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    • The Living Museum vol. 17, no. 10; February, 1956

    • Museum exhibits -- Indians of North America; Museums -- Employees -- Fuller, George D. -- Retirement; Art exhibitions -- West African art -- Bascom, William; Art exhibitions -- National League of American Pen Women; Museums -- Employees --...
    • Indians are back; Dr. Fuller retires; 'Vascular plants of Illinois'; West African art on display; Hunter gallery; Art gallery in February; Appointed secretary-treasurer of conference; Museum news and notes
    • The Living Museum vol. 35, no. 05; Sept. - Oct., 1973

    • Museum exhibits -- Elk; Museum exhibits -- Elk -- Geology; Forests -- Illinois; Prairies -- Illinois; Museum exhibits -- Fabrication techniques -- Plants; Museums -- Employees -- Parmalee, Paul; Museums -- Employees -- Winterringer, Glen S.; ...
    • Museum's newest exhibit: the elk group; Geology of the elk group; It was forest and it was prairie; Fabricating plants for ecological exhibits; Dr. Parmalee accepts professorship; Dr. Winterringer retires; Dr. McMillan named new assistant director;...
    • The Living Museum vol. 15, no.  02; June, 1953

    • Architecture -- Agricultural -- Illinois -- History; Museums -- Illinois State Museum Society; Bird nests -- Black tern; Hubbard, Gurden S. -- Trading posts; Elephants; Museums -- Meetings
    • Architecture of the prairie; Museum foundation grows; Nesting of the black tern; Hubbard's trace; Elephants; Museum notes
    • The Living Museum vol. 25, no. 12, April, 1964

    • Nature -- Essay; Poison ivy; Poison sumac; Art exhibitions -- Illinois high schools; Ovenbird; Museums -- History -- Living Museum; Index -- volume 25
    • All on an April morning; Poison-ivy and poison-sumac; Art gallery in April; Ovenbird; Twenty-fifth year; index -- volume 25
    • The Living Museum vol. 36, no. 02; March - April, 1974

    • Bird watching -- Illinois -- Yellow rail; Obituary -- Caldwell, Joseph R.; Portraiture -- Illinois -- Weiss, Edward H.; Paperweights -- Barker, Morton, D.; Global environmental change -- Ice Age to present; Pigs -- Peccary; Obituary --...
    • Search for the yellow rail; Edward H. Weiss: Faces from Illinois; Morton D. Barker paperweight collection; Climatic change since the ice age; Former museum botanist dies in crash of airliner; Staff notes; Tine-Life reprint about Cahokia available;...
    • The Living Museum vol. 36, no. 06; Nov. - Dec., 1974

    • Christmas trees -- Folklore -- Tree of Jesse; Insects -- Owlflies; Indians of North America -- Hunting; Museums - Employees -- Conference; Public employees -- Education -- Director -- Stackler, Ronald; Museums -- Trustees -- Members; Myers, Albert;...
    • Tree of Jesse; Owlflies unusual-looking insects; American Indian hunting and trapping Staff members attend meeting; New director for department of registration and education; Illinois state Museum Board members; Subject index volume XXXVI; Museum...
    • The Living Museum vol. 18, no.  09; January, 1957

    • Museum exhibits -- Clocks -- Hunter collection; Animal tracks; Art exhibitions -- Indonesian costume; Herbaria; Indians of North America -- Modoc rock shelter; Museums -- Educational aspects -- Science programs
    • What's o'clock?; Snow tracks; Art gallery for January; Herbarium grows and grows; Modoc calendar; Science adventure programs
    • The Living Museum vol. 29, no.  04; August, 1967

    • Lizards; Salamanders; Aquatic plants -- Water clover; Porcupines -- Illinois; Flowering plants -- Monarda sp.; Museums -- Employees -- Hunter, Joan; Museums -- Employees -- Blasingham, Emily; Museums -- Employees -- Hall, Robert; Museums --...
    • So what's the difference; Water clover; Porcupines: former residents of Illinois; Wild bergamot; Staff notes; In the art gallery; Lizards, salamanders, and wild flowers
    • 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. 28, no. 12; April, 1966

    • Nature -- Illinois -- Shawnee Hills; Colt pistols; Excavation (Archaeology) -- Dickson Mounds; Prehistoric architecture -- Illinois; Index -- volume 28; Geology -- Field trips; Museums -- Publications -- Booklets
    • South to meet the spring; Personal history of a gun; House that 'X' built
    • The Living Museum vol. 28, no.  08; Dec. 1966

