The Patch Revisited, Carondelet

I’ve long been worried about the cluster of historic stone and other brick and wood frame houses that form the core of a neighborhood that goes back to at least the Civil War, or even before, when James Eads built ironclads on what became the now-vanished Carondelet Coke plant.

Known as The Patch, it is really the southeasternmost portion of Carondelet.

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