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    • The Living Museum vol. 48, no. 01; Winter, 1986

    • Museums -- Collections -- Roder, Conrad; Wildflowers -- Erigenia bulbosa -- Harbinger-of-spring; Birds -- Finches; Museums -- Shops; Art exhibitions -- Montgomery, Alfred; Museum exhibits -- Calendar; Museums -- Acquisitions -- Doll carriage
    • Illinois painting to share with millions; Harbinger of spring; House finches in Illinois; Illinois artisans shop opens in Chicago; Alfred Montgomery: farmer painter; Calendar; Recent acquisitions
    • The Living Museum vol. 33, no. 01; Jan. - Feb., 1971

    • Doll costumes -- Schmidt, Minna; Wasps -- Adobe nests; African art as primitive; Art exhibitions -- African American Art; Art exhibitions -- paintings -- Sidman, Marjorie; Museums -- Programs
    • Minna Schmidt, Costume Expert; Adobe nests of solitary wasps; Arts of primitive peoples; Black American artists/1971; Acrylic paintings of Marjorie Sidman; Saturday morning adventure programs
    • 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. 20, no.  02; June, 1958

    • Opossums -- Behavior; Bird nests -- Hummingbirds; Art exhibitions -- Cape Cod artists; Roses -- Rosa multiflora; Natural history -- Illinois; Duckweed -- Spirodela polyrhiza;
    • Opossums in the night; Hummingbird's nest; Art gallery; Rose fences; Story of Illinois; Duckweed jungle
    • 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. 49, no. 01, 1987

    • Photography -- Sadorus, Frank ; Museum exhibits -- luthier; Museums -- travel; Anna pottery; Museum exhibits -- calendar; State symbols -- fish -- bluegill; White snakeroot; Bird migration
    • Upon a quiet landscape: the photographs of Frank Sadorus 1908-1912; Art of the luthier; Architectural sampler tour; Kirkpatrick's Anna pottery; Calendar; New state fish; White Snakeroot; Bird migration
    • 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. 52, no. 02, 1990

    • Indians of North America -- religions -- Pueblo Indians; Feathers -- use in religion; Art exhibitions -- Illinois -- Locations of desire; Bramson, Phyllis; Itatani, Michiko; Klement, Vera; Museum exhibits -- calendar; artists; Loving, Richard;...
    • Feather distribution project: an example of applied archaeology; Locations of desire: new work by Phyllis Bramson, Michiko, Itatani, and Vera Klement; Richard Loving: the mark of the bird house
    • 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.  03, no.  04; August, 1941

    • Museum exhibits -- Dioramas -- Illinois -- Habitats; Parker, A.H.; Marchand, Henri; Caterpillars --Saddle-back; Shooting stars; Museum exhibits -- Location; Jo Daviess County -- Illinois; Pigeons -- Illinois -- Habitat; Excavation (Archaeology) --...
    • Taken from life; Speaking of insects; Of shooting stars; Museum presents; North-west corner; State house pigeons; Mound excavation
    • The Living Museum vol. 37, no. 03; May - June, 1975

    • Flowering plants -- Marsh marigolds --Illinois; Art exhibitions -- Ginzel, Roland; Museums -- Acquisitions -- Steinhauer. E.F.; Prehistoric peoples -- Illinois -- Capital Airport site; Art exhibitions -- Children; Museums -- Publications -- Awards...
    • Golden flowers of the marshlands; Paintings by Roland Ginzel; Steinhauer bird collection; Archaic Indians occupied backyard of Capital Airport; Art K-12; Museum curator's book wins recognition; Betty Madden honored; Richard Leary honored by Science...
    • The Living Museum vol. 53, no. 02, 1991

