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Description: This antique road grader was pulled by two horses. The driver sat on the front seat. A second operator stood on a back platform and regulated the blade.
Description: Mike and Jody Battisti (left) live at W2369 Zion Church Rd (Section 32). This farm was in the Zimmerman family from 1855-1994. Erhard Zimmerman and daughte...
Description: "Ben & Catherine Adelmeyer tend their potato crop in a field that abutted Henni & Wisconsin Streets."
Description: Arnold Hartman, Les Beck, and Ralph Widmer lounging at ice cream social.
Description: Models at the Sentinal Photo Show.
Description: "Veteran Theresa Firemen with their years of service. L-R: William Vis 32 years, Harvey Bogensneider 45 years, Les Zimmel 47 years, Lester Beck 58 years, P...
Description: Brothers Roy (left) and Earl (right) Lichtenberg, are the 4th generation of Lichtenbergs to live on this farm. The farm, at W1918 McArthur Road (Section 17...
Description: "Hay was being made on the Edwin Schnitzler farm on Doyle Road."
Description: "Maple syrup was made on the Leo Moldenhaurer farm located on Allen Road in the town of Theresa."
Description: "John Reklau, age 92, was photographed while busily working in his tidy workshop room that once housed his chickens."
Description: "Dismantling St. Theresa Catholic School."
Description: "Bicyclist, Mark Musack, one of Theresa's best 'Paper Persons,' making the rounds on 'The Reporter' route."
Description: "Mayville photographer, Edgar G. Mueller, covers a parade in Theresa."
Description: "Woodsmen, Tony Jaster and Alphonse Beck, pose with a 200-year-old red oak log."
Description: This building, on the Steve Grulke farm, was once used by Immanuel (River) Lutheran Church. It was built in 1858, and stood near the present site, and serv...
Description: There are 27 stanchions that were used by the Beck family. Ron Bernhard tips a manure bucket. Farmers shoveled manure into the bucket and slid it along the...
Description: This very old Pomeranian-style structure still stands on the Gross property.
Description: Friends and relatives hand-pick corn at the Luhn Farm.
Description: "The base of the new water tower is now taking shape."
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