MPA Director Crews elected president of the State Historical Society of Missouri

• Columbia — Doug Crews, executive director of Missouri Press Association, was elected on Nov. 3 president of the State Historical Society of Missouri for a three-year term. He has been a member of the Society’s board of trustees and executive committee since 2004.
Others elected at the Society’s annual meeting were Missouri Supreme Court judge Stephen Limbaugh Jr., Cape Girardeau, first vice president; retired Missouri Court of Appeals judge James Reinhard, Hannibal, second vice president; U.S. Rep. Roy Blunt, Springfield, third vice president; Donna Huston, Marshall, fourth vice president; Henry
J. Waters III, publisher of the Columbia Daily Tribune, fifth vice president; and Albert M. Price, Columbia, sixth vice president and treasurer.
The Society is housed in Ellis Library on the University of Missouri campus. It was founded in 1898 by the Missouri Press Association and has been a trustee of the state since 1899.

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