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    • The Living Museum vol. 27, no.  02; June, 1965

    • Magnolias -- Magnolia grandiflora; Bird nests -- Swifts; Museums -- Publications -- Archaeology -- Hopewell; Animal tracks; Plants scents -- America
    • Great White Magnolia; Nest in the chimney; Hopewellian studies: a review; Autograph album; Perfumes of America
    • The Living Museum vol.  09, no.  06, Oct., 1947

    • Autumn; Cattails; Starved Rock -- Illinois; Inky caps -- Coprinus atramentarius; Museums exhibits -- Aepyornis; Excavation (archaeology) -- Illinois -- Olmsted -- Hogendobler, E.C.; Musical instruments -- Woodwinds
    • Autumn over the land; Cattail in the marsh; New story about an old, old rock; Inky caps; Exhibits and staff notes; Trees and the symphony
    • The Living Museum vol. 15, no.  06; Oct., 1953

    • Indians of North America -- Prehistoric -- Costume; Art exhibitions -- Scalamandres textiles; Badgers; Museums -- Educational aspects -- Programs; Publications -- Eifert, Virginia -- 'Three rivers south'
    • Illinois fashions a thousand years ago; Scalamandre textiles in the art gallery; Badger, master excavator; Science adventure program for school age young people; Science adventure program for school age young people; 'Three rivers south' by Eifert:...
    • The Living Museum vol. 11, no. 01; May, 1949

    • Spring; Museums -- Location; Museums - Publications -- Braille; Glacier lake; Squirrels; Art exhibitions -- Coverlets -- Hunter collection
    • Northern spring; 'Just where is the Illinois State museum?'; New museum publications; Once upon a time there was a lake; Young squirrels; Art gallery in May
    • The Living Museum vol. 10, no. 11; March, 1949

    • Birds; Butterflies; Prehistoric Indians; Ice falls -- Illinois -- Starved Rock; Dutch elm disease -- Illinois; Museums -- Employees -- Meetings
    • What is a bird?; In March come butterflies; Forgotten people come to life; Ice falls; Elms and the moving finger
    • The Living Museum vol. 20, no.  04; August, 1958

    • Art exhibitions -- 12th north Mississippi valley artists; Swamp rabbit; Indians of North America -- Prehistoric; Museums -- Publications -- Indian villages; Vertebrate nomenclature
    • Twelfth North Mississippi Valley artists exhibit; Swamp rabbit; Prehistoric Indians of the Midwest; Type localities of vertebrate animals in Illinois
    • The Living Museum vol. 28, no.  02; June, 1966

    • Cretaceous Period -- Ferns -- Illinois; Art exhibitions -- Children's art; Museum exhibits -- Indians of North America -- Technology; Museums -- Publications -- Reptiles; Lizards; Sassafras
    • Trees that used to be; Illinois youth create; Indian and his arts; Lizard tails; Tea in the woods
    • The Living Museum vol. 52, no. 04, 1991

    • Museums -- educational aspects -- Scientific literacy; Excavations (Archaeology) -- Illinois -- Havana site; Art exhibitions -- painting -- Illinois -- 20th century; Index -- volume 52; Museum buildings -- Rend Lake; Museum exhibits -- calendar;...
    • Museum's scientific literacy program; Treasures, tools, and questions: collections from the Havana site re-visited; Environmental figuration: contemporary views of the figure in an exterior; Index volume 52; Southern Ilinois arts and crafts...
    • The Living Museum vol. 65, no. 02,03; summer, fall, 2003

    • Petroglyphs -- North America; Rock paintings -- Illinois; Indians of North America -- antiquities -- obsidian; Photography, artistic; Lerner, Nathan; Museum exhibits -- calendar
    • Visions of Other Worlds: the Native American rock art of Illinois; f Nort...It reflects shadows instead of images...ograph prehistoric obsidian in Illinois; Poet of light: the photographic life of Nathan Lerner; Museum calendar
    • The Living Museum vol. 14, no. 11; March, 1953

