Members' Monthly Tour: The Library and Research Center
The Missouri History Museum Library and Research Center, at 225 S. Skinker Boulevard in St. Louis, was constructed in 1927 as the fourth permanent home of the United Hebrew Congregation. Today the "LRC" houses the Museum's vast collection of artifacts related to Missouri history and also serves as a vital resource for genealogy and house history research.
Enjoy coffee and pastries and hear from Museum experts about the history of this beautiful building and the Museum's vast collection.
If you cannot join us for the member tour, the Library is open to the public Tuesday through Friday.