Posts Tagged 'Missouri'

Baby Colobus Monkey at The Saint Louis Zoo [video]

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The Bravest Ballerina – Gabi Shull [video]

Another video about Gabi HERE

Taxidermy’s Best in Show [video]

Hurry! There’s Still Time To Get Tickets For 2014 North American Manure Expo

manure-expoSpringfield, Missouri is the place to be on July 8 & 9, 2014! Don’t miss this year’s North American Manure Expo.

We know your time is valuable. But so is every gallon and pound of manure being applied to your fields. You can’t afford to miss the 2014 North American Manure Expo, the only trade show on the continent to focus specifically on manure management and application issues. It would be a real waste to your wallet.

Visit their website HERE.

 

Bit Of History – 1986 Shuttle Disaster

I just uploaded four newspaper pages from the the day that the Space Shuttle Challenger exploded on take-off in January of 1986. The crew member who is most remembered is teacher, Christa McAuliffe. Also added a few odds and ends of local news. Of particular interest are tech-related stories from 1971 that feature the picturephone and bootleg 8-track tapes.

Challenger disaster HERE

1971 Tech stories HERE

Local odds and ends HERE and HERE

Homepage of my classic newspaper site HERE

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Classic Newspapers – The Big Snow of 1982

Most St. Louisans (at least the ones who are 40 or older) remember the snow storm of 1982 as the ‘Big One’ that virtually shut down the city. A week after the storm, the Post-Dispatch published a special section covering the event. All 12 pages of that section have just added to HotMeatloaf.com.

View the Big Snow section HERE

Check out other papers at HotMeatloaf.com HERE

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Classic Newspapers From 1981

HotMeatloaf.com, my site for classic newspapers has just added 11 pages from March 31, 1981. That was the day that John Hinckley attempted to assassinate President Reagan outside a Washington DC hotel. Scanned pages from both the St.Louis Globe-Democrat and St.Louis Post-Dispatch are included.

Read the papers from 1981 HERE

See what else is available HERE

A Secret Service agent with an automatic weapon drawn, moments after the shooting.

 


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