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Description: "Village man, Lawrence Steger, posed in the village truck."
Description: "Ben & Catherine Adelmeyer tend their potato crop in a field that abutted Henni & Wisconsin Streets."
Description: "The bride - Cynthia Neitzel."
Description: Pastor John Berg bats at a church picnic.
Description: "Jim Wiseman emceed a Theresa Lady Lions Style Show."
Description: "Poll workers at Theresa."
Description: "Sam Chemers, wife, & son, Sammy."
Description: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Leichtle.
Description: "Marguerite Olsen, seated, was honored on this day. Her father, Frank Anninger, was a pioneer photographer who took many Theresa documentary photographs. A...
Description: "This workman is painting 'Theresa' on the water tower."
Description: "Theresa water tower construction."
Description: "Although being quite elderly, Ed Radke takes much pride in his crops."
Description: "Susan Rook at Presidential Debate."
Description: Carl Bandle is the operator of the Bear's Den.
Description: "Maple syrup was made on the Leo Moldenhaurer farm located on Allen Road in the town of Theresa."
Description: Pastor John Berg baptizes Ann Kiefer at St. Peters Lutheran Church.
Description: "Today we are at Confections For Any Occasions in beautiful downtown Theresa. On the special time of our 200th different place, we are joined by Andrea Han...
Description: "Construction of the dam in Theresa Marsh."
Description: "Standing at the Weber Brewery, 'Gebby' Weber holds a photo that appeared in the March 19, 1961 Milwaukee Journal shortly before the brewery's demise."
Description: "Theresa Barber Shop. Jan Reuter carries on the business after the untimely death of her husband, Carl. Her customer is Eric Schaumberg."
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