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St. Louis Memories: A Look Back
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St. Louis Memories: A Look Back
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch is proud to partner with The State Historical Society of Missouri, The Missouri State Archives, The University of Missouri Mercantile Library and the Missouri History Museum to present a beautiful community book project. "St. Louis Memories: Looking Back" will strive to capture the unique heritage of St. Louis in a collection of historic photographs. Pre-order by November 6th and save $6 off the retail price of $35.95!
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Share your historic photos! The St. Louis Post-Dispatch is pleased to be working with our readers to present a new, hardcover, coffee-table book, "St. Louis Memories: Looking Back," capturing the heritage of St. Louis in a collection of your historic photographs.
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The St. Louis Arena during demolition, February 27, 1999.
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A north eastern view from Forest Park of the arena implosion. A high-speed camera provides sequential views of the destruction of The Arena. The camera is facing the imploding building on Oakland Avenue from across Highway 40 in Forest Park.
The St. Louis Arena (dubbed the Checkerdome), before a visit by presidential candidate Ronald Reagan in 1980.
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The St. Louis Arena, 1967
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FILE PHOTO 1967 -- The neon sign of a hockey player scoring a goal once adorned the front of the Arena.
The original home of the St. Louis Blues and where I saw my first concert. Elton John's "Yellow Brick Road" tour. He came out in a suit of balls and sang "Furneral for a Friend."
People walk across the frozen Mississippi River from East St. Louis to St. Louis on Feb. 12, 1936. The Municipal (later MacArthur) Bridge piers are in the background. (Lou Phillips/Post-Dispatch)
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People walking across the frozen Mississippi River from East St. Louis to St. Louis on Feb. 12, 1936. The Municipal (later MacArthur) Bridge piers are in the background. (Lou Phillips/Post-Dispatch)
Mississippi River frozen solid ca. 1920. People walking across it
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A Look Back • When the Mississippi River froze over : News
This day in St. Louis: January 4, 1942 - Perhaps the greatest right-handed hitter of all time, St. Louis Cardinal great Rogers Hornsby is elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame. He won seven batting titles and topped .400 three different times. #STLcards #STL250 via stltoday.com
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This day in St. Louis: January 5, 1963 - Rogers Hornsby spent 12 seasons with the St. Louis Cardinals, helping them win the World Series and winning Most Valuable Player award twice. He was 66 when he died. #STL250 via stltoday.com
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January 5, 1963 - Rogers Hornsby spent 12 seasons with the St. Louis Cardinals, helping them win the World Series and winning Most Valuable Player award twice. He was 66 when he died. #STL250 via stltoday.com
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March 1, 1958: Marlin Perkins future host of TV’s Wild Kingdom attracts huge crowd
This day in St. Louis: January 7, 1985 - Lou Brock, who set the record for stolen bases, was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame after a 19-year career -- most of it with the Cardinals. The Cardinals acquired Brock in one of the most lopsided deals in baseball history, trading Ernie Broglio to the Cubs for Brock in 1964. #STLcards #STL250 via stltoday.com
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Lou Brock, of the St. Louis Cardinals
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January 8, 1905 - Joseph Wingate Folk is inaugurated as Missouri's governor, where he pushed for reforms like stricter child-labor laws. #stl250 via stltoday.com
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Happy 250th Birthday to St. Louis
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St Louis celebrates its 250th anniversary in 2014! See all the events: http://www.stl250.org/
Saint Louis, Missouri was founded 250 years ago today on February 15, 1764 by Pierre Laclede!
A Look Back • World's Fair cleared way for a popular tradition: sledding on Art Hill via stltoday.com.
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"After the Fair was Over." (People sledding down Art Hill after the closing of the 1904 World's Fair. East Restaurant Pavilion and Colonnade...
Sledding Art Hill, 1904-05 "Sledders take to Art Hill in Forest Park sometime after the World's Fair ended on Dec. 1, 1904. Employees from the fair's administrative offices used folding chairs with some success, as the photo indicates." - St. Louis Post-Dispatch, photo from Missouri History Museum
A Look Back • Dingy but busy railroad trestle stalls Arch project almost three decades
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A Look Back • Trestle stalls Arch project almost three decades : Gallery
Christmas in St. Louis is a special time in a special place. As you’ll discover in the pages of this festive pictorial book, the Gateway City goes all-out to celebrate the season. Folklorist and professor Dr. John L. Oldani and photographer Mark S. Abeln have created a living album of Christmas wonders.
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www.thepost-dispa... for back issues of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch from the 2013 MLB Postseason and unique St. Louis merchandise.
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Hi-tech display coming to Union Station
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Sex researchers Masters & Johnson through the years
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Sex researchers Masters Johnson through the years
"The concept of sexuality as a question of only the penis in the vagina is so absolutely Victorian- it's sick." -Virginia Johnson, Masters of Sex
A Look Back • Worried by the war, St. Louisans slow to revel in 1942 World Series