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    • The Living Museum vol. 47, no. 01; Winter, 1985

    • Art exhibitions -- Thecla, Julia ; Art -- Acquisitions; Excavations (Archaeology) -- Napoleon Hollow site; Indians of North America -- Archaic; Museum employees -- Evans, Robert; Museum publications; Museums -- Travel --Aztalan; Museum exhibits --...
    • Julia Thecla: painter of magic worlds and private visions; Archaic period occupations at the Napoleon Hollow site; Evans accepts directorship of Tarble Arts Center; New publications; Archaeology study tour of Aztalan, Effigy Mounds, and the...
    • The Living Museum vol. 45, no. 01; Winter, 1983

    • Archaeology -- Modoc Rock; Abercrombie, Gertrude; Ethnology -- Indians of North America -- Dolls; Fossils -- Psaronius; Museums -- Travel -- East Africa; Museum exhibits -- Calendar; Museums -- Travel -- Chicago -- Dutch painting
    • Modoc rock shelter: new stories from an old site; Magic of Gertrude Abercrombie; Native American tools; Psaronius, tree fern of the coal age; East African geologic and wildlife safari; Calendar; Sampler tour: Art Institute of Chicago's Dutch...
    • The Living Museum vol. 21, no.  02; June, 1959

    • Museum buildings; Art exhibitions -- Watercolors -- Cleveland Museum of Art; Birds -- Illinois; Catalpa; Plants -- Common names
    • Space, time, and the museum; June art gallery; Birds of the Illinois roadside; 'Head with wings' - Catalpa; Pinkletinks and puckerbrush
    • The Living Museum vol. 59, no. 01, 02; Spring/Summer, 1997

    • Spiders -- webs; Museum exhibits -- Dickson Mounds Museum -- Four Moons Festival; Museum techniques -- collections management -- Native American antiquities -- Dickson Mounds Museum; Quilts -- Stenge, Bertha; Museum exhibits -- calendar; Spider...
    • Casting a sticky trap: spiders and the predatory ways; Converesation piece; Photographic Documentation Project; A cut and stitch above: quilts by Bertha Stenge; Calendar; Spider gorget
    • The Living Museum vol. 56, no. 01; Spring, 1994

    • Palynology -- pollen, fossil; Museum techniques -- exhibit artists; ; Indians of North America -- dogs; Museum exhibits -- U.S. in World War II -- activity; Museum publications -- excerpts; Museum exhibits -- People at war -- dolls; Museum exhibits...
    • Viewing an ancient world from a frozen lake; M.K. Hoffman: museum preparator extraordinaire; Ancient companions
    • The Living Museum vol. 46, no. 01; Winter, 1983-84

    • Archaeology -- Rench Site; Archaeology -- East Africa; Art -- Acquisitions; Photography -- Allen, Harold; Museums -- Travel; Museum exhibits -- Calendar; Museum exhibits -- Peoples of the past
    • Saving the past: highway salvage archaeology at the Rench site; East Africa: Land of Zinj and Kilimanjaro; Art: recent acquisitions; Art in architecture: photography by Harold Allen; Grand Safari; Calendar; New exhibit hall opens soon
    • The Living Museum vol.  09, no.  02; June, 1947

    • Summer; Bird nests -- Swallows; Forage crops; Rock formation -- United States -- New Hampshire; Plants -- Collectors and collecting -- Illinois State museum; Art exhibitions -- Paintings -- Sargent, Paul
    • Rare day; Nest in the barn; June is a clover field; Old Stony; Plant collectors; Summer gallery
    • The Living Museum vol. 25, no.  02; June, 1963

    • Luna moth; Museums -- Employees -- Ridgely, Frances; Pond terrapin; Animal young; Indians of North America -- Trade beads; Museums -- Employees -- Eifert, Herman
    • Moth; Frances Ridgely retires; Pond terrapin; Nature's nurseries; Beads to charm the Indians; New curator of Education
    • The Living Museum vol. 10, no. 03; July, 1948

    • Canyons; Trees -- Dendrology; Fluorite; Hummingbirds -- Nectar; Frontier and pioneer life -- Illinois; Iliamna remota -- Illinois
    • Canyon country; Life of a tree; Minerals with a light of their own; Hummingbird flowers; Illinois, 1776; Island in the Kankakee
    • The Living Museum vol. 45, no. 02; 1983

    • Federal Arts Project -- Illinois; Anthropology -- China; Climatology -- Illinois -- History; Museums -- Travel -- James River; Art -- Acquisitions; Museum exhibits -- Calendar; Museums -- Travel -- Missouri Ozarks
    • After the great crash: federal arts projects in Illinois; Reflections on modern China; Illinois climate: a history of climatic changes and their effects on early settlement; James river plantation tour; Art: recent acquisitions; Calendar; Weekend...
    • The Living Museum vol. 38, no. 02; March - April, 1976

    • Museum exhibits -- Landscape painting -- Illinois; Art exhibitions -- Peck, Sheldon; Weapons, Prehistoric -- North America -- Mackinaw cache; Birthstones -- March -- April; Museums -- Publications -- Scientific papers; Museums -- Employees --...
    • Illinois landscapes, 1830 - 1976; Mackinaw cache revisited; March and April birthstones; New publications; Robert G. Larson, Museum artist, wins award; Staff notes
    • The Living Museum vol. 16, no.  03; July, 1954

    • Silk tree -- Albizzia julibrissin; Jackrabbits; Art exhibitions -- 8th north Mississippi valley artists; Museums -- Employees -- Meetings; Freshwater mussels; Protective coloration (Biology)
    • Albizzia, the silk tree; White-tailed jack rabbit; Art gallery for July; Staff notes; Fresh-water mussel; Change of color
    • The Living Museum vol. 54, no. 02, 1992

    • Indians of North America -- pottery; Paleobotany -- Patagonia; Museum publications -- excerpts; Museums -- research -- curators; Museum exhibits -- At Home in the Heartland; Museum exhibits -- calendar; Crinoidea, fossil; Archaeology --...
    • Native North American pottery: the Illinois State Museum collection; Travels in Patagonia: Adventures in Paleobotany; On the edge: museum scientists in action; What is 'At home in the heartland?'; Calendar; Page for Discovery: Crinoids; Illinois...
    • The Living Museum vol. 30, no.  04; August, 1968

    • Art exhibitions -- 21st North Mississippi Valley Artists; Museum buildings -- Dickson Mounds; Vertebrate animals -- Illinois -- Explorers; Prairie plants -- Goldenrod; Portrait painting -- Governor William Ewing; Museums -- Employees -- Cashatt,...
    • Art in Illinois --1968; Dickson Mounds Museum: a sesquicentennial building; Vertebrate animals first discovered in Illinois; Goldenrods! Goldenrods!; About the cover picture; Entomologist joins museum staff

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