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Rabbi in the Red Cross
In 1933, St. Louis Rabbi Ferdinand Isserman sounded some of the earliest warnings about the rise of Adolf Hitler. When World War II broke out, Isserman volunteered to serve American troops in North Africa with the Red Cross.
Jeweler Adam Foster
Producer Anne-Marie Berger sits down with jeweler Adam Foster, who creates each piece as a one-of-a-kind.
Judge Nathan B. Young
The co-founder of the St. Louis American newspaper was a multi-faceted man immersed in African-American history (and writing about it), the law, and expressing himself on canvas.
Fire Chief Hero
St. Louis Fire Chief Joseph Morgan died fighting a warehouse fire north of downtown, the only chief in the city’s history to die in the line of duty.