St. Louis, Missouri - Interest places
Eero Saarinen (1910 - 1961) Finnish-born American architect who designed the Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri, the TWA terminal at JFK Airport and other famous buildings, his first name is familiar to crossword puzzle enthusiasts due to its frequent use as an answer in those puzzles
Eero Saarinen (1910 - 1961) - Find A Grave Photos
Jefferson Barracks Cemetery, St. Louis Missouri, USA ~ My ex husband is buried here
America's Best Places to Eat Like a Local: O'Connell's Pub, St Louis MO. 4/2013. Cheeseburgers.
Marlin Perkins - Zoologist, TV Host. Recognized as one of the leading ecologists and naturalists in the world. It was during Perkins' tenure with the St. Louis Zoo that he, along with producer Don Meier, began work on an idea for a new television program. Mutual of Omaha's "Wild Kingdom" debuted on January 6, 1963, and was in original production for 27 years. The program received four Emmys from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
Students at the former Lafayette School, 815 Ann Avenue in Soulard, play on the piles of shoveled snow on Tuesday, Feb. 16, 1982, the first day on which classes resumed for St. Louis public school students. Almost all schools stayed closed for the week after the Jan. 30-31 storm, and suburban districts began returning over the second week. City school board members said they were afraid that children could be hurt on the high drifts and piles along sidewalks. They certainly would be playing on t
St. Louis fountains dyed red in honor of the Cardinals' opening home game. See more Midwest moments on our Instagram feed: www.instagram.com...
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