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Description: An automobile drives down a tree-lined dirt road which would later be rerouted.
Description: "Pat Bintzler displays one of her prize chickens."
Description: "With the aid of a self timer the photographer stepped into this picture."
Description: "American Legion Picnic at Firemen's Park."
Description: The newlyweds with attendants Pearl Ruecker and Tom Hartwig emerge from Father Goff's parsonage at the Catholic Church.
Description: "Ruth Zirbel."
Description: "This tree was photographed in Bandlow's woods."
Description: "Marge Walsch."
Description: "Bridge over the Rock River in Theresa."
Description: "Village man, Lawrence Steger, posed in the village truck."
Description: The bride and groom at St. Theresa Catholic Church.
Description: "Landscape south of Theresa."
Description: "Fields of grain were photographed from Highway 41 (now Highway 175) south of Theresa."
Description: The wedding party relaxes at Krueger's Hotel after the wedding. Seated clockwise starting at lower left — Gerald Liechtle, Betty Dreymiller, the Groom, the...
Description: "Workers collect bales of hay on the Herb Bintzler farm, which is located on Hwy 41 (Hwy 175 today), south of Theresa."
Description: "Bartender Rita Koecher serves patrons: Russ Bandlow, Les Beck, & (unknown)."
Description: "Lucky Strike cigarette composition."
Description: "This beautiful stretch of road once skirted the Rock River but was replaced later by County Y."
Description: "Jim Dobbe & his daughter are silhouetted in the doors of their barn. This is the site of Schnitzler's River View Hills mobile home park."
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