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- Tags: carnivals
Tags: 1988, Amusement Park, Betty Turnell, Billy Sunday, carnivals, Circus, clearing tracks, crank, Decatur Club, Decatur IL, December 1988, drainage ditch, Dreamland Park, early 1900s, electric cars, gasoline heater, Home Telephone System, horse-drawn plow, horses, Hotel Orlando, interview, Lincoln Theatre, Linn and Scruggs, Millikin National Bank, oral history, plowing streets, Polar Ice Company, Postal Telegraph, Powers Opera House, Presbyterian Church, recording, Richard Rodgers, Riverside Park, sidewalks, sled, sleigh, Street Cars, Streets, tires, touring car, Western Union, wood block pavement, YMCA
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
Monthly Meeting Decatur Public Library Board of Trustees on April 20, 2006.