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    • The Living Museum vol. 18, no.  09; January, 1957

    • Museum exhibits -- Clocks -- Hunter collection; Animal tracks; Art exhibitions -- Indonesian costume; Herbaria; Indians of North America -- Modoc rock shelter; Museums -- Educational aspects -- Science programs
    • What's o'clock?; Snow tracks; Art gallery for January; Herbarium grows and grows; Modoc calendar; Science adventure programs
    • The Living Museum vol. 29, no.  06; October, 1967

    • Art exhibitions -- Pen women; Museums -- Employees -- Irwin, Roderick R.; Museums -- Conferences; Archaeology -- Illinois -- Dickson Mounds; Archaeology -- Modoc Rock -- Illinois; Museums -- Educational aspects -- Programs; Museums -- Audio-visual
    • Pen women present October art show; Honorary curator of Lepidoptera added to museum staff; Museum staff members attend Midwest conference; New discoveries at Dickson Mounds; More about the Modoc rock shelter; Saturday morning adventure programs;...
    • The Living Museum vol. 64, no. 04;  winter, 2002-3

    • Museums -- Funding; Museums -- History -- Illinois State Museum Society; Art exhibitions -- Shoshannah; Hoffman, Susanna Siporin; Museum exhibits -- Calendar; Museums -- Travel tours
    • Illinois State Museum Society, 1952 - 2002: museum's partner celebrates its golden anniversary; Shoshannah; Museum calendar; Ruins, rugs, and rails: third ISMS southwestern tour
    • 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. 21, no.  09; Jan., 1960

    • River ice; Rodents; Starlings; Bobwhites; Insects -- Winter; Art exhibitions -- Thalinger, E. Oscar -- Oil paintings; Museums -- Publications -- Modoc Rock Shelter
    • Hard water; Of mice and moles, and bats and rats; Starling on the chimney; Bobwhites calling; winter insects; Art gallery for January; Report on Modoc Rock Shelter
    • The Living Museum vol. 18, no.  02; June, 1956

    • Sumac -- Rhus glabra; Franklin ground squirrel -- Illinois; Art exhibitions -- Antique glass -- Johnson, Justus, Mrs.; Bird nests -- Killdeer; Archaeological report -- Modoc rock shelter; Museums -- Employees -- Deuel, Thorne; Musuems -- Employees...
    • Sumac in the world of June; Western squirrel in Illinois; Art gallery in June; Staff notes; Killdeer's nest; Report on Modoc rock shelter
    • The Living Museum vol. 29, no. 12; April, 1968

    • 19th century architecture -- Illinois; Bird watching -- Guidebooks -- Eifert, Virginia; Index -- volume 29; Museums -- Employees -- Shields, Wayne; Art exhibitions -- Calendar; Geology -- Field trips
    • Buildings in a wilderness; 'Birds in your backyard' revised; Index -- volume 29; New assistant curator of anthropology; Museum art gallery in May
    • 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. 33, no. 02; March - April, 1971

    • Cattle egrets -- Illinois; Ogilvie, Richard Buell -- Inauguration; Haeger Pottery -- Illinois; Colt firearms; Land settlement patterns -- Prehistoric era -- Sangamon River valley; Archaeological surveying -- Illinois; Art exhibitions -- McMahon,...
    • Cattle egrets; Franklin McMahon: Impressions of an inauguration; Haeger Pottery: one hundred years at Dundee; Colt dragoon for the Museum's collection; Prehistory in the lower Sangamon River drainage; Staff notes; New publications; Staff notes
    • The Living Museum vol. 35, no. 03; May - June, 1973

    • Indians of North America -- Navajo blankets; Art exhibitions -- Metal sculpture -- Burlini, Joseph; Museums -- Publications -- Archaeology; Bluegill; Museum exhibits -- Mastodon; Museums -- Employees; Museums -- Publications -- Living Museum --...
    • 19th century Navajo blankets; Circus wagons by Burlini; New publications; Nesting bluegill; Museum's new mastodon; Staff notes; May-June issue smaller; July-August special issue; 26th Illinois invitational; Archaeological sites of Illinois in...
    • The Living Museum vol. 18, no. 12; April, 1957

    • Dogwoods; Piasa bird -- Indians of North America; Herbaria -- Plant preparation; Art exhibitions -- Bell, Enid -- Elias, Harold -- Gasser, Henry; Exhibitions -- Traveling -- Schoolroom progress U.S.A.; Museums -- Research -- Indian sites; Index --...
    • Dogwood design; 'Piasa bird: fact of fiction!'; Plants that bloom on paper; Art gallery in April; 'Schoolroom progress U.S.A.'; Records of Indians sites in Illinois; index -- volume 18
    • The Living Museum vol. 19, no.  06; Oct., 1957

    • Migration -- Modoc people -- North America; Indians of North America -- Buffalo hunt; Art exhibitions Kikuchi, Atsushi; Dawn redwood -- Metasequoia glypto stroboides -- Illinois; Museum exhibits -- Historic Illinois; Museum exhibits -- Man and the...
    • Search for food; Buffalo hunt; Art gallery; Dawn redwood -- Illinois; Fish, corn, and lead; Man and the wild
    • Captain Jack the Modoc Chieftain

    • Indigenous peoples
    • A picture of Captain Jack the Modoc Chieftain. He was located in the Oregon and California country where he allied himself with some of the desperate characters of that region. On April 11, 1873, Captain Jack, Black Jim, Nasty Jim, Ellens Man, and...
    • The Living Museum vol. 19, no.  09; Jan., 1958

