DOCK FOR SIGHT-SEEING BOATS AT BAGNELL DAM, LAKE OF THE OZARKS, LAKESIDE, MO.
THE LAKE OF THE OZARKS, winding into the
Ozark Mountains for 125 miles through six
counties, with 95 square miles of sparkling water
and a scenic shoreline of 1,300 miles, is the new
Middle-west mecca for tourists and summer colonists.
It is the world's largest wholly artificial body of
water; created by Bagnell Dam, a hydro-electric
power plant of Union Electric Light and Power
Company's System, which serves the St. Louis
District and a large part of the Central Mississippi
C. T. ARTGRAVURE BY CURT TEICH & Co., INC., CHICAGO, U.S.A.