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- Tags: 1930
Ground Breaking St. Teresa H. S., St. Teresa Academy, Convent Building, and Auditorium Spectators at First Basketball Game in 1956.
Photograph of Nun breaking ground for new high school. Photographs of St. Teresa Academy, Convent, High School, Auditorium first basketball game.
Wabash Railroad Steam Engine
This is the glass negative of a Wabash Railroad steam engine. The photo was taken by Charles Wasson for the Decatur Herald & Review in Decatur, IL in 1930.
Photograph taken at the Millikin University Library Ground Breaking
Photograph taken at the Millikin University library ground breaking on November 6th, 1930. Left to right: Rev. E.W. Clippinger, REv. G.A. Papperman, Dr. S.E. McClelland, O.B. Gorin, J.P. Gorin, A.M. Waggoner, Miss Eugenia Allin, Dr. J.H. White.
Tags: 1930, A.M. Waggoner, Allin, Clippinger, Decatur IL, E.W. Clippinger, Eugenia Allin, G.A. Papperman, Gorin, Ground Breaking, Groundbreaking, Herald and Review, J.H. White, J.P. Gorin, library, McClelland, Millikin, Millikin Unversity, O.B. Gorin, Papperman, Photo File: Schools, S.E. McClelland, school, Schools, Seitz, Seitz Studio, Universities, University, Waggoner, White
Photograph of Mary W. French School
Photograph of Mary W. French school taken in 1930.
Photograph of the Wabash R.R. Blacksmith Shop Employees
Photograph of the Wabash R.R. blacksmith shop employees at the car depot taken on April 4, 1930.
Photographs of the Bookmobiles.
Various photographs of the library's bookmobiles.
Photographs from Decatur Memorial Hospital from the 1930's
Various photographs from the 1930's of patients, doctors, nurses and equipment from Decatur Memorial Hospital.
Photographs from the Old Settlers Reunion
Photographs from several Old Settlers Association Reunions in Fairview Park taken in 1911, 1917, 1930 and 1935.
Photo of Rev. Homer Tanner
Photograph Rev. Homer Tanner (born 10/12/1884; died 6/12/1948) married Mary Etta Bonham, 1907; superintendent of the Decatur area of Free Methodist Churches, retired in 1944. (Information from clips). Photo ran 4/6/1930.
Mark H. "Smiley" McEvoy
Photograph of Mark H. "Smiley" McEvoy, (b. 2/4/1878, d. 11/9/1932). He was Deputy County Clerk 25 years, 1907-1932. Republican precinct committeeman for 34th District over 20 years. Charter member Knights of Columbus and member St. Patrick's Catholic…
Floyd Fisk - U.S. Army Uniform
This is the glass negative of Floyd Fisk in his U.S. Army uniform. The photo was taken by Charles Wasson of Wasson Studios of Decatur, IL around…