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    • 1942-10 Watch Word October 1942

    • Clock and watch makers -- Illinois -- Elgin; Elgin (Ill.) -- History; Elgin National Watch Co.;
    • The October 1942 issue of the Watch Word, a magazine for and about the employees of the National Watch Company .
    • The Living Museum vol. 57, no. 01, 1995

    • Museums -- buildings -- Dickson Mounds Museum; Museums -- educational aspects -- Dickson Mounds Museum; Museums -- programs -- Dickson Mounds Museum; Museum exhibits -- Indians of North America -- Dickson Mounds Museum; Museums -- history --...
    • A new view of the past: the renovated Dickson Mounds Museum; New directions in educational programming at DMM; New exhibits in an old place: origins and interpretations; Two centuries of development at Dickson Mounds; Shape of things to come
    • The Living Museum vol. 72, no. 01; Spring 2010

    • Agriculture -- Illinois -- History -- 19th century; Agriculture -- Illinois -- History -- 20th century; Oral History of Illinois Agriculture (OHIA); Archaeology -- Illinois -- Morton Village; Oneota Indians (Great Plains) -- Illinois -- Culture;...
    • Voices from the rual heartland: the Audio-Video Barn Web Site
    • The Living Museum vol. 58, no. 01; Spring, 1996

    • Coffins -- Illinois -- 19th century; Museum employees -- editor -- Britton, Kimberly; Botany -- species identification; Museum employees -- Robinson, Orvetta; Museum employees -- Langer, Dorothy; Indians of North America -- Pueblo pottery --...
    • Kimberly K. Britton appointed Museum editor; In a box of pine: coffins from the Grafton historic cemetery; Saluting years of their faithful service; Pueblo ceramic figurines; Friends are for keeps!; North American pollen database; Shape of things...
    • 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. 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. 68, no. 01; Spring, 2006

    • Temporary sand ponds; Dawson, Manierre -- 1887-1969 -- Exhibitions; Dawson, Manierre -- 1887 - 1969 -- Biography; Modern Art; Art, Abstract
    • Message from the new museum director; Temporary sand ponds; Abstract art: a journey toward appreciation; Manierre Dawson: an artist out of bounds; Museum calendar
    • Memorial Day Program, May 25, 2015

    • Veterans; Elgin (Ill.); Memorial Day
    • Program of Memorial Day events held May 25, 2015 in Elgin, Illinois. The events of the day were organized by the Elgin Patriotic Memorial Association (http://www.elginmemorialday.org)
    • The Living Museum vol. 72, no. 04; Winter, 2010

    • Museum exhibits -- Calendar; Mary Ann MacLean Play Museum; Museum collections -- Anthropology; Black-necked Stilt -- Illinois -- Breeding ranges; Himantopus mexicanus -- Illinois -- Breeding ranges
    • In small things remembered: objects from the Illinois State Museum anthropological collections; The Flood Bird: range expansion in the Black-necked Stilt; Around the State with Director Bonnie Styles
    • 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. 74,no. 3 & 4, Spring 2013

    • Museum exhibits -- Calendar; Quiltmakers -- Illinois -- History -- 19th Century -- Exhibitions; American Civil War (1861-1865); Quilts -- United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Women; United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 --...
    • Around the state with Director Bonnie Styles; Civil War quilters: loyal hearts of Illinois
    • The Living Museum vol. 67, no. 02,03; Summer, Fall, 2005

    • Wildlife refuge -- Illinois -- Emiquon; Emiquon -- Archaeology; Rural schools -- Illinois; One-room schoolhouses -- Illinois; Waterford School; Dickson Mounds Museum; Museum exhibits -- Calendar
    • Emiquon archaeological project: partnership to the past; Schoolhouses of the past in Illinois: the era of one-room schools; Museum calendar
    • The Living Museum vol. 60, no. 01; spring, summer 1998

    • Natural history -- Illinois -- Emiquon; Indians of North America -- Illini; Museum exhibits -- basketry -- From Limb to Limb; Museum exhibits -- bird nests; Museum exhibits -- calendar
    • Emiquon: a place in nature, a place in time; Illini indiands in the Illinois Country, 1673- 1882; From limb to limb; Museum calendar
    • The Living Museum vol. 62, no. 01,02, 2000

