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Description: "Guelig's Corner Bar in downtown Theresa. Edgar 'Jr.' Guelig, proprietor."
Description: "Ye Olde Village Inn. Ed Paulus, Prop. This was formerly the Arndt property."
Description: "This is Kristi Neitzel's Sunday School class at St. Peter's Church."
Description: Team manager, Tom O'Connor, urges his troops on.
Description: "Theresa Waste Disposal System. Village man, Jim Zillmer, checks out sprinkler system."
Description: "Al Trauba."
Description: "Rain and hail, with sun suddenly breaking through the overcast, were the right conditions for an unusual photograph."
Description: The headline of the Milwakee Journal Sentinel reads, "GREAT! Lombardi Trophy Comes Home."
Description: "Theresa telephone office. Thirty-year employee, Donald Lawrence, solders on the main frame of the central office switching equipment."
Description: "Joel Bernhard, 6 1/2 years old, operates a six-key braille writer with the help of his mother Karen."
Description: "Les Beck draws water from the Rock River to water eight colorful flower boxes put up by the Theresa Lions Club."
Description: Louie Beck was the last World War I veteran of Theresa's American Legion Post. Mr. Beck passed away in December 1980.
Description: "Amish children romp at an Amish auction."
Description: "Brenda Widmer teaches her beginning Sunday School pupils at St. Peter's Church. They are: l-r. Kim Neitzel, Kim Krueger, Jimmy Wendling, Brenda Bernhard,...
Description: Gerry Beck of the Theresa Historical Society demonstrates Solomon Juneau's mouse trap.
Description: "Historical Society members tour the newly-moved log building on the Society grounds. John Bodden and Les Beck are 4th and 5th from the left."
Description: The headline of the "Milwaukee Journal Sentinel" Super Bowl Extra reads, "How sweet it is!"
Description: View of a parade traveling through a cemetery. Beyond, barns and farmhouses can be seen.
Description: View of a downtown street featuring bars, restaurants, and a laundromat.
Description: "Paul 'Skip' Trauba."
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