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Description: "Runners are poised to take off in the 5 mile Chili Run. There were 197 entrants, some from as far away as Libertyville, IL."
Description: "In early December, Theresa residents were notified that the Shefond Oil Co. was closing the last service station in the community. At one time gas could b...
Description: View of Rock River Street during the annual outdoor concert.
Description: "Downtown Theresa on a Friday night."
Description: "The view south from St. Theresa Catholic Church."
Description: "Bonduel Street was named after Reverend Fleurimont Bonduel, a missionary from Green Bay. Bonduel, in 1837, celebrated the first mass in Milwaukee in the...
Description: "American Legion Post 270 celebrates Memorial Day."
Description: "Theresa Main Street (Milwaukee Street)."
Description: Theresa's Emergency Medical Technicians posing for Emergency Medical Service Week.
Description: Landmark tavern in Theresa demolished to make way for highway improvement plan.
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Description: View of a residential district.
Description: "Zimmel Implement has been located at 202 Mayville Street since 1946. They previously spent 11 years at 113 North Milwaukee, the building now occupied by...
Description: "A roller skating troupe rolls down Milwaukee Street."
Description: Elevated view of a parade passing by a residential block.
Description: A banner can be seen above a street in Theresa, celebrating the town's sesquicentennial.
Description: "Betty Zedler, artist, poses with her painting of the Solomon Juneau House."
Description: The Haddys are famous in local dirt track racing. Their son, Tim, kneels in front of a sprint car.
Description: "This view is from St. Theresa Catholic Church. Looking north toward Zimmel Implement."
Description: View of a marching band leading a parade down a residential street.
Description: View of a downtown street featuring bars, restaurants, and a laundromat.
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