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|Beth Warnecke Oral History Interview||In this oral history interview, Beth Warnecke discusses growing up in Glen Carbon, having a father active in law and the Democratic Party, going to high school in Highland, working for the Cardinals and the Blues, and starting and managing her own art business: Classic Creations Painting.||October 7, 2018||December 6, 2018|
|Ruben Mendoza Oral History Interview||This oral history interview with Ruben Mendoza was part of oral histories conducted in the fall 2001 semester of History 447: Oral History.
In this oral history interview, Ruben Mendoza discusses his career as a soccer player and coach. He describes growing up in Lincoln Place and moving to Mexico at the age of eight in the late 1930s, where he discovered soccer. After moving back to Lincoln Place, he played soccer for St. Louis teams and played for the United States in the 1958 World Cup and in the 1952, '56, and '60 Olympics. He also discusses how he expanded soccer programs in Lincoln Place, Granite City, and the larger Metro East region as a coach starting in the 1960s. This interview had no transcript in the original archive. It was transcribed by Madison Historical staff.
There were two interviews conducted with Ruben Mendoza as part of the course. The other interview was conducted by Lisa Smithe.
|October 30, 2001||September 2, 2018|
|John Elliff Oral History Interview||In this oral history interview, John Elliff describes living in Glen Carbon and his role in helping to plan the surrounding housing developments. He speaks to the rivalries between Edwardsville and Glen Carbon, as well as the various festivals in Glen Carbon.||July 13, 2017||October 9, 2017|
|Madison County Coal Corporation Vault Door||Standing outside of the door. This is the original vault door downstairs at the Madison County Coal Corporation Office.||Unknown||December 8, 2016|
|1964 Glen Carbon Championship Little League Baseball Team: The Barbers||1964 Glen Carbon Championship Little League Baseball Team The Barbers, sponsored by Barbers Local 605. Front Row from Left to Right: Bobby Kubicek, Don Rieger, Mickey Farvell, Dave Ezell, Bill Brinson. Second Row from Left to Right: Bill Burnett, Dennis Hester, Danny Riles, Dave Sido, Dale Ethington, Jimmy Onkie. Third Row from Left to Right: Richard Stephenson, Ed Landers, John Kovaril, Dave Rieger, Harry Van Evans, Terry Scheibal. Fourth Row from Left to Right: Coaches Bob Kubicek and Kenny Scheibal, Not pictured is Coach Evans and team manager Joe Rieger.||Unknown||December 8, 2016|
|View of the Entrance of the Glen Carbon Railroad Tower House||View of the Entrance of the Glen Carbon Railroad Tower House.||Unknown||December 8, 2016|
|Glen Carbon Railroad Tower House||Glen Carbon Railroad Tower House. Back Row from Left to Right: 1. Unknown, 2. Rafaelle, 3. Farmer Melvin Hines. Front Row from Left to Right: 1. Unknown, 2. John Farmer||Unknown||December 8, 2016|
|1934 Glen Carbon Southwest Illinois Intercity League Baseball Champions||1934 Glen Carbon Southwest Illinois Intercity League Baseball Champions. Back Row From Left to Right: Ott (Fat) Pelligrini, Ray (Kubi) Kubicek Outfield, Charles (Motch) Biarkis Infield, Ed (Sticky) Meyer the Manager, Charlie Wieduwilt Groundskeeper, Hank Leibig Pitching Coach. Middle Row From Left to Right: William (Mop) Henry Outfield, William (Huck) Haywood Outfield, William (Hoot) Burgdorf Scorekeeper, Charles (Smitty) Schmit Infield, Frank (Hank) Unger Infield, Lou (Stucco) Perry Infield. Front Row From Left to Right: Al (Lefty Sedlacek Pitcher, Tony (Tonda) Unger Catcher, and James (Chick) Cominsay Pitcher.||1934||December 8, 2016|
|Glen Carbon Men's Baseball Team||Glen Carbon Men's Baseball Team: Back Row From Left to Right: 1. Herman Hennings Pitcher, 2. Alex Marshall, 3. Arch Evan 3B, 4. Charles L. Henry Manager, 5. John Schuller Left Field, 6. Frank Kribicek Center Field, 7. William Liebe 1B. Bottom Row from Left to Right: 1. Eldon Miller Right Field, 2. Joe Veno Captain, 3. Pete Wickman Catcher, 4. Ray Miller Short Stop.||Donated October 1988||December 8, 2016|
|Group of People Standing with two Butchered Pigs||Group of people standing with two butchered pigs||Unknown||December 8, 2016|