    • Christmas decorations; Museums -- Educational aspects; Woodcarving -- Bartels, William; 19th century furniture -- Illinois; Museums -- Publications -- Eifert, Virginia -- Of Men and Rivers; Austrian pines -- Illinois; Bird migration -- Hazards
    • Christmas in the Museum; Furniture fit for a queen; Of men and rivers; Pines of Illinois Beach State Park; Modern-day hazard to bird migration
    • The Living Museum vol. 28, no. 10; Feb., 1967

    • Sculpture -- Lincoln, Abraham -- Life mask; Horned Larks; Naturalist -- Illinois -- Chase, Virginius Heber; Painting -- Nature artists; Museums -- Educational aspects -- Programs; Art exhibitions -- Shapiro, Irving
    • Face of Lincoln; Early nester; Virginius, Heber Chase; Nature artists; Saturday morning adventure programs; Art gallery
    • The Living Museum vol. 14, no.  07; Nov., 1952

    • Bird feeding; Cradle boards -- Names; Fort Massac; Spider lilies -- Hymenocallis occidentalis; Exhibit techniques -- Preparators; Art exhibitions -- Glass -- Hunter collection; Museums -- Employees -- Meetings
    • Thanksgiving dinner for the birds; Fort Massac on the Ohio; Southern beauty in the north; Preparator's work; Art gallery in November; Museum notes
    • The Living Museum vol. 58, no. 04; Winter, 1997

    • Wetlands -- Study and teaching (Middle school) -- Illinois State Museum; Story-telling -- Keding, Dan; Voodooism -- Illinois; Earthquakes -- Illinois; Index -- volume 58; Museum exhibits -- calendar; Museum employees -- Roos, Marlin -- retirement
    • An interdisciplinary study of Illinois wetlands; Vodun in Illinois; In search of ancient earthquakes; Volume 58 index; Shape of things to come; Outstanding in his field
    • The Living Museum vol. 18, no.  06; October, 1956

    • Milkweed; Highways --Mississippi Parkway; Art exhibitions -- Latin American painting; Sandbur -- Cenchrus pauciflorus; Wetlands -- Birds; Publications -- Eifert, Virginia -- Birds; Museums -- Merchandise -- Slides
    • Milkweed silk; Mississippi parkway; Art gallery in October; Meet the sandbur; 'Ah, land of whirring wings-'; Museum editor is author of another book; Please note
    • The Living Museum vol. 28, no.  07; Nov., 1966

    • Totem poles -- Inuit -- Lincoln, Abraham; Indians of North America -- Illinois country -- Villages; Geese -- Migration; Handicrafts -- Craftsmen's biennial awards; Museums -- Employees -- Caldwell, Joseph R.
    • Totem poles and Mr. Lincoln; Indian villages of the Illinois Country; Geese return; Illinois craftsmen's awards; Staff notes
    • The Living Museum vol. 24, no.  09; Jan., 1963

    • Museum buildings -- New museum; Art exhibitions -- New galleries; Museum employees -- Preparators; Obituary -- Holtz, Frederick C.; Museum publications; Museums -- Employees -- Deuel, Thorne -- Retirement
    • Welcome to the new museum!; Art gallery; People behind the exhibits; Frederick C. Holtz; Museum for you; Thorne Deuel retires as chief of the museum
    • The Living Museum vol. 14, no.  03; July, 1952

    • Nature; Sycamores; Art exhibitions -- Illinois in pictures; Animal tracks; Museums -- History; Trees -- United States
    • Lone trail and the high hill; When the sycamores peel; 'Illinois in pictures' continues; Stories in the trail; Museum has an anniversary
    • The Living Museum vol. 25, no.  06; Oct., 1963

    • Nature -- Essay; Assassin bug; Persimmons; Museum exhibits -- Clocks; Museums -- Publications -- Eifert, Virginia; Museums -- Employees -- Meetings
    • One day in October; Kiss of a six-legged assassin; 'Possum plums'; World of time; Two new Eifert books due this fall; Staff notes
    • 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
    • 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. 35, no. 06; Nov. - Dec., 1973

    • Rocking horses; Art and state -- FAP -- Illinois; Indians of North America -- Illinois; Museums -- Employees -- Klippel, Walter E.; Museums -- Employees -- Pierceall, Karen; Museums -- Employees -- Evans, Robert; Index -- volume 35; Museums --...
    • Heigh-ho, the rocking horse; Federal Art Project of the 1930s; Recent native heritage of central Illinois; Dr. Klippel named head of museum's anthropology department; Mrs. Pierceall becomes assistant to museum director; Art curator displays work;...
    • The Living Museum vol. 33, no. 05; Sept. - Oct., 1971

