Erin Smither, a former history master’s student at MSU and currently an archivist at the State Historical Society of Missouri Research Center-Springfield (in the Meyer Library), has an article in the July 2016 issue of the Missouri Historical Review. The article is called “A Nice Cottage Where We Always Stop: The Branson Lodging Postcards Collection and Ozarks Tourism.” It chronicles the history of modern Branson tourism and the many lodgings that developed to cater to the tourists. In particular is discussed the history of the Anchor Travel Village, a resort in Branson from the 1930s-1960s. The article is the “From the Stacks” feature in the Missouri Historical Review, which highlights one of the collections in the State Historical Society of Missouri’s holdings. Congratulations Erin.