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Description: Girls playing softball at sundown.
Description: This blue line print shows lot numbers and dimensions, existing or platted streets and highways, streets and highways to be widened, future streets, and vi...
Description: Laura Rivera celebrates Appreciation Day with an ear of corn.
Description: "Lomira coach, Tim Wilke, was not too happy with his team's play at this juncture, but Lomira prevailed and went on to win 40 - 37."
Description: "Ossie Reimer of Lomira with his dog, Rusty, entertains patients at Hope Nursing Home."
Description: Beck Motors' Antique 1917 Dodge Roadster leads the Lomira High School Band.
Description: "In Lomira, a Kondex Corp. employee was killed when three derailed railcars plowed into the concrete block building in the background at 5:30 AM. Eleven of...
Description: "Waiting for George Bush Campaign Train."
Description: "Village and town officials are present when school administrator, John Phillips (at the podium), addresses the crowd. Coach Rick Bloohm is left of the pod...
Description: Kay Batzler tends her horses on Spring Valley Road.
Description: "Ossie Reimer, Lomira handyman, is pictured in his well-stocked workshop. He spends up to 60 hours, 7 days a week, in his shop."
Description: Paul "Skip" Trauba and Marion Rohlinger wedding at Saint Mary's Catholic Church.
Description: Lomira High School Marching Band.
Description: David Leudtke and Carol Leichtle wedding at Ebenezer Church.
Description: "Julie Benter's frustration is complete when she fouled out of the game with two minutes left on the clock. She is being consoled by a teammate."
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: "Lomira High School students prepare for a play in the school gym."
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: "Lomira High School's girls receive a rousing reception on their return from Madison."
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