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Description: Is this a modern sculpture in the Dyer yard? No, Pam uses these ladders for her bean plants.
Description: "Theresa library board members, Peggy Langenfeld, Sandy Merchant, Betty Bodden, and Ralph Widmer pose with a fund-raiser sign."
Description: View from behind Don's Gas Station, with tractors displayed on front, on Columbus Street.
Description: "A groundbreaking ceremony was held for Theresa's new library."
Description: Lloyd and Kim Hilgendorf live at W2050 McArthur (Section 17). After working in the iron mines at Neda, Lloyds's great-grandfather, Whilhelm Hilgendorf, and...
Description: "Preparations were made to move this building to the Theresa Historical Society grounds."
Description: A woman playfully spins another woman (probably her daughter) in a yard in front of a house. There is a lake in the background.
Date: 1904 ca.
Description: Winter scene with August Krueger standing in the snow next next to a snow covered pine tree.
Description: Eugene and Linda Bodden live at N8306 Hwy 175 (Section 23). Eugene is shown with his son, Nathan.
Description: "Construction of the dam in Theresa Marsh."
Description: This neatly-kept barn at W903 Hwy DD (Section 11) is owned by Ron and Karen Bernhard. They purchased the farm in 1990 from the William Beck family.
Description: Exterior view of the William Wills homestead. The family, including a dog, stands around the front porch. One young girl is standing inside the house looki...
Description: "Theresa village president, Chris Giese, accepts a Growth Award for outstanding tree management in the village of Theresa."
Description: "The pyramid Supper Club is on Hwy 33, east of Beaver Dam, WI." From left to right; Ralph "Buddy" Ruecker, Ralph Widmer, and Shirley Widmer. View at night.
Description: "Theresa's first female Village President is 44-year-old Chris Giese. Chris works in the Intensive Care Unit at St. Agnes Hospital and she and her husband...
Description: Full-length outdoor portrait of Florentina Krueger standing while resting her right arm on a log stump shaped into a chair. She is holding a pair of white...
Description: Goetsch family monument located at the Juneau cemetery.
Description: Jennie and Edgar Krueger standing on the porch with a decorated Christmas tree between them. Toys they received as presents are displayed on the steps in f...
Description: Exterior of Albert Kaepernick Jr.'s McCormick-Deering farm equipment dealership. A poster in the front window reads: "Throw your scrap into the fight!".
Description: The Boddens purchased the farm from Pete and Helen Bodden in 1978. Pete last milked in 1968. Eugene is shown with his son, Nathan.
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