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Description: "The Hillcrest Inn is a short distance south of Theresa, at the intersection of Highway 33 and Cty Tr P."
Description: Winter scene with car driving down a road, seen from the back, with very tall trees on either side of the road.
Caption: "The same road as on the opposite...
Description: "Theresa's Water Tower."
Description: "Theresa water tower construction."
Description: "Winfred Herberg, a perennial jokester, does a spoof on how to clean a camera lens."
Description: "Snowmobiles make their way along the Rock River."
Description: "Village man, Lawrence Steger, posed in the village truck."
Description: "Parade in Theresa, corner of Milwaukee & Henni St."
Description: Winter scene of Ralph Widmer, the photographer's brother, using a snow blower to clear a walkway on Wisconsin Street, Theresa, Wisconsin.
Written on back,...
Description: "Darryl Koll demonstrates Solomon Juneau's mouse trap to Ralph Widmer and a visitor from Switzerland."
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: "This rail fence was on the Myron Weninger farm on County D. In the distance are buildings on the Paul Beckman farm."
Description: "Main Street on a cold winter night."
Description: "Theresa Sesquicentennial T-shirts were displayed by (front, L-R): Kathy Benter, Arlene Beck, Village President Chris Giese, Evangeline Koll, and Pearl Oec...
Description: "These are the proverbial 'Brick Outhouses' that were found at a one room school at the corner of Fair View Drive and Wayne Center Road."
Description: Dorothy Krueger and Richard and Sandy Yehl review historic photographs.
Description: "Newly poured cement is covered up as a protection for the very cold nights."
Description: Carol Frings and Dick Ouellette wedding. Father Skalitzke presides over the ceremony.
Description: Nancy Allarding and Leroy Koll wedding party.
Description: "These houses on Church Street were photographed from the intersection of Henni & Wisconsin Streets. Note the outhouses!"
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