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Description: This is a very old building on the Leo and Helen Bonack property.
Description: "Theresa firemen cut up an old car with their new 'Jaws of Life' equipment."
Description: "Theresa Main Street in midwinter."
Description: Loehrke and Zastrow wedding party in front of church.
Description: Legionaries place flowers on graves at River Church Cemetery.
Description: "Gas line near Theresa."
Description: "American Legion Post 270 celebrates Memorial Day."
Description: Brian and Lisa Adelmeyer have lived here for 10 years.
Description: Mike and Katie Parish live at W2376 Gill Rd (Section 19). They raise Scottish Highland cattle on their "U Rock Ranch." Their ranch's perimeter is the Roc...
Description: "Surveying Crew on McArthur Rd. Sunny Brae farm is in background."
Description: Reagan, the dog (named after the past president) joined the Krueger family for this group portrait.
Description: "This photo of the pipeline looks north on the Larry Luhn farm. The opposite looks south from the same point on the farm."
Description: "New fire truck celebration at Theresa."
Description: Carol Frings and Dick Ouellette wedding. Father Skalitzke presides over the ceremony.
Description: Ronald E. and Alice Justman, and son, Jeff, were photographed at N9341 Hwy 175 (Section 3).
Description: "Pioneer Days is celebrated at Firemen's Park. Civil War reenactors, in period garb, put on a show of battlefield conditions."
Description: "Grain Binder Demonstration."
Description: The Myers have lived here for 8 years. Mary Jo's father is Jim Schinderle of Mayville. He is a pillar in the Mayville Historical Society.
Description: Scott and Mary Jo Myers live at W2251 Elm Rd (Section 6), with their children, Dylan and Austin. Their dogs are Hailey and Bo. Scott operates Artisan Carpe...
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