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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. 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. 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. 38, no. 01; Jan. - Feb., 1976

    • White oaks -- Illinois; Birthstones -- January -- February; Modernism, (Art) -- Illinois; Museums -- Employees -- Promotions; Johnson, Judi; Newman, Betsy; Weedman, William; Madden, Betty; Ahler, Stanley; Obituary -- Dickson, Evalyn Irene Fike
    • White oak: state tree of Illinois; Birthstones; Staff promotions; Betty Madden receives state historical award; 'Illinois heritage days'; Stanley A. Ahler awarded doctorate degree; Emergence of Modernism in Illinois (1914 - 1940); Widow of Don...
    • The Living Museum vol. 17, no.  02; June, 1955

    • June berries; Breweria pickeringii; Birds -- Predators; Singing insects; Museum exhibits -- Traveling -- Museumobile; Art exhibitions -- 9th north Mississippi valley artists
    • June berries; Flower of the sand country; Hungry hunters; Sounds in the night; Museumobile; Art gallery for June
    • The Living Museum vol. 67, no. 02,03; Summer, Fall, 2005

    • Wildlife refuge -- Illinois -- Emiquon; Emiquon -- Archaeology; Rural schools -- Illinois; One-room schoolhouses -- Illinois; Waterford School; Dickson Mounds Museum; Museum exhibits -- Calendar
    • Emiquon archaeological project: partnership to the past; Schoolhouses of the past in Illinois: the era of one-room schools; Museum calendar
    • The Living Museum vol.  04, no.  02; June, 1942

    • Foxes; Art exhibitions -- 3rd annual Mississippi Valley art exhibit; Osage orange -- Maclura pomifera; Museum employees -- Deuel, Thorne -- Leave of absence; Museum trustees -- Meeting; Birds -- Adaptations; Museums and war; Museum exhibits -- Map
    • Foxes; Third annual Mississippi valley art exhibit; Tree of the Osages; Doctor Deuel takes leave of absence; How man has changed some bird habits; Museum and war - - we quote; Living Map
    • The Living Museum vol. 28, no.  02; June, 1966

    • Cretaceous Period -- Ferns -- Illinois; Art exhibitions -- Children's art; Museum exhibits -- Indians of North America -- Technology; Museums -- Publications -- Reptiles; Lizards; Sassafras
    • Trees that used to be; Illinois youth create; Indian and his arts; Lizard tails; Tea in the woods
    • The Living Museum vol. 15, no.  03; July, 1953

    • Snakes; Soils -- Prairie; Art exhibitions -- 7th north Mississippi valley artists; Locust trees; Prairies -- Illinois; Museum exhibits -- Wildlife; Museums -- Publications -- Charges
    • Snake among the rocks; Prairie soils; Art gallery in summer; Fortress of the locust tree; Picnic on Looking Glass Prairie; Museum in July; Special announcement
    • The Living Museum vol. 20, no.  03; July, 1958

    • Mississippi River; New Jersey tea -- Ceanothus americanus; Freshwater drum; Parian -- Pottery; Museum exhibits -- Tornado trees; Wildlife populations -- Illinois;
    • Complex Mississippi; New Jersey tea; Talking fish; Parian; Tornado trees; No wildlife in Illinois
    • 2003.27.1 Buffy Parr Crouse 2003

    • Nursing; Education, Nursing; Education, Nursing, Diploma Programs; Schools, Nursing; History of Nursing; Students, Nursing;
    • This 3-part interview includes the introduction, transcript and audio file of Buffy Parr Crouse, a 2003 graduate of Graham Hospital School of Nursing who was interviewed for the School’s oral history project on 3-3-2008. Biographical Summary: As...
    • The Living Museum vol.  08, no.  03; July, 1946

    • Fishing; Walking-leaf fern -- Camptosaurus rhizophyllus; Art exhibitions -- Primitive painting -- Krans, Olaf; Horse nettle -- Solanum carolinianum; Silk Road -- Trade; Fireworks -- History; Museum buildings -- Gardens; Museums -- History --...
    • Fishing weather; Fern that walks; Exhibition of primitive painting; Horse nettle -- Potato-beetle weed; Old silk road; Fireworks; Your new museum
    • The Living Museum vol.  04, no.  03; July, 1942

    • Catfish; Museums -- Employees -- Photograph; Museums -- Employees -- Annual meetings; Art exhibitions -- 3rd annual Mississippi Valley exhibit; Indians of North America -- Industry -- Turquoise; Astronomy -- Stars; Museum exhibits -- Living map
    • Catfish and the summer pond; Museum staff; Third annual Mississippi valley exhibit; American turquoise; Summer stars; Living map
    • The Living Museum vol. 10, no. 03; July, 1948

    • Canyons; Trees -- Dendrology; Fluorite; Hummingbirds -- Nectar; Frontier and pioneer life -- Illinois; Iliamna remota -- Illinois
    • Canyon country; Life of a tree; Minerals with a light of their own; Hummingbird flowers; Illinois, 1776; Island in the Kankakee
    • Dunham-Hunt Museum

    • Museums--Illinois--Saint Charles; Saint Charles (Ill.)--History
    • Photocopies of newspaper articles compiled by St. Charles Public Library staff. Also referred to as "Hunt House," Bela T. Hunt, one of the first settlers of St. Charles, built this home of local bricks from Penny's Brickyard (now Baker Park) in...
    • The Living Museum vol. 50, no. 02, 1988

    • Museums -- acquisitions -- photography; Photography -- University of Chicago; Franklin's ground squirrel; Wildflowers --White lady's-slipper orchid; Museum exhibits -- calendar; Archaeology -- sites; Museum publications
    • University of Chicago photograph file; Franklin's ground squirrel; White lady's-slipper orchid; Calendar; Page for Discovery: Predicting archaeological site location; Curator's bookshelf

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