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    • The Living Museum vol.  09, no.  02; June, 1947

    • Summer; Bird nests -- Swallows; Forage crops; Rock formation -- United States -- New Hampshire; Plants -- Collectors and collecting -- Illinois State museum; Art exhibitions -- Paintings -- Sargent, Paul
    • Rare day; Nest in the barn; June is a clover field; Old Stony; Plant collectors; Summer gallery
    • The Living Museum vol. 37, no. 03; May - June, 1975

    • Flowering plants -- Marsh marigolds --Illinois; Art exhibitions -- Ginzel, Roland; Museums -- Acquisitions -- Steinhauer. E.F.; Prehistoric peoples -- Illinois -- Capital Airport site; Art exhibitions -- Children; Museums -- Publications -- Awards...
    • Golden flowers of the marshlands; Paintings by Roland Ginzel; Steinhauer bird collection; Archaic Indians occupied backyard of Capital Airport; Art K-12; Museum curator's book wins recognition; Betty Madden honored; Richard Leary honored by Science...
    • The Living Museum vol. 56, no. 04; Winter, 1994-95

    • Archaeology -- Russia; Exhibition techniques -- preparators; Quilts -- Illinois -- 1933 World's Fair; Geology -- plants, fossil -- Czech Republic; Museum exhibits -- furniture design -- students; Museum publications -- excerpts; Museum exhibits --...
    • Quiet flows the Nepryadva: archaeology in Russia's Upper Don Basin; Museum preparators: a noted legacy; Patchwork souvenirs: quilts from the 1933 world's fair; Czech Connection: fossil plants bridge the gap; Seats of our future; Living in the past;...
    • The Living Museum vol.  02, no.  05; September, 1940

    • Museum exhibits -- Dioramas -- Egyptian scribe; Museum -- Publication -- Janssen, Raymond E.; Museum visitors -- Numbers; Harp -- Africa; Towns -- Illinois; Woodland paths; Fossil plants -- Reconstruction; Excavation (Archaeology) -- Illinois;...
    • Museum announces a new book; Story of a harp; Towns that minerals built; Along the woodland path, no. 5; Reconstruction of a fossil plant; Records of the past; Turn of the tide; Art gallery program for 1940-41
    • The Living Museum vol. 07, no.  09; Jan., 1946

    • Museum techniques -- Dioramas -- Marchand, Paul; Naturalists; Sycamores; Sundials; Art exhibitions -- Watercolors -- Grossenheider, William Philip -- Southwest Pacific; Art exhibitions -- Illustrations -- Wilson, Edward A.
    • Wizard of the woods; Plant explorers; Sycamores; Clock; Art gallery in January
    • The Living Museum vol. 41, no. 02; Spring, 1979

    • Museums -- Worthen, Amos Henry; Art -- Acquisitions; Museums -- Buildings; Archaeology -- East Africa; Museum exhibits -- Calendar; Landscape history-- Illinois; Indians of North America -- Baskets -- Condell, Thomas; Museum publications --...
    • Amos Henry Worthen: a brief history; From zoisite to Zinjanthropus, part one; Calendar; Art: recent acquisitions; New art galleries open; Illinois landscape: now and then; Condell basket collection; Field study tours
    • The Living Museum vol. 24, no.  03; July, 1962

    • Birds -- North America -- Lewis and Clark Expedition; Archaeology -- Use of astronomy; Museums -- Employees -- Flynn, Alice -- Obituary; Waves; Museum buildings -- Old museum; Museums -- Employees -- Wittry, Warren L.
    • New birds for Mr. Jefferson; Stars, Clay, and men; Mrs. Alice A. Flynn; Wave; Last chance; Warren L. Wittry becomes assistant director at Cranbrook
    • The Living Museum vol. 49, no. 02, 03, 1987

    • Coal -- Illinois; Sullins, Maurice Legrand; Fossils -- Tully monster; Museum employees -- obituary -- Thompson, Milton; Museum exhibits -- Illinois River; Archaeology -- Illinois prairie; Museum exhibits -- calendar; Art -- acquisitions --...
    • Coal: buried treasure in Illinois; Maurice Sullins: outsider artist; Tully monster: mystery animal of Illinois; Dr. Milton D. Thompson, 1908-1987; Harvesting the river: a history of a river and its resources; Prairie archaeology
    • Hall 67 looking southwest. Specimens of Norwegian and French marbles

    • Field Columbian Museum. "Here are exhibited about 350 specimens of the best known varieties of American, French, Italian, Greek and Norwegian marbles, together with serpentines, onyx and granitoid rocks adapted to ornamental uses. So far as...
    • Hall 67 looking southwest. Specimens of Norwegian and French marbles in wood and glass cases and building stones. Radiator and bench. Sign for "West Dome" visible. Geology exhibit. Field Columbian Museum
    • The Living Museum vol. 18, no.  08; December, 1956

    • Bird migration -- Food; Fort de Chartres; Museum techniques -- Restoration -- Banner stones; Art exhibitions -- Watercolor -- Ohio watercolor society; Museum associations -- Midwest Museums; Collectors and collecting -- Rexroat, Rollo; Museums --...
    • Meal in winter; 'All roads lead to Fort de Chartres!; Skill of a museum artist; Art gallery in December; 'To praise out loud-'; Collecting with a purpose; Staff notes
    • The Living Museum vol. 46, no. 03; Summer, 1984

    • Earthquakes -- North America -- Mississippi River; Museums -- Membership; Caves; Fossils -- Medullosa; Thecla, Julia; Museum exhibits -- Calendar; Museums -- Travel -- Chicago
    • Quakes along the Mississippi; Underground world of caves; Medullosa: fern of the coal age; Julia Thecla: early Chicago realist; Calendar; Haunting experience
    • 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. 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

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