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Description: "Telephoto picture of the old bridge. Note Highway is 175."
Description: Shirley Widmer with Brenda Wilz and children, Chelsey and Logan, walking down middle of empty street.
Description: "Blacktop is being laid at this intersection in the Village of Theresa."
Description: "After the ice storm it was a mess on Doyle Road."
Description: The bride and groom at St. Theresa Catholic Church.
Description: "This photo, and all the following, were taken on Memorial Day, 1967."
Date: date unknown
Description: "Kay & Brenda Widmer pause on a high hill on McArthur Road southwest of Theresa."
Description: "Parade in Theresa, corner of Milwaukee & Henni St."
Description: Chelsey and Logan Wilz explore McArthur Road.
Description: "The camera looks east on Gill Road. S. McArthur Rd. enters Gill Rd. on the other side of the bridge."
Description: "Gordon Loehrke's Auto Repair."
Description: "Traveling west over the Theresa Marsh, Hwy 28 intersects Hwy 175 at this intersection."
Description: "Dodge County firemen compete in the 'water barrel' fights at Theresa's Firemen's Picnic."
Description: "This is a 1950 Studebaker. Critics dubbed it a 'two row corn picker!'"
Description: "Water tower construction in Theresa."
Description: Elevated view of a parade passing by a residential block.
Description: "Main Street on a cold winter night."
Description: "Memorial Day at the River Church Cemetery."
Description: "Making hay on the Paul Koll farm."
Description: "Guelig Construction workers put in a disposal system for Widmer Cheese Factory. Workers are from left, Ray Guelig, Herb Sellnow, Bob Guelig, Edgar Guelig,...
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