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The objective of Northwest's Online Museum is to inspire curiosity, discovery and learning about Northwest Missouri State University.
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Transitions was compiled and written by Dr. Janice Brandon-Falcone on behalf of Northwest Missouri State University, edited by Colleen M. Cooke, and published by Northwest's Office of University Relations.
Transitions: A Hundred Years of Northwest History
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