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- Tags: SATC
Tags: 1983, Betty Turnell, Buddhist Monastery, Camp Milam, Central Jurisdiction, childhood, Christian County, Christian Social Relations, Cleveland Avenue Methodist Church, conversational English, country school, Davidson, Decatur District Women's Foreign Missionary Society, Decatur High School, Decatur IL, Dr, Dr. Donald Gibbs, Dr. E.T. Evans, earthquake, Eastern Michigan University, Evangelical United Brethren Church, farm, First Methodist Church, First Methodist Church of Evanston, Garrett Theological Seminary, Great Depression, Harriet Ellis, Illiopolis High School, Imogene Brown, international committee, Interurban, interview, Japan, Jurisdiction Woman's Society, Ladies' Aid Society, Methodist Church combination, Millikin University, Mrs. Conklin, Mrs. E.T. Evans, Mrs. Lucy Oplinger, Mrs. Marksmiller, Mrs. R.C. Augustine, Mrs. Ruth Gibbs, national board, Negro colleges, North-Central Jurisdiction, Northwestern University, November 1983, oral history, president, recording, SATC, School of Christian Mission, Student Army Training Corps, Teacher, teachers' college, United Methodist Church, Wesleyan Service Guild, Women's Home Missionary Society, Women's Society of Christian Service, World War I, WWI, YMCA, Ypsilanti MI
Tags: "Stuck at Taylor's College", 1980, academy, Albert Taylor Hall, Aston Hall, athletic director, Barracks, basketball, basketball and track coach, Bethany College, Betty Turnell, Bill Muer, business manager, Business Manager Emeritus, changes to Millikin University, Charlene Wood, chemistry, childhood, City of Decatur, Clyde Hart, coach, Davida McCaslin, Decatur High School, Decatur IL, dormitories, Dr. Albert Taylor, Dr. Claire A. Garber, Dr. Fellows, Dr. J. Roger Miller, Dr. John C. Hessler, Dr. Malone, Dr. McKay, Dr. Tyler, Dr. William Casey, engineering, Flora IL, G.I. Bill, Gastman School, Gorin Library, Grace Patton Conant, Griswold Physical Education Center, Hank Gill, Industrial Arts Department, interview, James Millikin, Jimmy Ashmore, Kirkland Fine Arts Center, Lake Geneva WI, Liberal Arts Building, March 1980, Millikin National Bank, Millikin University, Norman Wann, Northwestern Military and Naval Academy, oral history, Powers Building, Professor L.M. Cole, Professor Townsley, R. Wayne Gill, recording, Recreation Department, SATC, School of Music, Scovill Science Hall, Secretary-Treasurer, Student Army Training Corps, Superintendent of Recreation, veterans, vocational training, West Virginia, William Henderson, World War I, World War II, WWI, WWII
Tags: 1979, April 1979, assistant state's attorney, Betty Turnell, Boys' Opportunity Home, childhood, Community Lectures, David Johnson, debating team, Decatur Area Arts Council, Decatur Community concerts, Decatur High School, Decatur Mental Health Center, Departmental School, divorce law, Edwards Hayes, Emanual Rosenberg, Europe, family life, Fortnightly Club, Hannah Gevirtz, Holy Rollers, Horace Garman, interview, Israel, Jackson School, Joseph Rosenberg, Judaism, law school, lawyer, Lincoln Square, Masonic Temple, Millikin building, Mr. Charles Evans, Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, Northwestern University, oral history, Parlor Market, Point Downing, recording, SATC, Stephen Decatur High School, Student Army Training Corps, Temple B'Nai Abraham, traveling, United Fund, United Jewish Appeal, Wayne Bickes, Webster-Cantrall Hall, World War I, WWI
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
This is the glass negative of Mrs. C. Fortner's child. The photo was taken by Charles Wasson of Wasson Studios in Decatur, IL in the early 1900s.