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Description: Crowd looks on as crew demolishes building across street.
Description: "Michael and Carol Weymier home at 302 Park Street."
Description: "This workman is painting 'Theresa' on the water tower."
Description: "Theresa Station. Situated at the end of DD, the village was once known as Marshville. Two feed mills, a lumber yard, and the Soo Line tracks made for quit...
Description: "Theresa water tower base."
Description: Mark and Vicky Kletzien, with their children, Ben and Mindy, live at N9742 Cty Road. AY. Just a bit north of the Theresa Township line.
Description: These barn buildings are owned by Ken Schoebel, who lives up the West Bend Road.
Description: "Soo Line Railroad Station. Before the days of radio, some of the local men would huddle around the telegraph key as reports came over the wire of a prize...
Description: "Shirley Widmer poses on the now completed water tower base."
Description: "The long lens compresses this view from the frozen Rock River in the foreground, the Catholic cemetery, and the Haag farm buildings in the distance."
Description: Justman-Hahn wedding guests congregate at Zion Lutheran Church.
Description: "Les Beck draws water from the Rock River to water eight colorful flower boxes put up by the Theresa Lions Club."
Description: "The view south from St. Theresa Catholic Church."
Description: The Gogert barn is on its last legs.
Description: "Progress on Valley Estates Subdivision."
Description: "This photo was taken from the silo on the Craig and Judy Hahn Farm."
Description: "Main Street on a cold winter night."
Description: "Armand Quick, one of Theresa's most famous sons, died in late January and is buried in the family plot at the Catholic Cemetery. Quick was famous for his...
Description: "A workman was photographed as final touches were being completed on the reshingled roof of the Solomon Juneau Home."
Description: "Today we visit Cinder's in Farmersville. Their address is N10113 Hwy Z, Mayville, WI."
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