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    • 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. 60, no. 01; spring, summer 1998

    • Natural history -- Illinois -- Emiquon; Indians of North America -- Illini; Museum exhibits -- basketry -- From Limb to Limb; Museum exhibits -- bird nests; Museum exhibits -- calendar
    • Emiquon: a place in nature, a place in time; Illini indiands in the Illinois Country, 1673- 1882; From limb to limb; Museum calendar
    • The Living Museum vol. 20, no.  02; June, 1958

    • Opossums -- Behavior; Bird nests -- Hummingbirds; Art exhibitions -- Cape Cod artists; Roses -- Rosa multiflora; Natural history -- Illinois; Duckweed -- Spirodela polyrhiza;
    • Opossums in the night; Hummingbird's nest; Art gallery; Rose fences; Story of Illinois; Duckweed jungle
    • The Living Museum vol. 58, no. 01; Spring, 1996

    • Coffins -- Illinois -- 19th century; Museum employees -- editor -- Britton, Kimberly; Botany -- species identification; Museum employees -- Robinson, Orvetta; Museum employees -- Langer, Dorothy; Indians of North America -- Pueblo pottery --...
    • Kimberly K. Britton appointed Museum editor; In a box of pine: coffins from the Grafton historic cemetery; Saluting years of their faithful service; Pueblo ceramic figurines; Friends are for keeps!; North American pollen database; Shape of things...
    • The Living Museum vol. 41, no. 01; Winter, 1978-79

    • Glaciers -- Illinois; Indians of North America -- Ice-free corridor; Paleontology -- Elephant hunting -- North America; Indians of North America -- Great Lakes -- Beads; Bird migration -- Range extension; Museum employees -- Ridgely, Frances --...
    • Ancient glaciers in Illinois; Ice-free corridor: prehistoric pathway; Elephant hunters in North America; Beads: upper Great Lakes Indians; Overmigration: a method of range expansion?; In memoriam; Calendar; East African geologic safari
    • 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.  03, no.  04; August, 1941

    • Museum exhibits -- Dioramas -- Illinois -- Habitats; Parker, A.H.; Marchand, Henri; Caterpillars --Saddle-back; Shooting stars; Museum exhibits -- Location; Jo Daviess County -- Illinois; Pigeons -- Illinois -- Habitat; Excavation (Archaeology) --...
    • Taken from life; Speaking of insects; Of shooting stars; Museum presents; North-west corner; State house pigeons; Mound excavation
    • 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. 46, no. 02; Spring, 1984

    • Museum exhibits -- Peoples of the past; Indians of North America -- Illinois -- Culture; Ethnobotany -- Plant use; Hunting -- History -- North America; Art -- Acquisitions; Museum publications -- Guide -- Illinois archaeology; Museum exhibits --...
    • Peoples of the past: a foreword; Early Native Americans in Illinois; Early uses of plants in Illinois; Art: recent acquisitions; Guidebook to Illinois archaeology; Summer archaeology tours; calendar; Hudson river sampler tour
    • The Living Museum vol. 63, no.0 3;  fall, 2001

    • Art and state -- Illinois -- Federal Art Projects; Computer-aided instruction -- museum applications; Museum exhibits -- calendar
    • Work - People - Art: Federal Art Projects in Illinois during the Great Depression; New approach to museum exhibition; Museum calendar
    • The Living Museum vol. 58, no. 04; Winter, 1997

    • Wetlands -- Study and teaching (Middle school) -- Illinois State Museum; Story-telling -- Keding, Dan; Voodooism -- Illinois; Earthquakes -- Illinois; Index -- volume 58; Museum exhibits -- calendar; Museum employees -- Roos, Marlin -- retirement
    • An interdisciplinary study of Illinois wetlands; Vodun in Illinois; In search of ancient earthquakes; Volume 58 index; Shape of things to come; Outstanding in his field
    • The Living Museum vol. 25, no.  07; Nov., 1964

    • Deer; Chestnut trees; Art exhibitions -- College of Fine and Applied Arts -- University of Illinois; Climbing ferns; Museum exhibits -- Mammals; Fog -- Essay; Museums -- Publications -- Condell Collection
    • Deer on the ridge; Last of the chestnuts; Art gallery in November; Climbing fern; Special ones; Spirit of the fog; 'Oriental art'
    • The Living Museum vol. 23, no.  08; Dec., 1961

    • Muskrats; Holly; Art exhibitions -- 20th century American art; Plant galls; Titmouse; Apples; Museums -- Employees -- Fuller, George D.
    • Roofs of home; 'Sing hi-ho, the holly!'; December art gallery; 'Some plant galls of Illinois'; Titmouse tribe; Star in the apple; George D. Fuller
    • The Living Museum vol. 53, no. 04, 1991

    • Artists -- Norton, John Warner; Caves -- Missouri -- Heinze cave; Names, Geographical -- Illinois; Museum publications -- excerpts; Index -- volume 53; Museum exhibits -- calendar; Museum publications
    • John Warner Norton: a Lockport legacy; Heinze cave: a window on Ice Age environments; Naming Illinois prairies and groves; Living in the past; Incex volume 53; Calendar; Curator's bookshelf
    • The Living Museum vol. 20, no. 11; March, 1959

    • Ground squirrels; Miniature primroses; Art exhibitions -- Chinese silk textiles; Publications -- Eifert, Virginia -- New birth of freedom; Snails; Museum exhibits; Nature -- March
    • Profile of a ground squirrel; Miniature primrose; Art gallery in March; Snail on the moss; Have you seen this exhibit?; Night in March
    • Commemorative history of the Elgin Police Department

