Skip to navigation
Skip to main content


Zoom screenshot of participants


Enjoy online discussions with exhibit curators Nicole Johnston, Jean Parsons and Joan Stack in these virtual events:

Votes for Missouri Women! Part Two
Missouri M.A.D.E.: Missouri Women’s Suffrage Celebration


COLLECTIVE VOICES: Persistent Narratives within Campus Collections

Exhibit curators Catherine Armbrust, John Fifield-Perez, and Nicole Johnston take you on a virtual tour of the collaborative exhibition “Collective Voices” at MU’s George Caleb Bingham Gallery. Listen to PART II on November 11th!

Virtual Tour



MU exhibit connects student movements across campus history
Columbia Tribune, November 1, 2020

Read full story

Paul Pepper: Joan Stack and Nicole Johnston, "Missouri Women: Suffrage to Statecraft"
March 6, 2020

Make plans to visit the Center for Missouri Studies on March 14th for the opening reception of an exhibit titled 'Missouri Women: Suffrage to Statecraft'. The State Historical Society of Missouri's JOAN STACK and Missouri Historic Costume and Textile Collection's NICOLE JOHNSTON tell us how this "collaborative exhibition" will showcase 100 years of progress through various works of art, photography and clothing from all over the state!

Read full story

The Inferno that Transformed American Labor
Jul. 29, 2019

The aftermath of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire helped usher in higher wages, safer conditions and a prohibition on child labor. But the problems that led to the fire haven’t gone away. Not even close.

Listen to podcast

Contributions to the MHCTC Endowment enable the continued maintenance of appropriate collection management standards, as well as support MHCTC's educational mission. Please contact the Office of Advancement for the College of Human Environmental Sciences at the address below or give directly to the Historic Costume Endowment online. Thank you for your generous support!

College of Human Environmental Sciences Office of Advancement
122 Gwynn Hall
University of Missouri
Columbia, MO 65211
Phone: (573) 882-5142