McBride Links

The following are some other links to McBride related websites.

MCBRIDE MISCELLANEOUS LINKS

Class of 1964 information

     1961-Room 311 Cover

     1961 - Room 311 yearbook - David Paul's first teaching assignment

     1961 Academic Honors Convocation Program 

Some Old Pictures From the Mid-50's,Mid-60's and Early-70's

Marianist Retreat & Conference Center, Eureka, MO

Marianist Retreat & Conference Center - Class of 70 and 71 Retreat Photos - the retreat pictures are from 69 and 70 but they are students from the classes of 70 and 71

May 24, 1964 - Micks Win State Baseball Championship - Post Dispatch Article

1956 McBride Football Pictures

Nomination to the National Register for the William Cullen McBride
Catholic High School
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William Knoedelsender, Class of 65, on David Letterman in 2009.

William Cullen McBride's Mansion in St. Louis Central West End.

Class of 1970 Graduation Video

1940 U.S. Census That Contains McBride Faculty At The McBride Location


MCBRIDE SCHOOL SONG
From the class of 1968 website, our school song.  Press the back button to return to our site.


MCBRIDE ALUMNI MERCHANDISE
This is a commercial site that sells high school alumni t-shirts and sweatshirts.  They also provide an all-alumni type of site for high schools.  You will see that it does have a number of people from other classes who have signed up.  Overall there is not a lot of content within the site if you sign-up.


MCBRIDE MANIA
More McBride Information from Dik Ganahl from the class of 69.  Be sure to check out the You Tube Video.


MCBRIDE FACEBOOK PAGE
Any McBride alumni who is a member of Facebook can become a "fan" of the McBride Alumni Assn and can post photos and add comments.


LIVING IN ST. LOUIS LINKS
From the class of 1968 website, KETC, Channel 9 in St. Louis has put together their Living in St. Louis series on YouTube that provides us with some great memories of St. Louis.  I hope you enjoy these video segments.  Also please support Channel 9 to help keep series like these going.


YouTube Video Memories
The following are some links that will take you back to the 50's, 60's and 70's courtesy of some YouTube videos.  I hope this brings back some great memories.

St. Louis Memories

Memories of St. Louis in the 50's & 60's

Holiday Hill Amusement Park

Holiday Hill Old Video

Chain of Rocks Park - 1970 

Toys of the 50' and 60's


Amusement Parks
The following is a link to the amusement parks in St. Louis.

Forest Park Highlands & Other Amusement Parks


GENEALOGY IN ST. LOUIS
This is not specifically a "McBride" site, but it does have a lot of information about St. Louis.  A great trip down memory lane.  Be sure to visit the section titled "St. Louis Memories."  Trust me, it will bring back a lot of old memories.  Enjoy.


KXOK
For all of you Micks that remember KXOK Radio Park, across the street from Sherman Park, this is the place to go.  It contains information and history of the radio station.  Be sure to check the "Sing Along Surveys."


SONGS FROM THE 50'S & 60'S
This site has the top hits from the 50's and 60's.  It's like having your own jukebox of high school memories with You Tube video, enjoy.


ST. LOUIS MUSIC HISTORY
The following is a link to all of the bands from the 60's.  Some of them played at our McBride dances.  Enjoy the memories.


ST. LOUIS RADIO
Radio was an important part of our life during High School.  This is the premier website of the history of St. Louis broadcast radio.  Remember some of the DJ's that we listened to in our cars.  Enjoy going back to those days of old.


OLD ST. LOUIS TIME PORTAL
An interesting site that has pictures and links to more pictures of Old St. Louis.  Much of this is before our time, but still interesting to view as a history of St. Louis.


REMEMBERING THE PAST
From the class of 1968 website, a retrospective of the decades from the 50's to the 80's.  Enjoy.


ST. LOUIS KIDS SHOWS
Remembering the Kid's shows from the 1960's.


MEMORIES FROM THE 50'S AND 60'S

Scenes from the 50's and 60's

More from the 50's snd 60's

Even More from the 50's snd 60's