Elizabeth Engel, Laura Jolley, Aleksandra Kinlen, and Heather Richmond from the State Historical Society of Missouri join host Sean Rost to discuss their involvement in the creation of the exhibit, In Their Own Words: Celebrating the National Women and Media Collection.
Watch as Bill Eddleman, professional genealogist and associate director of the SHSMO Cape Girardeau Research Center, discusses a variety of resources used to locate ancestor information and trace family history.
Dr. Kimberly Voss joins us to talk about her writings on women in journalism, particularly her books on women’s pages in newspapers, and how she utilized the National Women and Media Collection for her research.
The Center for Missouri Studies in downtown Columbia debuted three new exhibitions this week and is hosting an ongoing raffle to win a reproduction Missouri Bicentennial Quilt throw! All exhibitions are free and open to the public...
The first episode of Our Missouri's 2022 summer series features Jean Gaddy Wilson discussing her career in media, her involvement in the Journalism and Women Symposium (JAWS), and her role in the establishment of the National Women and Media Collection (NWMC).
Last week, the Show-Me State saw fifty-five of its brightest students compete in the 2022 National History Day virtual contest. Two Missouri teachers were also recognized for their excellence in the classroom.
Adding to its expansive catalog of resources for understanding all facets of Missouri history, the State Historical Society of Missouri has published a new digital interactive that explores the significance of June 19 and August 4 to African American freedom in Missouri and the United States.