Browse Items (2 total) Tags: Wood Street School Browse All Browse by Tag Search Items Sort by: Title Creator Date Added Mrs. Corwin Johns' Interview This is the oral history of Mrs. Corwin Johns. She was interviewed by Betty Turnell on March 31, 1978. The interview included her recollection of old Decatur. Tags: "Personal Recollections", 1978, A.P. Hill, Adlai Stevenson, Betty Turnell, Charles Adlai Ewing, childhood, Corn Carnival, Decatur Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Decatur IL, Dr. and Mrs. Panhallegon, Dr. H.C. Johns, Eugenia Ewing Johns, fire department races, Illinois Board of Agriculture, Illinois Breeders' Association, interview, J. Petticord, Jane Martin Johns, Johns family, Johns Hill, Judge R.W. Race, March 1978, Miss Mary French, Mr. and Mrs. Millikin, Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Powers, Mrs. Corwin Johns, Mrs. Oglesby, Natatorium, Old Decatur, old High School, oral history, recording, Rev. Fielding Ewing, Riverside Park, Samuel Powers, shorthorn cattle, swimming lessons, train service, Wood Street School Mrs. Erma Wait Cook's Oral History This is the oral history of Erma Wait Cook. She was interviewed by Betty Turnell on August 14, 1985. The interview covers her family's businesses in Decatur, and her childhood. Tags: 1985, Anna B. Millikin Home, August 1985, Betty Turnell, changes to Decatur, childhood, Country Club, Decatur High School, Decatur Hotel and the Arcade, Decatur IL, Erma Wait Cook, fire, Interurban, interview, junior high school, Lincoln Theatre, Mary French School, Millikin University, Morehouse and Wells, Mrs. George Cook, oral history, Packard automobile, recording, St. Nicholas Hotel, stage plays, streetcar, Transfer House, Travel, vaudeville, W. Main St., Wait-Cahill Wholesale Company, Women's Club, Wood Street School Featured Item Photograph of Man Playing Pinball Photograph of a man playing pinball at an unknown location and an unknown date.