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Description: "Painting Theresa's new water tower."
Description: "Postmaster Paul 'Skip' Trauba. Skip has been a postal employee since 1950 and served as postmaster since 1966. The Third Class office presently has 220 lo...
Description: "Baker Canning Co. watertower."
Description: "Ruecker family members gathered when 'Buddy' (far right) received his award."
Description: "Les Beck displays beer bottles at the Theresa Historical Society."
Description: "Things have changed since the Oct. 1948 photo on the opposite page was taken. In the 60s, the road was relocated and is now a tangled mass of brush and de...
Description: "Bike riders cross the Rock River near the intersection of AY & Gill Road."
Description: "Members of Legion Post 270 performed a flag-burning ceremony on Veteran's Day."
Description: Ed Radke stands between rows of crops in his field.
Description: "As you look north, North Pole Road intersects DD. At the right is Theresa Station."
Description: "Jim Dobbe & his daughter are silhouetted in the doors of their barn. This is the site of Schnitzler's River View Hills mobile home park."
Description: "Russ Bandlow Hardware. Russ purchased the building in 1950 and has operated the store since that time. His uncle, Arthur H. Bandlow, operated the store fr...
Description: "Joan Glaab and her son, of Brownsville, start on a boating trip down the Rock River."
Description: "Theresa from the water tower."
Description: "This editorial and cartoon appeared in the 'Milwaukee Journal Sentinel' after the Green Bay Packers won the Super Bowl."
Description: "Firemen's Park. The original ball field was developed by George Wolf and later sold to Theresa Fire Department. They, in turn, purchased land to the north...
Description: "Rita Koecher, wife of Paul Koecher."
Description: "Under early January moon, a large Christmas star placed on a silo on the Gerald Adelmeyer farm was visible for miles. The farm is on West Bend Road."
Description: "The seven Bodden brothers; (front L-R) Frank, Michael, Jacob, (back) Ernest, Hubert, Henry, & Ed."
Description: "Village President Chris Giese accepts a Tree City USA Award on Arbor Day."
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