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- Tags: Television
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Tags: 3I League, Awards, Baseball, Bavaria, Betty Turnell, Bishop Quail, Boys Club, Building Committee, business major, Campfire Girls, Chartered Life Underwriter, Chautauqua, childhood, Christmas trees, church activities, church board, Classes, clients, CLU, committees, concession stands, dancing lessons, Decatur Baseball, Decatur High School, Decatur IL, Delovan IL, Denver CO, District Superintendent, Eloise Neece, Entertainment, Equitable Life Insurance Society, family life, First United Methodist Church, France, fundraising, future of Decatur, general insurance, German family, German fest, Germany, golf, Grace Methodist Church, Greyville IL, Hightide Dr., history/political science minor, Hudson River Dateline, insurance sales, interview, lay leader, Lebanon IL, life insurance, Louise Wells, Marion Plussen, marriage class, McKinley College, Methodist Church, Methodist Episcopal Church, Methodist Minister, Millikin University, Minister, Mr. & Mrs. John K. Wells, national committees, office manager, oral history, Peoria IL, preachers, Programs, Providence RI, R.C. Sayre, recording, retirement, Sanitary District Board, Secretary of Preachers' Aid, subdivision, sunday school, Superintendent of Junior Classes, Superintendent of Primary classes, superintendent of schools, talks, Television, tent meeting, Travel, trusts, United Methodist Church, Wilmington DE, YMCA
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: "Music in the Making", 1980, April 1980, Betty Turnell, Channel 17, Channel 3, Community Information person, Decatur Public Library, driver education class, Edith McNabb, Millikin University, Mrs. L.C. McNabb, oral history, Radio, recording, Richland Community College, Speech Department, tele-course, Television, WSOY
Tags: "separate by equal", American Red Cross, Betty Turnell, black athletes, Charles E. Lee, Committee on Aging, Crime, Decatur High School, Decatur IL, December 1980, Dr. John Ellis, drugs, early Decatur, FBI, Federal Bureau of Investigation, France, Fred Long, Harry Long, IL state Senate, Inez Bender, law, Mayor, Millikin University, Negro League, oral history, parking meters, police department, Prohibition, race relations, recording, special education, Television, transcription, U.S. Navy, Wood St. Elementary School
This is a glass negative of W.W. Austin taken by Charles Wasson of Wasson Studios in Decatur, IL in the early 20th century.