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Description: "Theresa Village President, Martin Koll, presided at the ribbon-cutting at the River View Mobile Home Park."
Description: "Suzanne Erdman of Theresa State Bank and Fireman Chuck Trauba hold a sign showing progress of Theresa Fire Department's Jaws of Life Fund Raiser."
Description: Vernon and Catherine Steger live at N8609 Lone Road. In 1988 their farm was recognized as a Century Farm.
Description: "Road work is in progress on Highways 28 and 67 (Mayville Road)."
Date: 1916 ca.
Description: The home of the Ludwig M. Krubsack family.
Description: The inside cover for "Theresa Documentary" describes Widmer's reason for creating the compilation and dedicates the series to his wife, Shirley.
Description: Theresa's Emergency Medical Technicians posing for Emergency Medical Service Week.
Description: Terry Justman lives at W1753 Cty Hwy (Section 5).
Description: "Michael and Carol Weymier home at 302 Park Street."
Description: "Telephoto picture of the old bridge. Note Highway is 175."
Description: "Hundreds of onlookers crowded around the Wisconsin Central Railroad tracks in downtown Lomira eagerly waiting for the George Bush 'Spirit of America' camp...
Description: "When this airplane developed engine trouble, it was forced to land on the Myron Weninger farm, south of Theresa. Hillary Weninger explains what happened."
Description: "Workmen posed at the room that was added to the village office."
Description: "Joe Lackas works on the playground behind the Theresa Learning Center."
Description: "View from the steeple looking south."
Description: "Most of our crew is busy today, so only Shirley and Jim [not pictured] visit John's at 1201 Madison Street, Beaver Dam."
Description: Exterior view of the Dodge County Jail.
Description: Shirley Widmer with Brenda Wilz and children, Chelsey and Logan, walking down middle of empty street.
Description: "Zion Cemetery. Herb Sellnow is laid to rest a short distance from the farm where he spent most of his life."
Date: date unknown
Description: Elevated view of a parade passing by a residential block.
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