St. Louis Globe-Democrat Photographs: People

Located here are photographs from the St. Louis Globe-Democrat Newspaper relating to people. Generally, they are photographs that were filed according to the content being of or about a single individual, though some instances of photographs of multiple individuals can be located here as well.
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"Dizzy" and Yogi Laugh it Up
"Dizzy" Dean laughingly tells the New York Yankees' Yogi Berra, one of the top hitters of present day baseball, that he's glad to be emceeing "Baseball Preview" every Saturday afternoon over the CBS Television Network rather than facing the American League's most valuable player. Yogi likewise seems happy that the ex-Cardinal and Cub pitching great has retired to the broadcasting booth.
1985 Spelling Bee Winner
"Spelling Bee winner Cindy Kriete with some of her prizes - dictionaries." Standing next to Kriete are other contestants in the Globe-Democrat Spelling Bee.
Al Fleishman
Photograph of Al Fleishman, Saint Louis public relations executive.
Alfonso J. Cervantes
Pic taken in front of city hall Mayor Cervantes new Cadillac. His chauffeur, Bill Jud stands in background
Alfonso J. Cervantes
A. J. Cervantes standing in front of an "Elect A. J. Cervantes Democratic Board of Alderman" sign.
Alfonso J. Cervantes
A. J. and Carmen entering New City School, 455 Lake; where they voted early Tuesday.
Alfonso J. Cervantes
Mayor Cervantes at City Hall.
Alfonso J. Cervantes
Alfonso J. Cervantes announces his candidacy for mayor Wednesday at the Breckenridge Pavilion Hotel.
Alfonso J. Cervantes
A portrait of former Mayor Alfonso J. Cervantes, which will be hung in City Hall, is shown by Charles Schmidt, city director of purchasing. The portrait, a gift from the ex-mayor's cabinet, was done by Lou Charno.
Alfonso J. Cervantes
Mayor Alfonso J. Cervantes meeting with crowd of people around a table and microphone.
Alfonso J. Cervantes
Mayor Cervantes listening Friday to grievances, from left, Frederick Weathers, Democratic committeeman of the 18th Ward; Alderman Joseph W. B. Clark; U. S. Rep William Clay, and Leroy Tyus, Democratic committeeman of the 20th ward.
Alfonso J. Cervantes
Inner-city youngsters seeking Mayor Cervantes' help Friday.
Alfonso J. Cervantes and Carmen Cervantes
Mrs. Alphonso J. Cervantes lights a candle for the birthday boy. Mayor Cervantes celebrated Tuesday with his wife, a trayful of cabled messages from friends and a mini-cake, a gift of Globe-Democrat photographer Jack Fahland.
Alfonso J. Cervantes and Hubert Humphrey
Campaigning Mayor Alfonso J. Cervantes with Sen. Hubert Humphrey at a rally Sunday afternoon at Council Plaza, 300 South Grand bl.
Arlander Graham
Day care attendee Arlander Graham is taking a break to enjoy a drink and a cookie during his day.
Barbara Selter Selling Papers
"Barbara Selter, Real Estate League of Greater St. Louis selling old Newsboy Editions at the Plaza21 in the Concord Village area." The seller is wearing a Seven-Up apron and button, and is holding a stack of newspapers.
Barney Schultz
Photograph of St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Barney Schultz.
Beatrice Adams
Mis Beatrice Adams. Executive Vice-President, Gardner Advertising Co.
Bill Bilkey
"Bill Bilkey, Shekimah Lodge 256 selling Old Newsboys Editions at Highway 61-67 and Bailey Road, Festus, Missouri."
Bill McKechnie and Joe Cronin
Here, photographically, is a record of the 1940 All-Star game, played yesterday at Sportsmans Park. At the left the two managers get together and Bill McKechnie (left), Cincinnati's gift to the National League, seems to be getting in the last work against Joe Cronin, the Red Sox contribution to the American League lineup. Bill had the last word all the way.
Bill Veeck and Hank Greenberg
Among the interested spectators were Bill Veeck (left), president of the Cleveland Indians, and Hank Greenberg, now an official of the Cleveland club. Greenberg performed in four consecutive All-Star games before the war as a member of the Detroit Tigers.
Bill White
Photograph of Bill White, Saint Louis Cardinals baseball player from 1959-1965 and 1969., Re-issued 1961-04-09 and 1963-04-07.
Bill White
Straightforward Bill White has never run away from a challenge. By Robert L. Burnes Executive Sports Editor of the Globe-Democrat When Bill White was a first baseman with the Cardinals, he was one of the outstanding players in baseball, up among the leaders in hits, runs, batting average, runs batted in - and honest answers. He's out of uniform now and in the New York Yankees broadcasting booth...
Bob Gibson
Photograph of Saint Louis Cardinals pitcher Bob Gibson after throwing a pitch.
Bob Gibson
Photograph of Cardinals pitcher Bob Gibson entering the windup.
Bob Gibson
Photgraph of Saint Louis Cardinals baseball pitcher Bob Gibson preparing to go into the windup.
Bob Gibson
Bob Gibson: His Life Story. 'From Ghetto to Glory' In four days Bob Gibson brings his heroic pitching record into the first game of the world series when opposes Detroit's hero, Denny McLain of the Tigers. Gibson broke his leg last year, and early this season had lost five games and won only three. Since then, he has allowed an average of less than one run a game, half the average of any other pitching giant, and his season mark is now 21 victories, 8 defeats...
Bob Goalby and Charley Boswell
Belleville's Bob Goalby, the 1969 Masters champion, talks over the day's activities with Charley Boswell, who has won 17 U.S. golf championships for blind people. The two were in a foursome during the Cystic Fibrosis Celebrity Golf Tournament Monday at Norwood Hills Country Club. Goalby assisted Boswell in lining up his shots.


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