On this map of St. Louis (1868), the site of Gustav's hotel, restaurant, and saloon is indicated in red. The green area corresponds to the boundaries of the modern Jefferson National Expansion Memorial with its famous Gateway Arch. The old corner of Market and Second Streets lies right below the arch. A fitting tribute to the Gustav's dreams!
A three-dimensional view of Gustav's old neighborhood in 1875, fifteen years after his death. The front of his old hotel, restaurant, and saloon can be seen by following Market street from the riverbank up to Second Street.