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Description: Gerald and Rose Mary Adelmeyer own this barn at W661 West Bend Rd (Section 14).
Description: A steeplejack works on St. Peters Lutheran Church.
Description: This barn belongs to Adelmeyer Farms.
Description: Water barrel fight: two groups with dueling hoses suspend a barrel in air. Children and adults look on with excitment.
Description: LaValle Christian lives at N7411 Hwy 175 (Section 36). Her granddaughter Adela Kerske (6), and dog Chelsey posed for the picture.
Description: Gordon and Gayle Luhn, and son, Derek, live at N8499 Bancroft Rd (Section 16). They purchased the property in 1978.
Date: 1962 date unknown
Description: "This is Doyle Road, looking north, near where it intersects with Allen Road." Taken through the windsheild of the photograhper's car.
Description: "The camera looks to the new subdivision and beyond."
Description: "Woodsmen, Tony Jaster and Alphonse Beck, pose with a 200-year-old red oak log."
Description: Gordon and Gayle Luhn were married September 1, 1979.
Description: "View from the water tower looking north up Milwaukee (Main) Street."
Description: "Antique Hay Rake."
Description: The Donald property is located on a very high hill. The old silo dates to 1911. The Department of Natural Resources owns and uses the old barn.
Description: "A bicycle clinic was held for young bikers at the Theresa Public School grounds. While Chris Graf registered, her husband Joel checked bicycles."
Description: Immanual Lutheran Church (River Church) on AY was the setting for the wedding of Fred Zastrow and Ruth Loehrke.
Description: View of Theresa main street including water tower. "The telephoto lens compresses the distance between telephone and light poles."
Description: Ed Radke gathering corn on land now occupied by the Theresa Library and Highlander Estates.
Description: Jerry and Dale Kedinger pose in wheat field with antique grain binder.
Description: "This beautiful stretch of road once skirted the Rock River but was replaced later by County Y."
Description: "Theresa from the water tower."
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