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Tags: 1986, 4-H, Bethany IL, Betty Turnell, big hook, Boy Scouts, childhood, choir, clothing donation, Decatur IL, Decatur Roundhouse, diesel locomotives, electric welding trade, family life, First United Methodist Church, Forsyth IL, grease cup filler, Great Depression, handyman, Hubert Bankson, interview, labor gang, machinist, machinist's helper, March 1986, Marilyn Bankson, Mexico, mission, Mr. and Mrs. William Bankson, Mrs. William Bankson, Music, North Dakota, oral history, passenger trains, recording, steam crane, Steam Locomotives, train wrecks, Trains, travelling, Wabash Railroad, William Bankson, wrecker, wrecking crew
Photographs of 328 W. Prairie Ave. This was the home of Orville B. Gorin. His daughter, Gussie, still lived there in 1954.