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Description: Leo and Helen Bonack, at W2472 Hwy TW (Section 6), have lived here for 38 years. Cows were last milked in 1960.
Description: "Although being quite elderly, Ed Radke takes much pride in his crops."
Description: This is the Boeck Farm from down the road a bit.
Description: Ed Radke stands between rows of crops in his field.
Description: Andy and Karen Schnitzler, owner/operator of the River View Hills and Apartments, 100 Kelly Boulevard, use this barn for their Community Center.
Description: Pastor Aderman prepares for communion at St. Peters Lutheran Church in Theresa.
Description: This group relaxed at the old Weber Brewery. Left to Right: Craig and Anita Ruffing, Les Black, Helen and Fred Bandlow, Shirley Widmer and Russ Bandlow.
Description: "Cows graze on the William Engman farm south of Theresa. The new water tower, at right, is being constructed."
Description: Andy and Karen Schnitzler and "Ruffy" pose in their Community Center. The Schnitzlers purchased the farm in 1980 and began the center in 1988.
Description: "A huge build-up of foam occurred below the dam on the Rock River."
Description: The bride and groom at St. Theresa Catholic Church.
Description: "Groundhog Day... A view from the water tower, looking northwest. The 20mm lens provides a very wide angle of view."
Description: "View from the steeple looking north."
Description: View of shirley Widmer walking past two old brick outhouses.
Description: "Theresa from the water tower."
Description: "Poll workers front to back: Lester Unglaub, Millie Leichtle, Evangeline Koll, and Ethel Rahjes."
Description: View of Rock River Street during the annual outdoor concert.
Description: "Mayville High School graduates assemble at Mayville Firemen's Park."
Description: This is a very early home on the Bellin property. It is believed that Mrs. Leo Moldenhauer (nee Bogenschneider) was born here in 1900.
Description: The old building on the right is the first barn on the Dogs property.
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