Update: I went back to photograph the building in July of 2020.
The Forest Park Visitors’ Center is an interesting mix of Spanish Revival architecture with a couple bits of other styles. It was originally built as a streetcar shelter, but I suspect the tower was built later or substantially altered, as it does not match the architecture of the rest of the building.
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Forest Park Forever’s website says that the tower is the original structure and the rest was replaced after a 1925 fire. Pretty substantial tower for a trolley shelter!