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The House That Kraus Built

The House That Kraus Built: Frank Lloyd Wright Usonian Comes to Life in St. Louis by Deborah Meister©2022 I had given up the thought of becoming

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The Humanities Take Us There

The Humanities Take Us There The Humanities Take Us There It’s Membership May, our month-long membership drive.  By donating to MO Humanities, you’re supporting impactful

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The Cupola

The Cupola Robert Hamblin From Bread and Stones, 2022                         —Cape Girardeau, 2022 Freshly painted, the cupola of the old courthouse, shines brilliantly white against

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Letters Home

Letters Home written by Julia Brooke “We have mail call every day-including Sunday-just before lunch and just before supper. The letter was stamped 3:30 p.m.

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The Old Family Farm

The Old Family Farm By Dr. Ryan Johnston Verse 1 It’s stood where it is at the edge of the town For many a year

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Advocating for a Cause

Advocating for a Cause Written by Chrissy Sommer, Community Engagement Director “It isn’t enough to say we ‘need’ the humanities because we ARE the humanities.

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The Importance of Belonging

The Importance of Belonging Written by Chrissy Sommer, Community Engagement Director, Missouri Humanities What does it mean to belong?   Why is it so important to

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No Loafing Matter

No Loafing Matter Written by Kirsten Mouton Adult Services Coordinator / Archives & Genealogy Livingston County Library M.A. in Archaeology, B.A. in Anthropology Born and

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