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Description: "This photo of Theresa was taken from the Ralph Bodden farm. The long 500mm mirror lens compresses the distance from the Paul Koll farm in the foreground t...
Description: "This barn is located north of Theresa, where AH intersects Hwy 175."
Description: City children visit the O'Connor farm for a hands-on experience.
Description: A view of downtown.
Description: Pastor Berg and the Church Council Members.
Description: "Theresa from the water tower."
Description: The Scherr family pose with this old farm tractor, which is still in use.
Description: "Theresa's Bonduel & Wisconsin Streets from the air."
Description: The Lousbergs purchased their property in 1979. The barn is owned by Dan Nickel.
Description: This old building is on George Reichert's property at N9279 Hwy 175 (Section 6).
Description: Leo and Helen Bonack, at W2472 Hwy TW (Section 6), have lived here for 38 years. Cows were last milked in 1960.
Description: Lois Benter's parents, Ervin and Alice Giese, and grandparent, Albert Giese, were the previous owners. The last cows to be milked were in August of 2000.
Description: The Hoepners moved here in April 1967. The last time cows were milked here was in 1966.
Description: "Dr. Greg Langenfeld congratulated Postmaster Paul 'Skip' Trauba when the new Theresa Post Office was opened."
Description: "Theresa mayor Mike Weymeir, his wife Carol, village clerk, and their daughter, Laura, participate at G & Z's Hall."
Description: "On the following pages workmen assemble Theresa's new water tank."
Description: This is the Boeck Farm from down the road a bit.
Description: "The Foti Drugstore."
Description: "Rev. Herbert Lemke and Charles Koepsell, Mayville, lead the mourners to the grave site."
Description: This combination workshop and corn crib stands near the Ripple home.
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