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- Tags: Navy
Tags: 1982, A.G. Webber, A.G. Webber II, A.G. Webber III, A.G. Webber IV, air conditioned courtrooms, Albert G. Webber III, appeals, Appellate Bench, apprentice, bar exam, Betty Turnell, changes to judicial courts, chopping wood, Circuit Bench, Circuit Clerk's vault, class action suits, close friends, confidential advisor, County Board, County Court, Cumberland Charter, Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Decatur IL, Des Moines IA, Dorothy Brown, fourth courthouse construction, Fourth District Appellate Court, general counsel, hangings, Hieronymus Mueller, immigrant, interview, James Millikin, judge, Judge John McCoy, Judge Morthland, judicial amendment, Keokuk IA, law school, lawyer, legal notices, legal work, Macon County Sheriff, Master in Chancery, Millikin Family, Millikin Homestead, Millikin University, Mueller family, Navy, office boy, oral history, public defendants, railroading, recording, Rev. Hawkins, Richard Welsh, Rock Island Railroad, sequestered jury, suppression of confession, third courthouse, trial bench, University of Illinois Law School, World War I, World War II
Tags: 1986, Baseball, Betty Turnell, Bill Franklin, Citizen's Building, clients, Customers, Danville IL, Decatur Club, Decatur High School, Decatur IL, insurance business, interview, March 1986, Millikin University, Mobil Corporation, Navy, office manager, oral history, recording, service station, Socony Vacuum Oil Company, St. James School, St. Patrick's Grade School, St. Teresa High School, Stephen Decatur High School, trucking firm, William Franklin, World War II
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: 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
Photograph of 2 unknown women with 3 unknown children by a fence.