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Description: "A roller skating troupe rolls down Milwaukee Street."
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Description: "This field is located south of Theresa."
Description: "This home, with stone fence, which is southwest of Theresa, is on Cty Trk Hwy H near Midland Drive."
Description: "The long lens captures the Baker Canning smokestacks, and water tower, on film."
Description: "Shirley Borgman."
Description: "Zion Lutheran Church Wisconsin Synod."
Description: "The camera faces northeast from the water tower site."
Description: "Main (Milwaukee) Street. Six taverns were in business in the span of one block!"
Description: "Water tower view, looking to the east."
Description: "Bonnie enjoys looking out of the window."
Description: View of automobiles driving on a street, entering the city. The Theresa water tower can be seen on the left.
Description: "Theresa's first female Village President is 44-year-old Chris Giese. Chris works in the Intensive Care Unit at St. Agnes Hospital and she and her husband...
Description: "Water tower construction in Theresa."
Description: "The Fred Grulke farm on McArthur Road is framed by this fence on Cty. AY."
Description: "The engineer waves as the steam locomotive bears down the track."
Description: View of a marching band leading a parade down a residential street.
Description: "Auctioneer Col. Ken Schoebel takes charge at the auction at the home of Bill & Norma Rahjes."
Description: View of a snowstorm in downtown Theresa.
Description: "A view from the water tower, looking due south. Groundhog Day was a cloud-free day; forecasting six more weeks of bad weather."
Description: "Betty Zedler, artist, poses with her painting of the Solomon Juneau House."
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