Ted Drews opened the first St. Louis stands on Natural Bridge Rd. and South Grand in 1931. In 1941, the family opened a second south side stand which is the current Chippewa location. By 1958, it was the sole location.
Map of Charlemagne's empire, 768-843. Charlemagne, a.k.a Charles the Great or Charles I, was king of the Franks from 768, king of the Lombards from 774, and was crowned emperor in 800. Charlemagne died in 814 and was succeeded by his only surviving son, Louis I. Louis's death in 840 was followed by civil war between his three sons, which resulted in the split (and the end) of the empire in three parts in 843.
Europe, 1500 | The (oxymoron) Holy Roman Empire = REICH I |▶ https://www.pinterest.com/pin/349803096036720623/ |▶ Teutonic Order (1253 AD) ✠ & Prussia ✠ |▶ "German Empire" (Prussia) first German Unification (1871-1918) = 1/3 POLAND Partitions ! = REICH II => WW I ✠ |▶ REICH III 卐 => WW II, FRG/GDR, wall || REICH IV ? = BRD+GDR 2nd unification after fall of the wall by POLANDs fight for freedom !! THINK EU !! http://familypedia.wikia.com/wiki/House_of_Hohenzollern ⇆ | ✍ 151114,1629
"At its peak in the mid-12th century, Cahokia was by far the largest native community in North America. Smaller settlements shared similar features, including platform mounds, large plazas, and protective stockades." Art: Greg Harlin. Sources: Bill Iseminger and Mark Esarey, Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site; John Kelly, Washington University in St. Louis
1817 Waterloo Map. From: Full and Circumstantial Account of Memorable Battle of Waterloo: second restoration of Louis XVIII; deportation of Napoleon Buonaparte to island of St. Helena and his conduct and mode of life in his exile. Together with interesting account of affairs of France, and biographical sketches of most distinguished Waterloo heroes. Embellished with engravings. Author: Kelly, Christopher. via British Library, Page: 64 Publisher: Thomas Kelly, London.