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Description: "Cows graze on the William Engman farm south of Theresa. The new water tower, at right, is being constructed."
Description: Replica of Solomon Juneau's house in Theresa Parade. Juneau is credited with founding the town.
Description: Winter scene with Shirley Widmer, the photographer's wife, shoveling snow after a big snowstorm.
Description: "Bonnie enjoys looking out of the window."
Description: "This photo was taken from the silo on the Craig and Judy Hahn Farm."
Description: "Theresa from the water tower."
Date: 1962 date unknown
Description: "This is Doyle Road, looking north, near where it intersects with Allen Road." Taken through the windsheild of the photograhper's car.
Description: "Workers do steeple repair on St. Peter's Church."
Description: Shortly after their wedding at Saint Theresa Catholic Church, Eugene Bodden and his bride, Linda Johnson prepare to leave the church in a manure spreader.
Description: "Carrying the casket from Zion, the small country church."
Description: "Water tower view, looking to the east."
Description: Jean Beck and Bruce Dudley with their parents at St. Peter's Lutheran Church.
Description: "The camera, with a long lens, looks across the valley."
Description: "Flooding on Mayville Street."
Description: "With the approach of Valentine's Day, the camera looks through the decorated windows of the Bob Bernhard home. Brenda watches her brother, Scott, playing...
Description: "Michael and Carol Weymier home at 302 Park Street."
Description: "Shirley Borgman."
Description: View of Theresa main street including water tower. "The telephoto lens compresses the distance between telephone and light poles."
Description: "Rev. Herbert Lemke and Charles Koepsell, Mayville, lead the mourners to the grave site."
Description: "A view from the water tower, looking due south. Groundhog Day was a cloud-free day; forecasting six more weeks of bad weather."
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