    • Great horned owl; Museums -- Publications -- Ferry site; Swans -- Audubon, John James; Art exhibitions -- Artists of the southwest; English ivy
    • 'Eagle-owl'; Ferry site; 'Leaves and stems from fossil forests; Audubon and the wild swans; Art gallery in January; English ivy
    • The Living Museum vol. 21, no. 10; Feb., 1960

    • Gulls; White-footed mouse; Art exhibitions -- Leighton, Clare -- Wood engravings; Museums -- Employees -- Wittry, Warren; Museums -- Publications -- Flora; Museums -- Educational aspects -- Programs
    • Gulls; White-footed mouse; Art gallery in February; Staff notes; Publication exhibit; Flora of southern Illinois; Saturday morning adventure program
    • 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. 20, no.  04; August, 1958

    • Art exhibitions -- 12th north Mississippi valley artists; Swamp rabbit; Indians of North America -- Prehistoric; Museums -- Publications -- Indian villages; Vertebrate nomenclature
    • Twelfth North Mississippi Valley artists exhibit; Swamp rabbit; Prehistoric Indians of the Midwest; Type localities of vertebrate animals in Illinois
    • The Living Museum vol. 23, no.  04; Aug., 1961

    • Inky-cap mushrooms; Mink; Crayfish; Predation; Art exhibitions -- Pottery; River mud; Excavations (Archaeology) -- Illinois; Dawn -- Essay
    • Ink-makers; Mink and the crayfish; art gallery in August; Mud shore; Exploration in Illinois; 'Infinite expectation of the dawn'
    • WRA, a story of human conservation

    • United States. War Relocation Authority; Concentration camps--United States; Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945
    • This volume, containing a comprehensive view of the program in its entirety, is the final report of the Director of the War Relocation Authority.
    • The Living Museum vol. 46, no. 05, 1984

    • Museum employees; Annual reports; Museums -- Annual reports
    • Introduction; Scientific sections; Art section; Exhibits, education, and technical services; Dickson Mounds Museum; Illinois State Museum Society; Staff; Donors; Volunteers; Acquisitions; Museum publications; Staff publications; Technical reports;...
    • 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. 46, no. 04; Fall, 1984

    • Dragonflies -- Illinois; Birds -- Panama; Art -- Acquisitions; Indians of North America -- Medicine; Index -- volume 46; Museum exhibits -- Calendar
    • Stalking the common dragonflies of Illinois; Birds in the Panamanian forests; Early medicine; Index volumes 45 and 46; Calendar
    • The Living Museum vol. 17, no. 10; February, 1956

    • Museum exhibits -- Indians of North America; Museums -- Employees -- Fuller, George D. -- Retirement; Art exhibitions -- West African art -- Bascom, William; Art exhibitions -- National League of American Pen Women; Museums -- Employees --...
    • Indians are back; Dr. Fuller retires; 'Vascular plants of Illinois'; West African art on display; Hunter gallery; Art gallery in February; Appointed secretary-treasurer of conference; Museum news and notes
    • Final report, Japanese evacuation from the West coast, 1942

    • World War, 1939-1945--Evacuation of civilians; Japanese--United States--Relocation; World War, 1939-1945--United States; Forced migration--United States; Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945
    • This volume is a comprehensive look at the evacuation of persons of Japanese ancestry from West Coast areas, carried out by the United States Army in the spring of 1942. Considerations that led to the evacuation and the mechanics of the evacuation...
    • 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. 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. 18, no.  04; August, 1956

    • Weather -- Illinois; Hop tree -- Ostrya virginiana; Dolls -- Collectors and collecting -- Conant, May B.; Museums -- Employees -- Connolly, Jerome; Chicory -- Cichorium intybus; Screech owls; Museum techniques -- Taxidermy
    • Greatest show on earth; Tree with hops; Dolls, dolls, dolls!; 'Chicory blue'; Assault in the night; Eyes in the museum
    • The Living Museum vol. 21, no.  03; July, 1959

    • Indians of North America -- Illinois -- Hopewell culture -- Raven pipe; Velvet ants; Wilderness -- Potentilla anseria -- Silvery cinquefoil; Art exhibitions -- 13th north Mississippi valley artists; Museums -- Acquisitions -- Archaeology -- Young,...
    • Raven pipe; Dasymutilla, the velvet ant; Mid-continent wilderness; 'Nail down the sand'; Art gallery in July; Archaeological gift to the museum; Staff notes
    • The Living Museum vol. 62, no. 03, 2000

    • Museums -- research; Natural history -- study and teaching; Museums - acquisitions; Coen, Eleanor; Kahn, Max; Hoff, Margo; Florsheim, Richard; Museum exhibits -- calendar
    • Landscape history at the Illinois State Museum; Art additions; Museum calendar
    • The Living Museum Vol. 67, no. 01; Spring, 2005

    • Photography --Illinois; History -- Illinois; Rock formations -- Illinois -- Randolph county; Barbeau, Jean Baptiste; Sadorus, Frank -- photographer; Photography -- United States -- Twentieth century; Museum exhibits -- calendar
    • Our historic vision has long been enhanced by photography - where are we heading now?; Bluff at Barbeau Creek; Times & legacy of Frank Sadorus; Life through the lens: the photographs of Frank Sadorus; Spring 2005 Museum Exhibitions
    • The Living Museum vol. 33, no. 06; Nov. - Dec., 1971

    • Museums -- Christmas; Art exhibitions -- Watercolors -- United States; Bird populations -- Illinois bird count; Artists -- Illinois -- 19th century; Museums -- publications -- Archaeology; Index -- volume 33; Museum exhibits -- State flag; Museums...
    • Christmas Message; Art Gallery Notes; Christmas bird count; Painters and sculptors in Illinois, 1820 - 1945; New scientific publications; Index -- volume 33; Have you seen this exhibits?; Tom Nitz, Dickson Mounds artist; Staff notes

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