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- Tags: Korean War
Tags: "live line" truck, 1986, August 1986, Betty Turnell, Bill Cecil, boating, cable television, cameras, Carl Hickerson, Carlinville IL, changes to broadcasting, changes to meteorology, Channel 17, childhood, Decatur Celebration, Decatur IL, Decatur Public Library, Don Foreman, government weather observer, interview, J. Giles, Korean War, Lake Decatur, Lakeview High School, lights, live broadcasts, live commercials, Loren Boatman, MacArthur High School, master's degree, meteorologist, Meteorology, microphones, microwave dishes, Navy Indiana State Teacher's College, Northwestern Midshipman School, Northwestern University, oral history, Pacific Ocean, photography, piano, recording, Southern Illinois University, Teacher, Television, travelling, University of Illinois, WAND
Tags: "Blues for Mr. Charlie", "The Rivals", 1980, acting, actor, actors, Albert Taylor Hall, Betty Turnell, Bill Miller, Chairman of department, Chicago IL, Classics, criticism, Dr. Jere Mickel, Episcopal Church, Ford Foundation, Four Year College, G.I. influx, Gianni Schecchi, golden anniversary, Goodman Theatre, Great Depression, Greek, Humanities, interview, Korean War, L.C. McNabb, Latin, Little Theatre Guild, low pay scale, Madame Butterfly, Masonic Temple, May 1980, Millikin University, Mr. Hutchin's Experimental College, Mr. Norville, Mrs. Edith McNabb, oral history, Pandora Players, Peru NE, Ph.D in Theatre and English, Ph.D., plays, prejudice, Professor, Professor of Speech, Radio, recording, retirement pension, Robert Maynard Hutchins, School of Theatre, show business, Sir Anthony, speech, speech training, talking pictures, teaching, telecourse, Texas State College for Women, University of Chicago, University of Montana
Tags: "para-archaeologist", 1984, archaeological surveys, archaeology, Betty Turnell, Bob Hall, Bruce McMillan, Buses, C.G. Holland, Civil War Roundtable, community transportation, construction business, County Board of Supervisors, cultural interpreter, Decatur High School, Decatur IL, environmentalism, Florence White, Fort Daniel Regional Park, Friends Creek Regional Park, G.I. Bill, Great Depression, Griswold Conservation area, Illinois State Museum, impersonation, interpretive naturalist, interview, January 1984, Korean War, letter for gasoline, Longbons Roofing and Sheet Metal Company, Macon County Conservation District, Macon County Historical Society, Melody Arnold, Millikin University, Navy, Norman Greenberg, Oakley Reservoir, oral history, pre-historic Indian sites, R. Lee Slider, recording, Rock Springs, Rock Springs Center for Environmental Discovery, Rommel's African Corps, ROTC, Sand Creek Reservation, Smithsonian Institute, The Illinois Conservation Act, Trobaugh log house, vice-president, war trophies, World War II
Tags: 1985, Aging Advisory Commission, Betty Turnell, Bible school, brain surgery, Construction Battalion, Decatur IL, Decatur Senior Citizen Council, Donald Oppedal, early life, emergency appendectomy, emergency caesarean, family life., German Submarine Alley, Great Lakes Naval Base, Jacksonville FL, Jim Crow law, Korean War, Lake Shore Naval Reserve Center, landing ship tank, Master Chief Hospital Corpsman, May 1985, medical assistant, mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, Naval Air Force, Office on Aging, Ombudsman for nursing homes, one-room school, oral history, Oran Algeria, racial relations, recording, retired, Sea Bees, St. Albans NY, Stanhope IA, surgical assistant, US Navy, Vietnam War, World War II
Herald and Review Library: Taylor, Major Aubrey D. Decatur, IL.