|1 - 8-19-16 - Joe Baker
and Nelson Slagle on flight to
Columbus, Ohio. I met Joe on the plane. He was a
2009 graduate of Galion High School. He is going
to Ohio State at the Mansfield branch working on
degree in Physical Therapy. He was 2nd team all
onference in football as a nose guard for Galion
High School and played a year in college at Otterbein.
|2 - 8-19-16 - Heidi, Jim
and Emily Slagle
| 3- 8-19-16 - Nelson and
Jim Slagle at
Jim & Heidi's home
| 4- 8-20-16 - Sign
Emily's 100th brithday sign prepared
and placed by Brookdale (Emily's
Assisted Living Facility) just inside
| 5- 8-20-16 - Emily
| 6- 8-20-16 - Jim working
at his laptop.
| 7- 8-20-16 - Rt 98 Marion
Last owner went bankrupt and house
has been in bankruptcy since. It has
been vacant for over a year.
| 8- 8-20-16 - Rt 98 shed.
|9- 8-20-16 - Emily
and Betsy Slagle
|10- 8-20-16 - Betsy Slagle
and Steve Ruffell.
|11- 8-20-16 - Fred and
|12- 8-20-16 - Heidi Slagle
and Amy Joss.
|13- 8-20-16 - Alex Joss
and Jean Raymoure.
||14- 8-20-16 - Emily Slagle
her sister, Betty Lou Cotter (90).
|15- 8-20-16 - Judy Cotter
|16- 8-20-16 - Judy Cotter
|17- 8-20-16 - Judy and
|18- 8-20-16 - Jim Slagle
while Nelson Slagle and Larry Cotter
|19- 8-20-16 -
Jenny Robinette at Jim
and Heidi's home.
|20- 8-20-16 -
Michael & Abby Robinette.
|21- 8-20-16 -
and Jenny Robinette.
|22- 8-20-16 -
Heidi Slagle and
|23- 8-20-16 -
Heidi & Jim Slagle, Jeff Robinette
and Nelson Slagle.
- Heidi, Emily and Nelson
Slagle, Steve Ruffell and Betsy Slagle
making gift bags for attendees to Emily's
100th birthday party.
- Nelson Slagle
and Jed Middleton at Epworth
Methodist church in Marion, Ohio.
- Brookdale Assisted Living
- Brookdale Assisted
Living Facility and sign with building
in background where Emily Slagle
lives in Marion, Ohio.
- Tom, Taylor, Kim
and Emma Bays, Charles Cole and
Gretchen, Kristin and Aubrey Stoub
arriving for Emily Slagle's 100th
|29- 8-21-16 -
Gretchen Stoub, Aubrey
Stoub and Emma Bays
|30- 8-21-16 -
Emma and Jenny
Robinette at Brookdale for Emily's
100th birthday party.
|31- 8-21-16 -
Pat Cole at Brookdale for
Emily's 100th birthday party.
|32- 8-21-16 -
Emily greeting guest
|33- 8-21-16 -
and Aubrey Stoub, John and
|34- 8-21-16 -
Larry, Maug and
|35- 8-21-16 -
and Pat LaNoue.
|36- 8-21-16 -
and Larry Cotter and
Jane 'Hunter' Rudy.
|37- 8-21-16 -
Oliver Hughes, Emily Slagle
and Adam Hughes
|38- 8-21-16 -
Jim Slagle, Bob Rudy
and Sally Rudy
|39- 8-26-16 -
Hughes, Betsy Slagle
and Betty Huckaba.
|40- 8-26-16 -
Fred Joss and
|41- 8-21-16 -
Mike, Jeff, Jenny
and Abby Robinette in front
of Brookdale facility
|42- 8-21-16 -
with Emily's picture on front
of a Smuckers jam jar.
|43- 8-21-16 -
Tom Bays and
|44- 8-21-16 -
Emily Slagle sitting.
Standing: Jim Slagle, Judy Cotter,
Nelson Slagle, Larry Cotter,
Pat LaNoue, Charles Cole, Bonnie
Shaffstall, Bob Rudy, Betty Huckaba
and John Slagle
|45- 8-21-16 -
Seated: Emily Slagle (100) and
sister Betty Lou Cotter (90). Standing, Jim &
Heidi Slagle, Judy Cotter, Gale and John Slagle.
