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Description: Jim and Shirley Widmer get the "rice treatment" at their wedding at Saint John's Lutheran Church.
Description: Kevin Wulff is shown with a load of hay containing 40 bales. He has lived here since 1991.
Description: Outdoor family portrait, in the yard of a house, of the Fels family. George and his wife, Ida, are seated in chairs while their two daughters, Flora and Ha...
Description: Grandma Martha (Goetsch) Buelke posed in front of her farmyard with favorite cow.
Description: "Ed Radke turns soil on his property."
Description: Outdoor group portrait of three women and children seated in a yard in front of a small fenced in flower bed. From left to right, Sarah Krueger, Edgar Kru...
Description: "The Brownsville Village President, Ron Sabel, speaks at the dedication of Dale R. Michels Memorial Park."
Date: 1904 ca.
Description: Outdoor portrait of Sarah Krueger standing next to a snow-covered pine tree. There is a small farm building behind the pine tree.
Description: "Theresa Bank employees from left are Sal Beck, Suzy Erdman, Gene Koll, and Dick Lux."
Description: "Shirley Borgman." Shirley Borgman married Jim Widmer.
Description: Krueger family re shingling an old corn crib. August, Jennie, Edgar, and Alexander stand atop scaffolding replacing the old shingles, while Florentina and...
Description: View of the north elevation of the Booth house.
Description: Julie and her daughter, Jenny Bacon, live at N7673 Hwy 175 (Section 36). The Bacon family has lived here for 13 years.
Description: "This winter scene is looking north on Hwy 175 at Union Cemetery."
Description: "Workmen weld the base of the water tower."
Description: A toddler with curly hair plays golf. He is wearing a sailor shirt, shorts, and shoes.
Description: Marilyn Zingsheim's grandparents, Albert and Mary Meyer, and later her parents, Clarence and Gladys Krapfl, lived here.
Description: Fred, a college student, son of Ronald and Kathleen Steger, agreed to be in this photo.
Description: The major players in the Clausen campaign posed outdoors at his home. Harold Gauer is on the far left.
Description: "This old log house is located on Allen Road south of Theresa."
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