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Description: "Santo Foti posed outside the Foti Drugstore."
Description: "Leroy Koll removes milk cans from the conveyor at Widmer's Cheese Factory."
Description: "Camera study of a dedicated smoker."
Description: "The Joe Kohl Family."
Description: "This rail fence was on the Myron Weninger farm on County D. In the distance are buildings on the Paul Beckman farm."
Description: "LaVerne Sterr."
Description: "Eunice Lamers & Mary Ann Dreymiller. Henry Heinecke farm buildings are in the background."
Description: "Ruth Zirbel."
Description: "Hay was being made on the Edwin Schnitzler farm on Doyle Road."
Description: "Marge Walsch."
Description: "Fields of grain were photographed from Highway 41 (now Highway 175) south of Theresa."
Description: "Lucky Strike cigarette composition."
Description: "Ralph Widmer checked out a pier on the Rock River." Ralph was the brother of photographer Jim Widmer.
Description: "These houses on Church Street were photographed from the intersection of Henni & Wisconsin Streets. Note the outhouses!"
Description: With a stoic demeanor the bride, Mary Ann, takes the arm of her father, Hub Dreymiller, at Saint Peter's Lutheran Church.
Description: "This beautiful stretch of road once skirted the Rock River but was replaced later by County Y."
Description: "Landscape south of Theresa."
Description: "Marge Coulter."
Description: Eunice Lamers leaves for her wedding to Don Dehn. Her parents Ted and Ceil Lamers are in the background.
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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