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    • Baseball

    • Baseball; Sports; Entertainment; Quincy, Illinois;
    • Front row Charles Lutenberg; Harry F. Hofer; Fred Bickelhaupt; James Monahan. Second row Walter Wich; James Hackett; Unknown; Frohme; Unknown; Unknown. BW Portrait 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" mounted on 6" x 8" cardstock.
    • Concert Hall and Quincy Business College

    • Businesses; Education; Entertainment; Banks and Banking; Retail; Quincy, Illinois; Views
    • Southeast and southwest corners of 5th and Maine Sts. Concert Hall building on southeast corner, including: Quincy Business College; M. Watch Co.'s Depot, Geo. Mitchell, Agent; N. G. Pearson Hair, Jewelry, Wigs, & Hair Goods. Next to left: H....
    • Empire Saloon

    • Businesses; Entertainment; Food; Quincy, Illinois
    • Empire Saloon, 731 Maine Street. Northwest corner 8th & Maine. Charles Hoeckleman building. Exterior view of buildings, street, streetcar, people. B/w, 7" x 5".
    • Orpheum Theater Orchestra Hannibal, MO

    • Businesses; Entertainment; Music; Musician; Vaudeville; Theatre; Quincy, Illinois;
    • Orpheum Theatre Orchestra Hannibal, Missouri portrait of the ten member orchestra in 1928. Walter Glass, flute; Fred Miller, clarinet; Lorene Bates, string bass; Tracy Holbrook, violin and orchestra leader; Irene Bates, cello; Yola Saunders, piano;...
    • Joseph F. Weiler

    • Businesses; Entertainment; Quincy, Illinois
    • Joseph F. Weiler, played flute and violin. Owned Weiler Bros. Music Store with brother Charles. Died March 12, 1923 as a result of a stroke while playing in the Empire Theatre orchestra, which he had directed. Member Quincy City Band and Fifth...
    • Church of the Good Shepherd Choir

    • Churches; Entertainment; Quincy, Illinois
    • Church of the Good Shepherd Choir. East side of 12th Street between Hampshire and Maine. Interior photo, group portrait, of 22 men and boys in choir robes. Back row: Joseph Burrows, Harry Charles, unidentified, Dr. William Berton Corbyn (pastor...
    • "In Old Kentucky"

    • Entertainment; Advertisements; Theatre; Quincy, Illinois;
    • Advertisement for "In Old Kentucky." Text reads: "First Outdoor Production in history "In Old Kentucky" Outstanding play of a century produced for the first time in its natural surroundings - on the race track. Directed by the famous author,...
    • Charles Weiler

    • Entertainment; Businesses; Quincy, Illinois
    • Charles Weiler, played piano, organ, violin, clarinet. Born April 29, 1882, died July 10, 1944. Part-owner with brother Joseph in Weiler Bros. Music Store, organized 1900. Played in Gardner Band, City Band, 5th Infantry Band, theatre orchestras,...
    • James Delabar Orchestra

    • Entertainment; Dance Orchestra; Music; Musician; Quincy, Illinois;
    • James Delabar Orchestra taken at the Barn in Quincy, IL on December 25, 1952. Front row: James Delabar, Ray Brinks, Emerson Fehlberg, Benny DiDia, J.T. Winking. Back row: Charles Winking, piano; John Schultheis, Myron Pilatz; Kenneth Homberger;...
    • Frank Malambri Orchestra

    • Entertainment; Dance Orchestra; Music; Musician; Quincy, Illinois;
    • Frank Malambri Orchestra Left to right: Frank Malambri, saxophone; Al Tushaus, piano; Johnny Herold, saxophone; Charles Guashell, trumpet; Howard MAnes, bass; Harold "Tubby" O'Farrell, trumpet; Guy Tourney, trombone; Joe Bonansinga, saxophone; Bob...
    • Dance Band

    • Entertainment; Dance Orchestra; Music; Musician; Quincy, Illinois;
    • Dance Band, no identified name. Band members: Francis Gaushell, Wm. Alexander, Charles Gaushell, Bernard Timothy, Robert Steers, Alvin Crocker, Herb Fick. Bernard Timothy was the treasurer of Local 265 in 1924 and this band's leader. Herb Fick...
    • Griggsville High School

    • Entertainment; Education; Music; Musician; Quincy, Illinois;
    • Griggsville High School Band, 46 member band in uniform with instruments inside the Griggsville auditorium. Charles Winking was the Director, he is standing in the center rear. BW Interior 10" x 8".
    • 5th Infantry Band

    • Entertainment; Military; Music; Musician; Government; Quincy, Illinois;
    • Left side first row: Dennis Markillie, Frank Martin, Barney Damhorst, Frank Holtschlag, Fred Miller, Mike Cavanah- Clarinets. Left side Second row: Joe Weiler, Piccolo; C.W. Sullivan, flute; John C. Weller, Eb Clarinet; Charles Weiler, Wilbur...
    • Fifth Infantry Regiment Band

