Our original site started in 1998 was hosted by
Liturgical Publications (now Pastoral Solutions).
stbonifaceonline.com was created
in June 2005 as a means of getting the word out on the Oral
History project, which was created as a gift to the people of St. Boniface
to share with their families and friends. It is continued today as a resource
for family, friends and the world at large, to share the story of this historic
Hildegarde Dierker Eiler, who provided much of
the needed historical information used on this site.
Sr. Marie Charles Buford, CSJ, director, Carondelet
Community Betterment Federation
St. Louis Public Library, Carondelet Branch
Jenni Brandel Owens, who suggested the Reunions
Michael Gregory, who suggested the Genealogy section
Schneider, who got me inspired to start the Weddings section with those
great photos he scanned in for his sisters.
Our many other contributors. Thank you for sharing
your memories with me and allowing me to share them with everyone else out there.
I am honored by you and hope I can honor you by keeping this site alive with
all sorts of interesting multimedia material.
Harris, NiNi, A History of Carondelet,
Southern Commercial Bank publication, 1991.
Hewes Toft, Carolyn, Carondelet: The ethnic
heritage of an urban neighborhood, Washington University, 1975.
Wayman, Norbury L., History of St. Louis Neighborhoods:
Carondelet, St. Louis Community Development Agency, 1979.
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