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    • Moline Corporation

    • Business enterprises--Illinois; Business enterprises--Illinois--St. Charles--History; Moline Corporation
    • Moline Corporation (Moline Malleable Iron Company until 1972) moved to St. Charles in 1892. It was located on Dean Street, East of Randall Road. Photocopies of articles compiled by St. Charles Public Library staff.
    • The Living Museum vol. 34, no. 01; Jan. - Feb., 1972

    • Purple martins -- Wade, J.L.; Art exhibitions -- Prints -- Audubon, John James; Art exhibitions -- Bradshaw, Glenn; Fossils, Plant -- Lacoea; Museums -- Trustees -- Appointment -- Liberta, A.E.; Eagles -- Mississippi River; Museums -- Programs
    • Mosquitoes, purple martins, and art; Three points of view; Lacoea, an unusual plant fossil; Museum Board member appointed; Icy rivers and wintering eagles; Saturday morning adventure programs;
    • The Living Museum vol. 67, no. 04; Winter, 2005-06

    • Northern Rough-winged Swarrow; Swallows; Melanism; Norton, John Warner; Murals -- Illinois; Illinois River -- Archaeology -- Illinois -- Peoria; Animal remains (Archaeology) -- Illinois; Bison -- Fossil -- Illinois; Museum exhibits -- Calendar
    • Melanism in the Northern Rough-winged Swallow; Memories of John W. Norton's mural masterpiece; Early confrontations with the Illinois Country's "Wild Cattle"; Museum Calendar
    • 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
    • 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. 67, no. 01; Spring, 2005

    • Photography --Illinois; History -- Illinois; Rock formations -- Illinois -- Randolph county; Barbeau, Jean Baptiste; Sadorus, Frank -- photographer; Photography -- United States -- Twentieth century; Museum exhibits -- calendar
    • Our historic vision has long been enhanced by photography - where are we heading now?; Bluff at Barbeau Creek; Times & legacy of Frank Sadorus; Life through the lens: the photographs of Frank Sadorus; Spring 2005 Museum Exhibitions
    • The Living Museum vol.  05, no.  02; June, 1943

    • Indians of North America -- Illinois -- Piasa; Indians of North America -- Baskets; Indians of North America -- Use of trees; Indians of North America -- Baskets; Indians of North America -- Pottery; Indians of North America -- Publications --...
    • Indians in Illinois; Legend of the Piasa; Indian trees; Tale of Indian baskets; Stories in ancient pottery; 'Indian villages of the Illinois country'; Indian exhibits in the museum
    • Kane Farm & Ranch Directory 1969

    • Kane County (Ill.)--Directories;
    • The Kane Farm & Ranch Directory is an annual directory of the farms and ranches in Kane County, Illinois. Farm and ranch information includes name(s) of farmer, whether or not the farm is owned or rented, and maps indicating where farms and...
    • 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
    • Playmakers

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    • Playmakers, Inc was a theater company that operated in St. Charles, Illinois for 35 years. The company closed in 1986. The Arcada Theater and the Norris Center were the sight for many of the plays put on by the Playmakers. This collection of...
    • Watch Word July 1944

    • Clock and watch makers -- Illinois -- Elgin; Elgin (Ill.) -- History; Elgin National Watch Co.;
    • July 1944 issue of The Watch Word, a magazine for and about the employees of the Elgin National Watch Company.
    • Watch Word January 1944

    • Elgin National Watch Co.; Elgin (Ill.) -- History; Clock and watch makers -- Illinois -- Elgin;
    • The January 1944 issue of the Watch Word magazine, a periodical for and about the employees of the National Watch Company in Elgin, Illinois.
    • The Living Museum vol.  03, no.  02; June, 1941

    • Gardens -- Illinois -- New Salem State Park; Art exhibitions -- 2nd annual exhibition of North Mississippi valley artists; Firearms -- History; Buffalo -- Illinois; Bird-watching; Copper -- Exhibition
    • Gardens at New Salem; Art gallery; Story of guns; Buffalo in Illinois; Vacation via the birds; Copper from the north
    • 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. 11, no. 02; June,1949

    • Indians of North America -- Projectile point; Pasture mushroom -- Agaricus campestris; Trees; Orioles -- Audubon, John James; Museums -- Employees -- Meetings; Art exhibitions -- 5th annual north Mississippi valley artists
    • Once there was an Indian artist; Pasture mushroom; Substitute for elms; Audubon's orioles; Museum notes; Art gallery
    • 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

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