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Description: Cherie Krenz Schellinger and her children, Dawn and David, live at 7464 Freedom Road (Section 35). Note the very old wooden silo.
Description: "Groundhog Day... A view from the water tower, looking northwest. The 20mm lens provides a very wide angle of view."
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Description: View of automobiles driving on a street, entering the city. The Theresa water tower can be seen on the left.
Description: Frieda Giese and her son, Lyle, live at 1946 Hochheim Rd (Section 32). Frieda has lived here since 1940.
Description: "Pastor Robert Nolden & Coucilmen posed at Zion Lutheran Church as they celebrated their 125th anniversary."
Description: "Gordon Loehrke's Auto Repair."
Description: "Water tower view, looking to the east."
Description: Theresa firemen participate in the Knowles Annual 4th of July Picnic and Parade.
Description: "In the early morning hours, a new month dawns on the small village of Theresa. The village is now in the 130th year of its existence." The village marke...
Description: Dale Christian lives at W1728 Racoon Rd (Section 29). This farm has been in the Christian family since 1848.
Description: Replica of Solomon Juneau's house in Theresa Parade. Juneau is credited with founding the town.
Description: "A roller skating troupe rolls down Milwaukee Street."
Description: Group of students at Theresa Fireman's Park for Arbor Day activities.
Description: "Traveling west over the Theresa Marsh, Hwy 28 intersects Hwy 175 at this intersection."
Description: "Theresa's Bonduel & Wisconsin Streets from the air."
Description: "Village of Theresa, looking north."
Description: "A view from the water tower, looking due south. Groundhog Day was a cloud-free day; forecasting six more weeks of bad weather."
Description: The bride and groom at St. Theresa Catholic Church.
Description: "Main (Milwaukee) Street. At this time Hwy 41 was still routed through the village."
Description: Ken and Sandy Gerlach live on the farm previously owned by Bob and Darcy Bogenschneider, Ed and Nancy Graf, and Alvin and Selma Pfaff.
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