7 edition of The St. Louis Gambler & the Railroad Man found in the catalog.
April 18, 2005
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Written in English
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The Minneapolis and St. Louis Railway (M&StL) (reporting mark MSTL) was an American Class I railroad that built and operated lines radiating south and west from Minneapolis, Minnesota for 90 years from to The railway never reached St. Louis but its North Star Limited passenger train ran to that city via the Wabash Railroad.. The railway's most important route Headquarters: Minneapolis, Minnesota. Professional gamblers paid $10, a month for the privilege of conducting their games in this room. A smaller room behind the bar went for $3, a month. Jack Gamble, an appropriately named sporting man, leased the entire second floor for $60, and outfitted all the rooms for games of : Historynet Staff.
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