|Morton D. "Buster" May's House at 2222 South Warson Road, Ladue, Missouri (1941-42). Photograph by Hedrich-Blessing.|
- The special challenges of historic preservation of modernist architecture including land speculation, preservation ordinances and property boundary modifications.
|Paul Hohmann photograph of interior (July 2005).|
- The important contributions of Morton May to Saint Louis including his extensive art collections largely held by the Saint Louis Art Museum, his dedication to seeing the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial project from the city's riverfront implemented and his contributions to the business community by making the May Company one of the most progressive department stores in the country.
|Photograph including Mayor Tucker (far left), Vice President Nixon and Morton May (far right). May was chair of the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial Committee.|
- Overview of Samuel Marx's architectural career, furniture designs and art collections including his restaurant and hotel interiors, museums and galleries as well as residences. Marx's careful integration of architecture and interiors received special emphasis.
|Glass coffee table with book display shelves below designed by Samuel Marx.|
|Photograph by Paul Hohmann posted to Flickr documenting the house prior to its demolition (July 2005).|