Bonnie Shaffstall, Jean Raymoure, Nelson Slagle,
Larry Cotter, and Betty & Bill Huckaba.
|46- 8-21-16 -
Seated: Emily Slagle and her
sister Betty Lou Cotter. Standing: Emily's
five children: John, Bonnie, Nelson, Betty
|47- 8-21-16 -
Seated: Emily and Betty
Lou. Standing: Jim & Heidi Slagle,
Judy Cotter, Gale & John Slagle,
Bonnie Shaffstall, Jean Raymoure,
Larry Cotter, Nelson Slagle, Bob
Rudy, Betty & Bill Huckaba
and Pat LaNoue.
|48- 8-21-16 -
Mom with 7 grand children.
Jenny Robinette, Amy Joss, Kim Bays,
Kristin Stoub, Lauren Slagle, Betsy
Slagle and Emily Slagle.
|49- 8-21-16 -
Emily 13 of 15 Grand
Childrens. Mayde Joss holding
Oliver Hughes, Michael Robinette
Emma Bays, Aubrey Stoub, Emma
Robinette, Fred Joss, Dreighton
Stoub, Gretchen Stoub, Abby
Robinette, Alex Robinette, Taylor
Bays and Libby Robinette.
Sitting: Emily Slagle
|50- 8-21-16 -
Aubrey Stoub, Kristin
Stoub, Emily Slagle, Betty Huckaba
and Gretchen Stoub.
|51- 8-21-16 -
Aubrey and Kim Bays,
Emily Slagle, Betty Huckaba and
|52- 8-21-16 -
Emma, Libby and Jenny
Robinette, Bonnie Shaffstall, Michael
and Abby Robinette.
Sitting: Emily Slagle.
|53- 8-21-16 -
Emily's travel group. Nancy
Lillery, JeanAnne Cheney, Bonnie Shaffstall,
Phoebe House, Emily Slagle and Sue.
|54- 8-21-16 -
Adam and Lauren
Hughes and Heidi Slagle.
|55- 8-22-16 -
Front of Columbus
Public Library at 96 South Grant
Avenue, a couple blocks south
of the State Capital.
|56- 8-21-16 -
Front entrance to library.
|57- 8-21-16 -
history of the Main Library.
|58- 8-21-16 -
Stacks of books in library.
|59- 8-21-16 -
Rows of books.
||60- 8-21-16 -
Sitting area for visitors.
|61- 8-21-16 -
New conference room
opened in June. Note screen which
computers can be hooked up to for
briefings. Right outside the room
is reference books.
|62- 8-21-16 -
Huge $100K dupicating
machine. Only 3 of these machines in
US. This machine can copy huge maps
due to huge surface. Can also copy
other than flat objects such as vaces, etc.
|63- 8-21-16 -
Racks of original
donations in boxes.
|64- 8-22-16 -
Ohio Genealogical Society
in Belleville, Ohio south of Mansfield
off of Interstate 71.
|65- 8-22-16 -
Nelson and Jim in
front of Ohio Genealogical Society
in Belleville, Ohio.
|66- 8-22-16 -
Emily Slagle 100th
Birthday celebration sign in front
of Marion Senior Center on Rt
309 just East of Marion.
|67- 8-22-16 -
Senior Center Sign
with the Senior Center on Rt 309
east of Marion in the background.
|68- 8-24-16 -
Nelson, Jim and John
Slagle on Emily's actual day she
|69- 8-24-16 -
Bill and Betty Huckaba
& Emily and Nelson Slagle.
|70- 8-24-16 -
picture display at entrance
|71- 8-24-16 -
||72- 8-24-16 -
Emily with walker.
|73- 8-22-16 -
Betty, Emily (beside Betty), John,
Gale, Bill, Bonnie, Jean and Jim on Patio at
Brookdale reviewing the cards received and
|74- 8-24-16 -
Ten at table
at Bob Evans
|75 - 8-24-16
- Bob Evans staff signs Happy
Birthday to Emily.
|76- 8-24-16 -
Jim, Bonnie, Emily, John,
Betty and Nelson at Bob Evans for
our last get together on birthday week.
