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Description: "Joe Lackas works on the playground behind the Theresa Learning Center."
Description: "Members of the Wilz & Hren families join us at American Legion Post 347 in Lomira, WI."
Description: "School bus driver Aaron Henning waits patiently for his passengers."
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: "Work in progress as a gym and other rooms are added to the Theresa Public School."
Description: "Sol. Juneau's Homestead at night. In June, 1932, the house was moved to this location from its original site, higher up on the hill." Sign on residence re...
Description: "Widmer Cheese was a campaign stop for New York Mayor John Lindsay as he looked for votes for president."
Description: Sauer/Bodden wedding. Nuns on their way to Saint Theresa Catholic Church. Note the cross was damaged in a wind storm.
Description: "Theresa water tower construction."
Description: Lawrence, a WWII Army Air Corps Veteran, and his wife Dorothy, have been married for 61 years.
Description: "Erhard Luhn, Richard Sigler, & Howard Greiner are bringing milk to Widmer Cheese Factory in a horse-drawn sleigh."
Description: "This photo was taken from the silo on the Craig and Judy Hahn Farm."
Description: "Theresa from the water tower."
Description: Stereograph view of the exterior of Assembly Presbyterian Church, surrounded by trees.
Description: Front view of the Ackerman farmhouse, built about 1841, located at University Avenue and East Mill Street.
Description: William and Edna Knueppel and Harry, Sr. and Leona Geschke farmed on this property before the Jasters took possession.
Description: "The base of the new water tower is now taking shape."
Description: "Kay Widmer pulls her toboggan up the hill that is on the southwest edge of the village."
Description: "Downtown Theresa from the water tower."
Description: Exterior view of the Dodge County Courthouse.
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