    • Freshwater mussels -- Missouri; Freshwater mussels -- Arkansas; Freshwater mussels -- Oklahoma; Freshwater mussels -- Kansas; Play -- toys -- 19th century; Trees -- growth; Museum exhibits -- calendar; Dragonflies -- Ohio emerald dragonfly; Museum...
    • Ozark mussels: struggling for survival; Children's toys: the nature of play in the nineteenth century; Mystery in the backyard: Case of the surrounding limb; Vulnerable species: Calendar; Ohio emerald dragonfly; Living in the past; FOCI: Nereyda...
    • The Living Museum vol. 42, no. 02,03; 1980

    • Art exhibitions -- 32nd Illinois invitational; Caves; Indians of North America -- Dickson Mounds; Ethnobotany -- Gourds; Art -- Acquisitions -- Tinsley, Barry; Koch, Albert -- St. Louis Museum; Museums -- Travel -- Natural history museum, Chicago;...
    • 32nd international; Inner spaces; Gourds; Art: recent acquisitions; Objects of curiosity: Albert Koch's 1840 St. Louis Museum; Great bronze age of China; Kimmswick , AlbeBone beds Louis: a historical perspective; Fans: fact and fancy; Calendar;
    • The Living Museum vol. 26, no.  04; Aug., 1964

    • Art exhibitions -- Purchase award -- Addison, Robert W.; Art exhibitions -- North Mississippi Artists exhibition; Nature paths -- Prairies; Interior least tern; Lesquereux, Leo -- Botanist; Nature -- August
    • North Mississippi valley artists; Prairie roadside; Interior least tern; Leo Lesquereux; Almanac for August
    • The Living Museum vol. 15, no.  04; August, 1953

    • Swans; Proboscidea louisianica; Art exhibits; Lined snakes -- Illinois; Museums -- Employees -- Boyden, Estelle; Museums -- Employees -- Schoenborn, Betty; Museums -- Employees -- Parmalee, Paul; Water lilies
    • In water black as style swims the wild swan'; Unicorn plant; Art gallery in August; Lined snake in Illinois; Staff changes; World of the water lilies
    • The Living Museum vol. 48, no. 03; Summer, 1986

    • Archaeobotany -- Indian gardening; Museum exhibits -- Sculpture -- 38th Illinois invitational; Archaeology -- Indians of North America -- Spider gorget; Museum shops; Museum employees -- Memoriam -- Rosentreter, Richard C.; Museum publications --...
    • Creating an Indian garden; Thirty-eighth Illinois invitational: sculpture; New Eddyville gorget from the Illinois river valley; Illinois State Museum gift shops; Volcanoes: Illinois' forgotten geologic legacy; In memory; New geology book to be...
    • 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
    • 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. 31, no.  06; October, 1969

    • Monarch butterflies -- Migration; Amber; Leaves -- Color; Museums -- Employees -- McMillan, R. Bruce; Museums -- Educational aspects -- Programs
    • Monarch migration; Tombs of Amber; Flamboyant October; Addition to museum staff; Saturday morning adventure programs; Sunday afternoon programs start October 5
    • The Living Museum vol. 37, no. 05; Sept. - Oct., 1975

    • Museum exhibits -- Mastodon; Flowering plants -- Lobelias -- Illinois; Museums -- Employees -- Conference attendees; Museums -- Programs -- Films; Museum exhibits -- Calendar; Museums -- Publications -- Hood site; Museums -- Employees -- Roper,...
    • Boney Spring Mastodon from Bog to Museum; Native Lobelias of Illinois; Staff members participate in conferences; New films available form museum; Winter at Dickson Mounds; Art gallery calendar; New publication: Doctoral degree conferred; Moe...
    • The Living Museum vol. 46, no. 04; Fall, 1984

    • Dragonflies -- Illinois; Birds -- Panama; Art -- Acquisitions; Indians of North America -- Medicine; Index -- volume 46; Museum exhibits -- Calendar
    • Stalking the common dragonflies of Illinois; Birds in the Panamanian forests; Early medicine; Index volumes 45 and 46; Calendar
    • The Living Museum vol. 34, no. 06; Nov. - Dec., 1972

