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Description: "The wonderful old bridge." The bridge was built in 1874 by Frederick Fisher.
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Description: Elevated view of a parade passing by a residential block.
Description: "Runners turned the corner at the intersection of McArthur Road & Bancroft Road."
Description: Elevated view of the marsh and silos under a thick fog.
Description: "This tree was photographed in Bandlow's woods."
Description: "Memorial Day at the River Church Cemetery."
Description: Arnold Hartman, Les Beck, and Ralph Widmer lounging at ice cream social.
Description: "These cows were photographed on the Myron Wenninger farm on County D."
Description: "Guelig Construction workers put in a disposal system for Widmer Cheese Factory. Workers are from left, Ray Guelig, Herb Sellnow, Bob Guelig, Edgar Guelig,...
Description: "This old milk wagon will be in Theresa Firemen's parade."
Description: View of a parade traveling through a cemetery. Beyond, barns and farmhouses can be seen.
Description: "Landscape on Gill Road."
Description: "Jody Steger snowblows at the village lift station on Wisconsin Street."
Description: "Auctioneer Col. Ken Schoebel takes charge at the auction at the home of Bill & Norma Rahjes."
Description: "Fields of grain were photographed from Highway 41 (now Highway 175) south of Theresa."
Description: "The engineer waves as the steam locomotive bears down the track."
Description: "Players coax on turtles at the 'Turtle Game' at Firemen's Park."
Description: Eunice Lamers leaves for her wedding to Don Dehn. Her parents Ted and Ceil Lamers are in the background.
Description: "John Lauer with his wife, Patti, participated in groundbreaking ceremonies for a proposed Cwik Mart at the corner of Milwaukee & Part Streets."
Description: "Threshing on the Batzler farm."
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