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    • 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. 44, no. 02; Spring, 1982

    • Archaeology -- Dickson Mounds; Depression glass; Art -- Acquisitions; Art exhibitions -- Illinois -- Photographers; Museums -- Travel -- St. Francois mountains; Excavations (Archaeology) -- Kimmswick Site; Indians of North America -- Clovis people;...
    • Dickson Mounds: rich site for archaeologists; Story behind depression era glass; Art: recent acquisitions; Illinois photographers '82; Active volcanoes in Missouri?; Clovis peoples in the Midwest: importance of the Kimmswick site; Books: Exploring...
    • The Living Museum vol. 54, no. 03, 1992

    • Naturalists -- Lockhart, James; Excavations (Archaeology) -- Illinois -- Potowatomi site; Museum publications -- excerpts; Museum exhibits -- calendar; Navajo weaving
    • Rooted in Nature: the art of James Lockhart; Archaeological investigations at a nineteenth century Potawatomi site in northeastern Illinois; Living in the past; Calendar; Page for discovery: Eye dazzlers -the work of Navajo weavers
    • The Living Museum vol. 44, no. 03; Summer, 1982

    • Indians of North America -- Illinois -- Land use; Poisonous plants; Museum publications -- Poison ivy; Museum exhibits -- Japanese miniatures; Art -- Acquisitions; Museums -- Educational aspects -- Discovery rooms; Museum exhibits -- Calendar;...
    • Man against land: how early occupants affected the Illinois environment; Please don't eat the daffodils, or the datura, or the dieffenbachia...; Books: Poison ivy and poison sumac; Japanese miniatures; Museums and their discovery rooms; Art: recent...
    • Anker, Dorothy - Interview and Memoir

    • Colleges and Universities; Emigration and Immigration; German-Americans; Germany; Jewish-Americans; Jews--Germany; Photography; Sangamon State University, Springfield (Ill.) (1969-1995); Springfield (Ill.)--Businesses; World War,...
    • Anker, retired owner of a Springfield photo studio, recalls her life in Germany prior to WWII, conditions for Jewish people in the 30's, memories of Crystal Night, and the effects of Nazi government policies on her family and their business. She...
    • Campo, Nick - Interview and Memoir

    • Coal Mines and Mining; Divernon (Ill.); Emigration and Immigration; Farms and Farming--Sicily; Illinois--Politics and Government; Italian-Americans; Ku Klux Klan; Prohibition; Railroads; Restaurants; Sicily; Springfield (Ill.)--Businesses; World...
    • Campo, Italian immigrant, discusses life in the early 20th century: early years in Sicily and emigration to Springfield; railroad employment; unions, boarding houses, and working conditions as a coal miner in Pawnee, Kincaid, Taylorville, and...
    • Combination Atlas Map of DuPage County 1874

    • Real property -- Illinois -- DuPage County -- Maps.; DuPage County (Ill.) -- Maps.; DuPage County (Ill.) -- Description and travel -- Views.
    • Contains city and township plat maps within DuPage County, sketches of prominent homes, census information on landowners and biographies of county pioneers. Compiled, drawn and published from personal examinations and surveys. Originally published...
    • Herron, Howard - Interview and Memoir

    • Amusements; Auburn (Ill.); Automobiles; Coal Mines and Mining; Depression, 1929; Electrification; Emigration and Immigration; Family Life; Fires; Grocery Trade; Influenza Epidemic, 1918; Ku Klux Klan; Railroads; Social Life and Customs; United...
    • Herron, long-time resident and businessman in Auburn, Illinois, discusses early 20th century home and social life in Auburn: his family history, cooking and home remedies, housework, rural education, courtship and marriage, social events,...
    • Hudd, Peter - Interview and Memoir

    • Allis-Chalmers Company, Springfield (Ill.); Chicago Tribune; Church Schools; Emigration and Immigration; Family Life; Mental Health; Music; Russia; Russian-Americans; Sacred Heart Academy, Springfield (Ill.); San Francisco CA; Springfield...
    • Hudd, a refugee from the Russian Revolution, discusses his life in Russia, China, and the United States. He recalls the city of Omsk; Cadet Corps School, home and social life; political unrest in Russia and the abdication of the Czar; changes after...
    • Do you know Illinois?

    • History--Illinois
    • A collection of weekly columns featuring historic facts about Illinois. These columns were distributed for publication in Illinois newspapers (from January 1935 to September 1941) by Edward J. Hughes, Secretary of State and State Librarian.

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