A club known as The Round Table was established in 1882 where members could establish relations to be united on matters pertaining to the prosperity of the City of St. Louis. This civic organization was not directly connected with Washington University, however civic and business leaders in St. Louis, such as Edward Mallinckrodt, were both University supporters and club members.
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Finding Aid Revisions: This finding aid was entered into Archon by Hannah Barg in August 2012.