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Description: There are 27 stanchions that were used by the Beck family. Ron Bernhard tips a manure bucket. Farmers shoveled manure into the bucket and slid it along the...
Description: Ken and Sandy Gerlach live at N8684 Bancroft Rd (Section 15).
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Description: Eunice Lamers and her pet are silloutted by the late afternoon sun.
Description: "This working party at Firemen's Park, drinking Pioneer beer, is (L-R) Peter Bodden, Jack Burns, Philip Schwinn, & ?."
Description: Ralph Widmer, Fred Bandlow, and Les Beck around kitchen table talking over old times.
Description: An addition was made to the hall to accommodate additional offices.
Description: A "Keep US Out of War" and a 38 license plate were on a 1930 Chevrolet pickup truck restored by Eldor Streblow.
Description: Jim and Donna Neitzel own this barn at W1734 Hwy TW (Section 5). They purchased it 23 years ago. This barn has been in the Neitzel name for 100 years and w...
Description: "Mason Rueben Schuster displays a building block invented by his grandfather."
Description: The headline of the "Milwaukee Journal Sentinel" Super Bowl Extra reads, "How sweet it is!"
Description: "At the Theresa Historical Society grounds, Les Beck and John Bodden dedicate an 800-lb. bell that called children to school for 65 years at the Theresa Pu...
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: "This photo, taken by the light of the full moon, shows coon hunter Alfred 'Butch' Muche patiently waiting for his fellow hunters. Kodak Super XX film was...
Description: "Theresa Barber Shop. Jan Reuter carries on the business after the untimely death of her husband, Carl. Her customer is Eric Schaumberg."
Description: "WWII Veteran Les Beck, and Gold Star Mother Lorraine Heinecke."
Description: Brothers Roy (left) and Earl (right) Lichtenberg, are the 4th generation of Lichtenbergs to live on this farm. The farm, at W1918 McArthur Road (Section 17...
Description: The Lichtenberg family, Dale and Sandy, and their children, Heidi and Mark, live at N8874 Hwy AY (Section 17). They have been here since July 1990.
Description: "On a foggy and rainy morning, work continued as this photo was taken through the windshield of a worker's truck."
Description: The milk, after cutting, has been transformed into curds and whey. The curds are comprised of the solids in the milk and the remaining whey is the liquid p...
Description: Elevated view of a parade passing by a residential block.
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