1 edition of St. Louis globe-Democrat found in the catalog.
St. Louis globe-Democrat
|Other titles||St. Louis globe-Democrat, magazine section, Lincoln, the boy, Saint Louis globe Democrat, St. Louis daily globe-Democrat., St. Louis globe-Democrat (Saint Louis, Mo. : 1875)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||14 pages :|
|Number of Pages||14|
St. Louis’ Great Divorce and attempts to reunite By popular election in November, a board of freeholders is to be appointed to write a new charter separating city from county. On Aug the new Scheme and Charter are voted a November recount, the measures pass. In March, the city officially declares itself : Jeannette Cooperman. Issued in in microfilm form, as thesis, University of Missouri, under title: An historical study of the St. Louis globe-democrat, Description: xii, pages: illustrations, portraits ; 24 cm.
St. Louis Globe-Democrat Photographs: People Located here are photographs from the St. Louis Globe-Democrat Newspaper relating to people. Generally, they are photographs that were filed according to the content being of or about a single individual, though some instances of photographs of multiple individuals can be located here as well. In , the Globe-Democrat newspaper published a variety of articles on St. Louis residents, ranging across deaths, court proceedings, accidents, and names occurring in these articles are indexed along with the news content. Because of the size .
Get this from a library! Little Mack: Joseph B. McCullagh of the St. Louis globe-democrat. [Charles C Clayton; Howard Rusk Long] -- Epitomizing the American mystique, McCullagh (or Mack as he was popularly known) was the self-made man whose name became a legend in his profession. An Irish immigrant at the age of 11, a printer. Plat book of Saint Louis County, Missouri. Previous: 1 of Next: View Description. Page Flip View: View Image & Text: Download: small (x max) St. Louis Globe Democrat Images: St. Louis Mechanics Liens: St. Louis Mercantile Library - Directories, Gazetteers, Rosters and Guides.
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This online index references all deaths in Missouri and Illinois mentioned in this daily newspaper and is based on microfilm copies of the newspaper held by St. Louis County Library. Deaths before were published in the Missouri Democrat, which merged with the St. Louis Globe to become the St.
Louis Globe-Democrat. The St. Louis Globe-Democrat was published originally as the Missouri Democrat in and ceased publication in St. Louis Globe-Democrat, index to death,Globe-Democrat 1(St. Louis Genealogical Society website).
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Louis Development Corporation (SLDC); and the Land Clearance Redevelopment Authority (LCRA). LOUIS Globe-Democrat. 51 likes. The ST. LOUIS GLOBE-DEMOCRAT is and exciting nostalgia and history monthly newspaper.
St. Louis globe-Democrat book articles, new facts and rare ers: Speakers of nation-wide prominence who met at door of a lowly log cabin to revere a great man's memory [illustration]. -- Roosevelt eulogizes Lincoln near cabin where he was born, president lays corner stone for Memorial Hall in St.
Louis globe-Democrat book of great throng, which stood with bared heads on little farm, orators of north and south pay tribute to emancipator, rain falls all morning, but fails to Pages: Buchanan’s first job in was at the St.
Louis Globe-Democrat; within months he was writing editorials as a protégé of the paper’s publisher, Richard Amberg. rows Box/Folder: Description Subseries 1: Publications and pamphlets Box 1: Publications and. Since there is to date, no published index to either the St.
Louis Globe-Democrat or the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, prior tothis file serves as the best avenue for researchers interested in finding news articles, without precise information as to the date of publication. #N#Direct questions or comments regarding this site to.
DATE: CREATOR: Saint Louis Globe-Democrat SCOPE: Acquired by the Mercantile Library inwhen the years old newspaper ceased publication, this vast collection covers the history, culture and life of the St. Louis region and the state of clips and photos cover a wide array of topics, from individuals, to events, to a multitude of other subjects.
This vast collection covers the history, culture and life of the St. Louis region and the state of Missouri.
The newspapers which eventually merged to form the St. Louis Globe-Democrat were staunch advocates of freedom and anti-slavery in Missouri. The Globe-Democrat eventually became the most widely-read morning paper in St. Louis. Louis globe-Democrat. [volume] (St. Louis [Mo.]) Search America's historic newspaper pages from or use the U.S.
Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between present. Title St. Louis Globe-Democrat (St. Louis [Mo.]) Other Title Saint Louis globe Democrat St. Louis daily globe-Democrat. The St.
Louis Globe-Democrat, which had clung tenaciously to life despite years of financial problems, ceased publication last night after its owners said they could no Author: Alex S. Jones. W.C. Handy (front, left), composer of "St. Louis Blues," visits Old Rock House Saloon in this circa photo in "Scenes of Historic Wonder: St.
Louis." Photo by St. Louis Globe-Democrat. The Globe-Democrat was founded in by three St. Louis businessmen. In E.
Lansing Ray, the heir of one of the founders, sold the paper to Newhouse for $ million. Louis Globe Democrat, ) The Book of St. Louisans,rev. "A biographical dictionary of the leading men of the city of St.
Louis" in the early years of this St. Louis Imprints Es B64; TJ REF FS2 B ). Richard Amberg talked about the temporary closure of the St Louis Globe-Democrat newspaper and the history of the paper.
Photographs of players engaged in sporting events and people engaged in activities related to sports can be found here, while photographs of individual sports players may be found at the St. Louis Globle Democrat. A History of the St. Louis Globe Democrat Paperback – September 8, by Jim Allee Hart (Author) See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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48 likes. Since the St. Louis Globe-Democrat has been published as a history/nostalgia paper in St. Louis. This publication was founded as the ers: A Little Book of Western Verse: Redd Foxx: Comic: 9-Dec Oct Foul-mouthed comedian, Sanford and Son: Mary Frann: Actor: Feb Sep Joanna Loudon on Newhart: Phyllis Fraser: Socialite: Jun Nov Wife of Bennett Cerf: Joe Garagiola: Baseball: Feb Mar St.
Louis Cardinal turned.