    • Swamps -- Illinois; Art exhibitions -- Condell collection; Indians of North America -- Costume; Giant slug -- Limax maximus; Rivers -- Illinois Spoon River; Hyacinths; Aldrich, Frank W. -- Obituary
    • Big swamp; Art gallery in March; 'Hopewellian dress in Illinois': a review; Giant slug; Spoon river country; Story of the hyacinth; Frank W. Aldrich
    • The Living Museum vol.  03, no.  03; July, 1941

    • Aquatic plants -- Lotus; Grasshopper -- Anatomy; Indians of North America -- Cahokia; Rhinoceros horn -- Sculpture -- Museum collection; Minerals mining during wartime; Night -- wildlife -- Sounds; Museum publications -- Birds
    • Lotus land; Speaking of faces; People of the Cahokia community; Magic in a cup; Minerals are news; Quiet night
    • The Living Museum vol. 21, no. 10; Feb., 1960

    • Gulls; White-footed mouse; Art exhibitions -- Leighton, Clare -- Wood engravings; Museums -- Employees -- Wittry, Warren; Museums -- Publications -- Flora; Museums -- Educational aspects -- Programs
    • Gulls; White-footed mouse; Art gallery in February; Staff notes; Publication exhibit; Flora of southern Illinois; Saturday morning adventure program
    • The Living Museum vol.  09, no. 12; April, 1948

    • Spring; Geese; Art exhibitions -- Missouri artists; Facial reconstruction (Anthropology); Gardens -- Illinois -- Sangamon County; Rain
    • Spring is a jig-saw puzzle; Young geese; 'Heart of the nation'; Who is this man?; Plum blossoms for Lincoln; Rainy day
    • 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. 14, no.  02; June, 1952

    • Nature; Long-billed marsh wren; Indians of North America -- Hopewell culture; Museum -- Governance; Art exhibitions -- Illinois -- History; Bridger, Jim -- Anecdote; Museums -- Employees meetings
    • Growing fields; Bird of the cattails; 'Hopewellian communities in Illinois'; New board member; 'Illinois in pictures'; Jim Bridger's lies; Staff notes
    • The Living Museum vol. 22, no.  07; Nov., 1960

    • Bird migration; Snowshoe hares -- North America; Harvest -- Illinois; Art exhibition -- Williams, Clarence; Islands -- Mississippi River; Indians of North America -- Prehistoric village -- Fulton County
    • Way north; Land of the snowshoe hare; Illinois harvest; Art gallery; Thousand Islands of the Mississippi; Tenth century village is uncovered
    • The Living Museum vol. 24, no.  07; Nov., 1962

    • Tree stumps; Museum publications -- Birds -- Eifert, Virginia; Obituary -- Heuermann, Magda; Ginkgo; Archaeology -- Collingwood, R.G.; Museum buildings -- New museum
    • November stump; 'Men, birds, and adventure'; Magda Heuermann; Fruits of antiquity; Question and answer in archaeology; News of the museum
    • The Living Museum vol. 27, no. 12; April, 1966

    • Naturalists -- Catesby, Mark; Laughlin, David -- Sculptor; Bird song; Museums -- Publications -- Guidebooks; Fluorspar-- Illinois; Index -- volume 27
    • Finders; David Laughlin, craftsman-designer; Morning's at seven; Fluorite, our state mineral; index -- volume 27; Are you ready for spring?
    • The Living Museum vol. 41, no. 03; Summer, 1979

    • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Twenhafel site -- Missouri; Indians of North America -- Gardening; Art exhibitions -- Handicrafts -- Illinois; Archaeology -- Rituals; Indians of North America -- Sun dance; Art -- Acquisitions; Museum exhibits --...
    • Twenhafel: prehistoric community on the Mississippi; Recreating an Indian garden; Illinois Crafts '79; Sun dance: an archaeological look at a modern site; Art: recent acquisitions; Calendar
    • The Living Museum vol.  02, no.  05; September, 1940

    • Museum exhibits -- Dioramas -- Egyptian scribe; Museum -- Publication -- Janssen, Raymond E.; Museum visitors -- Numbers; Harp -- Africa; Towns -- Illinois; Woodland paths; Fossil plants -- Reconstruction; Excavation (Archaeology) -- Illinois;...
    • Museum announces a new book; Story of a harp; Towns that minerals built; Along the woodland path, no. 5; Reconstruction of a fossil plant; Records of the past; Turn of the tide; Art gallery program for 1940-41
    • The Living Museum vol. 46, no. 02; Spring, 1984

