Browse Items (2 total) Tags: Fred Mueller Browse All Browse by Tag Search Items Sort by: Title Creator Date Added A.G. Webber III's Oral History: Mueller Story This is the oral history of A.G. Webber III. He was interviewed by Betty Turnell in 1982. This interview covers the history of the Mueller Company. Tags: "Lost 40", "Old Black Joe", "The Mueller Story", 1982, A.G. Webber, A.G. Webber III, Adolf Mueller, apprentice, Benito Mussolini, Betty Turnell, Canada, Chamber of Commerce trip, counsel for Mueller Co., Decatur IL, Division of labor, double desks, Duke Mueller, employee recreation, Everett Mueller, Frank Mueller, Fred Mueller, gardening, gas piping, grandfather, Great Depression, gun shop, Henry Mueller, Hieronymus Mueller, hiking club, immigrant, interview, Inventions, Jack Banton, judge, lawyer, machinist, Millikin Place, Mueller Company, Mueller factory, Mueller lawyer, Mueller Lodge, Mueller Picnic, Mueller village, office space, oral history, Oscar Mueller, patents, pay phone, Phillip Mueller, Plant, Port Huron MI, prairie forest, Public Relations, railroading, recording, Robert Mueller, Rockford IL, Rome Italy, sales, Sarni Ontario, South Shores, straw hat, tomatoes Photo of Mueller Family taken in 1905. Photograph of the Mueller Family taken in 1905. Top Row; L-R: Clara, daughter of Philip; Adolph; Robert; Robert Jr.;, son of Philip; Oscar; Fred; Frank; Frank W. Cruikshank; Leda, daughter of Philip; Philip; Phillis, daughter of Philip; Henry and… Tags: Adolph Mueller, Bernhardt Mueller, Business, Charlotte Mueller, Clarence Mueller, Decatur IL., Ebert Mueller, Everett Mueller, Foundry, Frances Josephine Cruikshank, Frank Cruikshank, Frank Mueller, Fred Mueller, Henry Mueller, Hieronymus Mueller, Leda Mueller Cruikshank, Lenore Mueller, Lucian Mueller, Manufacturing, Mueller Co., Oscar Mueller, Philip Mueller, Phillip Cruikshank, Phillis Mueller, Robert Mueller, Robert Mueller Jr., Vandeventer Studio Featured Item Photograph of Illinois Central R. R. Postcards Photographs of Illinois Central R. R. postcards located in Decatur IL. Postmarked 1909.