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Description: This antique corn sheller is still in working condition in the Straub barn.
Description: Harvey and Karen Weigand live at N9577 Hwy H (Section 1).
Description: The newlyweds with attendants Pearl Ruecker and Tom Hartwig emerge from Father Goff's parsonage at the Catholic Church.
Description: This barn on the Nickel farm was built in 1919 by Ed Radke. The Nickels are still milking 50 cows.
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: The Koll farm is located on the south end of Theresa village limits at 337 Menomonee Street. Paul & Evangelline Koll purchased the farm from Adolph Neumeye...
Description: "High winds played havoc with the cross on St. Peter's Lutheran Church. Steeplejack, Tim McNitt, of Kiel was called in to rectify the 'leaning cross.'"
Description: "Traveling west over the Theresa Marsh, Hwy 28 intersects Hwy 175 at this intersection."
Description: "Theresa mayor Mike Weymeir, his wife Carol, village clerk, and their daughter, Laura, participate at G & Z's Hall."
Description: "Theresa State Bank was built on this empty lot, on Wisconsin Street, in 1975."
Description: "Kay Widmer pulls her toboggan up the hill that is on the southwest edge of the village."
Description: "This is Kristi Neitzel's Sunday School class at St. Peter's Church."
Description: "The Fred Grulke farm on McArthur Road is framed by this fence on Cty. AY."
Description: Larry and Debbie Zimmel and daughters, Andrea (17) and Ashley (12), live at N7741 Hwy AY (Section 30). The barn is owned by Debbie's father, Art Steinbach.
Description: "Pastor Hahn takes a turn with the shovel at the groundbreaking at St. Peter's Lutheran Church."
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Description: "Jerry Ritchie, of Ritchie Bros., Madison, repaired priceless stained glass windows at St. Peters Lutheran Church."
Description: "Mason, Reuben Schuster, lays brick on the Widmer Cheese Factory chimney."
Description: "The long lens captures the Baker Canning smokestacks, and water tower, on film."
Description: Roy and Sandy Lichtenberg have lived in a house across Hwy 28-67 for 39 years.
Description: The Linderts have lived here since 1990. They still utilize this old smokehouse.
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