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    • 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. 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.  04; Aug., 1963

    • Art exhibitions -- 16th North Mississippi Valley Artists; Mushrooms; Plantain lilies; Museums -- Membership; Rain; Museums -- Employees -- Caldwell, Joseph; Museums -- Employees -- Eifert, Herman; Art exhibitions -- Reception
    • Color in the summer gallery; Fairy rings; Plantain lilies in August; Museum Society; Gift of rain; Staff notes; To meet the artists
    • 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. 25, no.  05; Sept., 1963

    • Kennicott's owl; Low tickseed; Art exhibitions -- 16th North Mississippi Valley artists; Geology -- Field trips; Argiope; Museums - Visitors; Trees -- North America
    • Kennicott's owl; Time of yellow flowers; Art gallery in September; Argiope, the garden spider; Of things to come; Trees
    • The Living Museum vol.  07, no.  05; Sept., 1945

    • Bats; Blue lobelia; Bird migration; Great blue heron; Art exhibitions -- Watercolors -- Heitland, Emerton; Art exhibitions -- Women Artists' Salon; Museum trustees -- Barnes, R. Magoon; Forests;
    • Bats on the wing; Blue blossoms in September; Sky route, south; 'Bright feathers'; Art gallery in September; Museum loses a board member; Forests
    • The Living Museum vol. 18, no.  07; November, 1956

    • Archaeology -- Modoc rock shelter; Museums -- Meetings; Eclipses -- Moon; Art exhibitions -- Latin American painting; Osage oranges -- Maclura pomifera; Museums Week; Thanksgiving -- United States
    • Tool shed one million years old'; Moon in eclipse; Art gallery for November; Hedge apples; International museum week celebrated; Thanksgiving, 1956
    • The Living Museum vol. 30, no.  08; December, 1968

    • Quails; Partridges; Mistletoe; China dolls; Museums -- Publications; Christmas trees -- 19th century Illinois; Museums -- Acquisitions -- Art
    • Bobwhite, partridge in the fence row; Mystical mistletoe; China dolls; Books for Christmas gifts; Two Christmas trees of early Illinois; Art section receives gifts
    • The Living Museum vol.  06, no. 11; March, 1945

    • Snapping turtles; Weapons -- Speculation; Red owl; Snow trilliums; Art exhibitions -- Illustrations -- Sawyers, Martha; Fluorite -- Illinois; Stars
    • Monster of the mud; Weapon; Red owl on the roof; Snow trilliums; Art gallery in March; Gem of the southern hills; Stars for March skies
    • Biographies: Local History A-Z

    • Saint Charles (Ill.)--Biography; Saint Charles (Ill.)--History
    • This biographical profile helps document changes in St. Charles (c. 1960 - 2000) as captured by local newspaper articles about community residents' lives and businesses. Photocopies of articles compiled by St. Charles Library staff.
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    • Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945
    • Molded metal, left unpainted except for accents in gold paint. A laborer on the ___, wearing coveralls, his shirt sleeves rolled up, and holding a hammer and a gear. His hat, hammer, and gear are painted gold. A farmer on the right, also in...

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