Maplewood History: Cora Clamorgan – Part Two

Included in my previous post, Cora Clamorgan – Part One, was a copy of one of the earliest articles I was able to find on this unfortunate subject which is the Clamorgan family having been found to have some negro blood and the repercussions thereafter.  That article appeared in the Seventh Edition of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch on June 9, 1911.

Maplewood History: Cora Clamorgan – Part One

Those of you who were in the audience for one of the performances of the Maplewood-themed, Shakespearean mashup, “Remember Me”, experienced a rare and delightful event.  If you haven’t heard anything about this play, let me say, my wife and I were stunned by the very high quality of the production.  It was wonderful…everything from the 10 foot high puppets to the live music.  Put together by the very talented theater department of St. Louis U, it was a three-of-a-kind event that took place over three nights of one weekend in September 2016 and is unlikely to be repeated ever.

Jazzy social distancing concert

Maplewood resident Cary Colman played and sang jazz standards last Friday afternoon for her neighbors on Flora Avenue — all keeping a good distance from each other.

Maplewood History: Stuff I Found While Looking For Something Else is packed full of interesting information.  It is very easy to get sidetracked while using it as a source for your research. Often I discover something very interesting but completely unrelated to Maplewood.  For quite awhile I’ve had the idea of doing a blog post about some of these unrelated items.  This post features an advertisement I stumbled across that nearly caused me to do a backflip.

Stone Spiral Coffee – and PLANTS!

Stone Spiral [2500 Sutton Blvd, Maplewood] is serving walkup beverage orders, mornings 9 a.m. to noon. Latte, mocha, tea and more at the safe and healthy distance. CASH ONLY PLEASE.