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Description: "The Hillcrest Inn is a short distance south of Theresa, at the intersection of Highway 33 and Cty Tr P."
Description: "Amish Auction."
Description: "Theresa library board members, Peggy Langenfeld, Sandy Merchant, Betty Bodden, and Ralph Widmer pose with a fund-raiser sign."
Description: "Gordon Neitzel keeps tabs on a village election."
Description: "This photo was taken deep in the Neda mine where conditions are monitored closely."
Description: "Our waitresses at The Hillcrest Inn, are Faye (seated) and Beth (standing).
Description: "First assistant fire chief Chuck Trauba and fireman, Dale Krueger, surveyed the damage along the tracks with an overturned railcar as a backdrop."
Description: "Standing at the Weber Brewery, 'Gebby' Weber holds a photo that appeared in the March 19, 1961 Milwaukee Journal shortly before the brewery's demise."
Description: "A groundbreaking ceremony was held for Theresa's new library."
Description: "Our waitress, Laurie Kuehl, sits down and jokes with us at the Mosey on Inn. Laurie informs us that her brother is the proprietor and her mother helps out...
Description: Legionaries place flowers on graves at River Church Cemetery.
Description: "The two halves of the sphere are welded by welders inside and outside of the tank."
Description: Jim and Donna Neitzel live on this farm at W2129 Hwy TW (Section 7). This barn has been in the Neitzel name for 100 years and will be deemed a Century Farm...
Description: "Looking out from the Neda Mine."
Description: View of the furnace at Malleable Iron Range Company. Caption on stereoview reads, "No. 4 One side of the Malleable Iron furnace. Note the provision for ski...
Description: This barn on the Nickel farm was built in 1919 by Ed Radke. The Nickels are still milking 50 cows.
Description: Carol Frings and Dick Ouellette wedding. Father Skalitzke presides over the ceremony.
Description: "Mayville news reporters at the train derailment site are Andrea Hansen and Andrew Johnson."
Description: "Paul O. Koll readied his hilly terrain for spring planting."
Description: Sterr-Grothhouse wedding at Saint Andrew's Catholic Church.
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