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Description: "City employees clean the snow-filled streets at the intersection of Wisconsin Street and McArthur Road."
Description: "Sportsmen's Bar — Ed Lenz, Prop."
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Visitors, dressed in their Sunday best, contrast with the rough garb of the miners. Left to right, miners were: Charles Kanass, Robert "Beaver" Smith (hold...
Description: This combination smokehouse and milkhouse are still standing on the Giese property.
Description: "Groundhog Day... A view from the water tower, looking northwest. The 20mm lens provides a very wide angle of view."
Description: "Zion Cemetery. Herb Sellnow is laid to rest a short distance from the farm where he spent most of his life."
Description: Fritz and Sandy Grulke live at W1810 McArthur Rd (Section 17). They have lived here since they were married in 1969.
Description: "Road work is in progress on Highways 28 and 67 (Mayville Road)."
Description: Workers of the Malleable Iron Range Company assemble stove-top ranges. Caption on stereoview reads, "No 14. The building floor where eight different sets o...
Description: Julie Bacon's husband, Stuart, has a license plate collection on the wall in the barn.
Description: Marianne Rolinger and Skip Trauba at their wedding.
Description: "Ralph Widmer blows snow off the sidewalk along Wisconsin Street."
Description: "Painting Theresa's new water tower."
Description: "High over the rooftops of Theresa, Jim Polster and son, Kieth, have the scary job of applying new shingles on the building that houses the fire department...
Description: Street view of Theresa Firemen's Parade.
Description: The old building on the right is the first barn on the Dogs property.
Description: This old barn is at N7662 Madison Road. Brian and Joyce Gogert and their sons, Adam and David, have lived on the property for 20 years.
Description: Ed Radke stands between rows of crops in his field.
Date: date unknown
Description: "The Univex Mercury was a Universal Camera Corp. product. A similar camera was used by Fred H. Bandlow when he photographed Theresa natives in 1935. It too...
Description: "Dr. Arnold W. Boegel receives a 'This Is Your Life' booklet from Walter Sauer, representing the Theresa Lions Club."
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