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Description: "The tornado destroyed the Martin & Marcella Enderle home."
Description: Girls playing softball at sundown.
Description: Beck Motors' Antique 1917 Dodge Roadster leads the Lomira High School Band.
Description: Jim and Shirley Widmer get the "rice treatment" at their wedding at Saint John's Lutheran Church.
Description: "Trinity United Methodist parish hall, Lomira, was the setting for the Red Cross Blood Drive."
Description: "As the Bush campaign train rolled through Lomira around 12:45, onlookers hoping to catch a glimpse of President Bush had to settle for waves from Barbara...
Description: Lomira High School Marching Band.
Description: "In 1974, Lomira had a tornado that damaged St. John's Church."
Description: Kay Batzler prays while walking around her horse farm.
Description: Trauba-Rollinger wedding, as seen through the glass doors at Saint Mary's Catholic Church.
Description: "The Lomira Legion building is framed in the arch of the Highway 67 overhead."
Description: "George Bush Campaign Train visits Lomira."
Description: "Shirley Widmer walking in driveway of Elmer, Sr. & Jeanette Borgman farm on Spring Valley Road, southeast of Lomira."
Description: "Trinity United Methodist parish hall, Lomira, was the setting for the Red Cross Blood Drive. Tami Schwartz, 19, is in the foreground."
Description: Kay Batzler tends her horses on Spring Valley Road.
Description: Mrs. William (Norma) Rahjes seated at her organ at St. Paul's Lutheran Church.
Description: David Leudtke and Carol Leichtle wedding at Ebenezer Church.
Description: "Moving ground for the Theresa State Bank in Lomira."
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: The manuscript notation "Lomira Salems Chuch built 1856-59 of Lomira Brick" is ambiguous. Salem may refer to a person, or perhaps the town of Salem in Keno...
Description: "Jean Howarth, photographer for 'Country Weekly,' prepared to photograph the Theresa State Bank groundbreaking in Lomira."
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