in Springfield: (Univ. of Chicago Pr. in Chicago) .
Written in English
|Statement||Illinois State Museum. By A. R. Crook.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||XX, 294 S :|
|Number of Pages||294|
Illinois State Museum. Guide to the mineral collections in the Illinois state museum. Springfield, Ill. (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: A R Crook; Illinois State Museum. Metropolitan Museum. Top NASA Images Solar System Collection Ames Research Center. Brooklyn Museum. Full text of "Guide to the mineral collections in the Illinois state museum". texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency Library. Top American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. Open Library. Full text of "Guide to the mineral collections in the Illinois State Museum" See other formats.
Rock and Mineral Collections. Keeping good records is an important part of building a rock and mineral collection. All specimens should be labeled with basic descriptive information. As your collection grows, you may want to consider setting up a system of cataloging: For permissions information, contact the Illinois State Geological Survey. The Museum has one of the largest collections of Illinois flora in the state. Geology The geology collection contains over ,00 specimens, including 60 type and figured invertebrates, 6 fish types, and over type and figured plant fossils. History The history collections include interdisciplinary collections that cut across the departments. The Illinois State Museum has an active publishing program that serves a wide audience, from scholars and researchers to the general public. Among our publications are: Nontechnical, popular-science books on natural history, archaeology, and anthropology; Handbooks of collections that provide descriptive accounts of the ISM collections. Illinois' heritage collections are at risk! Illinois heritage collections include irreplaceable works of art, artifacts, historical objects, books, documents, maps, photographs, audio and video tapes, digital records, and scientific specimens that document our state's unique cultural and natural heritage. Many of these objects are at risk from.
The Illinois State Museum inspires exploration of Illinois' past and present to inform and enrich everyday life and to promote stewardship of cultural and natural resources for the future. The Museum's extensive collections and research activities provide the foundation for exhibitions and public programs that tell the story of the land, life. The Illinois State Museum maintains collections of art, history, anthropology, and natural history which are critical resources to its education, research, publication, and exhibition programs. The geographical focus is the Midwestern U.S. with an emphasis on Illinois. The significance of the biological and geologica l collections resulted in. From a collection of minerals once owned by Thomas Edison to a billion-year-old meteorite you can hold in the palm of your hand, eons of geological history are on display at Wayne State University’s new Geology Mineral Museum — the first of its kind in Detroit. Mineral Collections in the American Midwest by Terry Huizing & Wendell Wilson (Eds.) Mineral Collections in the American Midwest, published as a supplement to the July-August issue of the Mineralogical Record, gives an exciting look at mineral specimens in the collections of 46 private individuals and four museums in the states of the American Midwest.