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Description: Randy Kemp shows off this fine, old WD 1951 Allis-Chalmers tractor.
Description: The Schnitzlers posed with this fancy Meadowbrook Cart.
Description: The Reichert barn is just north of Theresa Village limits. George moved here in 1982.
Description: "Bridge over the Rock River in Theresa."
Description: "Village board member, Fred Bandlow, supervised road construction on Wisconsin Street."
Description: "Mayville Audubon Days bike riders from Ft. Atkinson take a break at Widmer's Cheese."
Description: The pie eating contest gets a lot of attention at the Fireman's Picnic.
Description: "The River Church on Hwy AY."
Description: "Theresa water tower base."
Description: Krueger's Empire Hotel, the building that stood on the South West corner of Milwaukee and Rock River streets, has been razed.
Description: "In the foreground is the intersection of Hwy D & Hwy 175. Beyond it is Allen Road."
Description: Bob and Joan Herbst, at N8560 Hwy 175 (Section 15), have lived here for 6.5 years.
Description: "Marge Walsch."
Description: Milton and Adeline Retzlaff took time off from serving a steady stream of customers to pose with their merchandise.
Description: "American Legion Post 270 members assemble on the bridge on Memorial Day."
Description: "On a cold, windy day, snow drifts across Hwy 41."
Description: "Flooding on North Pole Rd."
Description: Group of students at Theresa Fireman's Park for Arbor Day activities.
Description: "Ralph Koll, Rural Mail Carrier. Somewhere in this monstrous snow drift is Helen Moldenhauer's mail box. Ralph Delivers to 264 boxes on his 63.6 mile route...
Description: "Kathy Thompson, daughter of Arty Thompson, rides a snowmobile during the height of the storm."
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