Browse Items (3 total) Tags: Art Class Browse All Browse by Tag Search Items Sort by: Title Creator Date Added Art Class and Art Exhibit Woodrow Wilson Junior High School. Woodrow Wilson Art Class and Art Exhibit Tags: Art Class, art exhibit, Bulletin Board, Dana Evans, Decatur IL., Decatur Public Schools, DPL#61, May 1962, Schools, Sketching, Woodrow Wilson Jr. High School Mrs. Horace B. Garman's Oral History (Ethel Garman) This is the oral history of Mrs. Horace B. Garman. She was interviewed by Betty Turnell on March 31, 1983. The interview includes her childhood and working at the YWCA. Tags: "Crystal Bird" Club, "Decoration Day", "Frolic", "stock company", 1983, African-American girls club, Al Jolson, Alice Evans, army wives, Art Class, Bachrach store, Barney Fulton, Bijou Theatre, Billy Sunday, block man, Bob Hope, bond sales drives, Camp Kiwanis, Carnegie Library, childhood, Christmas store, colored girls, Corn Carnival, cottages, Crystal Bird, Decatur IL, Decatur Public Library, Florence Love, Frank Curtis, Gastman School, Georgia Leaflet, Governor Oglesby Mansion, Great Depression, Greenwood Cemetery, Howard W. Schaub, interview, Jake Latham, Jane Hamand, Jane Hamilton, Kiwanis Club, Louis Nichol's candy store, March 1983, Marietta Street School, Miss Abel, Mrs. Alice Bering Evans, Mrs. James Millikin, new city dam, O.W. Smith, oral history, Powers Grand Opera House, Powers Grand Theatre, president, recording, Red Cross, renovated YWCA building, Roy Christy, Sam Malleous, social work, Study Class, vice-president, World War II, WWII, YWCA Photos of Millikin Homestead Interior and Art Class Photographs of the first floor hallway at the Millikin Homestead. Photograph of Cherubs on second floor landing. Photograph of ladies attending an art class at the Millikin Homestead. Tags: 1972, Art Class, Decatur IL., Herald and Review, Historic Landmarks, interior, Landmarks, Millikin Homestead Featured Item Photograph of 2501 E Logan St. Photograph of the house at 2501 E. Logan St. taken June 7, 1929. This house was owned by Harl V. Powell.