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Description: "At the left is a turn-of-the-century (1900) 10 x 8 inch glass plate negative of Mayville's Main Street. In contrast are thirty-five 35mm negatives."
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: A man in a hat sits on the back porch of the Brandel family house with the family dog, Max.
Description: Jim Widmer photographing the exterior of The Marsh Inn for his fish fry series. Andy Kraushaar photographed Widmer at work on his documentary project. Krau...
Description: These barn buildings are owned by Ken Schoebel, who lives up the West Bend Road.
Description: "Ralph Widmer blows snow off the sidewalk along Wisconsin Street."
Date: 1922 ca.
Description: Members of the Brandel family (probably), two men and one woman, pose on Main Street.
Description: "As the Bush campaign train rolled through Lomira around 12:45, onlookers hoping to catch a glimpse of President Bush had to settle for waves from Barbara...
Description: "Blacktop is being laid at this intersection in the Village of Theresa."
Description: "The wonderful old bridge." The bridge was built in 1874 by Frederick Fisher.
Description: This map is ink on tracing cloth and shows lot and block numbers, depot, railroads and side tracks, and streets in sections 24 and 25, T.11, R.16E. The map...
Description: "With windchill factors below zero, firemen battled this fire at Das Pioneer Bier haus, operated by Mike Polster. Former proprietors were John Miller, Henr...
Description: "NJ's South Main Pub is located at 122 South Milwaukee Street, Theresa. Our guest today is Richard Yehl."
Description: "Mason, Reuben Schuster, lays brick on the Widmer Cheese Factory chimney."
Description: "Dodge County firemen compete in the 'water barrel' fights at Theresa's Firemen's Picnic."
Date: date unknown
Description: Cover image for the Theresa Documentary 1981, 82, & 83. Volume C. Black & White Photos by Jim Widmer.
Description: "Heavy-duty moving equipment from Michels Pipeline of Brownsville helped to move derailed cars back onto the tracks. Within 27 hours, all cars were righted...
Description: "Christmas Eve in Theresa."
Description: "Our group visits Hustisford, WI and we dine at the Lake St. Hotel. Later we learn that the name was changed, about two months ago, and it is now called Mo...
Date: 1917 ca.
Description: Interior of the Assembly Presbyterian Church on the 50th anniversary of Dr. T.S. Johnson as pastor.
Description: "This Widmer Cheese Factory sign was visible to travelers south bound on Hwy 41. It stood near the present day rest area, near the Hwy 28 turn off."
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