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    • St. Charles Heritage Center

    • Saint Charles (Ill.)--History
    • Also known as the St. Charles Historical Society and the St. Charles Heritage Center Museum. Includes photocopies of newspaper articles compiled by St. Charles Public Library staff, as well as copies of the publications, "The Charlemagne Gazette"...
    • The Living Museum vol. 27, no.  04; August, 1965

    • Art exhibitions -- 18th annual north Mississippi valley artists; Slender glass snake -- Ophisaurus attenuatus; Art exhibitions -- Sculpture -- Minerals; Plant galls; Museum exhibits
    • Art in the summer gallery; Slender glass snake; Minerals in modern art; Plant plus insect equals gall; August in the museum
    • The Living Museum vol. 23, no.  05; Sept., 1961

    • Sunflowers; Beetles; Art exhibitions -- Sculpture; Papaws; Caves -- Illinois -- Animal remains; Poison ivy -- Leaflets
    • Sunflower; 'and then came the beetles…'; Papaw, the northern custard apple; Lost animals of the death-trap cave; Poison ivy leaflet now available
    • The Living Museum vol. 28, no. 11; March, 1967

    • Art exhibitions -- Nature artists; Butterflies -- Mourning cloak; Excavations (Archaeology) -- Kentucky -- Salts Caves; Research grants -- Illinois State Academy of Science; Education -- The Clearing
    • Art from Nature's Realm; Butterfly in March: the mourning cloak; Archaeology by lamplight: an exploration of Salts Cave, Kentucky; Research grants available; Clearing, 1967
    • The Living Museum vol.  08, no.  02; June, 1946

    • Buzzards; Flint knapping; Art exhibitions -- Watercolors -- Mink, David; Art exhibitions -- Illinois colleges; Poison ivy; Art exhibitions -- Oil painting -- Abbot, Edith A.; Young birds
    • Buzzard country; Making of an arrowhead; One man show of painting by David Mink; Exhibition of college art; Poison ivy; Oil paintings by Edith R. Abbot; Hungry ones
    • The Living Museum vol.  06, no.  02; June, 1944

    • Wind -- North America; Prickly pear cacti -- Opuntia rafinesqii; Art exhibitions --handicrafts; Sea worms -- Nereids; Elephants; Museum exhibits -- Illinois archaeology; Museum exhibits -- Zoology; Museum exhibits -- Vanishing American birds
    • This is the wind; Prickly pears; Handicraft of the southern highlanders; Evening and the sea; Elephant parade
    • The Living Museum vol.  08, no. 10; February, 1947

    • Mills; Museums -- Acquisitions -- Ife head; Underground life; Lecture -- Weatherwax, Paul -- Indian corn; European starling; February -- Wildlife; Lecture -- Robinson, Karl -- China
    • Mill beside the river; People of Yorubaland; Garden underground; Bird of heaven; So much to see in February
    • 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
    • The Living Museum vol.  05, no. 12; April, 1944

    • Neo-greco architecture -- Illinois -- State capitols; Starfish -- Predator; Oyster -- Prey; People -- Southeast Europe; April -- Illinois; Museum employees -- War effort; Penicillin
    • Greek classic on the prairie; Starfish and the oyster; People of south-eastern Europe; April in the hills; Museum people in the armed services; Penicillin, the wonder drug
    • The Living Museum vol. 10, no. 11; March, 1949

    • Birds; Butterflies; Prehistoric Indians; Ice falls -- Illinois -- Starved Rock; Dutch elm disease -- Illinois; Museums -- Employees -- Meetings
    • What is a bird?; In March come butterflies; Forgotten people come to life; Ice falls; Elms and the moving finger
    • 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. 25, no.  02; June, 1963

    • Luna moth; Museums -- Employees -- Ridgely, Frances; Pond terrapin; Animal young; Indians of North America -- Trade beads; Museums -- Employees -- Eifert, Herman
    • Moth; Frances Ridgely retires; Pond terrapin; Nature's nurseries; Beads to charm the Indians; New curator of Education
    • The Living Museum vol. 26, no.  08; Dec., 1964

    • Snow; Junipers; Art exhibitions -- Handicrafts -- Illinois; Langford, George -- Obituary; Pleiades; Museums -- Employees -- Munyer, Edward; Museums -- Employees -- Ives, Glen
    • Stories in the snow; Juniper; Craftsmen of Illinois; George Langford; Staff notes
    • 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

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