inherited the House at 2323.

The Tragic Death of William G Fink.
Carrie Seib hit a cop with a car.
The Independent Church of Truth in the STL Post-dispatch.

2323 Lafayette Square during the 1920s and 30s

Wood working Prints made by Cullen Curtis for Strange Folk Festival featuring themes from 2323 like the 1901 Warehouse fire, Cyclone of 1896, House at 2323 and Conrad Fink’s grave.

Modern Day house at 2323 before renovation.

Strange Folk Festival 2016 at Lafayette Square. The View from 2323 exhibit