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    • 1942-02 Watch Word February 1942

    • Clock and watch makers -- Illinois -- Elgin; Elgin (Ill.) -- History; Elgin National Watch Co.;
    • The February 1942 issue of the Watch Word, a magazine for and about the employees of the National Watch Company .
    • 1927-10 Watch Word October 1927

    • Clock and watch makers -- Illinois -- Elgin; Elgin (Ill.) -- History; Elgin National Watch Co.;
    • The October 1927 issue of the Watch Word, a magazine for and about the employees of the National Watch Company .
    • The Living Museum vol. 51, no. 01, 1989

    • Museums -- publications -- anniversary; Art exhibitions -- Baum, Don; Museum buildings -- State of Illinois art gallery; Museum exhibits -- illustration -- Children's books; Museum buildings -- Lockport gallery; Archaeology -- Mississippian...
    • The Living Museum turns 50; Don Baum: Domus; Artist, the book, and the Child; Mississippian society and culture; Calendar; Illinois State museum Society; Curator's bookshelf
    • The Living Museum vol. 68, no. 04; Winter, 2006-7

    • Climatic Changes -- Illinois; Climatology -- Illinois -- History; Global Warming -- Illinois;Hailstorms -- Illinois; Emerald Ash Borer -- Illinois; Ash (Plants) -- Diseases and pests -- Illinois
    • Illinois climate-the last 200 years; When nature's fury strikes; The growing threat of the emerald ash borer
    • The Living Museum vol. 41, no. 01; Winter, 1978-79

    • Glaciers -- Illinois; Indians of North America -- Ice-free corridor; Paleontology -- Elephant hunting -- North America; Indians of North America -- Great Lakes -- Beads; Bird migration -- Range extension; Museum employees -- Ridgely, Frances --...
    • Ancient glaciers in Illinois; Ice-free corridor: prehistoric pathway; Elephant hunters in North America; Beads: upper Great Lakes Indians; Overmigration: a method of range expansion?; In memoriam; Calendar; East African geologic safari
    • The Living Museum vol. 57, no. 02; Summer, 1995

    • Unionoida -- Ecology; Art exhibitions -- Armin, Emil; Mammoths -- Russia; Art exhibitions -- Green, Gary; Museum publications -- excerpts; Museum exhibits -- calendar
    • Illinois mussels: the silent storytellers; Sojourning with Russian mammoths: a first step; Gary Green off canvas; Living in the past; Shape of things to come
    • The Living Museum vol. 40, no. 02; March - April, 1978

    • Forest plants; Forest animals; Museums -- Publications; Art exhibitions -- Calendar; Indians of North America -- Eskimo; Museums -- Employees -- Hoffman, Marion; Madden, Betty I.; Hunter, Joan; Editor -- Message
    • Walk in an April wood; Two new publications; Art gallery calendar; Survival: life and art of the Alaskan Eskimo; Staff retirements; Few last words from the editor
    • The Living Museum vol. 56, no. 02; Summer, 1994

    • Rocks-- Illinois -- Tower rock; Birds -- protecting species; Pueblo pottery -- collectors and collecting -- Illinois State Museum; Art exhibitions -- prints -- U.S. -- Mexico; Museum publications -- excerpts; Museum exhibits -- calendar; Watercolor...
    • Tower Rock: sentinel of the Mississippi; Breeding Birds at risk in Sangamon County; Pueblo pottery at the Illinois State Museum; Conversation piece: Phyllis Bramson; Living in the past; Calendar; Seth Eastman
    • The Living Museum vol. 47, no. 02; Spring, 1985

    • Paperweights -- Collectors and collecting -- Barker, Morton D.; Geology -- Calumet Lake; Geology -- Continental drift; Art exhibitions -- Photography -- Illinois photographers 1985; Museums -- Travel -- Louisiana; Museum exhibits -- Calendar
    • Morton D. Barker paperweight collection; Calumet area: filling in the plains; Continental drift; Illinois photographers '85; Exhibition schedule
    • The Living Museum vol. 24, no.  03; July, 1962

    • Birds -- North America -- Lewis and Clark Expedition; Archaeology -- Use of astronomy; Museums -- Employees -- Flynn, Alice -- Obituary; Waves; Museum buildings -- Old museum; Museums -- Employees -- Wittry, Warren L.
    • New birds for Mr. Jefferson; Stars, Clay, and men; Mrs. Alice A. Flynn; Wave; Last chance; Warren L. Wittry becomes assistant director at Cranbrook
    • The Living Museum vol. 61, no. 02; Summer, 1999

