[APG Public List] Sample room in 1870s St. Louis

Michael John Neill mjnrootdig at gmail.com
Fri Feb 19 19:22:17 MST 2010


Thanks. It makes an excellent point that things can be learned from just
about any record--even ones about building beer caves.
Michael



On Fri, Feb 19, 2010 at 8:14 PM, Kate Foote <kate at comm1net.net> wrote:

>  *Good sleuthing Michael. Looks like you were on the right track from the
> start!*
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> *Kate*
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> *Subject:* [APG Public List] Sample room in 1870s St. Louis
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> Thanks for all the suggestions on a "sample room." I'm going with the idea
> that it was some type of drinking establishment, perhaps even associated
> with the apparent brewery this gentleman had at some point in time.
>
> Found a very interesting mechanics lien for the proprietor of the sample
> room when he and his partner didn't pay completely for the beer cave they
> had built in the 1860s.
>
> Michael
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