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Photograph of 1310 W. Wood St.

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Photograph of 1310 W. Wood St. This house was built in 1908 by Dr. A.R. Taylor, former president of Millikin University. In 1913 it was sold to the Kappa Delta Chi fraternity and later occupied by Sigma Alpha Epsilon when the two fraternities merged.…

Photograph of 1305 W. Main St.

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Photograph of 1305 W. Main St. This house was built by Joseph M. Brownback in 1906 or 1907. In 1937 it was bought by Robert H. Mueller, Jr. who sold it in May 1946 to the Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority of Millikin University.

Photographs from the Millikin-McRoberts Building Fire

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Photographs from the February 24, 1910 fire at the Millikin-McRoberts Building located at N. Franklin. The origin of the fire seemed to be near the elevator shaft, but the exact cause of the fire was unknown. The estimated loss of the building was…

George A. Stadler and Judge W. C. Johns

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Photograph of George A. Stadler and fellow golfer ready to tee-off. George A. Stadler; (died 5/25/1935). Former Decatur mayor and prominent business man. He came to Decatur in 1890 and became a member of the firs, Young Bros. and Maris, wholesale…

Photo Of Macon County, IL. Draftees in Front of the Courthouse.

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Herald and Review Library: Photo of Macon County, IL. Draftees; Article on back of photo; "Before beginning a march from the county building to the armory, the 108 draftees who left for Chicago early today posed for a photograph. The draftees…

Photo of Lt. Elmer H. Morenz in uniform

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Herald and Review Library: Morenz, Lt. Elmer H., Article on back of photo; Second Lieut. Elmer H. Morenz, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Morenz of 1330 East Leafland avenue, received his commission in the air corps Saturday at the Quartermasters School at…

Photo of Cpl. William H. Fish in uniform

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WWII - Herald and Review Library; Fish, William H., article in newspaper said;" Cpl William Fish, is stationed with the Chemical Warfare Mortar board in France, according to work received by his parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Fish of 1513 North Monroe…