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Description: "Late in the day, the cows return for milking on the Batzler farm."
Description: Crowd looks on as crew demolishes building across street.
Description: "This old milk wagon will be in Theresa Firemen's parade."
Description: "Traveling west over the Theresa Marsh, Hwy 28 intersects Hwy 175 at this intersection."
Description: "Firemen were given a demonstration by a Flight For Life crew from Milwaukee."
Description: "This view is straight south of Widmer Cheese Factory."
Description: "Making hay on the Paul Koll farm."
Description: "The camera faces northeast from the water tower site."
Description: "This small bridge is on Beaver Dam Road, a short distance west of Hwy 41. Now, the road has been closed to through traffic."
Description: An automobile drives down a tree-lined dirt road which would later be rerouted.
Description: "Theresa Firemen's Picnic Parade."
Description: Wagon Train organized by Everett Schultz family living on Pole Road.
Description: "Flooding on North Pole Rd."
Description: Shirley Widmer biking on McArthur Road.
Description: "Water tower construction in Theresa."
Description: "Theresa firemen cut up an old car with their new 'Jaws of Life' equipment."
Description: "Once the scene of bustling activity, the Soo Line depot at Theresa Station now stands deserted. Alphonse Beck is in the foreground."
Description: "View from the water tower looking northwest."
Description: At Theresa Station, Shirley Widmer and Kake Koll inspect a Wisconsin Central railroad cart, which had been restored by railroad buff Dean Kedinger. The sta...
Description: "Hay was being made on the Edwin Schnitzler farm on Doyle Road."
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