    • Museum exhibits -- Amish quilts; Amish -- culture; Military training camps -- Illinois -- world war, 1939-1945; Prisoners of war -- Illinois -- Camp Ellis; Museum acquisitions -- Robnet, Stephen Scott; Artist -- aka Jonathan Flew; Birdsong --...
    • Discovering Illinois Amish quilts; Reveille to retreat: the story of Camp Ellis in World War II; Gifted artist-turned-writer gives gift; Singing in Sangamon County; preliminary dates on cessation of song in selected species; Mary Juan, Maricopa...
    • 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. 60, no. 02; Summer, Fall, 1998

    • Human remains (Archaeology) -- Repatriation -- Illinois; Lepidoptera -- Illinois; Indians of North America -- Southeastern United States; Indians of North America -- folklore -- insects; Museum exhibits -- calendar; Museum employees -- retirement...
    • Illini Archaeology: cultural heritage and repatriation; Illinois moths and butterflies; The birdman and the insect; Museum calendar; Assistant Museum Directopr Edward A. Munyer retires
    • 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. 58, no. 02, 03; Summer/Fall, 1996

    • Museums techniques -- Zoological specimens -- taxidermy; Akeley, Carl; Quiltmakers -- Fallert, Caryl Bryer; Art exhibitions -- American painting -- (Un)earthly delights; Feathers -- Religious aspects -- Feather distribution project; Paleobotany...
    • The taxidermist's historic role in museum exhibits; The textile art of Caryl Bryer Fallert; (un)earthly delights: an exhibit by 5 Illinois artists; 4,000,000 gifts for the gods: the feather distribution project; George Langford, Sr., amateur...
    • 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. 59, no. 03; Fall 1997

    • Museums -- acquisitions; Museums -- exhibitions; Museums -- research; Museums -- buildings; Museums -- educational aspects; Museums -- audiences; Partnerships -- museums -- International; Museum publications
    • What makes us tick?; Reaching out; Opening doors; Taking a new look; Cultivating new audiences; Forging international partnerships; Acquiring & disseminating knowledge; Interdisciplinary Landscape history program; Collecting for all of us;...
    • The Living Museum vol. 56, no. 03; Fall, 1994

    • Dinosaurs; Floods -- Illinois; Art exhibit -- photography -- Picture this project; Art Exhibitions -- Connelly, Arch; Museum publications -- excerpts; Museum programs -- Dinomania; Museum exhibits - calendar; Museum publications-- Larson settlement
    • Dinosaurs: old bones and living animals; On exhibit; And the rains came...; Conversation piece; About Archie; Living in the past; Dinomania; Shape of things to come; New museum publication
    • The Living Museum vol. 57, no. 03; Fall, 1995

    • Handicrafts -- Illinois -- Artisans program; Tramp art -- Collections and collectors -- Illinois State Museum; Mammoths -- Russia ; Murals -- Illinois -- Chicago; Museum exhibits -- calendar
    • Craft: the living art for Illinois artisans; Conversation piece: 'Find the missing man'; Sojourning with Russian mammoths; Healing walls: murals and community; Shape of things to come
    • 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. 61, no. 03; Fall, 1999

    • Art exhibitions -- Halkin, Theodore; Museum publications -- Illinois State Museum; Human remains (Archaeology) -- Methodology -- bones; skeletons -- study and learning; Museums -- acquisitions -- Art; Bramson, Phyllis; Spear, Ethel; Prussian,...
    • Theodore Halkin: A retrospective; The beauty of Bones, part one; Art Additions; Museum calendar
    • The Living Museum vol. 55, no. 04; Winter, 1993-94

    • Indians of North America -- collectors and collecting -- Condell, Thomas; Herbaria; Illinois -- Shildneck, Paul; Museum exhibits -- Quilts -- Illinois; Museums -- educational aspects -- quilt lesson; Index -- volume 55; Museum publications --...
    • Springfield to the Southwest: the life of collector Thomas Condell; Sildneck Herbarium: an important addition to the Illinois State Museum; Connecting stitches; Discoveries for kids: Fun with quilt art; Index to volume 55; Living in the past;...
    • The Living Museum vol. 59, no. 04; Winter, 1997-98

