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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.
    • The Living Museum vol.  03, no.  01; May, 1941

    • Moths; Woodland path -- Description; Lincoln, Abraham -- Cemetery; Aesculapius -- Diorama; Museum techniques; Iris; Museum exhibits -- Acquisitions -- Tax, Sol; Simpson, Ida; Hollingshead, H.A.; Stafford, Eugene; Blanchet, H.H.; Schoonover, Fred;...
    • Moth; Along the woodland path, no. 10; Lincoln and Oak ridge; Aesculapius; Story behind the exhibit; Art gallery in May; Iris fields
    • 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. 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. 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. 42, no. 01; 1980

    • Museums -- Publications -- Anniversary; Indians of North America -- Quillwork; Art exhibitions -- Photography -- Competition; Publications -- Eifert, Virginia; Fossils -- Illinois -- Mazon Creek; Art -- Acquisitions; Museum exhibits -- Calendar;...
    • Into the 1980s: A Living Museum; The Living Museum is 40; Porcupine quillwork an Amerindian applied decorative technique; Illinois Photographers '80; Writings of Virginia Eifert; Fossils from Mazon Creek; Art: recent acquisitions; Calendar; Index...
    • The Living Museum vol. 53, no. 01, 1991

    • Indians of North America -- Illinois -- Archaic; Woven matting; Shell beads; Art exhibitions -- Abercrombie, Gertrude ; Museums -- educational aspects -- Brown bag lectures; Museums -- educational aspects -- Nagy, Moholy L.; Museum exhibits --...
    • Modoc matting and beads: cultural complexity in the early archaic period; Gertrude Abercrombie Revisited; Food for Thought: Lunchtime at the Museum's Research and Collections center; 26in motion; Calendar; Curator's bookshelf
    • The Living Museum vol. 59, no. 01, 02; Spring/Summer, 1997

    • Spiders -- webs; Museum exhibits -- Dickson Mounds Museum -- Four Moons Festival; Museum techniques -- collections management -- Native American antiquities -- Dickson Mounds Museum; Quilts -- Stenge, Bertha; Museum exhibits -- calendar; Spider...
    • Casting a sticky trap: spiders and the predatory ways; Converesation piece; Photographic Documentation Project; A cut and stitch above: quilts by Bertha Stenge; Calendar; Spider gorget
    • 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
    • The Living Museum vol. 24, no.  01; May, 1962

    • vonLinne, Karl; Sparrows; Museum buildings -- Moving; Grasshopper mouse; Museum -- Trustees -- Leighton, M.M. -- Kanatzar, C. Leplie; Trees -- Use; Museums -- Films; Bird watching
    • May birthday; World sparrow; Something to think about; Killer in the grass; Board changes; Uses of trees; Last new bird
    • The Living Museum vol. 36, no. 01; Jan. - Feb., 1974

    • Bird nests -- Cellophane; Indians of North America -- Antiquities -- Spindle whorl; Meteorites -- Illinois; Education, Rural -- Midwest -- One-room schools; Museums -- Lectures; Bird lists; Museums -- Employees -- Ahler, Stanley; Museums --...
    • Nest of cellophane; Incised spindle whorl at Cahokia; Illinois' past arrivals from outer space; One-room schoolhouse: key to the changing rural landscape; New lecture series planned; Birds lumped by A.O.U.; Museum's new anthropologist; Soft Drink...
    • The Living Museum vol. 73, no. 03; Summer, 2011

    • Museum exhibits -- Calendar; Dickson Mounds Museum (Lewistown, Ill.); Archaeological museums and collections -- Illinois; Native Americans of North America -- History; Excavation (Archaeology) -- Illinois; Dickson, Don F.; ; Cole, Faye Cooper
    • Igniting the torch: amateurs, adventure, and the advent of american archaeology; Exhibition calendar

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