    • Frontier and pioneer life -- Illinois -- Henry County -- Bishop Hill; Sumac; Excavations (Archaeology) -- Illinois -- Calhoun County -- Koster site; Art exhibitions -- 24th invitational -- Purchase awards; Museums -- Programs; Museums -- Trips --...
    • Bishop Hill: a utopia on a prairie; Sumac, sumach, sumack, shumac, summaque, shoemake; Koster: a stratified archaic site in the Illinois valley; 24th Illinois Invitational -- purchase awards; Saturday morning adventure programs; Geological science...
    • 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. 31, no.  05; September, 1969

    • American lotus -- North America; Museums -- Educational aspects; Excavations (Archaeology) -- Illinois -- Fulton County -- Dickson Mounds; Spiders -- Webs; Art exhibitions -- German expressionists; Museums -- Educational aspects -- Workshops;...
    • American lotus; We invite me; Recent archaeology at Dickson Mounds; Wonder fiber; Art gallery; Stitchery workshops; Archaeomagnetism and Dickson Mounds
    • The Living Museum vol. 28, no.  05; Sept., 1966

    • Art exhibitions -- 19th north Mississippi valley artists; Art exhibitions -- Watercolors; Tiger beetles; Museum research -- Iran; Aquatic plants -- Illinois
    • Art in the summer gallery; Coming in October; Of tigers and tiger beetles; Museum expedition to Iran; Aquatic plants of Illinois
    • The Living Museum vol. 11, no. 04; August, 1949

    • Passion flowers; Spider webs; Art exhibitions -- Yuan, Chang -- Chu, Herbert; Mississippi palisades; Museums -- Employees -- Hodge, Charles; Venus; Prairie -- Illinois
    • Passionflower; Time for spider webs; Art gallery in August; Additions to the Illinois State Museum staff; Mississippi palisades; There came a star; Wet prairie
    • The Living Museum vol. 24, no.  03; July, 1962

    • Birds -- North America -- Lewis and Clark Expedition; Archaeology -- Use of astronomy; Museums -- Employees -- Flynn, Alice -- Obituary; Waves; Museum buildings -- Old museum; Museums -- Employees -- Wittry, Warren L.
    • New birds for Mr. Jefferson; Stars, Clay, and men; Mrs. Alice A. Flynn; Wave; Last chance; Warren L. Wittry becomes assistant director at Cranbrook
    • The Living Museum vol. 18, no. 12; April, 1957

    • Dogwoods; Piasa bird -- Indians of North America; Herbaria -- Plant preparation; Art exhibitions -- Bell, Enid -- Elias, Harold -- Gasser, Henry; Exhibitions -- Traveling -- Schoolroom progress U.S.A.; Museums -- Research -- Indian sites; Index --...
    • Dogwood design; 'Piasa bird: fact of fiction!'; Plants that bloom on paper; Art gallery in April; 'Schoolroom progress U.S.A.'; Records of Indians sites in Illinois; index -- volume 18
    • The Living Museum vol. 19, no.  06; Oct., 1957

    • Migration -- Modoc people -- North America; Indians of North America -- Buffalo hunt; Art exhibitions Kikuchi, Atsushi; Dawn redwood -- Metasequoia glypto stroboides -- Illinois; Museum exhibits -- Historic Illinois; Museum exhibits -- Man and the...
    • Search for food; Buffalo hunt; Art gallery; Dawn redwood -- Illinois; Fish, corn, and lead; Man and the wild
    • 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. 27, no.  04; August, 1965

    • Art exhibitions -- 18th annual north Mississippi valley artists; Slender glass snake -- Ophisaurus attenuatus; Art exhibitions -- Sculpture -- Minerals; Plant galls; Museum exhibits
    • Art in the summer gallery; Slender glass snake; Minerals in modern art; Plant plus insect equals gall; August in the museum
    • The Living Museum vol. 18, no.  01; May, 1956

    • Swallowtail butterfly -- Life cycle; Art exhibitions -- Renaissance painting -- Chesrow, Colonel Frank; Red-winged blackbird; Museums -- Buildings -- Renovation; Caltrop -- Tribulus terrestris; River conservation -- U.S Corps of Engineers
    • One morning in May; Renaissance art in the museum; Redwing in the marsh; Plant 'caltrop'; Guardians of the river

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