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Description: "When Theresa firemen purchased a new truck, as is customary, other fire departments came to initiate the new truck."
Description: Elderly Ed Radke makes his way around the Ziemer property.
Description: "New fire truck celebration at Theresa."
Description: "Poll workers front to back: Lester Unglaub, Millie Leichtle, Evangeline Koll, and Ethel Rahjes."
Description: Al Trauba and Ed Radke are interested bystanders at the Ziemer auction.
Description: "Dwight York, Republican candidate for the 59th Assembly District, hands out campaign literature to Lucille Lux."
Description: "Zimmel Implement has been located at 202 Mayville Street since 1946. They previously spent 11 years at 113 North Milwaukee, the building now occupied by...
Description: Companies that built sidewalks in Theresa branded the concrete with their names. Stoffer and Schuster's mark is pictured.
Description: "Les Beck draws water from the Rock River to water eight colorful flower boxes put up by the Theresa Lions Club."
Description: The ruins of this home and barn were once the property of Matt Leichtle. It is currently owned by Paul Christian.
Description: "Christmas Eve in Theresa."
Description: "Theresa's Bonduel & Wisconsin Streets from the air."
Description: Firemen Joel Graff, Craig Hahn and Max Zastrow pose in front of the firehouse.
Description: Vernon and Catherine Steger live at N8609 Lone Road. In 1988 their farm was recognized as a Century Farm.
Description: Ron Redman, Theresa's "Walking Man" spends a good part of the day walking up and down the streets of Theresa.
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: "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: Fritz Ziemer home from the back.
Description: Dorothy and Oliver Justman enter Paul's Cafe.
Description: "This is Paladin's Saloon & Cookhouse at 107 N Milwaukee Street in beautiful downtown Theresa."
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