Articles in the Missouri Historical Review
Missouri Historical Review 95, no. 2, January 2001. Cover Description: In 1864 the Western Sanitary Commission, which provided aid to soldiers, their families, and refugees in the Trans-Mississippi and Western theaters of the Civil War, staged the Mississippi Valley Sanitary Fair in St. Louis to raise funds for their operations. One of the most popular attractions was the Delphic Oracle, a fortune teller's booth, pictured in this cover.
- Bender, Robert Patrick "This Noble and Philanthropic Enterprise: The Mississippi Valley Sanitary Fair of 1864 and the Practice of Civil War Philanthropy."
Missouri Historical Review 95 (January 2001): 117-139.
- Montgomery, Rebecca S. "With the Brain of a Man and the Heart of a Woman: Missouri Women and Rural Change, 1890-1915."
Missouri Historical Review 104 (April 2010): 159-178.
- Morris, Monia Cook "The History of Woman Suffrage in Missouri, 1867-1901."
Missouri Historical Review 25 (October 1930): 67-82.
- Painter, Mrs. W. R. "Achievements of the Missouri D. A. R."
Missouri Historical Review 20 (April 1926): 382-387.
- Scott, Mary Semple "History of Woman Suffrage in Missouri."
Missouri Historical Review 14 (April-July 1920): 281-384.
- ____"’Missouri Day' Program for Missouri Club Women."
Missouri Historical Review 9 (July 1915): 241-247.
- ____ "Temperance Societies Flourished in Missouri a Century Ago."
Missouri Historical Review 46 (January 1952): 147-149.