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Date: 1940 ca.
Description: Exterior of octagon house.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: River view below the Dam at Beaver Dam.
Description: View of Canadian geese on the ground and in flight in Horicon Marsh.
Date: 1952 ca.
Description: Night view of entrance to Wayland Hall, built in 1855, at Wayland Junior College.
Description: "Mike Jacobs of Milwaukee Journal TV4 interviews Ralph Widmer."
Description: Ron Redman, Theresa's "Walking Man" spends a good part of the day walking up and down the streets of Theresa.
Description: "The camera looks to the new subdivision and beyond."
Description: "Santo Foti posed outside the Foti Drugstore."
Description: "School bus driver Aaron Henning waits patiently for his passengers."
Description: "The Brownsville Village President, Ron Sabel, speaks at the dedication of Dale R. Michels Memorial Park."
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: Krueger's Empire Hotel, the building that stood on the South West corner of Milwaukee and Rock River streets, has been razed.
Description: "View from the water tower looking north up Milwaukee (Main) Street."
Description: The ruins of this home and barn were once the property of Matt Leichtle. It is currently owned by Paul Christian.
Description: "With the Catholic Church steeple looming in the background, Schuster Construction men work on the Widmer Cheese Factory chimney."
Description: "The wonderful old bridge." The bridge was built in 1874 by Frederick Fisher.
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: Front entrance to Wayland Hall, built in 1855, Wayland Junior College.
Description: "Newly poured cement is covered up as a protection for the very cold nights."
Description: "This is the view form the top of the steeple looking straight down."
Description: Roy and Sandy Lichtenberg have lived in a house across Hwy 28-67 for 39 years.
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