8-24-16 - Jim, Heidi, Gale,
Emily, John, Bonnie, Jean, Bill,
Betty and Nelson outside of
Bob Evans in Marion, Ohio
- Gale Slagle prepared 150
picture tribute to Emily Slagle playing
continuously at Brookdale during party
on August 21st.
|77- 9-25-16 - William
Henry Harrison tombstone and North
|78- 8-26-16 - entry into
tomb straight ahead through fenc
|79- 8-26-16 - To the right
looking through the game is the crypts
of Mrs and Mr. Henry Harrison. ns cam/600/
80- 8-26-16 - Picture of tombstone from bottom of asphalt walkway.
|81- 8-26-16 -
One of a dozen or so plaques, Death of a President
||82- 8-26-16 -
Plaque, Child of the Revolution.
|83- 8-26-16 - Plaque, The
||84- 8-26-16 - Plaque, Life
at North Bend
|85 - 8-25-16 - Plaque, Harrison Resume.||86 - 8-25-16 - John Cleves
Symmes historical marker across the street from the
plaque display and up th road a 100 yards.
|87 - 8-25-16
- Other side of prior historical marker, Congress
|88 - 8-25-16
- Congress Green Cemetery sign
|89 - 8-25-16 - Congress Green Cemetery||90 - 8-25-16 - Jim and Historical marker.|
|91- 8-25-16 -
Other side of historical marker in prior
picture. Plaque is
beside area where William Henry Harrison lived when Benjamin
Harrison was buried.
|92 - 8-25-16 Blank|
|93 - 8-25-16 - Great
American Ball Park, home of the Cincinnati Reds
since 1982. On the mound in Joe Nuxhall. Brother Jim and I toured
the stadium and in stadium Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame.
|94 - 8-25-16 - Nelson and
|95 - 8-25-16
- Looking out front gate to stadium toward downtown
|96 - 8-25-16
- Nelson with two Cincinnati mascots, Redlegs and
|97 - 8-25-16 - Nelson with
two Cincinnati mascots, Redlegs and
|98 - 8-25-16 - Statutes of
Liberty and Mickey Mouse. Presented
to Cincy for hosting all star game by New York and Angels.
|99 - 8-25-16 - Picnic Area
for fans. Far left is a play area for
children. The concrete area at the bottom of the picture is the
location of Left Field at the prior ball park, that
was torn down and replaced with current stadium.
|100 - 8-25-16 - Rose
Garden with a white rose in the middle
(not in bloom) pinpointing the exact spot where Pete Rose
4192 Major League Baseball Record all time hit breaking
Ty Cobbs record of 4191 landed.
|101 - 8-25-16 - Jim in
front of a sign honoring Pete Rose.
||102 - 8-25-16 - From
picnic area looking toward various food
you can buy. Several places including a Chili stand.
|103 - 8-25-16
- Looking out window from a high priced area
where food can be purchased and you can watch game or
go to your seat just outside the eating area. The Ohio River
and the longest suspension bridge at the time built - now 2nd
is shown in the picture.
|104 - 8-25-16
- Looking out the same window as prior picture
showing the Paul Brown stadium where the Cincinnati NFL
| 105 -
8-25-16 - The baseball field and scoreboard from the
right field stands near first base
|106 - 8-25-16
- The baseball field and smaller scoreboard from the
enclosed area where the announcers do the play by play. Note the
Ohio River beyond stadium. Picture hazy as it was taken through
a glass window.
8-25-16 - The infield with press boxes and announcers
booths to the left where prior picture was taken.
- The Press boxes behind home plate. The numbers
are retired Reds players except 42 (Jackie Robinson). 5 is
|109 - 8-25-16
- Jim and Nelson on field just outside Reds dugout .
- Jim on bench in dugout. Tour guide to
- Looking the length of the dugout. Jim on left,
tour guide on right.
- Chicago American building from dugout Jim on
left and 3 tour guides on right.
- Boxes for gloves and face mask and batting rack.
- Bobblehead doll collection in Reds Hall of
Two of oldest were Willie Mays and Mickey Mantle.
- Mickey Mantle Bobblehead doll
- Willie Mays Bobblehead doll
- Top Ten Reds players in 8 categories.
- Top Ten Reds players in 8 categories.
- Miscellaneous stats.
- Ty Cobb plaque
- Stars of the Queen City
- Replica of Crosly Field used from T
- Nelson ready for the pitch.
- Sparky Anderson and Nelson
- Anderson, Rose and Bench uniforms.
- Pete Rose display. They had a replay of Rose's
4192nd hit, the one that bested Cobb's record which was cool.
- Statute of Johnny Bench.
- Underground Railroad Museum, two blocks
from Riverfront stadium.
8-25-16 Paul Brown stadium where the Cincinnati
NFL team plays taken from the Underground Railroad.
- Jim in front of Underground National Railroad
Freedom Center Museum.
- Inside a jail for slaves
- Display showing some of the best known abolitionist.
- 8-25-16 - Slaves chained with guard display.
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