    • Indians of North America -- culture; Weaving, hand -- North America; Weaving, hand -- South America; Museum publications -- 60th anniversary; Cultural exchanges -- museums -- Russia; Museum exhibits -- calendar
    • The gift of the spider woman: weaving of the Americas; Textiles from the exhibit; Weaving; Letter from Russia; Museum calendar
    • The Living Museum vol. 73, no. 01,02; Spring, 2011

    • Museum exhibits -- Calendar; Art Exhibitions -- Illinois Artists -- 20th Century; Art exhibitions -- Illinois Artists -- 21st Century; Art exhibitions -- Illinois State Museum -- Gallery guides; Art, American -- Illinois; Artists -- Illinois;...
    • Luminous ground: artists with histories; Exhibition Calendar; Around the state with director Bonnie Styles
    • The Living Museum vol.76 no. 02,03; Spring 2015

    • Bevier Historic Clothing Collection; Museum collections -- Clothing and dress -- Collectors and collections -- Illinois -- 20th century; Museum collections -- Fashion -- Collectors and collections -- Illinois -- 20th century; Trebilcock, Lorraine
    • From the Illinois State Museum Director Bonnie Styles; Changing fashion, changing lives;
    • The Living Museum vol. 29, no.  04; August, 1967

    • Lizards; Salamanders; Aquatic plants -- Water clover; Porcupines -- Illinois; Flowering plants -- Monarda sp.; Museums -- Employees -- Hunter, Joan; Museums -- Employees -- Blasingham, Emily; Museums -- Employees -- Hall, Robert; Museums --...
    • So what's the difference; Water clover; Porcupines: former residents of Illinois; Wild bergamot; Staff notes; In the art gallery; Lizards, salamanders, and wild flowers
    • The Living Museum vol. 33, no. 03; May - June, 1971

    • Flowering plants -- Commelina -- Daylilies; Art exhibitions -- Handicrafts -- Craftsmen of Illinois, 1971; Excavations (Archaeology) -- Missouri -- Ozarks -- Pomme de Terre; Museum exhibits -- Dickson Mounds; Shakespeare Gardens -- Illinois;...
    • Commelina; Ozark Pleistocene springs; Cemetery at Dickson Mounds reopened; Shakespeare Garden; Seminar on early Illinois folk life(1800-1860); Mighty big tree; Announcements
    • The Living Museum vol. 35, no. 03; May - June, 1973

    • Indians of North America -- Navajo blankets; Art exhibitions -- Metal sculpture -- Burlini, Joseph; Museums -- Publications -- Archaeology; Bluegill; Museum exhibits -- Mastodon; Museums -- Employees; Museums -- Publications -- Living Museum --...
    • 19th century Navajo blankets; Circus wagons by Burlini; New publications; Nesting bluegill; Museum's new mastodon; Staff notes; May-June issue smaller; July-August special issue; 26th Illinois invitational; Archaeological sites of Illinois in...
    • The Living Museum vol. 54, no. 03, 1992

    • Naturalists -- Lockhart, James; Excavations (Archaeology) -- Illinois -- Potowatomi site; Museum publications -- excerpts; Museum exhibits -- calendar; Navajo weaving
    • Rooted in Nature: the art of James Lockhart; Archaeological investigations at a nineteenth century Potawatomi site in northeastern Illinois; Living in the past; Calendar; Page for discovery: Eye dazzlers -the work of Navajo weavers
    • The Living Museum vol. 29, no.  05; Sept., 1967

    • Art exhibitions -- 20th north Mississippi Valley artists; Gophers; Stone pottery -- Iran; Mussels -- Illinois -- Guidebooks; Museums -- Educational aspects -- Programs
    • Colorful summer gallery exhibition; What's a gopher; Marble vase fragment from Iran; New Illinois mussel book available; Sunday programs
    • The Living Museum vol. 35, no. 04; July - Aug., 1973

    • Indians of North America -- Cahokia; Archaeology -- Illinois; Mississippian culture -- Illinois; Indians of North America -- Mounds; Indians of North America -- Games; Indians of North America -- Ceremonies
    • Prehistoric city of Cahokia; Mississippian culture arrives at Cahokia; Mounds; Era of Florescence: the golden age; Decline of the megalopolis; Chunkey stone game; Southeastern ceremonial complex; Acknowledgements
    • The Living Museum vol. 37, no. 04; July - Aug., 1975

    • Art exhibitions -- 28th Illinois invitational; Caterpillars -- Saddleback; Snails; Museums -- Employees; Mastodons -- Skeletons; Portraits -- Deuel, Thorne; Museums -- Programs -- Saturdays
    • 28th Illinois Invitational; Saddleback - Case of Erucism; Land snails and slugs; Staff notes; Our own mastodon skeleton; Dr. Deuel's portrait a museum gift; Saturday Morning Adventure programs
    • The Living Museum vol. 23, no.  07; Nov., 1961