    • Wildlife refuge -- Illinois -- Emiquon; Birds -- Illinois --Eurasian collared doves; Art exhibitions -- landscape painting -- Illinois; Art exhibitions -- poetry -- Illinois; Canoes and canoeing -- history -- LaMoine River; Museum exhibits --...
    • Emiquon: a place in nature, a place in time; A new dove colonizing Illinois; An Illinois portfolio: county farm road; Floating the LaMoine to the past; Abraham Lincoln and the Illinois & Michigan canal; Shape of things to come
    • The Living Museum vol. 57, no. 04; Winter, 1996

    • Desert plants -- prickly pears -- Illinois; Human remains (Archaeology) -- Repatriation -- Illinois; Dolls -- U.S.; Maps -- Indian villages -- Illinois -- 1673-1832; Museum publications -- excerpts; Museum exhibits -- calendar;
    • Prickly pears in the prairie; Who owns the past?; Native Americans and museum collections; Doll talk & Kimport; Indian villages in Illinoiss 1673 -1832; Living in the past; Shape of things to come
    • The Living Museum vol. 65, no. 04; winter, 2003-4

    • Indians of North America -- rites and ceremonies -- feathers; Art exhibitions -- Audubon, John James; Bird migration -- dangers; Museum exhibits -- calendar; Index -- volume 65
    • Preserving culture, conserving birds: the feather distribution project; Preserving for us the birds he knew: John James Audubon at the ISM; Towers kill migratory birds; Museum calendar; Volume 65 index
    • The Living Museum vol. 56, no. 04; Winter, 1994-95

    • Archaeology -- Russia; Exhibition techniques -- preparators; Quilts -- Illinois -- 1933 World's Fair; Geology -- plants, fossil -- Czech Republic; Museum exhibits -- furniture design -- students; Museum publications -- excerpts; Museum exhibits --...
    • Quiet flows the Nepryadva: archaeology in Russia's Upper Don Basin; Museum preparators: a noted legacy; Patchwork souvenirs: quilts from the 1933 world's fair; Czech Connection: fossil plants bridge the gap; Seats of our future; Living in the past;...
    • The Living Museum vol. 54, no. 04, 1992

    • Museums exhibits -- At home in the heartland; Index -- volume 54; Museum techniques -- At home in the heartland; museums -- conservation -- piano; Museum exhibits -- interactive video; Museum exhibits -- calendar
    • "At home in the heartland,the he a foreword; um tecAt home in the heartlande hear is an exhibit about ...; Creation of an exhibit; A piano (and other furniture) conserved: the inside story; 'Voices and choices': an innovative interactive video...
    • The Living Museum vol. 64, no. 04;  winter, 2002-3

    • Museums -- Funding; Museums -- History -- Illinois State Museum Society; Art exhibitions -- Shoshannah; Hoffman, Susanna Siporin; Museum exhibits -- Calendar; Museums -- Travel tours
    • Illinois State Museum Society, 1952 - 2002: museum's partner celebrates its golden anniversary; Shoshannah; Museum calendar; Ruins, rugs, and rails: third ISMS southwestern tour
    • Fox River

    • Rivers--Illinois--Saint Charles; Fox River Wis. and Ill.; Saint Charles (Ill.)--History
    • Photocopies of articles compiled by St. Charles Library staff on a variety of topics between 1979 and 2000.
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • 1961.27.2 Mary Masterson Wagner 1961

    • 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 Mary Masterson Wagner, a 1961 graduate of Graham Hospital School of Nursing, who was interviewed for the School’s oral history project on October 25, 2006. Biographical...
    • 1963.27.1 Helen Vandament and Melba Krey 1963

    • 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 Helen Vandament and Melba Krey, 1963 graduates of Graham Hospital School of Nursing, who were interviewed for the School’s oral history project on September 23, 2006....
    • 1968.27.1 Susan Livingston 1968

    • 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 Susan Livingston, a 1968 graduate of Graham Hospital School of Nursing, who was interviewed for the School’s oral history project on 12/18/2006. Biographical Summary:...
    • 1972.27.1 Judy Clark Kemper 1972

    • 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 Judy Clark Kemper, a 1972 graduate of Graham Hospital School of Nursing, who was interviewed for the School’s oral history project on 02-09-2007.
    • 1986.27.1 Marilou Gaw 1986

    • 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 Marilou Gaw, a 1986 graduate of Graham Hospital School of Nursing, who was interviewed for the School’s oral history project on 08-02-2007. Biographical Summary: Having...

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