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    • 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 Regiment Infantry Band

    • Entertainment; Music; Musician; Military; Quincy, Illinois;
    • Left Photograph: Joseph Helfritsch and Harry Bourne with their tubas outside a tent. Right Photograph: Frank Wolters, Joe Williams, W.E. Gillepie and Emil Reinkendorff holding their instruments outside a tent. Both photographs were taken in either...
    • Wayne (Village of)

    • Wayne (Ill.)--History
    • Photocopies of newspaper articles compiled by St. Charles Public Library staff. Topics include the Wayne Country Store, Little Home Church by the Wayside and the Wayne Du Page Hunt. (See also: Dunham Castle)
    • Payson Band

    • Entertainment; Music; Musician; Quincy, Illinois;
    • Payson Band in 1914 was a 22 member band. Front row: Charles Warner; Charles Groth; Harold Warner, boy; Melophones George Spencer; Sherman Hibbard; Julius Whitcomb; Band Leader Frank Wolters (from Quincy). Second row: unknown; Mitlon Brown; Floyd...
    • Libertyville Band

    • clarinets; drums; French horns; Libertyville Band; musical instruments; musicians; saxophones; trombones; trumpets; tubas;
    • Come on along and listen to the sounds of Libertyville's band, directed by Mr. George Mitchell, standing behind the big bass drum. Typewritten on the back is the following notation: "Front Row: 1-Mr. Mitchell, 2-Kenneth Lovell, 3-Rex Wells?, 4-Carl...
    • Libertyville Band

    • clarinets; drums; French horns; Libertyville Band; musical instruments; musicians; saxophones; trombones; trumpets; tubas; uniforms;
    • The Libertyville Band is ready to make some music in this postcard from their early days. The director, George Mitchell, is seated in front with his clarinet.
    • 5th Infantry Band

    • Entertainment; Musician; Music; Military; Government; Quincy, Illinois;
    • 5th Infantry Band Concert at Empire Theatre, November 21, 1913. Emil Reinkendorff, Director. Flutes:Joseph Weiler, Walter Glass, C. W. Sullivan; Oboe: Benjamin Southcot; Eb Clarinet: John C. Weller;Bb Clarinets: Dennis Markillie, Arthur Irwin,...

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