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Description: "Workers collect bales of hay on the Herb Bintzler farm, which is located on Hwy 41 (Hwy 175 today), south of Theresa."
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: "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: "Water tower view, looking due west."
Description: The Mork property is landlocked. Laura has to drive on a neighbors property to reach Hwy 175.
Description: "Flooding on Mayville Street."
Date: 1960 ca.
Description: View down slope towards the new dairy barn, with a silo on the left. There is a tree stump with sawdust on the ground in the foreground.
Description: "Painter Pat Calkins of Merrillan, WI poses on the top of the new water tank."
Date: 1902 ca.
Description: View across field of a farmhouse, a windmill, and farm buildings.
Description: Peter and Donna Bonack live at W2282 Hwy TW (Section 6). They have lived here 7 years. Lawrence and Ester Neitzel were previous owners.
Date: date unknown
Description: Honey display for Honey Week (November 19-25). W.E. Reim, C.E. Trout.
Date: 1955 ca.
Description: Left side view of man driving a John Deere tractor pulling a square baler attached to a wagon. Robert Krueger stands on the wagon behind the baler, stackin...
Description: "Groundhog Day... A view from the water tower, looking northwest. The 20mm lens provides a very wide angle of view."
Description: Don Bonack's parents, Gilbert and Arlene, purchased this farm in 1955.
Description: "The camera looks south on the bridge on North Pole Rd."
Description: View of the Van Brunt plant. The Van Brunt Manufacturing Company began in 1860 when brothers George and Daniel Van Brunt patented a design for a combinatio...
Description: A group of thirteen men standing in front of a newly constructed barn. Alexander Krueger stands in the back second from left and Edgar Krueger stands in ba...
Description: View across cleared field of a farmhouse, windmill and farm buildings.
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