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Description: John and Tammy Roecker with their children Cayla 3, Courtlyn 4, and (not pictured) Cody & Cassie. They live across the road from this barn at W4161 Mountai...
Description: Elderly Ed Radke makes his way around the Ziemer property.
Description: Al Trauba and Ed Radke are interested bystanders at the Ziemer auction.
Date: 1922 ca.
Description: Mary Brandel poses outdoors on a porch in what appears to be undergarments or sleepwear.
Description: The Roeckers, who live across the road, have lived there for 1 1/2 years. These farm buildings are owned by Rob Ehlers of Mayville.
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: Reagan, the dog (named after the past president) joined the Krueger family for this group portrait.
Description: Fritz Ziemer home from the back.
Description: Built in 1916, the Theresa Village Dam has played a large part in the appearance of the Rock River. Dam is pictured in winter.
Description: Widmer cheese float in the Firemen's Parade.
Description: American Legion Post 270 celebrates Memorial Day.
Description: "There are some imposing hills on Lone Road. The camera faces north."
Description: "Bicyclist, Mark Musack, one of Theresa's best 'Paper Persons,' making the rounds on 'The Reporter' route."
Description: Front view of the Ackerman farmhouse, built about 1841, located at University Avenue and East Mill Street.
Description: "View from the steeple looking south."
Description: "Les Beck draws water from the Rock River to water eight colorful flower boxes put up by the Theresa Lions Club."
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: "This workman is painting 'Theresa' on the water tower."
Description: A shot of Theresa's Sesquicentennial parade.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: View down unpaved street towards the old part of town. Several horse-drawn carriages are parked on both sides of the street. A group of men, women and chil...
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