One of the main drags through Gravois Park, Winnebago is perhaps the black sheep of the east-west “Indian Tribe Streets” in South St. Louis. But it is just the type of street in St. Louis that I love; no major landmarks sit along it, it has an odd name and goes through a pretty rough neighborhood. But it reflects the overall beauty of St. Louis, with multiple eras and styles represented. Its silent contribution to the overall beauty of the city, like a tooth in a mouth, is undeniable. From severe decay, to loving attention, Winnebago Street has it all.