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    • The Living Museum vol. 30, no.  01; May, 1968

    • Flowering plants -- Viola; Trees -- Oaks; Cardinals -- Illinois; Prairies -- Illinois -- Early descriptions; Art exhibitions -- Calendar
    • Violets; 'Native oak' - Quercus sp.; Cardinals sing in Illinois; Prairie splendors lost; Art Gallery June 1-23
    • The Living Museum vol. 28, no.  01; May, 1966

    • Orchids; Punt guns -- Hunting guns; Bird nests -- Dove; Art exhibitions -- youth; Museum exhibits -- Dioramas; Bird migration -- Nigh
    • Whip-poor-will's shoe; Punt gun and a bygone hunting era; In the art gallery 'Illinois youth creates'; Dive's nest; Through the woods and up the hill, across the prairie and out to the shore; Night flight
    • 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. 26, no.  01; May, 1964

    • Prairie chicken -- Illinois; Wild crab apples; Art exhibitions -- Illinois youth; Burrowing crayfish; Museums -- Publications -- Anthology; Chestnut trees -- Information; Museums exhibits -- Firearms -- Call for loans; Nature -- Essay;
    • Prairie chicken in Illinois; Wild crab apples; 'Illinois youth creates'; Tunnel-digger, tower-builder; Thank you; Guns needed for new exhibit; Little night music
    • 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. 67, no. 02,03; Summer, Fall, 2005

    • Wildlife refuge -- Illinois -- Emiquon; Emiquon -- Archaeology; Rural schools -- Illinois; One-room schoolhouses -- Illinois; Waterford School; Dickson Mounds Museum; Museum exhibits -- Calendar
    • Emiquon archaeological project: partnership to the past; Schoolhouses of the past in Illinois: the era of one-room schools; Museum calendar
    • The Living Museum vol.  08, no.  03; July, 1946

    • Fishing; Walking-leaf fern -- Camptosaurus rhizophyllus; Art exhibitions -- Primitive painting -- Krans, Olaf; Horse nettle -- Solanum carolinianum; Silk Road -- Trade; Fireworks -- History; Museum buildings -- Gardens; Museums -- History --...
    • Fishing weather; Fern that walks; Exhibition of primitive painting; Horse nettle -- Potato-beetle weed; Old silk road; Fireworks; Your new museum
    • 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. 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. 39, no. 03; May - June, 1977

    • Museums -- History -- Illinois State Museum; Museums -- History -- logos; Museums -- Employees -- Memorial -- Eifert, Virginia; Museums -- Employees -- Klippel, Walter; Museum exhibits -- Centennial exhibit; Museums -- Travel -- Southern Illinois;
    • Museum on the move; Centennial logo and slogan; Memorial to Virginia S. Eifert; Dr. Klippel moves to Tennessee; Special Museum Centennial Exhibit; Natural history tour to Horseshoe Lake
    • The Living Museum vol. 47, no. 03; Summer, 1985

    • Museums -- Collections -- Northern Illinois Museum of Natural history; Carpenter, Charles; Museum exhibits -- Honey ants; Museums -- Buildings -- Illinois Art Gallery; Museum exhibits -- Calendar
    • Northern Illinois museum of natural history; Honey of an ant; State of Illinois art gallery opens in Chicago; Exhibition schedule
    • 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. 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...

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