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Soulard's Second Century (Missouri)
by Betty Pavlige
2001, Arcadia Publishing
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This is history as it was lived, in the words of the woman who experienced it. The neighborhoods famous market, travails of work, and the bonds of friendship encompass these pages filled with memories of a century in Soulard, St. Louis's historic neighborhood. Betty Pavlige has combined images from family albums with a tremendous number of her own personal tales to document the changing times in Soulard. Her vivid and poignant voice weaves together a tapestry of everyday life, and chronicles what it was like to grow up in Soulard.
Betty Pavlige is a pillar in her community, volunteering her time for 17 years to serve food at the St. Peter and Paul homeless shelter. Mrs. Pavlige was the Saint Louis Globe Democrat 1984 Woman of Achievement, and she is also a member of Youth, Education, Health of Soulard, an organization dedicated to saving historic monuments within the community.
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