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4, April 2017

The Most Disgraceful Election in American Politics

One of the beautiful things about the Missouri History Museum’s Library (aside from the setting, of course), is that sometimes you can come across some pretty cool stuff by accident. While working on a long-term project of inventorying and rehousing single-issue newspapers from our collections, we recently stumbled onto some amazing headlines from the front page of The St. Louis Chronicle concerning St. Louis’s mayoral race in 1901. Read more »

15, April 2016

My 5 (Or So) Favorite Things in the Library: Day 5

Our final list of favorite things for National Library Week 2016 comes from Emily Jaycox, librarian for the Missouri History Museum. Here she is! Read more »

14, April 2016

My 5 (Or So) Favorite Things in the Library: Day 4

Our librarians aren’t the only ones with favorites at the Missouri History Museum Library! Today’s lists come from two staff members who work in different departments housed within the LRC building. Are you ready to learn what Lauren Mitchell, director of publications, and Gwen Moore, curator of urban landscapes and community identity, love in the library? Then read on! Read more »

13, April 2016

My 5 (Or So) Favorite Things in the Library: Day 3

Today’s lists come from Edna Smith, assistant librarian, and Debra Schraut, catalog librarian. So without further ado, here they are! Read more »

12, April 2016

My 5 (Or So) Favorite Things in the Library: Day 2

Yesterday I shared my favorite things in the library. Today, let’s see what Jason Stratman, assistant librarian, and Kelly Brown, acquisitions librarian, find fascinating! Read more »

11, April 2016

My 5 (Or So) Favorite Things in the Library: Day 1

Welcome to National Library Week 2016! All this week, the Missouri History Museum Library, housed in the Museum’s Library and Research Center at 225 South Skinker Boulevard, will join the American Library Association and libraries throughout the United States in celebrating how libraries transform lives and communities. Read more »