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The St. Louis Star

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The St. Louis Star (5 march 1911)

The St. Louis Star was a newspaper published in St. Louis, founded as The St. Louis Sunday Sayings in 1884, then renamed as The St. Louis Star-Times, and in 1896 renamed as The St. Louis Star. The newspaper ended in 1951 when it was purchased by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.



By Conan Doyle in The St. Louis Star

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