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Gateway: The Magazine of the Missouri History Museum

For almost 30 years, Gateway has given the members of the Missouri History Museum a forum for the historical, cultural, and social issues affecting St. Louis and Missouri. With beautifully illustrated articles on preservation and architecture, folk culture and oral history, music and theater traditions, and civil rights and African American history, Gateway revels in the diversity of our region. Essays on individual Missourians and the origins of communities, organizations, and movements in St. Louis illuminate the known and unknown, while interviews and photo essays contribute personal viewpoints.

A subscription to Gateway is a membership benefit of the Missouri History Museum. For more information on becoming an MHM member, please visit the Membership page of our website. Individual issues of Gateway may be purchased through the Louisiana Purchase Museum Shop at the History Museum, located at Lindell and DeBaliviere.

To download the Gateway magazine index for 1995 to 2003, click here.

You can also sign up to receive Gateway magazine by email.


Voices

Voices online magazineVoices online magazine was published by the Missouri History Museum between fall 2006 and spring 2009. All issues have been archived and can be read by clicking on the image at right. In keeping with MHM’s publishing program, Voices spoke of memory, place, commerce, families, race, neighborhoods, and art and music traditions as these topics pertain to St. Louis and regional cultural history. Excerpts from books and articles held in the archives of MHM provided first-person accounts of historical eras, people, and events, while personal essays and interviews focused on individual Missourians and the origins of communities, organizations, and movements in the St. Louis region. The magazine provided a forum for how MHM fosters interest in history through community education and partnerships with other institutions and took readers behind the scenes to learn more about various aspects of the work of the Museum and the Library and Research Center.

 

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