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Description: Winter scene with Kathy Thompson riding her snowmobile at the height of a snowstorm, through downtown Theresa, Wisconsin. "The village was victim of an ol...
Description: "Water tower view, looking due west."
Description: "Flooding on Mayville Street."
Description: Colorized view of Main Street, East in downtown.
Description: "Groundhog Day... A view from the water tower, looking northwest. The 20mm lens provides a very wide angle of view."
Description: "Firemen's Park. The original ball field was developed by George Wolf and later sold to Theresa Fire Department. They, in turn, purchased land to the north...
Description: A C.M. & St. Paul train at the depot.
Description: "Today we visit Jackie and Donna's Bar and Grill at 160 East Oak Street, Juneau." From left to right; Ralph "Buddy" Ruecker, Carl Bernhard, John Bodden, an...
Description: "High winds played havoc with the cross on St. Peter's Lutheran Church. Steeplejack, Tim McNitt, of Kiel was called in to rectify the 'leaning cross.'"
Description: "Water tower view, looking to the east."
Description: "The base of the new water tower is now taking shape."
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: "Main Street on a cold winter night."
Description: "This is the view form the top of the steeple looking straight down."
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: "A view from the water tower, looking due south. Groundhog Day was a cloud-free day; forecasting six more weeks of bad weather."
Description: "Theresa water tower base."
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Description: Photographic postcard of an elevated view of the Circus Parade on a rainy day. Crowds of people line the street, and many are holding umbrellas.
Description: "Today we visit Cinder's in Farmersville. Their address is N10113 Hwy Z, Mayville, WI."
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