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Description: "Road workers grade for the new road near the water tower."
Description: "Jerry Burgess, Field Supervisor for Phoenix Fabricators and Erecors, has a 'catchy' license plate."
Description: "Theresa water tower construction."
Description: "The Mart. Mrs. Karl Hoff tends the drugstore in its 'Going Out of Business Sale.'"
Description: "Gordon Loehrke's Auto Repair."
Description: Farmer Ed Radke relaxes in his not so tidy workshop.
Description: "With the aid of a self timer the photographer stepped into this picture."
Description: "Dr. Gregory P. Langenfeld, Theresa's fine family doctor. Greg received his M.D. in 1941, after graduating from Northwestern University. He followed in the...
Description: "John Reklau, age 92, was photographed while busily working in his tidy workshop room that once housed his chickens."
Description: Carl Wetterberg, cartoonist, drew a cartoon for Ralph Widmer when he and his wife Helen were in Rochester, Minnesota.
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Description: Cover image for the Theresa Documentary 1981, 82, & 83. Volume C. Black & White Photos by Jim Widmer.
Description: "Dr. Greg Langenfeld is an avid photographer, shoots color film, and does his own processing."
Description: Head and shoulders portrait of Ed Radke wearing a hat and overalls.
Description: City children visit the O'Connor farm for a hands-on experience.
Description: "The two halves of the sphere are welded by welders inside and outside of the tank."
Description: "Les Beck displays a 1930s photograph of the garage that is being displaced by the present-day Theresa Cwik Mart."
Description: Theresa's Emergency Medical Technicians posing for Emergency Medical Service Week.
Description: "Theresa's new water tower."
Description: "Robert O. Baker, president of Baker Canning Company. They pack peas and corn and are a wholly-owned subsidiary of Fall River Canning Company."
Description: "The Ward Allen's use this equipment to manufacture their very attractive garters."
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