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Tags: 1982, A.G. Webber, A.G. Webber II, A.G. Webber III, A.G. Webber IV, air conditioned courtrooms, Albert G. Webber III, appeals, Appellate Bench, apprentice, bar exam, Betty Turnell, changes to judicial courts, chopping wood, Circuit Bench, Circuit Clerk's vault, class action suits, close friends, confidential advisor, County Board, County Court, Cumberland Charter, Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Decatur IL, Des Moines IA, Dorothy Brown, fourth courthouse construction, Fourth District Appellate Court, general counsel, hangings, Hieronymus Mueller, immigrant, interview, James Millikin, judge, Judge John McCoy, Judge Morthland, judicial amendment, Keokuk IA, law school, lawyer, legal notices, legal work, Macon County Sheriff, Master in Chancery, Millikin Family, Millikin Homestead, Millikin University, Mueller family, Navy, office boy, oral history, public defendants, railroading, recording, Rev. Hawkins, Richard Welsh, Rock Island Railroad, sequestered jury, suppression of confession, third courthouse, trial bench, University of Illinois Law School, World War I, World War II
Tags: "Lost 40", "Old Black Joe", "The Mueller Story", 1982, A.G. Webber, A.G. Webber III, Adolf Mueller, apprentice, Benito Mussolini, Betty Turnell, Canada, Chamber of Commerce trip, counsel for Mueller Co., Decatur IL, Division of labor, double desks, Duke Mueller, employee recreation, Everett Mueller, Frank Mueller, Fred Mueller, gardening, gas piping, grandfather, Great Depression, gun shop, Henry Mueller, Hieronymus Mueller, hiking club, immigrant, interview, Inventions, Jack Banton, judge, lawyer, machinist, Millikin Place, Mueller Company, Mueller factory, Mueller lawyer, Mueller Lodge, Mueller Picnic, Mueller village, office space, oral history, Oscar Mueller, patents, pay phone, Phillip Mueller, Plant, Port Huron MI, prairie forest, Public Relations, railroading, recording, Robert Mueller, Rockford IL, Rome Italy, sales, Sarni Ontario, South Shores, straw hat, tomatoes
Tags: 1980, aldermen, author, Betty Turnell, book, Carrolton IL, changes to Decatur, Charles C. LeForgee, Decatur IL, Decatur in 1914, East St. Louis High School, Fire Department, Harvard, Human Relations Commission, interview, Lake Decatur, law school, lawyer, Lawyer in Action, LeForgee Vail and Miller, Macon County Tuberculosis Sanatarium, November 1980, oral history, race relations, recording, Samuels Miller Schroeder Jackson & Sly, Staley Company, Staley Viaduct, Streetcars, tax law, Thomas W. Samuels, University of Illinois, World War I
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: 1980, alum auditing plan, Army, Art History, Betty Turnell, blue beanie, Children, Conant Society, conservatory, Decatur IL, Dr. Bert C. Bach, Dr. Flora Ross, Dr. Mardock, Dr. Provan, dress code and attitude changes, Elizabethan Study, English Department, English major, Gorin Library, grade school, Great Depression, Harristown IL, interview, June 1980, lawyer, Mary Elizabeth Stookey, Millikin University, Miss Bonnie Blackburn, Miss Davida McCaslin, Mr. Grover Patton, Mrs. Cordulack, Mrs. Robert D. Owen, needlework, oral history, piano lessons, President's office, Professor A.T. Mills, Purity Baking Company scholarship, recording, Robert D. Owen, Students, teaching, tennis team, The Mill, University of Illinois scholarship, World War II, WWII
Tags: 1907, 1922, 1951 Crusade for Freedom, Bethany IL, biography, Congress, Decatur Daily Review, Decatur IL, delegate, Geneva University, George I. Fulk, Hague, instructor in international law, international peace conference, lawyer, Macon County Chairman, Moultrie County, National Agricultural conference, Photo File: Biography, President Theodore Roosevelt, Representative nomination, superintendent of Public Welfare, Switzerland, Washington D.C.
These are the glass negatives of H. Wetz. The photos were taken by Charles Wasson of Wasson Studios in Decatur, IL in the 1900s.