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    • The Living Museum vol. 32, no. 02; June, 1970

    • Fireflies -- Wah-wah-taysee; Bird nests; Museums -- Educational aspects -- Children's art; Bird nests -- Robins; Museums -- Employees -- Shields, Wayne; Museums -- Employees -- Parmalee, Paul; Prairie preservation
    • Wah-wah-taysee; How high the woodland nest?; Children's views of the museum; Bonanza for robins; staff note; staff note; Help save prairie remnants
    • 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. 23, no. 0 2; June, 1961

    • Animal territories; Sweet bay magnolia; Wilderness -- Illinois; Art exhibitions -- 15th Mississippi Valley artists; Ant-lions; Hexagons in nature
    • Invisible; Sweet bay; square yard of wilderness; Art gallery in June; Lion in the sand; Magnificent hexagon
    • 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. 31, no.  02; June, 1969

    • Roses; Carpenter ants; Museum exhibits -- Reptiles and amphibians; Museums -- Employees -- Parmalee, Paul; Cashatt, Everett D.; Earthquakes -- North America
    • World of roses; Carpenter ants; Reptile and amphibian exhibit; Earthquakes in the Midwest; Staff notes
    • The Living Museum vol. 25, no.  02; June, 1963

    • Luna moth; Museums -- Employees -- Ridgely, Frances; Pond terrapin; Animal young; Indians of North America -- Trade beads; Museums -- Employees -- Eifert, Herman
    • Moth; Frances Ridgely retires; Pond terrapin; Nature's nurseries; Beads to charm the Indians; New curator of Education
    • The Living Museum vol. 22, no.  02; June, 1960

    • Plant habitat -- Cliffs; Art exhibitions -- Medieval glass; Sunfish; Cattail flowers; Water lilies; Oaks; Museums -- Meetings; Museums -- Trustees -- Stratton, William G.
    • Cliff dwellers; Art gallery notes; Sunfish nest; Cattail flowers; Water lily world; Significance of oaks; Professional meetings; Governor Stratton meets with museum board
    • The Living Museum vol. 55, no. 01; Spring, 1993

    • Armadillos; Fish decoys; Decoy fishing -- history; French -- Illinois -- Peoria -- History; Museum publications -- excerpts; Museum exhibits -- calendar; Moths -- identification; Butterflies -- identification; Museum exhibits -- Pueblo pottery
    • Armadillos: invasion or return?; Ancient art of decoy fishing; French Peoria; Living in the past; Calendar; Pueblo pottery of the American southwest
    • 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. 27, no.  03; July, 1965

    • Caterpillars; Black-crowned night heron; Prairie walks; Museums -- Trustees; Sycamores; Urban animals; Museums -- Buildings -- Dickson Mounds
    • Leaf-eaters; Black-crowned night heron; Illinois prairie path; Museum's board of advisors; Sycamore; Metropolitan mammals; Dickson Mounds transferred to the museum
    • 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. 25, no.  03; July, 1963

    • Aquatic plants; Museums -- Acquisitions - Young, Cornelia -- Caucasus objects; Art exhibitions -- 16th North Mississippi Vallery artists; Museums -- Employees -- Deuel, Thorne; Swallowtails; Museum exhibits -- Miniature dioramas; Chimney swifts
    • Water gardens; Gifts to commemorate the new museum; Art gallery in June; Staff notes; Black swallowtail; Ourselves in miniature; Bird in the chimney
    • The Living Museum vol. 26, no.  03; July, 1964

    • Kingfishers; Audubon, John James; Pitcher plant; Dragonflies; Damselflies; Art exhibitions -- North Mississippi Artists; Museum visitors; Museum exhibits -- Habitats
    • Audubon's kingfishers; Sarracenia, the pitcher plant; Damsels and dragons; Summer art gallery; Big days; Summer museum
    • The Living Museum vol. 32, no. 03; July, 1970

    • Art exhibitions -- 23rd Illinois invitational; Cicadas; Museums -- Merchandise -- Wyeth print; Museums -- Employees -- Axton, John R.; Museums -- Employees -- Thompson, Milton D.; Museums -- Employees -- Leary, Richard L.; Museum exhibits --...
    • 23rd Illinois Invitational; Periodical cicadas; Color reproductions of Wyeth painting for sale; Staff notes; Models of historic Illinois buildings
    • The Living Museum vol. 16, no.  03; July, 1954

    • Silk tree -- Albizzia julibrissin; Jackrabbits; Art exhibitions -- 8th north Mississippi valley artists; Museums -- Employees -- Meetings; Freshwater mussels; Protective coloration (Biology)
    • Albizzia, the silk tree; White-tailed jack rabbit; Art gallery for July; Staff notes; Fresh-water mussel; Change of color
    • The Living Museum vol. 50, no. 02, 1988

    • Museums -- acquisitions -- photography; Photography -- University of Chicago; Franklin's ground squirrel; Wildflowers --White lady's-slipper orchid; Museum exhibits -- calendar; Archaeology -- sites; Museum publications
    • University of Chicago photograph file; Franklin's ground squirrel; White lady's-slipper orchid; Calendar; Page for Discovery: Predicting archaeological site location; Curator's bookshelf
    • 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

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