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Description: John Kasmiski is a veteran, having served with the 3rd Marine Division.
Description: "This barn is located north of Theresa, where AH intersects Hwy 175."
Description: "This old log house is located on Allen Road south of Theresa."
Description: Josie and foal, Freedom, graze on the Randy and Jayne Steiner property.
Description: This is a very old building on the Leo and Helen Bonack property.
Description: Immanual Lutheran Church (River Church) on AY was the setting for the wedding of Fred Zastrow and Ruth Loehrke.
Description: "Antique Hay Rake."
Description: "Theresa firemen cut up an old car with their new 'Jaws of Life' equipment."
Description: Marilyn Zingsheim's grandparents, Albert and Mary Meyer, and later her parents, Clarence and Gladys Krapfl, lived here.
Description: "Workmen from Southeast Construction Company are laying a 10-inch gas line that begins at Pine Bend, MN and will end at Granville, IL."
Description: "Flooding on North Pole Rd."
Description: "Theresa Main Street in midwinter."
Description: This is the Boeck Farm from down the road a bit.
Description: Legionaries place flowers on graves at River Church Cemetery.
Description: "Players coax on turtles at the 'Turtle Game' at Firemen's Park."
Description: "This winter scene was taken on McArthur Road near the present day River View Hills Mobile Home Park."
Description: "Barn on the Leo Moldenhauer Farm on Allen Road." A gambrel-roof style barn.
Description: Allen Geiger purchased the barn & small acreage in 1988. The address is N8658 Hwy 175.
Description: This barn is currently being used by Howard Van Beck of Campbellsport. Forty-two cows are milked here daily.
Description: "Erhard Luhn comes to the cheese factory in a sleigh."
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