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Hidden History of Downtown St. Louis (Paperback)

Hidden History of Downtown St. Louis By Maureen O'Connor Kavanaugh, Thomas P. Kavanaugh (Editor) Cover Image
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A reputation as the town of shoes, booze and blues persists in St. Louis. But a fascinating history waits just beneath the surface in the heart of the city, like the labyrinth of natural limestone caves where Anheuser-Busch got its start. One of the city's Garment District shoe factories was the workplace of a young Tennessee Williams, referenced in his first Broadway play, The Glass Menagerie. Downtown's vibrant African American community was the source and subject of such folk-blues classics as "Frankie and Johnny" and "Stagger Lee," not to mention W.C. Handy's classic "St. Louis Blues." Navigate this hidden heritage of downtown St. Louis with author Maureen Kavanaugh.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781467136839
ISBN-10: 1467136832
Publisher: History Press
Publication Date: January 23rd, 2017
Pages: 128
Language: English
Series: Hidden History