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    • Groundwater resources of the buried Mahomet Bedrock Valley

    • 1969; Aquifer; Aquifers; Geologic; ISWS RI-62; Mahomet Sand aquifer; Mahomet(Teays) Bedrock Valley; Visocky, Adrian P., and Richard J. Schicht; Water resources development; Water-supply; Wells
    • The buried Mahomet Bedrock Valley and its major tributaries cover an area of about 3700 square miles in east-central Illinois. Large supplies of groundwater chiefly for municipal use are withdrawn from wells in permeable sands and gravels in thick...
    • Groundwater resources of the buried Mahomet Bedrock Valley

    • 1969; Aquifer; Aquifers; Geologic; ISWS RI-62; Mahomet Sand aquifer; Mahomet(Teays) Bedrock Valley; Visocky, Adrian P., and Richard J. Schicht; Water resources development; Water-supply; Wells
    • The buried Mahomet Bedrock Valley and its major tributaries cover an area of about 3700 square miles in east-central Illinois. Large supplies of groundwater chiefly for municipal use are withdrawn from wells in permeable sands and gravels in thick...
    • Charlie and the Mays

    • 252nd Field Artillery Battalion; 252nd Field Artillery Battalion, Headquarters Radio Unit; Fort Benning, Georgia; Overstreet, Charles; World War, 1939-1945; World War II; May, Woodrow
    • A photograph taken of Charles Overstreet, Woodrow ""Shorty"" May and Woodrow`s wife in 1954 at the Overstreet home in Flora, Illinois. Charlie is growing a beard for Flora`s Centennial Celebration. Original photograph size: 3.43 in (h) x 5.41 in...
    • After the war

    • 252nd Field Artillery Battalion; 252nd Field Artillery Battalion, Headquarters Radio Unit; Overstreet, Charles; World War, 1939-1945; World War II; Flora, Illinois; Barr, Donald B.; Gibbs, Carral
    • Charles Overstreet, Donald B. Barr and Carral Gibbs in Flora, Illinois sometime after the war, probably the mid 1950s. Original photograph size: 4.53 in (h) x 6.40 in (w).
    • After the war

    • 252nd Field Artillery Battalion; 252nd Field Artillery Battalion, Headquarters Radio Unit; Overstreet, Charles; World War, 1939-1945; World War II; Flora, Illinois; Lewandowski, Carl; May, Marland; Piaskowski, Gerald J.; Two Rivers, Wisconsin
    • Carl Lewandowski, Marland ""Bud"" May, Gerald J. Piaskowski and Charles Overstreet in Two Rivers, Wisconsin during the 1950s. Original photograph size: 4.53 in (h) x 6.55 in (w).
    • After the war

    • 252nd Field Artillery Battalion; 252nd Field Artillery Battalion, Headquarters Radio Unit; Overstreet, Charles; World War, 1939-1945; World War II; Flora, Illinois; May, Woodrow; Kalista, James F.; Manitowoc, Wisconsin
    • Woodrow ""Shorty"" May, Charles Overstreet, George Nicholson and Jim Kalista in Manitowoc, Wisconsin in the 1950s. Original photograph size: 3.48 in (h) x 4.53 in (w).
    • After the war

    • 252nd Field Artillery Battalion; 252nd Field Artillery Battalion, Headquarters Radio Unit; Overstreet, Charles; World War, 1939-1945; World War II; Flora, Illinois; May, Woodrow; Kalista, James F.; Two Rivers, Wisconsin
    • Unknown man, Woodrow ""Shorty"" May, Charles Overstreet and James F. Kalista in Two Rivers, Wisconsin sometime after the war, probably late 1940s or early 1950s. Original photograph size 3.52 in (h) x 4.56 in (w).
    • After the war

    • 252nd Field Artillery Battalion; 252nd Field Artillery Battalion, Headquarters Radio Unit; Overstreet, Charles; World War, 1939-1945; World War II; Flora, Illinois; May, Woodrow; Titera, Alvin; Manitowoc, Wisconsin
    • Woodrow ""Shorty"" May, Charles Overstreet and Alvin Titera in Manitowoc, Wisconsin during the 1950s. Original photograph size: 3.48 in (h) x 4.53 in (w).
    • After the war

    • 252nd Field Artillery Battalion; 252nd Field Artillery Battalion, Headquarters Radio Unit; Overstreet, Charles; World War, 1939-1945; World War II; Flora, Illinois; Thornton, Laveryn; Holzhueter, Kenneth F.; McCoy, Bill; Two Rivers, Wisconsin
    • A picture taken at a reunion in the late 1950s in Two Rivers, Wisconsin. Pictured left to right are Laveryn Thornton, Charles Overstreet, Kenneth F. Holzhueter, Bill McCoy and their wives. Original photograph size: 4.29 in (h) x 6.46 in (w).
    • Report of the Illinois Judicial Conference

    • ADR; AOIC; Annual Report; Broken Windows; Cook County; Illinois General Assembly; Pre-Hearing; Supreme Court; arbitration; conference; judges; judicial; judiciary; jury; mediation; membership; post-hearing; probation; resolutions; statistics; trials
    • The Supreme Court of Illinois created the Illinois Judicial Conference in 1953 in the interest of maintaining a well-informed judiciary, active in improving the administration of justice. The Conference has met annually since 1954 and has the...
    • Report of the Illinois Judicial Conference

    • ADR; AOIC; CD-ROM; CLE; CLEAR; Conference; Cook County; EBP; Judges; Judicial; MCLE; Supreme Court; annual report; court; jury; mediation; membership; trials
    • The Supreme Court of Illinois created the Illinois Judicial Conference in 1953 in the interest of maintaining a well-informed judiciary, active in improving the administration of justice. The Conference has met annually since 1954 and has the...
    • Report of the Illinois Judicial Conference

    • ADR; AOIC; CD-ROM; CLE; CLEAR; Conference; Cook County; EBP; Judges; Judicial; MCLE; Supreme Court; annual report; court; jury; mediation; membership; trials
    • The Supreme Court of Illinois created the Illinois Judicial Conference in 1953 in the interest of maintaining a well-informed judiciary, active in improving the administration of justice. The Conference has met annually since 1954 and has the...
    • Report of the Illinois Judicial Conference

    • ADR; AOIC; CLE; Cook County; EBP; Judicial; MCLE; Supreme Court; agency; annual report; conference; court; evidence; judges; judiciary; jury; mediation; membership; probation; system; trials
    • The Supreme Court of Illinois created the Illinois Judicial Conference in 1953 in the interest of maintaining a well-informed judiciary, active in improving the administration of justice. The Conference has met annually since 1954 and has the...

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