Photo of Macon County, IL. Draftees Standing on Courthouse Steps.

AF925-WWII_Macon County Draftees, WWII, 5-2-1943.jpg

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Title

Photo of Macon County, IL. Draftees Standing on Courthouse Steps.

Subject

WWII
World War II
Draftees
Decatur, IL.

Description

Herald and Review Library: Photo of Macon County, IL. Draftees; Article on back of photo: "This group of men, registered with Macon county rural draft board, has been ordered to report for final physical examinations and possible induction into the armed forces. The men, left to right, are: First Row: Dale Goodrich, Robert Gerald Short, Charles Arthur Crowl, Eldon A. Attleberry, Dean Dalluge, Bill Stoutenborough, Frank Hockaday, J. B. Rigg, Emil Schnorre; Second Row: Harley Alexander, Jr., Eugene Noll, Warren G. Hardking Brooks, Herbert Phipp, Richard Hector, Robert Massey, Marvin Bell, Junior Wampler, Glenn Banning, Jean H. Cooper; Third Row: Curtis Albert Bagley, Jack E. Miller, Jack Walker, Victor Walters, James Kettlekamp, Dean Smith, Robert Lee McClay, John Gardner, Dean W. Bennett, Paul Gregory, Robert Kayks; Fourth Row: Charles E. Nelson, Norman H. True, Wilbur Wendling, Harold Eugene Dittamore, Walter E. Rose, Malcom Hagen, Donald White, R. Dale Streight, Willis S. Wakefield; Fifth Row: Marion E. Gordy, Walter Moore, chester P. Wonderlin, William Lowe, Cecil Wayne thompson, Leon B. Tilson, George Newberry, L. Russell Wirey, Charles Lovell, Dale Jacob Jinks, Sixth Row: Gene Cornwell, Woodrow Leman Fite, Frank Shelton Richardson, William Ellsworth Schliff, Milo Wright, Waybern Wakefield, Sam Bledsaw, Elmer Lynch."

Creator

Herald and Review

Source

Decatur, IL.

Publisher

Decatur Public Library, Decatur, IL.

Date

4/2/1943

Contributor

Decatur Herald and Review

Rights

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Relation

unknown

Format

.jpg
600 dpi

Language

English

Type

photograph

Identifier

AF925

Coverage

World War II

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

photograph

Physical Dimensions

8 x 11"