Genealogy Roadshow

St. Louis Central Library

Clip: Season 2 Episode 1 | 1m 21s

St. Louis' location made it a transportation hub and destination for immigrants seeking a new life. Over the course of history, the River City region has always been an eclectic mix of cultures and peoples, which makes it a great spot for genealogists to uncover fascinating family histories. The Central Library was built in 1912 and designed by famed architect, Cass Gilbert.

Aired: 01/20/15

Rating: NR

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