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    • The Living Museum vol.  04, no.  02; June, 1942

    • Foxes; Art exhibitions -- 3rd annual Mississippi Valley art exhibit; Osage orange -- Maclura pomifera; Museum employees -- Deuel, Thorne -- Leave of absence; Museum trustees -- Meeting; Birds -- Adaptations; Museums and war; Museum exhibits -- Map
    • Foxes; Third annual Mississippi valley art exhibit; Tree of the Osages; Doctor Deuel takes leave of absence; How man has changed some bird habits; Museum and war - - we quote; Living Map
    • The Living Museum vol.  04, no.  03; July, 1942

    • Catfish; Museums -- Employees -- Photograph; Museums -- Employees -- Annual meetings; Art exhibitions -- 3rd annual Mississippi Valley exhibit; Indians of North America -- Industry -- Turquoise; Astronomy -- Stars; Museum exhibits -- Living map
    • Catfish and the summer pond; Museum staff; Third annual Mississippi valley exhibit; American turquoise; Summer stars; Living map
    • The Living Museum vol. 15, no.  03; July, 1953

    • Snakes; Soils -- Prairie; Art exhibitions -- 7th north Mississippi valley artists; Locust trees; Prairies -- Illinois; Museum exhibits -- Wildlife; Museums -- Publications -- Charges
    • Snake among the rocks; Prairie soils; Art gallery in summer; Fortress of the locust tree; Picnic on Looking Glass Prairie; Museum in July; Special announcement
    • The Living Museum vol. 11, no. 03; July, 1949

    • Tomato hornworm; Opossums; Museum -- Visitors; Art exhibitions -- 5th north Mississippi valley artists; Astronomy; Flowers; Archaeology -- Fieldwork -- Buffalo Rock state park
    • World of green leaves; Wild animal; Visitors increase; Art gallery in summer; 'Fall from heaven the bright stars'; Face of the fields
    • The Living Museum vol. 20, no.  03; July, 1958

    • Mississippi River; New Jersey tea -- Ceanothus americanus; Freshwater drum; Parian -- Pottery; Museum exhibits -- Tornado trees; Wildlife populations -- Illinois;
    • Complex Mississippi; New Jersey tea; Talking fish; Parian; Tornado trees; No wildlife in Illinois
    • Arcada Theatre

    • Saint Charles (Ill.)--History; Theaters--Illinois--Saint Charles
    • Includes "The Arcada Theater History, Prepared by Les Hickory, from the St. Charles Chronicle" (title from cover); a "revised constituion" for the St. Charles Little Theatre; and articles and clippings dated from 1925-1999.
    • Business and Industry: P - Z

    • Business enterprises--Illinois; Business enterprises--Illinois--St. Charles history; Saint Charles (Ill.)--History
    • Photocopies of newspaper articles compiled by St. Charles Public Library staff. Organized alphabetically by business name. Dates currently referenced: 1878-1991. Commentary and notes by Library staff included.
    • Copeland Manor School

    • Cizek collection; Grammar schools
    • This elementary school was opened in 1957 to accommodate students from the Copeland Manor subdivision in southeastern Libertyville. The area had originally been part of the farm holdings of Charles C. Copeland. The school was designed to serve...
    • Cows Wading in the Des Plaines River

    • cows; Des Plaines River;
    • A herd of cattle stand in the Des Plaines River near the Rockland Road Bridge, probably seeking relief from the summer heat. An article from the June 26, 1986 Independent Register reprints a description of this area: ""A large virgin forest on the...
    • Des Plaines River, Libertyville, Ill.

    • forests; Des Plaines River;
    • The Des Plaines River as it flows east of Libertyville. The French explorers Marquette and Joliet were the first known white men to have used the river in 1673; at that time they simply called the Des Plaines the "river of portage." Later, a...
    • Des Plaines River, Libertyville, Ill.

    • forests; Des Plaines River;
    • The Des Plaines River as it flows east of Libertyville. The French explorers Marquette and Joliet were the first known white men to have used the river in 1673; at that time they simply called the Des Plaines the "river of portage." Later, a...
    • Des Plaines River, Libertyville, Ill.

    • forests; Des Plaines River;
    • The Des Plaines River as it flows east of Libertyville. The French explorers Marquette and Joliet were the first known white men to have used the river in 1673; at that time they simply called the Des Plaines the "river of portage." Later, a...

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