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history on the side

history on the side

Presented by Missouri History Museum
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history on the side

Each month we feature an hour-long documentary or performance to be enjoyed over lunch. Bring your own bag lunch or purchase lunch from Bixby’s, the Museum’s restaurant.

Mothers of Invention

Tuesday, March 12 * Noon * AT&T Foundation Multipurpose Room * Free

In this History Channel production, meet the inventive women whose stories and creations have been overshadowed by the exploits of their male counterparts.

Angel of Ahlem

Tuesday, April 9 * Noon * AT&T Foundation Multipurpose Room * Free

When the U.S. Army 84th Infantry liberated the Ahlem-Hanover concentration camp in 1945, Vernon Tott, a 20-year-old soldier from Iowa, felt compelled to document the horror. Fifty years later, Vernon set out to find the men he photographed.

Civil War Tech

Tuesday, May 14 * Noon * AT&T Foundation Multipurpose Room * Free

At a time when the nation was divided, Civil War technology, including the machine gun and the first aircraft carrier, revolutionized the way war was waged.

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This event is free and open to the public.

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Missouri History Museum
Lindell Blvd. at De Baliviere Ave.
PO Box 11940
St. Louis, MO 63112

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