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Hear about the vast architectural and landscape architecture collections held by SHSMO and learn how to conduct research with these invaluable records. Online and free, registration required.

Hear about the vast architectural and landscape architecture collections held by SHSMO and learn how to conduct research with these invaluable records. Online and free, registration required.

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An overview of current bicentennial-related projects, programs, and events as well as developing plans for commemorating the state’s two hundredth anniversary. Learn about diverse opportunities for developing a greater understanding of Missouri’s history, life, and culture during the Missouri Bicentennial. Online and free. Registration is required.

Join SHSMO art curator Joan Stack for a virtual tour focusing on the aesthetics of the State Historical Society of Missouri’s award-winning new headquarters, designed by Kansas City architectural firm Gould Evans. Online and free, registration required.

Join SHSMO art curator Joan Stack for a virtual tour focusing on the aesthetics of the State Historical Society of Missouri’s award-winning new headquarters, designed by Kansas City architectural firm Gould Evans. Online and free, registration required.

Join SHSMO archivist Zack Palitzsch for an overview of preserving important photographs stored on numerous kinds of digital devices, backing up files, and the importance of preserving information on social media accounts. Online and free, registration required.

Join SHSMO archivist Zack Palitzsch for an overview of preserving important photographs stored on numerous kinds of digital devices, backing up files, and the importance of preserving information on social media accounts. Online and free, registration required.

Representing the Show-Me State with distinction, finalists from the NHDMO state contest will represent Missouri at nationals.

Join us for a look back at the Missouri Suffragettes who organized the St. Louis "Golden Lane" Protest in 1916. Online and free. Registration is required.

Join us for a discussion of the exhibition Missouri Women: From Suffrage to Statecraft in SHSMO’s art gallery. Online and free. Registration is required.

Join SHSMO and discover how different communities in Missouri experienced and responded to the 1918 flu epidemic in a two-part series with senior archivist Kathleen Seale. Using primary and secondary sources, part two discusses how organizations, schools, and government entities reacted in the Show-Me State. Online and free. Registration is required.

Join SHSMO and discover how different communities in Missouri experienced and responded to the 1918 flu epidemic in a two-part series with senior archivist Kathleen Seale. Using primary and secondary sources, part two discusses how organizations, schools, and government entities reacted in the Show-Me State. Online and free. Registration is required.