Caption: A sketch of floor action during the 1904 Democratic Convention, held July 6-9 in the Exposition and Music Hall. The party chose Alton B. Parker, a New York state appeals judge, to run against energetic and popular President Theodore Roosevelt. It was a long shot from the beginning, but at least the delegates could spend time at the World's Fair in Forest Park. The giant building was demolished in 1907. In its place was built the St. Louis Main Library, which opened in 1912. (Post-Dispatch)
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