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Description: "Police Officer Bill Poellot makes the rounds on the 'River Road.'"
Description: "Betty Zedler, artist, poses with her painting of the Solomon Juneau House."
Description: Elevated view of the milk wagon that was once used to bring milk from the Wm. Beck Farm to the Widmer Cheese Factory.
Description: Shortly after their wedding at Saint Theresa Catholic Church, Eugene Bodden and his bride, Linda Johnson prepare to leave the church in a manure spreader.
Description: View of a snowstorm in downtown Theresa. View includes Arty's Tap bar.
Description: "Most of our crew is busy today, so only Shirley and Jim [not pictured] visit John's at 1201 Madison Street, Beaver Dam."
Description: "This photo, and all the following, were taken on Memorial Day, 1967."
Description: "In early December, Theresa residents were notified that the Shefond Oil Co. was closing the last service station in the community. At one time gas could b...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: The manuscript notation "Lomira Salems Chuch built 1856-59 of Lomira Brick" is ambiguous. Salem may refer to a person, or perhaps the town of Salem in Keno...
Description: "The tornado destroyed the Martin & Marcella Enderle home."
Description: "This photo was taken from the silo on the Craig and Judy Hahn Farm."
Description: Theresa firemen participate in the Knowles Annual 4th of July Picnic and Parade.
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: Close-up portrait of Mary Brandel, with a house behind her.
Description: "Zimmel Implement has been located at 202 Mayville Street since 1946. They previously spent 11 years at 113 North Milwaukee, the building now occupied by...
Description: William and Edna Knueppel and Harry, Sr. and Leona Geschke farmed on this property before the Jasters took possession.
Description: View of Rock River Street during the annual outdoor concert.
Description: "Fog blanketed the town on a summer evening."
Description: "On this evening we travel to American Legion, Bonau Whereatt, Post 69 in Mayville, WI. Carl "Bear" Bandle is the manager." Note the fish fry signboard.
Description: The John Deere farm machinery manufacturing plant. "Bascule" passage between buildings which is raised to let freight cars pass on railroad tracks.
Description: "Main (Milwaukee) Street. At this time Hwy 41 was still routed through the village."
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