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    • - Motor Chapel "St. Peter". R41216.

    • Automobiles; Chapels; Churches;
    • Catholic Church Extension Society of the U.S.A.- Motor Chapel "St. Peter".- Front of Card:- Solemn High Mass on Motor Chapel "St. Peter" on a ranch near Brownsville, Texas.- Exterior view of Motor Chapel "St. Peter", owned by the Catholic Church...
    • Kane Farm & Ranch Directory 1969

    • Kane County (Ill.)--Directories;
    • The Kane Farm & Ranch Directory is an annual directory of the farms and ranches in Kane County, Illinois. Farm and ranch information includes name(s) of farmer, whether or not the farm is owned or rented, and maps indicating where farms and...
    • The Living Museum vol. 23, no.  01; May, 1961

    • Northern pike; Art exhibitions -- Schwartz, William S.; Museum exhibits -- Hall of Life; Red pine; Predators -- Speed; Prothonotaries
    • Northern pike; Art gallery for April; Hall of Developing life; 'Rills dyed yellow with the golden dust'; Jumpers, racers, and rockets; Golden bird
    • 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
    • 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.  06, no.  02; June, 1944

    • Wind -- North America; Prickly pear cacti -- Opuntia rafinesqii; Art exhibitions --handicrafts; Sea worms -- Nereids; Elephants; Museum exhibits -- Illinois archaeology; Museum exhibits -- Zoology; Museum exhibits -- Vanishing American birds
    • This is the wind; Prickly pears; Handicraft of the southern highlanders; Evening and the sea; Elephant parade
    • 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. 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. 27, no.  03; July, 1965

    • Caterpillars; Black-crowned night heron; Prairie walks; Museums -- Trustees; Sycamores; Urban animals; Museums -- Buildings -- Dickson Mounds
    • Leaf-eaters; Black-crowned night heron; Illinois prairie path; Museum's board of advisors; Sycamore; Metropolitan mammals; Dickson Mounds transferred to the museum
    • The Living Museum vol. 19, no.  03; July, 1957

    • Grasshoppers; Buttonbush -- Cephalanthus; Art exhibitions -- 11th north Mississippi valley artists; Red cedar -- Juniperus virginiana; Mississippi River; Publications -- Eifert, Virginia -- rivers; Museums -- Trustees -- Dallman, V.Y.
    • Singing in the grass; Edge of the swamp; Art gallery; Cedar apples; Dozen questions about the Mississippi; 'Mississippi calling'; Gift presented to V.Y. Dallman
    • The Living Museum vol. 45, no. 02; 1983

    • Federal Arts Project -- Illinois; Anthropology -- China; Climatology -- Illinois -- History; Museums -- Travel -- James River; Art -- Acquisitions; Museum exhibits -- Calendar; Museums -- Travel -- Missouri Ozarks
    • After the great crash: federal arts projects in Illinois; Reflections on modern China; Illinois climate: a history of climatic changes and their effects on early settlement; James river plantation tour; Art: recent acquisitions; Calendar; Weekend...
    • The Living Museum vol. 15, no.  04; August, 1953

    • Swans; Proboscidea louisianica; Art exhibits; Lined snakes -- Illinois; Museums -- Employees -- Boyden, Estelle; Museums -- Employees -- Schoenborn, Betty; Museums -- Employees -- Parmalee, Paul; Water lilies
    • In water black as style swims the wild swan'; Unicorn plant; Art gallery in August; Lined snake in Illinois; Staff changes; World of the water lilies
    • 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. 24, no.  05; Sept., 1962

    • Cattails; Box turtle; Leaf -- Decomposition; Museums -- Trustees; Flying squirrels; Mimicry in animals; Museums -- Closing
    • Cattails; Box turtle; Aroma of autumn; Meet the board of museum advisors; Shadow in the night; Look-alikes in nature; Museum Closed
    • 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. 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. 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...
    • Watch Word January 1949

    • Clock and watch makers -- Illinois -- Elgin; Elgin (Ill.) -- History; Elgin National Watch Co.;
    • The January 1949 issue of the Watch Word, a magazine for and about the employees of the National Watch Company

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