Browse Items (1 total) Tags: Assistant Boys Secretary Browse All Browse by Tag Search Items Sort by: Title Creator Date Added Bob Strongman's Oral History This is the oral history of Bob Strongman. He was interviewed by Betty Turnell. The interview includes his career as a photographer for the Herald and Review. Tags: 35 ml film projector, aerial photography, algebra class, Assistant Boys Secretary, Assistant Sales Manager, background check, Betty Turnell, Bill Summer, boat races, Bob Hope's State Fair trip, Bob Strongman, Bread Salesman, Buckmeisters Grocery Store, changes at the Herald & Review, changes to photography, childhood, Coal Mines, Decatur Camera Club, Decatur Herald & Review, Decatur High School, Decatur IL, disasters, E.J. Muffley, Enterprise School District, freelance work, Governor Ogilvie, grammar class, Great Depression, Gunhill Johnson Crippled Children's Room, Harry Truman, horse plow, ice skating, ice wagon, industrial photography, interview, Kennedy Campaign, Lee Pigott, Lincoln School, Marietta School, mid-year graduate, Model T pickup truck, N. Union St., neighborhood grocery stores, one room school, oral history, Parkview Motel, Pfile's Camera Shop, photography, Piggly-Wiggly, polio, Presidential Candidate Whistle Stops, press credentials, processing, Pugh School, recess, recitation bench, recording, retirement, Richard Nixon, Roosevelt Junior High School, Russell Shaffer, Russian Missile Crisis, snow sled, street hockey, student-built boats, swim therapy, Tasty Bread, Truman's visit to Decatur, Truman's Whistle Stop, Victor Borge, weddings, Wooden Shoe Fire, YMCA, YMCA Boys Department Featured Item Photo of Winifred E. Johnson in uniform Herald and Review Library: Johnson, Winifred E., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ora Johnson, 1213 E. Sedgwick.