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Title: Literary St. Louis: a Guide
Author: Lorin Cuoco
Secondary Author: William H. Gass
Editor: Lorin Cuoco and William H. Gass 
Publisher: Mo. Historical Soc. 
Publisher Location: St.Louis 
Date of Publish: 2000 
Comment: This book features fifty authors who lived and worked in St. Louis 

Akins, Zoe Byrd
Benson, Sally
Bornstein, Heinrich
Churchill, Winston
Curran, Pearl
Dreiser, Theodore
Eliot, Henry Ware
Eliot, T. S.
Eliot, William Greenleaf
Elkin, Stanley Lawrence
Gellhorn, Martha
Hahn, Emily
Himes, Chester
Hurst, Fannie
Johns, Orrick
Johnson, Josephine Winslow
Moore, Marianne
More, Paul Elmer
Neihardt, John Greenleaf
Nemerov, Howard
Pennell, Joseph Stanley
Pulitzer, Joseph
Seifert, Shirley
Simpson, Peter
Taylor, Peter
Thompson, Kay
Urdang, Constance
van Ravenswaay, Charles
Whitman, Thomas

Aluminum Ore Race Riot
First Public High School in Missouri
First St. Louis Newspaper Published
Gasconade Bridge Collapses
Globe-Democrat Formed
Mercantile Library Association Founded
St. Louis Argus Founded
St. Louis Public Library Founded
Washington University Founded
Webster University Founded
Wednesday Club Formed



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