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Description: "Bonnie enjoys looking out of the window."
Description: "Bridge over the Rock River in Theresa."
Description: The Haddys are famous in local dirt track racing. Their son, Tim, kneels in front of a sprint car.
Description: "Mason, Reuben Schuster, lays brick on the Widmer Cheese Factory chimney."
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: the Williams Free Library, exterior of building.
Description: "Newly poured cement is covered up as a protection for the very cold nights."
Description: "Police Officer Bill Poellot makes the rounds on the 'River Road.'"
Description: A view of downtown.
Description: "Kay Widmer pulls her toboggan up the hill that is on the southwest edge of the village."
Description: This unique, old grainery, supported on rocks, is on the Rodney Justman Farm.
Description: "Main (Milwaukee) Street. At this time Hwy 41 was still routed through the village."
Description: Reagan, the dog (named after the past president) joined the Krueger family for this group portrait.
Description: "This is the American Legion Post #157 at 732 South Hubbard Street in Horicon." The signboard boldly advertises their Friday fish fry.
Description: "The camera looks to the new subdivision and beyond."
Description: "Groundbreaking ceremony at St. Peter's Lutheran Church for parish hall & school rooms. Left to right: Dennis Schuster, Wayne Giese, Ronald Bernard, Marvi...
Description: "A roller skating troupe rolls down Milwaukee Street."
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: The Gogert barn is on its last legs.
Description: Elevated view of the milk wagon that was once used to bring milk from the Wm. Beck Farm to the Widmer Cheese Factory.
Description: "Widmer Cheese was a campaign stop for New York Mayor John Lindsay as he looked for votes for president."
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