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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
This is the glass negative of a young woman. The photo was taken for R. Paxton by Charles Wasson of Wasson Studios in Decatur IL in the early 1900s.