Gene-Del Printing is well equipped to assure all of your projects will leave a lasting impression.
Whatever your printing & copying needs are, we can accommodate you from
design and printing to bindery and mailing as seamlessly as possible.
Whether you are writing a family history, a cookbook or an employee handbook,
self-publishing is easy and affordable. Let us help you self publish your book!
We serve a large array of clients including corporate, not-for-profit, school districts and municipalities.
We are centrally located on Manchester Road between Brentwood Boulevard and Rock Hill Road.
Come visit us today! For more information, please call Keith or Brian at 314-962-4750 or firstname.lastname@example.org
In September 1973, Gene and Delores Dodel decided to form their own company, one they could be proud of. They arrived at the new name of
Gene-Del Printing. The printing business started in the basement of a residence in Brentwood with a $500 used press, a used desk, typewriter and various other equipment necessary for beginning an enterprise.
Since 1973, Gene-Del Printing has continued to grow and expand, upgrading and adding new state-of-the-art printing equipment.
Today, Gene-Del is still family owned and operated!
The Pulse is published the second Monday of each month. Deadline is the first Monday of each month. Ad rates are for camera ready art.
AD RATES Full Page 10-1/4 x 16-1/4 – $215.00 1/2 Page 10-1/4 x 8-1/2 – $165.00 1/4 Page 5 x 8 – $115.00 1/8 Page 5 x 4 – $85.00
For color ads, please add $25 to the cost.
For more information please call Joyce at 314-962-4750 ext. 115 or email email@example.com
In-house Design • Offset Printing
High Speed Duplicating • In-Line Booklet Making
Odd Size Copying • Personalized Items
Full Bindery • Book Publishing
Mailing Services • Shipping
And so much more!
This is a reprint of the 1971 version of the original book. The book was painstakingly scanned from the original in my collection. Each page is reproduced in high resolution and coil bound so the pages lay flat while viewing. Printed on 12” x 18” high quality acid free paper. A nice edition to your historical book collection. Perfect coffee table book as people are attracted by the cover art.
PICTORIAL ST. LOUIS: The Great Metropolis of the Mississippi Valley A Topographical Survey, Drawn From Perspective 1875.
Illustrations by Camille N. Dry and designed & edited by Rich. J. Compton.
Over 220 pages of illustrations and descriptions of life in St. Louis in the late 1800’s. The preliminary drawings for this work were made early in the spring of 1874. After a careful consideration of the subject, it was determined to locate the point of view so that the city would be seen from the southeast, believing that to be the most advantageous in all respects. Accordingly, the point of site was established on the Illinois side of the river, looking to the northwest, and at sufficient altitude to overlook the roofs of ordinary houses into the streets.
A careful perspective, which required a surface of three hundred square feet, was then erected from a correct survey of the city, extending northward from Arsenal Island to the Water Works, a distance of about ten miles, on the river front; and from the Insane Asylum on the southwest to the Cemeteries on the northwest.
Every foot of the vast territory within these limits has been carefully examined and topographically drawn in perspective, by Mr. C. N. Dry and his assistants, and the faithfulness and accuracy with which this work has been done an examination of the pages will attest. Absolute truth and accuracy in the representation of the territory has been the standard and in no cases have additions or alterations been made unless the same were actually in course of construction. In a few cases, important public and private edifices that are not yet finished are shown completed, and as they will appear when done.
All the buildings within the limits of the survey in July, 1875, are shown; and a very large number of those executed or commenced since that date have been also introduced, the pages having been constantly corrected up to the last possible moment before publication.
This book is available from Gene-Del Printing for $75.00. Please call Keith at 314.962.4750 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also stop by our office at 9019 Manchester, 63144 in Brentwood to view the book.
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Front row, left to right: Aaron Dodel (son of owner Eric Dodel), Joyce Dodel-Locke (sister of owners Keith and Eric Dodel), Kim Phegley (partner of owner Eric Dodel), and Neal Schroeder. Back row, left to right: Brian Dodel (son of owner Keith Dodel), Robert Haudrich, and brothers/owners Eric and Keith Dodel.
Pictured at our annual Chili Cook-Off.
Every year, the City of Brentwood hosts "Brentwood Days" in September.
Our staff, friends and family have always participated in the parade, handing out free memo pads and candy.
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