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Horse drawn vehicles are a strainge sight in 21st century St. Louis streets. Still, some members of the community remember...
Lunch Counter Sit-In
Through the 1940's and 50's, African Americans were forbidden in many St. Louis lunch counters. Some courageous...
In 1960, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. visited St. Louis and spoke at the United Hebrew Temple, now the History Museum's Library and...
St. Louis citizens recall scenes of winters past and a remarcable find makes us wonder about untold winter stories.
Nez Perse Grave
Dr. Bob Archibald explains the origin of a Nez Perse memorial sculpture found in Calvary Cemetery, the city's oldest existing...
Marie Meyers Flying Cirus
Dr. Bob Archibald discusses Marie Meyers and the early days of flight in St. Louis.
Dr. Bob Archibald explains the political term "Loco Foco" and its local history. Image: Political cartoon celebrating the defeat of...
Gratiot League Square
A brief history of Charles Gratiot and the Gratiot League Square, hosted by Dr. Bob Archibald president of the Missouri...
Dr. Bob Archibald discusses the origins of the Forest Park Balloon Glow and Balloon Race. Music by Swing Deville, recorded live...
Dr. Bob Archibald discusses Bloody Island, a sandbar once present in the Mississippi River where gentlemen would often duel to...