    • Police -- Illinois -- Elgin; Policewomen; Police; Police dogs; Elgin (Ill.) -- History
    • This book traces the history of the Elgin Police Department from its modest beginnings in 1836 to present day 1994. It includes photographs of important events and department members as well as documenting major changes in law enforcement between...
    • 1997.27.2 LaVina Cady 1997

    • 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 LaVina Cady, a 1997 graduate of Graham Hospital School of Nursing, who was interviewed for the School’s oral history project on 11-26-2007. Biographical Summary:...
    • Arcada Theatre

    • Saint Charles (Ill.)--History; Theaters--Illinois--Saint Charles
    • Includes "The Arcada Theater History, Prepared by Les Hickory, from the St. Charles Chronicle" (title from cover); a "revised constituion" for the St. Charles Little Theatre; and articles and clippings dated from 1925-1999.
    • Marines at Midway

    • United States. Marine Corps, Fleet Marine Force; United States. Marine Corps--History--World War, 1939-1945; Midway, Battle of, 1942; World War, 1939-1945--Regimental histories--Fleet Marine Force
    • This account of the role played by Marines in the base-development and defense of Midway Atoll is the third in a series of narratives intended to provide accurate and complete information on Marine Corps operations in World War II. Maps used in...
    • Business and Industry: A - F; Overview

    • Business enterprises--Illinois; Business enterprises--Illinois--St. Charles history; Saint Charles (Ill.)--History
    • Photocopies of newspaper articles compiled by St. Charles Public Library staff. Organized alphabetically by business name. Dates currently referenced: 1878-1991. Commentary and notes by Library staff included.
    • McCarthy, Henry L. - Memoir

    • Chicago (Ill.); Depression, 1929; Illinois Department of Aging; Illinois Department of Public Aid; Irish-Americans; "New Deal" 1933-1939; New York NY; Public Welfare; Roosevelt, Eleanor; Roosevelt, Franklin Delano (President, U.S., 1933-1945);...
    • Henry L. McCarthy discusses his family background, early education and work, the Depression, education at University of Chicago, work at DePaul University, work as regional director of the Social Security Administration, the Social Security Act,...
    • Marsh, Jeremiah - Memoir

    • Chicago (Ill.)--Politics and Government; Daley, Richard J., Sr. (Mayor, Chicago); Harvard University; Illinois--Politics and Government; Lawyers; Ogilvie, Richard B.(Governor, Illinois, 1969-1973); Powell, Paul (Secretary of State, Illinois)
    • Marsh, attorney, recalls his experiences as Special Counsel to Illinois Governor Richard B. Ogilvie (1969-1973). He recounts activities as a chief advisor and trouble-shooter for Ogilvie, dealing with matters such as the institution of a state...
    • Kempe, Joe - Interview and Memoir

    • Baseball; Christian Scientists; Family Life; Journalism; Kennedy, John Fitzgerald (President, U.S., 1961-1963)--Assassination; Nokomis (Ill.); Printing (newspapers, etc.); Publishers and Publishing; Saint Louis Globe-Democrat (newspaper); Saint...
    • Kempe, magazine creator and publisher, discusses his work in the pre-automation printing trade and small press publishing: producing the advertising newspaper The Circulator, his membership in the International Typographical Union, experiences as a...
    • McCarter, John W. Jr. - Interview and Memoir

    • Illinois--Income Tax; Illinois--Politics and Government; Illinois Bureau of the Budget; Illinois Constitutional Convention; Illinois Department of Finance; Illinois Department of Revenue; Ogilvie, Richard B.(Governor, Illinois, 1969-1973)
    • McCarter recounts his work as director of the Bureau of the Budget and the Department of Finance, the planning and legislative maneuvers behind the Illinois income tax and federal revenue sharing, work with the Department of Revenue, Governor...
    • Golden, Larry - Interview and Memoir

    • Anti-Semitism; Brooklyn, NY; Colleges and Universities; Jewish-Americans; Minnesota; Pacifism and Peace Movements; Sangamon State University, Springfield (Ill.) (1969-1995); University of New Hampshire; Vietnamese Conflict, 1961-1975--opposition...
    • Golden, professor of Political Studies at Sangamon State University, discusses his family background, Jewish religion and anti-semitism, his education at the University of New Hampshire, and the development of his liberal views and involvement with...
    • Rayson, Leland - Interview and Memoir

    • Civil Rights; Democratic Party; Illinois--Politics and Government; Illinois General Assembly--House; Independent Voters of Illinois; Lawyers; Political Conventions; Women--Rights; World War, 1939-1945
    • Rayson, an independent liberal member of the Illinois House of Representatives 1965-77, discusses his years in the General Assembly: his work with civil rights, public aid, and criminal law legislation; Illinois Family Study and Low Income Housing...
    • Bettag, Otto - Interview and Memoir

    • Cincinnati OH; Hospitals; Illinois--Politics and Government; Illinois Department of Public Welfare; Medicine; Mental Health; Physicians; Stratton, William G. (Governor, Illinois, 1953-1961); Tuberculosis
    • Dr. Bettag, former Director of the Illinois Department of Public Welfare, discusses his medical training and experiences combating tuberculosis; experiences at Cincinnati General Hospital and the Veterans' Administration at Hines, Illinois; and as...

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