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Digitizing St. Louis: History & Public Policy

This project is aimed at bringing to life the history of St. Louis and the region through the unique lens of public policy. The purpose of this project is to provide researchers, students, and the general public with a greater understanding of our region’s history, development and missed opportunities. I cannot be held responsible if this project depresses you–my hope would be that it instead inspires you to create/shape better, more inclusive and empathetic public policy.

These documents are from the State Historical Society of Missouri, St. Louis Research Center.

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St. Louis Argus 1915-1926
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The following is a collection of articles written by Ernest Calloway for the St. Louis American between 1980-1981 on black politics in St. Louis. 
Topics: St. Louis, digiproject, St. Louis, Black Politics
Bi-State Development Agency, Phase I review of potential St. Louis People Mover Transit System for Downtown St. Louis. December 9th 1980. Some pages (chapter covers) may appear upside down. Download as a PDF and enjoy. 
Topics: Transit, Stldigiproject
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Published by the St. Louis Housing Authority, a partner program conducted by the St. Louis Community Development Agency and the Cochran Gardens Tenant Management Corporation. 
Topics: stldigiproject, St. Louis, Public Housing, Cochran Gardens
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This oral history comes from the Oral History Collection (makes sense). The interview conducted by Chris Chrenshaw, is of the former (I think) Pastor/Friar at  Saints Mary and Joseph Catholic Church in Carondelet  Robert Sydlowski. The interview was conducted on November 15th, 1993. The discussion touches on many topics including life in St. Louis growing up, catholic life in St. Louis and baseball. 
Topics: St. Louis, digiproject, Oral History, Catholic