Browse Items (2 total) Tags: Harristown IL Browse All Browse by Tag Search Items Sort by: Title Creator Date Added Donald Muirhead's Oral History This is the oral history of Donald Muirhead. He was interviewed by Betty Turnell November 11, 1985. The interview includes his childhood, changes to farming, and his volunteerism. Tags: 1985, A.E. Staley, Betty Turnell, blood bank, Blue Mound IL, changes to farming, childhood, Clinton IL, consolidated high schools, Decatur IL, Decatur Public Library, Donald Muirhead, Dr. Herbert Bavor, Elwin-Mt. Zion black-top, expansion of airport, family life, farmer, Farmers for Adlai, Harristown IL, IL, Illinois Association of County Officials, interview, Long Creek Township, Louise Mueller, Macon County Board of Supervisors, November 1985, oral history, pro rata cost, recording, Red Cross, retirement, rural electrification, school, soybeans, Staley Company, State Board of Education, tornado, Volunteer, Wapella Mrs. Robert D. (Mary Elizabeth Stookey) Owen's Oral History This is the oral history of Mrs. Robert D. Owen (Mary Elizabeth Stookey). She was interviewed by Betty Turnell in June 1980. The interview focuses on her time at Millikin University. Tags: 1980, alum auditing plan, Army, Art History, Betty Turnell, blue beanie, Children, Conant Society, conservatory, Decatur IL, Dr. Bert C. Bach, Dr. Flora Ross, Dr. Mardock, Dr. Provan, dress code and attitude changes, Elizabethan Study, English Department, English major, Gorin Library, grade school, Great Depression, Harristown IL, interview, June 1980, lawyer, Mary Elizabeth Stookey, Millikin University, Miss Bonnie Blackburn, Miss Davida McCaslin, Mr. Grover Patton, Mrs. Cordulack, Mrs. Robert D. Owen, needlework, oral history, piano lessons, President's office, Professor A.T. Mills, Purity Baking Company scholarship, recording, Robert D. Owen, Students, teaching, tennis team, The Mill, University of Illinois scholarship, World War II, WWII Featured Item Photograph from the Halloween Parade in 1953 Photograph of children dressed in costumes from the Halloween Parade in 1953.