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COMMUNITY & CULTURE 1 3 2 4 Sesquicentennial Celebration SEE AND BE SEEN MISSOURI HISTORICAL SOCIETY PHOTOS BY BRYAN SCHRAIER 5 D ubbed “A Party to Go Down in History,” the Missouri Historical Society’s Sesquicentennial Celebration had just the right touch to transport guests back in time. “Thomas Jefferson” made the rounds as guests enjoyed live music and dance performances throughout the Missouri History Museum. Guests also feasted on an elegant dinner, as well as St. Louis- and Missouri-themed bites, including mini 1904 World’s Fair hot dogs and Ted Drewes frozen custard. Cathy Berges, Kim Eberlein, Marsha Rusnack and Ann Scott served as the evening’s co-chai