World War I at Missouri History Museum

Missouri History Museum’s new exhibit, World War I: Missouri and the Great War, explores the vital roles the men and women of St. Louis played in the First World War from the frontlines to the home front.
Using larger than life reproductions of authentic wartime posters and digital kiosks with access to articles, artifacts, and collections provided by Over There: Missouri & the Great War, this exhibit’s a superb example of how Missouri History Museum continues to find engaging ways to inspire interest in the region’s rich history.
This exhibit continues through January 15, 2018. For more info visit
And for instant access to Over There: Missouri & the Great War’s digitized collections visit

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Date: April 18, 2015 Time: 10:00am