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- Tags: 1928
Photos of Newspaper Carriers in Clinton and Decatur, IL.
Tags: 1928, 6/2/1928, Alden Brewer, Business, Clinton IL, Corwin Samuel, Dean LaMon, Decatur Daily Review, Dist. Mgr., Earl Knowles, Henry Hoback, Homer Dooley, Leo Doty, Lewis Hartten, Newspaper Carriers, Newspapers, Paul Oglesby, Robert Miller, Russell Rainey, Warren Shaffer, Willie Dooley, Willie Wright
Photo of College Inn Restaurant
William Henry Hibbs biographical information, obituary January 5, 1928, and marriage announcement with no date.
The marriage announcement states that Martha Annie Holbrook aged 45 of Decatur was married to Mr. Hibbs by justice of the peace J. H. McCoy in his court. This was the second…
Tags: 1852, 1928, 75 years old, Amanda Jones, August 16, burial, carpenter, Court, Decatur and Macon County Hospital, Decatur IL, First Methodist Church, funeral directors, Henry P. Hibbs, Hibbs Personal Papers, J. H. McCoy, January 5, John England, John F. Hibbs, Justice of the Peace, Lou Hurd, Marriage Announcement, Martha Annie Holbrok, Moran and Sons, Nellie Hibbs, Obituary, Petersburg IL, second marriage, stroke, William Henry Hibbs
Photograph of the Carnegie Library Staff of 1928
Photographs of Old Volunteer Firefighters Reunion
Tags: 1928, 1931, 1932, Decatur IL, fire, Fire Department, Firefighter, Firemen, Photo File: Fire Department, picnic, reunion, Volunteers
Photo of the Whistle Lunch Car
William A. Wallender
Adolph A. Sigfried
Tags: 1928, 300 Block N. Water St., 32nd Degree Mason, Adolph A. Sigfried, Al Jolson, Ansar Shrine, biography, Broadway, Decatur Elks, Decatur IL., Dixie Harris, Empress Theater, Frank Tinney, Great Lakes Theaters Chain, Herald and Review, International Stereograph Co., Mason, Nickel Bijou, Orpheum Circuit, Photo File: Biography, Sophie Tucker, The Man With a Hundred Faces, Vaudeville Actor
W. A. McDaniel
Silas T. Lowry
Photos of the Labor Day Parade
Photograph of float at the Labor Parade, 1946. Photograph of Marching Band Labor Day Parade, 1940. Photograph of Horse Show, Labor Day, 9/3/1946.