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Description: "Tammy Nickel - Theresa Fire Department Queen."
Description: Larry and Noreen are planning to replace all boards on the barn.
Description: "This little brook is located near Raccoon Road."
Description: Scott, Grace, and Ryan ride in a tractor on the Batterman farm.
Description: Everett Schulz is involved with Civil War Reenactors. He is dressed in the garb of units they represent — the 4th Kentucky and the 1st Alabama.
Description: "Carl and Gladys Bernhard family."
Description: "Gerald and Grace Batzler are holding shocks of grain at their farm on Midland Road."
Description: This antique corn sheller is still in working condition in the Straub barn.
Description: "Cynthia Neitzel weds Scott Bernhard at St. Peter's Lutheran Church, Theresa."
Description: For 8 years, Laura Mork has lived on this farm at N8369 Hwy 175 (Section 22) with her two goats and two dogs.
Description: John Kasmiski lives at W1763 Zion Church Rd (Section 29). He has lived here for 3 years. Cows were last milked here in March 1972.
Description: Gerry Beck of the Theresa Historical Society demonstrates Solomon Juneau's mouse trap.
Description: The Hoepners moved here in April 1967. The last time cows were milked here was in 1966.
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: "Shirley Widmer reminisces on Spring Valley Road."
Description: "Fields of grain were photographed from Highway 41 (now Highway 175) south of Theresa."
Description: Michael Schneider and his son, Matthew, pose in the hayloft of the old barn.
Description: View of a camera owned by Jim Widmer.
The Stereo Realist is a camera that takes 3D pictures and was manufactured by David White Company of Menomonee Fall...
Description: "Mrs. Ona Johnson's second and third graders — Theresa Public School."
Description: Ed Radke gathering corn on land now occupied by the Theresa Library and Highlander Estates.
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