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Keyword Search The Waterways Journal Index 1891-1916, 1951-1953, 1980
The years 1953 and 1980 are currently being indexed.
In the card files of the Missouri Historical Society are two clusters of indexing of The Waterways Journal. At the end of the card catalog drawers are cards indexing articles from 1949 to 1963. In the files under St. Louis are cards indexing The Waterways Journal from about 1992 to the present on St. Louis subjects.
The Waterways Journal microfilms and indexing project has been funded by the generosity of the Golden Eagle River Museum, Herman T. and Phenie R. Pott Foundation, the National Waterways Foundation, the J. Mack Gamble Fund of the Sons and Daughters of Pioneer Rivermen and The Waterways Journal Inc.
Information on obtaining issues or articles from The Waterways Journal:
For volumes held in The Herman T. Pott National Inland Waterways Library Microfilm of The Waterways Journal for 1891 through 2001 (UMSL MERC MICRO HE623. W3) is available for use in the St. Louis Mercantile Library’s Rare Book Reading Room .
Microfilm rolls of The Waterways Journal for 1891 through 1950 (HE 623 .W3 UMS TJ MICRO) is available in the Thomas Jefferson Library periodical department. These rolls may also be obtained through the interlibrary loan program. To determine which microfilm you may need, please consult the printable list of Microfilm Roll Contents. Contact the library where you have borrowing privileges to inquire about procedures.
Copies of The Waterways Journal articles for 1891 through present are also available through interlibrary loan document delivery services. Contact your library to inquire about this service.
Also, articles from The Waterways Journal for 1891 to present may also be requested through the St. Louis Mercantile Library's research service. For more information consult the MercSource price list.