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    • 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.  05, no.  01; May, 1943

    • Bird-watching; American silk moths; Art exhibitions -- 4th annual show by artists of the North Mississippi valley; Museum publications -- Guides -- Native Illinois shrubs; Flowers -- March marigolds; Vegetable gardens -- History; Museum exhibits --...
    • Century run; American silk moth; Flower of the week; Back of the American garden; Price memorial bird egg collection
    • The Living Museum vol. 72, no. 04; Winter, 2010

    • Museum exhibits -- Calendar; Mary Ann MacLean Play Museum; Museum collections -- Anthropology; Black-necked Stilt -- Illinois -- Breeding ranges; Himantopus mexicanus -- Illinois -- Breeding ranges
    • In small things remembered: objects from the Illinois State Museum anthropological collections; The Flood Bird: range expansion in the Black-necked Stilt; Around the State with Director Bonnie Styles
    • 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.  09, no.  01; May, 1947

    • Flowers -- Spring; Bird nests -- Field sparrow; Museums -- Acquisitions -- Barnes, Richard Magoon; Spring; Marchantia liverwort; May; Museum visitors
    • When flowered the youthful spring; Hidden nest; New gift for the museum; Springtime in Illinois; Living rock; Queen of the May; Use your museum
    • 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. 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. 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. 23, no. 0 2; June, 1961

    • Animal territories; Sweet bay magnolia; Wilderness -- Illinois; Art exhibitions -- 15th Mississippi Valley artists; Ant-lions; Hexagons in nature
    • Invisible; Sweet bay; square yard of wilderness; Art gallery in June; Lion in the sand; Magnificent hexagon
    • The Living Museum vol. 50, no. 01, 1988

    • Museums -- acquisitions; Museum techniques - exhibit artists ; Naturalists -- Larson, Robert; Astronomy -- Uranus; Museum exhibits -- calendar; Arachnids; Museum publications
    • Acquiring art; Ecological habitat exhibits; R.G. Larson: an artist and naturalist; Uranus: a look back at the 7th planet; Calendar; Page for discovery: Arachnids; Curator's bookshelf
    • The Living Museum vol. 71, no. 01, 02; Spring, 2009

    • Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865; Museum exhibits -- Illinois; Illinois -- History -- 19th Century; Agriculture -- History -- Illinois -- 19th Century; Transportation -- History -- Illinois; Cartwright, Peter -- 1785-1872; Commerce -- History --...
    • From humble beginnings: Lincoln's Illinois 1830-1861; Around The State: An Update from Museum Director Bonnie Styles
    • The Living Museum vol. 52, no. 01, 1990

    • Museums -- traveling exhibits; Excavations (Archaeology) -- Dunleith Mounds; Owls -- food; Art exhibitions -- Views from within
    • Voices from the River: part 3. Life on the Belle Reynolds; Dunleith Mounds group, East Dubuque, Illinois: part 2. Illinois State Museum 1989 Investigations; Calendar; Owls: they are what they eat!; Views from within
    • The Living Museum vol. 19, no.  02; June, 1957

    • Vultures; Museums -- employees -- Meetings; Wild strawberries; Museums -- Trustees -- McGee, N.W.; Art exhibitions -- 11th north Mississippi valley artists; Black willows -- Salix nigra
    • Young vulture; Staff notes and activities; wild strawberries; New member for the board; Art gallery in June; River of willows
    • The Living Museum vol. 16, no.  03; July, 1954

    • Silk tree -- Albizzia julibrissin; Jackrabbits; Art exhibitions -- 8th north Mississippi valley artists; Museums -- Employees -- Meetings; Freshwater mussels; Protective coloration (Biology)
    • Albizzia, the silk tree; White-tailed jack rabbit; Art gallery for July; Staff notes; Fresh-water mussel; Change of color
    • The Living Museum vol. 35, no. 02; March - April, 1973

    • Palynology -- Pollen -- Morphology; Birds -- Eggs; Handicrafts -- Exhibit -- Craftsmen of Illinois '73; Museums -- Employees; Honeybees; Museums -- Programs -- Archaeology; Museum buildings -- Quaternary studies; Museums -- Programs -- Field...
    • Palynology: the study of pollen grains; 'Order in variety we see'; Craftsmen of Illinois; exposed honeybee colonies; Archaeology workshop; Museum opens quaternary studies center; Cahokia Field course; Geological science field trips; SIU seeks help
    • The Living Museum vol. 56, no. 02; Summer, 1994

    • Rocks-- Illinois -- Tower rock; Birds -- protecting species; Pueblo pottery -- collectors and collecting -- Illinois State Museum; Art exhibitions -- prints -- U.S. -- Mexico; Museum publications -- excerpts; Museum exhibits -- calendar; Watercolor...
    • Tower Rock: sentinel of the Mississippi; Breeding Birds at risk in Sangamon County; Pueblo pottery at the Illinois State Museum; Conversation piece: Phyllis Bramson; Living in the past; Calendar; Seth Eastman
    • 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...

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