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    • Moline Corporation

    • Business enterprises--Illinois; Business enterprises--Illinois--St. Charles--History; Moline Corporation
    • Moline Corporation (Moline Malleable Iron Company until 1972) moved to St. Charles in 1892. It was located on Dean Street, East of Randall Road. Photocopies of articles compiled by St. Charles Public Library staff.
    • Museums

    • Museums--Illinois--Saint Charles; Saint Charles (Ill.)--History;
    • Photocopies of newspaper articles on area museums including those at the Heritage Center, Garfield Farm and the Christmas Tree Story museum. Please also see entries for the DuPage Airport and the Dunham-Hunt Museum. Compiled by St. Charles Public...
    • The Living Museum vol. 44, no. 01; Winter, 1981-82

    • Petroglyphs -- Nicaragua; Anthropology -- Nicaragua; Art -- Acquisitions; Ethnobotany -- Europe - Pre-Columbian era; Art exhibitions -- Folk art -- Illinois; Osteology; Museum exhibits -- Calendar; Museums -- Travel -- Eastern U.S.
    • Rock carvings from the "Isle of the Dead"; Art: recent acquisitions; Roast bream and darioles: food and dietary habits before Columbus' time; Folk art of Illinois; Bones: permanent record of the past; Calendar; Eastern sampler tour
    • 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. 01, no. 01; May, 1939

    • Hummingbirds; Museum exhibits -- Illinois --Giant beaver skull; Museums - Acquisitions -- Condell, Helen -- Chinese wall hanging; Museums -- Guides; Museum exhibits -- Fossils -- Langford, George
    • "When the first red flowers bloom…'; 'Read about a new discovery…'; "Splendid Chinese wall-hanging…'; Freed guide service; 'Plants that once grew in the coal forests'
    • 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.  02, no.  01; May, 1940

    • Art exhibitions -- North Mississippi Valley Artists; Birds; Orchids -- Illinois; Museum exhibits -- Antiquities -- Clay; Museum exhibits -- Sharks; Museum buildings
    • Show of North Mississippi Valley Artists; Parade of the birds; Illinois orchids; Mysterious little clay heads; Adventures down the woodland path, no. 1; When ancient sharks raided Illinois seas; New modern youth museum to open soon
    • The Living Museum vol. 35, no. 01; Jan. - Feb., 1973

    • Art exhibitions -- Healy, George Peter Alexander; Museum exhibits -- Late Victorian room; Drainage -- Illinois -- Sangamon River watershed; Archaeological survey -- Sangamon River watershed; Minks; National Historic Register -- Archaeological...
    • G.P.A. Healy: painter; Friends furnish a room; Lower Sangamon River drainage archaeological survey; Mustela vison, the night wanderer; Archaeological sites on National historic register; Ruth Kerr retires; Palynologist joins anthropology staff;...
    • The Living Museum vol. 37, no. 01; Jan. - Feb., 1975

    • Lincoln, Abraham -- Memorial; Museums -- Fundraising -- Museum Society; Museums -- Employees -- Retirement -- Hodge, Ruth; Museums -- Employees -- Patton, Nancy; Museums -- Publications; Museums -- Programs -- Saturdays
    • Day to remember; Illinois Museum Society; Ruth Hodge retires; New administrator for the Illinois State Museum Society; New publications; Saturday morning adventure programs
    • The Living Museum vol. 16, no.  01; May, 1954

    • Herons; Daisies -- Chrysanthemum leucanthemum; Art exhibitions -- Ohio watercolor society; Museums -- Employees -- MMC meeting; Piltdown forgery; Museums -- Employees -- List; Errata
    • Young herons; White daisies; Ohio Watercolor Society show; Staff notes; Piltdown - a faked fossil; Illinois State museum Staff; Correction
    • 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
    • Playmakers

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    • Playmakers, Inc was a theater company that operated in St. Charles, Illinois for 35 years. The company closed in 1986. The Arcada Theater and the Norris Center were the sight for many of the plays put on by the Playmakers. This collection of...
    • The Living Museum vol.  04, no.  01;  May, 1942

    • India; Australia; China; Art exhibitions -- Birds -- Illinois Audubon Society Meeting; Museum exhibits -- Elephant; Government buildings; Birds -- Illinois -- Capitol; Museum employees -- Kerr , Ruth; Klespitz, Barbara; WPA -- Staff; Museum...
    • India, Australia, and China; As others see them; Moving day, and an old, old elephant; Hall of flags; Birds in the capitol grounds; Museum staff; Australian exhibit

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