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Description: "Ed Radke, who celebrated his 91st birthday on Feb. 5, routinely walks downtown from his home on the north end of the village. Ed, who needs no eyeglasses,...
Description: "Harvey Bogenschneider Service Station. Two days before the impending auction, Bob, Harvey, & Dennis Bogenschneider, with help of Lisa Graf, ready items fo...
Description: "Theresa's Bonduel & Wisconsin Streets from the air."
Description: View of Main Street from under the canopy of a tree in the spring or summer. A row of two or three-story brick buildings with awnings is visible.
Description: "Ward Woltman, Oak Grove, poses at Char [Haus] Pub and Grill, 400 South Center Street, Beaver Dam."
Description: "As you look north, North Pole Road intersects DD. At the right is Theresa Station."
Description: This map shows a plat of the town, local streets, lots, and part of the Rock River. The margins of the map have manuscript annotations in ink.
Description: "American Legion members march up Main Street."
Description: View of an intersection of dirt roads, with a large building, possibly an inn or apartment building on the right. A carriage or car is parked in front of...
Description: Ron Redman, Theresa's "Walking Man" spends a good part of the day walking up and down the streets of Theresa.
Description: View of the plat map of Theresa, copyright by General Map Company, 1952.
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: "Memorial Day."
Description: "School bus driver Aaron Henning waits patiently for his passengers."
Description: Krueger's Empire Hotel, the building that stood on the South West corner of Milwaukee and Rock River streets, has been razed.
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: "Bicyclist, Mark Musack, one of Theresa's best 'Paper Persons,' making the rounds on 'The Reporter' route."
Description: "This restaurant at 315 Washington Street in Horicon has had many different owners through the years. The latest owners call their place Barduccio's."
Description: "George Bush Campaign Train visits Lomira."
Description: Shortly after their wedding at Saint Theresa Catholic Church, Eugene Bodden and his bride, Linda Johnson prepare to leave the church in a manure spreader.
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