The Historic Mullanphy Alliance raised over $12,000 at its fundraiser on Saturday at the Schlafly Bottleworks in Maplewood. Keep the momentum going -- here's your next chance:
Steven Fitzpatrick Smith, Claire Nowak-Boyd and Michael Allen
and the Historic Mullanphy Alliance
invite you to the
to benefit the effort to rebuild the historic Mullanphy Emigrant Home
and for informal conversation on urban issues
featuring music by DJ Akita San
Thursday, April 197:00 - 9:00 PM
The Royale, 3132 S. Kingshighway
The Historic Mullanphy Alliance will be collecting donations toward stabilization of the Mullanphy Emigrant Home, and the Royale is graciouslydonating $1 from every purchase of a Schlafly product to the effort. Cometogether with fellow citizens to help an important effort and for informaldiscussion on architecture, history, politics and anything else on your mind.
The historic Mullanphy Emigrant Home in the Old North St. Louis neighborhood endured more storm damage on March 31. The building wasbuilt in 1867 as a home for newly-arrived immigrants who settled in St.Louis and points westward. The building is an important part of ourcity's immigrant heritage, and architecturally-significant landmark and an important part of the future of the Old North St. Louis neighborhood. Thebuilding is owned by the nonprofit Old North St. Louis Restoration Group,which is trying to raise funds needed to repair the storm damage.
More information is online at SaveMullanphy.org.
If you can't attend, send a donation of any amount to:
Old North St. Louis Restoration Group
2800 N. 14th StreetSt. Louis, MO 63107
If you have questions, contact Michael Allen at 314-920-5680.