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- Tags: Poetry
Tags: 1912-1974, Adele Murphy, architectural description, Article, assessor's office, Charles Hippler, Charlotte Meyer, Charlotte Meyer Collection, city directory, conversation, description, George A. Chiligiris, Herald and Review, History, John H. Bone, Joseph V. Pauline, Macon County Historical Coordinating Council, Obituary, owners, photos, Poetry, Register of Old Buildings, Robert Coughlin, Robert Smith Walker, Smith and Mabel Walker, Two Miles North
Tags: "HMS Pinafore", "Little Prince", "Quality Street", "Red Mill", 1990, Alex Van Praag Sr., Armistice Day, Betty Jo Eickenberry, Central Railroad Depot, childhood, classified ad department, DAR, Decatur and Macon County Hospital, Decatur High School, Decatur IL, Dr. Jones, Elmer Nickel, Ethel Parkinson, Fires, Freda Douthit, GAR, Glee Club, Governor Oglesby Mansion board, Grand Army of the Republic, Great Depression, grocery stores, H.C. Schaub, Helen Gorham, Herald and Review, home birth, Howard Millard, ice block, Illinois Central Railroad, Indian schools, international traveling, Interurban, Interurban station, interview, January 1990, Jeanette MacDonald, Lake Decatur, Lincoln School, Linn and Scruggs, Louise Fyke, Macon County Conservation District, Macon County Hospital, Macon County Newsletter, Marietta School, Moweaqua mine disaster, Mrs. Jane Lee, Mt. Zion IL, oral history, plays, Poetry, poetry club, recording, Red Cross, Robert Williams, Roosevelt Junior High School, Shellabarger Mansion, St. Mary's Auxiliary, stalker, Stephen Decatur Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, streetcar, Switchboard, Toonerville Trolley, Transfer House, traveling, typing, Westminster Presbyterian Women, Women's Relief Corp, World War I
Tags: "The Cannon Ball", 1977, automobile factory, bass drum, Betty Turnell, Bluebird, Canada, Canadian National Railroad, Cannon Ball, cement company, Charlie Cunningham, Decatur IL, Douglas Air Craft, Dr. Barnardo's Homes, farm work, farming, Feltwell England, Foreman, freemason, Grand Truck Railroad, Holmes Foundry, homestead farm, Imperial Oil Refinery, Infants' School, Inglewood Ontario, interview, John Day, London England, Marysville MI, Mason, Montreal Quebec, Music, National Guard, Norfolk County, November 1977, oral history, orphanage, paint shop, painter, painting, passenger trains, personnel, physical abuse, pigiron, Poetry, Port Huron MI, recording, retirement, round house, Sarnia Ontario, Steam Engines, tannery, The Great Lakes Navigation, Toronto Ontario, travelling, Tunbridge Wells England, visit to England, Wabash Railroad, Wills-St. Clair car, World War II
Tags: 1979, Academy of St. Teresa, Alton IL, Alton Ursuline community, Baltimore Catechism, Belen NM, Betty Turnell, Cathedral School, Company of St. Ursula, convent life, Decatur IL, Decatur Ursuline community, dress code changes, eye problems, fifth grade, First Communion, fractured hip, Frank O'Laughlin, Grandfather Cottonwood Tree, home visits, Jeanne Hamilton, Jenny Lind AK, Junior, May 1979, new convent, novice, old convent, oral history, Pan-American automobile, Poetry, postulant, published author, reception day, recording, Sparta IL, Springfield IL, Sr. Eugenia O'Laughlin, St. Patrick's church, St. Patrick's School, St. Teresa High School, St. Thomas School, Teacher, Vatican II, vocation, vow day
Photograph of flowers in a garden on June 2, 1949.