    • Fall flowering; Museums -- Trustees -- Robertson, Percival; Musuems -- Trustees -- Musselman, V.G.; Art exhibitions -- Hohenberg, Marguerite; Bird's nest fungus; Archaeology -- Hopewell people; Creeks -- Wildlife
    • Final flowering; New member for the museum board; November art gallery; Splash-cups and bird's nests; Ancient people of the valley; Still waters
    • The Living Museum vol. 41, no. 04: 1979

    • Artists -- Illinois --Armin, Emil; Indians of North America -- Agriculture; Paleontology -- Ivory; Birds -- Man-made dangers; Art -- Acquisitions; Art exhibitions -- Competition -- Photography; Museum exhibits -- Calendar; Museums -- Study tours --...
    • Emil Armin: Chicago artist; Indian agriculture: development in the Midwest; Close look at ivory; Life death survival; Art: recent acquisitions; Calendar; Cave-in-rock and Shawnee national forest
    • The Living Museum vol. 46, no. 03; Summer, 1984

    • Earthquakes -- North America -- Mississippi River; Museums -- Membership; Caves; Fossils -- Medullosa; Thecla, Julia; Museum exhibits -- Calendar; Museums -- Travel -- Chicago
    • Quakes along the Mississippi; Underground world of caves; Medullosa: fern of the coal age; Julia Thecla: early Chicago realist; Calendar; Haunting experience
    • The Living Museum vol. 34, no. 05; Sept. - Oct., 1972

    • Flowers -- Asteraceae; Indians of North America -- Dwellings -- Mississippian; Warmouth -- World record -- Illinois; Bird migration; Radar in ornithology; Museums -- Events -- Calendar; Museums -- Programs
    • Asters, starworts, and michaelmas daisies; Mississippian house, A.D. 1972; World-record warmouth; Radar 'angels'; Calendar of year-end events; Saturday morning adventure programs
    • The Living Museum vol. 46, no. 05, 1984

    • Museum employees; Annual reports; Museums -- Annual reports
    • Introduction; Scientific sections; Art section; Exhibits, education, and technical services; Dickson Mounds Museum; Illinois State Museum Society; Staff; Donors; Volunteers; Acquisitions; Museum publications; Staff publications; Technical reports;...
    • The Living Museum vol. 28, no. 10; Feb., 1967

    • Sculpture -- Lincoln, Abraham -- Life mask; Horned Larks; Naturalist -- Illinois -- Chase, Virginius Heber; Painting -- Nature artists; Museums -- Educational aspects -- Programs; Art exhibitions -- Shapiro, Irving
    • Face of Lincoln; Early nester; Virginius, Heber Chase; Nature artists; Saturday morning adventure programs; Art gallery
    • 1951-04 Watch Word April 1951

    • Clock and watch makers -- Illinois -- Elgin; Elgin (Ill.) -- History; Elgin National Watch Co.;
    • April 1951 issues of The Watch Word, a magazine for and about the employees of the National Watch Company in Elgin, Illinois
    • Plan of Elgin

    • City planning; Elgin (Ill.) -- History; Businesspeople -- Illinois -- Elgin; Business districts; Transportation
    • Plan of Elgin prepared for Elgin Commercial Club by E.H. Bennett, Consulting Architect. Printed by David C. Cook Publishing Company. Charles H. Hulburd provided the funds necessary to make the Elgin City Plan a possibility. "The purpose of the...
    • Commemorative history of the Elgin Police Department

    • Police -- Illinois -- Elgin; Policewomen; Police; Police dogs; Elgin (Ill.) -- History
    • This book traces the history of the Elgin Police Department from its modest beginnings in 1836 to present day 1994. It includes photographs of important events and department members as well as documenting major changes in law enforcement between...
    • 1950-06-07 Watch Word June-July 1950

    • Clock and watch makers -- Illinois -- Elgin; Elgin (Ill.) -- History; Elgin National Watch Co.;
    • The June-July 1950 issue of the Watch Word, a magazine for and about the employees of the National Watch Company .
    • 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...
    • 1947.27.1 Annabelle Berry Curless 1947

    • Nursing; Education, Nursing; Education, Nursing, Diploma Programs; Schools, Nursing; History of Nursing; Students, Nursing
    • This 3-part interview includes the introduction, transcript, and audio file of Annabelle Berry Curless, a 1947 graduate of Graham Hospital School of Nursing, who was interviewed for the School’s oral history project on April 5, 2006. Biographical...

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