Browse Items (2 total) Tags: Arcade Hotel Browse All Browse by Tag Search Items Sort by: Title Creator Date Added Charlotte Wait Holder' Oral History This is the oral history of Charlotte Wait Holder. She was interviewed by Betty Turnell on August 10, 1985. The interview includes her childhood and early Decatur. Tags: 14-room house, 815 W. Main St., Amusement Park, Arcade Hotel, automobile, Barn, Bermuda, Betty Turnell, Bicycle, Blue Book, Bob Hope, Buick, changes in Decatur, Charlotte Wait Holder, childhood, Citizens Building, clubhouse, Country Club, cruise ship, Decatur Club, Decatur High School, Decatur IL, department stores, Downtown, Dreamland Lake, Dreamland Park, England, Ethel Barrymore, Fairview Park, fashion, fire, Fishing Club, Florida, Ford Model T, France, Gebhart Store, golf, golf house, Gushards Store, high-top shoes, horse, Interurban station, interurbans, interview, Italy, Jerusalem, Lemonwood School, Lincoln Highway, Lincoln Theatre, Mary French School, Medira, men's club, merry-go-round, Miami FL, Michigan, New York, New York City, Ohio, oral history, Powers Opera House, Powers Theatre, private club, recording, road markers, roller coaster, Roosevelt Junior High School, ship, South Side Country Club, Southmoreland, Spain, stage plays, Stewarts Store, Streetcars, summer vacation, swimming lake, swimming pool, tennis court, tire blow outs, train, Transfer House, Wait-Cahill Wholesale Company, wholesale drug and notions store, winter vacation, Wood St. School Budd Florey Photograph of Budd Florey (d. 7/25/1916). Florey was a tinner by trade, and a member of Greer and Florey, who had a tin shop on N. Main St. next to the Arcade Hotel. The shop was destroyed in the Decatur Hotel and Arcade hotel fire, and the firm… Tags: 500 E. Marietta St., Arcade Hotel, biography, Budd Florey, Decatur Herald and Review, Decatur IL, Decatur lodges, East End Gallery, Greer and Florey, N. Main St., Photo File: Biography, tinner, Wabash Railroad Featured Item Photographs of the Public at the Carnegie Library Various photographs of the public enjoying the Carnegie Library.