Articles in the Missouri Historical Review
Missouri Historical Review 99, no. 1 (October
2004), Cover Description: The postcard depicts
the St. Louis and San Francisco Railway
(Frisco) tracks along the Little Piney River near
Arlington, Missouri. The Frisco, which passed
through Phelps County, helped to promote
outdoor recreation in the Ozarks at the turn of
the twentieth century. In "Before Bass Pro:
St. Louis Sporting Clubs on the Gasconade
River," beginning on page 1, Lynn Morrow
examines middle-class clubhouse resort
culture in the upper Ozark region.
- Boxerman, Burton "The St. Louis Jewish Coordinating Council: Its Formative Years."
Missouri Historical Review 65 (October 1970): 51-71.
- Collins, Arthur L. "The Anti-Masonic Movement in Early Missouri."
Missouri Historical Review 39 (October 1944): 45-52.
- Keathley, Clarence R., and Donna M. Ham "4-H Club Work in Missouri."
Missouri Historical Review 71 (January 1977): 193-203.
- Morrow, Lynn "Before Bass Pro: St. Louis Sporting Clubs on the Gasconade River."
Missouri Historical Review 99 (October 2004): 1-23.
"St. Louis Tourist-Sportsmen: Urban Clubs in the Wetlands."
Missouri Historical Review 97 (October 2002): 20-42.
- Sachs, Howard F. "Development of the Jewish Community of Kansas City, 1864-1908."
Missouri Historical Review 60 (April 1966): 350-60.
- Shepard, E. M. "Historical Activities of the Springfield, Missouri, University Club."
Missouri Historical Review 22 (July 1928): 502-510.
- ____ "Missouri Day" Program for Missouri Club Women."
Missouri Historical Society 9 (July 1915): 241-247.