Louis has achieved world-wide recognition during some of the most challenging of times. The golden age period (to some folks) may have been the early 1900s when over 20 million visitors from all over the world attended the Worlds Fair. The city magnificently rose to the Worlds Fair challenge and St.
Louis earned a reputation as the worlds largest producer of beer, shoes, stoves, and wagons. There are others, who feel the 1960s era was the best. During this time, the community rallied and supported the Cardinals at the newly built Busch Memorial Stadium (1966). If sports didnt hit the top on the list of wonders, the 630 ft. Gateway Arch (built in 1965) in honor of the Lewis and Clark explorations created a sense of tremendous button-popping pride.
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