Living St. Louis
April 15, 2019
Special | 27m 43s
Story of the manuscript library which was damaged by fire and of the man who opened a number of these museums across the country. An interview with the director of the 40th annual St. Louis Storytelling Festival. In April of 1942, crowds line the streets of downtown St. Louis to welcome home one the country’s first heroes of World War II.
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