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|Dr. Gustave Schroeppel's wake in 1933||This is a photograph of Dr. Gustave Schroeppel's wake in 1933. This picture was taken in the living room of his home at 317 West Main Street, Collinsville, Illinois.||1933||September 17, 2017|
|1935 Edwardsville High School Basketball Program||This is a program for the 1934-35 Edwardsville High School Basketball District Tournament on March 2, 1935 against Hillsboro. It features both team rosters, a message from coach S.A. Kole, the season schedule, and a poem "To Our Tigers."||1935||November 15, 2018|
|1936 Postcard of the Second Edwardsville High School Building||This is a postcard dated September 17, 1936, depicting the second Edwardsville High School Building. Today the building is home to Lincoln Middle School. The postcard is addressed to Mrs. Loretta Prettir of Wausau, Wisconsin. The message reads: "Dear Loretta my love (illegible). Bill just sent me your card from Rockford, I sure was sorry not to have been home when you went (illegible) Miluakee I been here now for 3 weeks. Bill mother broke her hips, she's in bed now for 4 weeks. I'll be home next week."||September 17, 1936||November 15, 2018|
|Mary Asadorian Oral History Interview||This oral history interview with Mary Kambarian Asadorian was part of oral histories conducted in the fall 2001 semester of History 447: Oral History.
Mary Asadorian was born and raised in Lincoln Place, where she spent her life. In this interview, she talks about her childhood, the role of the Armenian Orthodox Church, the diversity of Lincoln Place, the community center, and her family heritage.
|October 27, 2001||February 18, 2018|
|Mary Bogosian Carson Oral History Interview||This oral history interview with Mary Bogosian Carson was part of oral histories conducted in the fall 2001 semester of History 447: Oral History.
Mary Carson was raised in Lincoln Place where she spent most of her life. In this interview, she talks about her childhood, the diversity of Lincoln Place, the “Clubhouse” where kids would spend their time, and the 1940s basketball championship team.
|November 10, 2001||February 20, 2018|