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Description: Eunice Lamers leaves for her wedding to Don Dehn. Her parents Ted and Ceil Lamers are in the background.
Description: Participants are off and running in the 5-mile American Legion Run.
Description: "Beck Motor Sales. This fine 1917 Dodge Roadster is on display in the showroom. Reuben Beck (with phone) and his brother, Gerald, (center) are the propriet...
Description: "A new bridge was built where Zion Church Road intersects Highway 175. The road was later relocated and now passes on the right of the farm building on th...
Description: "Nick Koll and his son pick corn near Bancroft Road."
Description: "A sled was used to convey the milk cans. Shown are Ralph Widmer, Bill Breitag, and Ken Reimer."
Description: "Gordon Loehrke's Auto Repair."
Description: Jeff Adams is in the car repair and restoration business, as is evidenced by the many cars on the property. This property was formerly owned by the Ted Eck...
Description: "This is Theresa Station. Note the Rock River and Soo Line Railroad track."
Description: "Blacktop is being laid at this intersection in the Village of Theresa."
Description: "This is the Reklau farm south of Theresa on Cty Trk P. A portion of the building on the right side of the driveway was moved to the Theresa Historical Soc...
Description: Label submitted to the state of Wisconsin for trademark registration. "Pioneer Beer, G. Weber Brewing Co." Under this in the center is a leaf with the lett...
Description: A view of downtown.
Description: "This was an early bulk truck for picking up milk. The box had room for a whey tank, to return whey to the farm."
Description: These barn buildings are owned by Ken Schoebel, who lives up the West Bend Road.
Description: "Village of Theresa, looking north."
Description: This old one-room schoolhouse is on the Priestaf property. Called the "Good Road School," it was closed in the 1950s. The Priestaf house is a log building.
Description: "Once the scene of bustling activity, the Soo Line depot at Theresa Station now stands deserted. Alphonse Beck is in the foreground."
Description: Replica of Solomon Juneau's house in Theresa Parade. Juneau is credited with founding the town.
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