    • Museum exhibits -- Peoples of the past; Indians of North America -- Illinois -- Culture; Ethnobotany -- Plant use; Hunting -- History -- North America; Art -- Acquisitions; Museum publications -- Guide -- Illinois archaeology; Museum exhibits --...
    • Peoples of the past: a foreword; Early Native Americans in Illinois; Early uses of plants in Illinois; Art: recent acquisitions; Guidebook to Illinois archaeology; Summer archaeology tours; calendar; Hudson river sampler tour
    • 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.  06, no.  02; June, 1944

    • Wind -- North America; Prickly pear cacti -- Opuntia rafinesqii; Art exhibitions --handicrafts; Sea worms -- Nereids; Elephants; Museum exhibits -- Illinois archaeology; Museum exhibits -- Zoology; Museum exhibits -- Vanishing American birds
    • This is the wind; Prickly pears; Handicraft of the southern highlanders; Evening and the sea; Elephant parade
    • The Living Museum vol.  02, no.  09; January, 1941

    • Museum exhibits -- Dioramas -- French garden; Museum Exhibits -- Dioramas -- Frost, Bartlett; Children's museum -- Modern Youth Museum -- exhibits; Museum exhibits -- Photographs -- Herbarium sheets; Starved Rock -- Illinois; Woodland path; Art...
    • Story of the dioramas; Modern youth museum; Winter rock; Along the woodland path, no. 7; Art gallery in January; New exhibits for the new year; Seas of today and yesterday
    • 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. 21, no.  03; July, 1959

    • Indians of North America -- Illinois -- Hopewell culture -- Raven pipe; Velvet ants; Wilderness -- Potentilla anseria -- Silvery cinquefoil; Art exhibitions -- 13th north Mississippi valley artists; Museums -- Acquisitions -- Archaeology -- Young,...
    • Raven pipe; Dasymutilla, the velvet ant; Mid-continent wilderness; 'Nail down the sand'; Art gallery in July; Archaeological gift to the museum; Staff notes
    • The Living Museum vol. 27, no.  05; Sept., 1965

    • Museum exhibits -- Prairies -- Illinois; Museums -- Associations -- Conferences; Museum exhibits -- Handicrafts -- Frontier and pioneer life -- Illinois; Buffalo;
    • Grand prairie of Illinois; Museum is host to Midwest conference; Arts and crafts in old Illinois; Buffalo
    • The Living Museum vol. 39, no.0 4; July - August, 1977

    • Essays -- Lindsay, Vachel ; Museums -- Acquisitions -- Dress -- Chase, C.L., Mrs.; Peanuts; Museums -- Employees; Trilobites -- Illinois; Museum exhibits -- Indians of North America -- Woodland -- Dickson Mounds; Museum exhibits -- Calendar
    • 'One's own hearth and neighborhood'; A rare addition; Peanut pegs; An early inhabitant of Illinois - the trilobite; Staff notes; 'Middle of the woodland': an exhibit at Dickson Mounds; Museum calendar
    • The Living Museum vol. 34, no. 04; July - Aug., 1972

    • Exhibitions -- Visual art -- 25th Illinois invitational; Masks -- Indians of North America -- Illinois; Predatory insects; Museum exhibits -- Eagles; Museums -- Publications; Education -- Blind; Museums -- Employees -- Appointments; McMillan, R....
    • Illinois invitational 25th anniversary; Long-nosed god mask from Dickson Mounds; Predatory insects; Golden eagle exhibit; New publications; New international bimonthly magazine for and of the blind; Staff notes; Geological science field trips
    • The Living Museum vol. 20, no.  05; Sept., 1958

    • Wild rice -- North America; Bird migration; Indians of North America -- Deuel, Throne -- Book; Galls -- Rhabdophaga strobiloides; Wood ducks; Geology -- Field trips; Art exhibitions -- Closed
    • Manomin, the wild rice; Southward trend; 'American Indian ways of life'; Pine-cone willow gall; Wood ducks; Earth science field trips; September in the art gallery

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