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- Tags: Football
Tags: athlete, Baseball, c. 1914, Charles Wasson, Charles Wasson Photo Collection, coach, Decatur IL, Football, Fred Long, Fred T. Long, Fred Thomas Long, Freshman, Glass Negative, man, Millikin University, negative, Negro National League, student, Texas, University, Wasson Studios, World War I, WWI
Tags: 1985, 250 W. Prairie Ave., 4F, Albany Medical College, Bank Moritorium, Baseball, Bedford IN, Betty Turnell, bond salesman, Brigadier General Albert Decatur Kniskern, business courses, changes in banking, Chicago IL, Chief Surgeon, childhood, Cincinnati OH, city planning commission, Decatur IL, draft, estate work, Everett Mueller, family history, February 1985, Football, Great Depression, Halsey-Stuart and Company, Henry W. Waggoner, interview, J.C. Hostetler, John Hancock Life, Joseph C. Hostetler, law school, Liberal Arts College, Mayor, Middle States School of Banking, Millikin National Bank, Millikin University, Minnie I. Waggoner, Miss S.E. Kenney, modern banking, Monaham foreclosures, Mueller Company, National Life of Vermont, neighborhood, Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company, Northwestern University, oral history, Prudential Insurance Company of America, Quartermaser General's Packing House Division, recording, Robert B. Hostetler, suppurating ear, Susan May Newland, Union College, University of Illinois, University of Minnesota, University of Wisconsin, Wabash Railroad, William B. Hostetler, World War I, WWI, Zone 7 Supply Depot Quartermaster Corps
Tags: "Iron Man" Joe McGinnity, 1983, A.E. Staley Manufacturing Company, A.E. Staley Sr., Baseball, Betty Turnell, Boy Scout camp, Charlie Dressen, Chicago Bears, corn starch, cream corn starch, David Satterfield, Decatur IL, Decatur Memorial Hospital, Decatur Staleys, DMH, fabric softener, Football, George Halas, interview, January 1983, Lake Decatur, Millikin University, oral history, recording, soybeans, Sta-Puff laundry, Staley Bears, Staley building, Staley Company, Staley Library, Staley Pancake Syrup, staley swimming pool, Staley teams, Staley Viaduct, Staley wing, Wagner fruit drinks, YMCA
Tags: 1990, Amherst Hardy, amphibian forces, assembly plants, Associated Press A-Wire, Barracks, bill collector, Blue Book, Bob Barracks, Bob Yoder, Buryl Engleman, Buses, carnivals, CCC Camp, changes to Decatur, Circus, city hall, Civilian Concentration Corp, Comet automobile, David Felts, Decatur Herald and Review, Decatur High School, Decatur IL, Decatur Public Library, Dennis School, destroyer tender repair ship, English major, Espirito Santo, February 1990, flash signals, Football, Forrest Kyle, Great Depression, H. Allen Smith, ham radio, hospital evacuation ship, Howard Millard, interurban line, interview, Jane Lee, Japan, Jeffry automobile, Jitney buses, John Stacey hanging, Kennedy Assassination, Kintner Gymnasium, Layah Riggs, Lincoln Theater, Millikin University, Morse code, Moweaqua coal mine collapse, Mr. Lindsay, Navy, newsboys, newspaper plant, old courthouse, oral history, Otto Kyle, Pan-American automobile, Paul Aird, police beat, prize fights, Prohibition, PWA, radio man, recording, reporter, Robert Williams, Roosevelt Junior High School, Roosevelt New Deal Program, Sam Tucker, SATC, Shellabarger Building, short wave radio, Streetcars, Student Army Training Corps, telegraph reporter, trip to Maine, vaccinating pigs, Veterinarian, wooden block pavement, World War I, World War II, WPA, WWI, WWII
Tags: 1920, Adins, Blacklock, Business, Clark, Decatur IL., Drssen, Feitchinger, Football, Gepford, Grain Companies, Halas, High, Ingwersen, Johnson, Jones, Koehler, Lanum, Lotshaw, Mac Wherter, May, Mintun, Pearc, Petty, Photo File: Business, Shank, Staley Bears, Staley Manufacturing, Sternaman, Trafton, Veach, Young
This is the statistical report for March 1971.