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- Tags: early Decatur
Tags: 1984, automobile, Bar Association, bar exam, Betty Turnell, Bloomington IL, childhood, circuit judge, Clara May Morthland Henson, County bridge, County building, county judge, Decatur Daily Review, Decatur High School, Decatur IL, Departmental School, divorce law, Donald W. Morthland, early Decatur, Emanual Rosenberg, Eva Josephine Young, Fairview Shopping Center, family law, family life, Faries Park, Henson Morthland and Bolin, Henson Morthland and Henson, Illinois Wesleyan University, Interurban, interview, Jackson Street School, James Atlas Henson, James E. Henson, James Millikin University, January 1984, Lake Decatur, law practice, Lost Bridge, Macon County Court, Macon County Jail, Macon County Sheriff, Maffitt Street Bridge, Martin E. Morthland, Masonic Temple, oral history, Ray's Bridge, recording, Richard F. Morthland, Riverside School, Sangamon River, Staley Office Building
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 the notice of a special board meeting on October 23, 1970.