    • Entertainment; Military; Music; Musician; Quincy, Illinois;
    • Fifth Infantry Regiment Band Reed Section top photo front row: Charles Weiler, William C. Kummer, Mike Cavanah, Dennis E. Markillie and J. D. Edie. Top photo second row: Walter Glass, Fred W. Miller, Guy Hopkins, Charles Black, Guy Rowe, Frank...
    • Charles Edward Hoadley

    • Entertainment; Music; Musician
    • Charles Edward Hoadley (1881-1934) played trombone with the Quincy City Band, the 5th Regiment Band, and the Empire Theatre Orchestra. Charles Edward Hoadley was a charter member of the Local 265 and an officer. Charles Hoadley died Feb 15, 1934 in...
    • Carl Ferdinand Sohn

    • Entertainment; Music; Musician
    • Carl Ferdinand Sohn (1847-1884?) played the Eb cornet in the Louis Kuehn Band. Carl was the son of Ferdinand and Christina Sohn and the father of Charles G. Sohn who also played the snare drum in the Louis Kuehn Band. BW Portrait 5" x 8".
    • Palmyra Missouri Town Band 1915

    • Entertainment; Music; Musician
    • Palmyra Missouri Town Band photo taken in 1915. Jacob G. Berghofer (1863-1932) director, standing center back dressed in white. Front row: Russell Weyand, snare drum; Edward Stuhlmann, clarinet; Frank Heinze, clarinet; Charles Retti, Eb clarinet;...
    • Charles G. Sohn Jr.

    • Entertainment; Music; Musician
    • Charles G. Sohn Jr. (1861-1903)played the snare drum in the Kuehn Band in the 1870's with his father Carl Sohn Sr. Charles Jr. played the String Bass with the Empire Theatre Orchestra. Charles Jr. was a member of Local 54, Local 51, American...
    • Charles G. Sohn Jr. in 1875

    • Entertainment; Music; Musician
    • Charles G. Sohn Jr. (1861-1903) wearing the Louis Kuehn Band uniform. Charles played the snare drum while his father Carl Sohn Sr. played the Eb cornet in the band. Photograph was taken about 1875. Charles Sohn Jr. went on to play the String Bass...
    • Junior Musolino Dance Orchestra

    • Entertainment; Music; Musician; Dance Orchestra; Quincy, Illinois;
    • Junior Muslino Dance Orchestra, 1933. Photograph is believed to be part of a promotional campaign, band members are standing on letters spelling out "Don George". Wm. Smith, String Bass; Don Christy, Piano; Warren Dunham, Saxophone; John Haerle,...
    • Quincy Masonic Lodge 296 A.F. & A. M.

    • Entertainment; Music; Musician; Dance Orchestra; Quincy, Illinois;
    • Quincy Masonic Lodge 296 A. F. & A. M.. Seated John T. Inghram, Arthur R. Greenbank, Grace M. Beeler, "Red" Grady, E.L Frazier. Standing Wesley M. Garoutte, Charles W. Abbott, Harvey D. Ryther, Donald C. VanHoy, unknown, Charles W. Seifert,Sr. BW...
    • Liberty Band

    • Entertainment; Music; Musician; Festivals; Quincy, Illinois;
    • Liberty Band, 13 members. Note on photograph indicates the photograph taken at the Camp Point Fair. Front row: Charles Barnard, Will Grubb, Bill Plowman, Clarence Buttz, Will Craig. Back row: George Graff, snaredrum; Maurice Collins, Charles Linn;...
    • West Side Military Band

    • Entertainment; Music; Musician; Military; Quincy, Illinois;
    • West Side Military Band, Hannibal, Missouri shown here in 1904 as a twenty member band. Director Ben Atkinson, cornet; Charles Warner; Louis DeZella; Ernie Traves, clarinet; Clarence Lampton, saxophone; John Betts, trombone; Les Jackson, bass drum;...
    • Illinois State Band

    • Entertainment; Music; Musician; Military; Quincy, Illinois;
    • The Illinois State Band was formed in 1917 after the Fifth Regiment Infantry Band of the Illinois National Guard went into federal service. Burton Strock director Spring 1917-December 1917; Ellis Brooks directed from May of 1918 until his death in...
    • Gardner's Quintet Club

    • Entertainment; Music; Musician; Military; Quincy, Illinois;
    • Gardner's Quintet Club. Organized in 1895. Composed of the following well known soloists. Carl G. Gardner, first violin. Albert Gardner, viola. Joseph F. Weiler, flute, piccolo. Ferdinand Gardner, violoncello. Charles W. Weiler, clarinet. Open to...
    • Gardner's Military Concert Band

    • Entertainment; Music; Musician; Military; Quincy, Illinois;
    • The Military Band March for Piano or Organ by Carl G. Gardner, cover. Photograph of Gardner's Military Concert Band, organized in 1895. Front row: Carl Gardner, Ferdinand Gardner, Albert Gardner. Rear row: Joseph Weiler, Charles Weiler. BW 10" x 8".

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