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    • The Living Museum vol. 50, no. 01, 1988

    • Museums -- acquisitions; Museum techniques - exhibit artists ; Naturalists -- Larson, Robert; Astronomy -- Uranus; Museum exhibits -- calendar; Arachnids; Museum publications
    • Acquiring art; Ecological habitat exhibits; R.G. Larson: an artist and naturalist; Uranus: a look back at the 7th planet; Calendar; Page for discovery: Arachnids; Curator's bookshelf
    • The Living Museum vol.  09, no.  07; Nov., 1947

    • Chrysanthemums; Facial reconstruction (Anthropology); Hunger -- Adaptation; Rivers; Ipomoea pandurata -- Illinois; Art exhibitions -- Paintings -- Hess, Sarah M.
    • A flower for November; Mystery men of Illinois; Great humbler; Waters of Autumn; Man-of-the-earth; Museum notes
    • The Living Museum vol. 18, no.  05; September, 1956

    • Autumn -- Almanac; Museum techniques -- Taxidermy -- Painting; Kentucky coffee tree; Butterflies -- Life cycle; Bracken fern; Museums -- Galleries -- Closed
    • Almanac for autumn; Accessories to the facts; Kentucky coffee tree; Four ways to survive; Bracken; Art gallery in September
    • The Living Museum vol.  07, no. 10; Feb., 1946

    • Prairie horned larks; Chinese porcelain; Art exhibitions -- Oriental rugs; Slender lip fern -- Cheilanthes feei; Frontier and pioneer life -- Illinois; Ward, Henry Baldwin -- Obituary
    • Prairie larks flying; Fish bowl in the garden; Oriental rugs in the art gallery; Fern on the cliff; Sangamo town; Henry Baldwin Ward
    • The Living Museum vol. 15, no.  02; June, 1953

    • Architecture -- Agricultural -- Illinois -- History; Museums -- Illinois State Museum Society; Bird nests -- Black tern; Hubbard, Gurden S. -- Trading posts; Elephants; Museums -- Meetings
    • Architecture of the prairie; Museum foundation grows; Nesting of the black tern; Hubbard's trace; Elephants; Museum notes
    • The Living Museum vol. 25, no.  04; Aug., 1963

    • Art exhibitions -- 16th North Mississippi Valley Artists; Mushrooms; Plantain lilies; Museums -- Membership; Rain; Museums -- Employees -- Caldwell, Joseph; Museums -- Employees -- Eifert, Herman; Art exhibitions -- Reception
    • Color in the summer gallery; Fairy rings; Plantain lilies in August; Museum Society; Gift of rain; Staff notes; To meet the artists
    • 150 years of sharing the Word : SS. Peter and Paul Parish

    • Naperville (Ill.) -- Church history ; Naperville (Ill.) -- History, Local; SS. Peter and Paul Parish -- Naperville (Ill.) -- History -- 1846-1996
    • The oldest Catholic Church in Naperville, founded in 1846, mirrors the growth of the Catholic population as other parishes were formed. Pictures of pastors, church buildings, and the fire of 1922, a list of clergy assigned to the parish, and...
    • The Living Museum vol. 24, no.  09; Jan., 1963

    • Museum buildings -- New museum; Art exhibitions -- New galleries; Museum employees -- Preparators; Obituary -- Holtz, Frederick C.; Museum publications; Museums -- Employees -- Deuel, Thorne -- Retirement
    • Welcome to the new museum!; Art gallery; People behind the exhibits; Frederick C. Holtz; Museum for you; Thorne Deuel retires as chief of the museum
    • The Living Museum vol. 21, no.  03; July, 1959

    • Indians of North America -- Illinois -- Hopewell culture -- Raven pipe; Velvet ants; Wilderness -- Potentilla anseria -- Silvery cinquefoil; Art exhibitions -- 13th north Mississippi valley artists; Museums -- Acquisitions -- Archaeology -- Young,...
    • Raven pipe; Dasymutilla, the velvet ant; Mid-continent wilderness; 'Nail down the sand'; Art gallery in July; Archaeological gift to the museum; Staff notes
    • The Living Museum vol. 20, no. 10, Feb., 1959

    • Sculptor -- Fairbanks, Avard -- Lincoln, Abraham; Flowers -- Bulbs; Art exhibitions -- Chinese silks; Education -- The Clearing -- Jensen, Jens; Museum exhibits -- Termites; Birds and television
    • Man of New Salem; Refrigerated flowers of February; February art gallery; Jens Jensen and the Clearing; Termites in the museum; Birds and television
    • Jeremiah Evarts

    • Banks--Illinois--Plainfield; Civil War--Illinois
    • (This is) A Picture of Jeremiah Evarts, who was Plainfield's first banker. Mr. Evarts was a native of Georgis, VT, was born in the year 1836, and died Feb. 3 1898 at Yorkville, IL. He came west to Kendall County at the age of 21. (He) taught school...

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