    • Museum exhibits -- Flowers -- Super starlight '72; Art exhibitions -- African American style; Indians of North America -- Southwest --Squash blossom necklace; Bird migration -- Geese -- Horseshoe lake; Museums -- Conferences -- AAM; Index -- volume...
    • 'Super Starlight '72'; Afro-American style; 'Squash blossom' necklace; Catering to 300,000 geese; Subject index; Museum photographer retires; Dickson family receives citation; Three staff members honored
    • The Living Museum vol. 26, no. 10; Feb., 1965

    • Naturalists -- Muir, John; Nelson, Edward M.; Ridgway, Robert; Cocoons -- Cecropia; Museums -- Educational aspects -- Programs; Museums -- Trustees -- Dallman, V. Y.; Museum exhibits -- Research -- Call for objects; Museums -- Employees -- Deuel,...
    • Three men and a bird; Waiting treasure; V.Y. Dallman; Call for assistance; Dr. Deuel retires for a second time; Clearing, 1965
    • 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. 29, no. 12; April, 1968

    • 19th century architecture -- Illinois; Bird watching -- Guidebooks -- Eifert, Virginia; Index -- volume 29; Museums -- Employees -- Shields, Wayne; Art exhibitions -- Calendar; Geology -- Field trips
    • Buildings in a wilderness; 'Birds in your backyard' revised; Index -- volume 29; New assistant curator of anthropology; Museum art gallery in May
    • The Living Museum vol. 17, no. 11, March, 1956

    • Skunk cabbage -- Symplocarpus foetidus; Dutch elm disease; Crook, A. R. -- Museum director; Art exhibitions -- Polish posters; Audubon, John James -- Illinois; Museum publications -- Eifert, Virginia -- Edison award; Geology -- Field trips
    • Sign of spring; Battle of the beetles; Museum builder; March art gallery; Audubon in Illinois; Museum editor wins Edison award; Earth science field trips scheduled for 1956
    • [Notes on orchid culture] [manuscript],  1861-1875.  Volume 1.

    • Hooker, Joseph Dalton, Sir, 1817-1911--Correspondence; Orchids--Breeding; Orchids--Reproduction; Orchids--Flowering time; Orchids--Varieties; Manuscripts, English--England.
    • Manuscript notes by the English self-taught naturalist, Philip Henry Gosse, dated between 1861 and 1875, on the breeding and cultivation of orchids. Items entitled Orchid notes, dated 1861-1871, consist of ca. 148 unbound leaves of letters, pencil...
    • [Notes on orchid culture] [manuscript],  1861-1875.  Volume 2.

    • Hooker, Joseph Dalton, Sir, 1817-1911--Correspondence; Orchids--Breeding; Orchids--Reproduction; Orchids--Flowering time; Orchids--Varieties; Manuscripts, English--England.
    • Manuscript notes by the English self-taught naturalist, Philip Henry Gosse, dated between 1861 and 1875, on the breeding and cultivation of orchids. Items entitled Orchid notes, dated 1861-1871, consist of ca. 148 unbound leaves of letters, pencil...
    • Dawson, Frances - Interview and Memoir

    • Colleges and Universities; Evanston (Ill.); Farms and Farming; Illinois--Politics and Government; Illinois General Assembly--House; Iowa; Northwestern University, Evanston (Ill.); Simpson College, Indianola IA; Women--Roles, Occupations, etc.
    • Dawson, member of the Illinois House of Representatives 1957-71, recalls her childhood during the first two decades of the century near Des Moines, Iowa, farm activities, her education at Simpson College and Northwestern University, and her...
    • Grant, Lodge - Interview and Memoir

    • Afro-Americans; Cairo (Ill.); Hamilton County (Ill.); Illinois, Southern; Illinois Superintendent of Public Instruction; Ku Klux Klan; Prohibition; Race Discrimination; Southern Illinois University at Carbondale; Teachers; World War, 1939-1945
    • Grant, an educator who worked primarily in Hamilton County, Illinois, discusses his years in the teaching profession: teaching and principal positions, service as county superintendent, consolidated schools, and service as the State Superintendent...

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