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Description: Russ and Betty Bodden purchased the farm in 1974 from Russ's parents, John and Evelyn Bodden. August Ahring lived here at one time.
Description: The Myers have lived here for 8 years. Mary Jo's father is Jim Schinderle of Mayville. He is a pillar in the Mayville Historical Society.
Description: Wayne and Ruth Margelofsky live at W2202 Hwy TW (Section 6).
Description: The Adams family lives at W584 Hwy 28. Their home overlooks the Theresa Marsh. Jeff and Maureen are pictured with their children, (l to r) Joshua, Michael,...
Description: Scott and Mary Jo Myers live at W2251 Elm Rd (Section 6), with their children, Dylan and Austin. Their dogs are Hailey and Bo. Scott operates Artisan Carpe...
Description: View from below of Alexander Krueger standing on top of a windmill on the Krueger farm.
Description: Jim and Doris Enderle and Jim's mother, Emma and her husband, Lawrence, farmed here at N9473 Mohawk Rd (Section 1). Milked last in 1993.
Description: Leroy and Mary Gygax have been married for 38 years and moved here in 1968. They produce 6,000 pounds of milk per day.
Description: "Trinity United Methodist parish hall, Lomira, was the setting for the Red Cross Blood Drive. Tami Schwartz, 19, is in the foreground."
Description: "Brenda & Kay Widmer examine an ice covered fence on the Jim Dobbe Farm (Sunny Brae Farm)."
Description: Sam Goetsch riding a horse on a farm. In the background is a barn and what may be the support structure for a windmill.
Description: Don and Kim Bonack and sons, Cory and Dusty, live at W2400 Gill Road. They have lived here since 1982.
Description: "Soo Line Railroad Station. Before the days of radio, some of the local men would huddle around the telegraph key as reports came over the wire of a prize...
Description: Gorden Senn displays a bottle that he purchased.
Description: The Wendling barn was built in 1929 for $10,000. In 1991, cows were milked for the last time.
Description: "Theresa Village Board. (l-r) Ray Guelig, Leroy, Gerald Musack, Jim Leisk, Pres. Gordon Neitzel, Clerk-Treas. Ralph Ruecker, Jack Burns, and Harold Adelmey...
Description: Winter scene with Jennie and Edgar Krueger standing on top of blocks of snow on either side of a shoveled path through deep snow in front of the Krueger ho...
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Description: View of farmland featuring farmhouses, barns, and a water tower.
Description: This farm has been in the Weigand family since 1864. This barn was built in 1857. The cows were last milked on the property in 1994. The goat is called He...
Description: Ruth, holding a cat, and Alice Kressin sitting outdoors on a blanket. Behind them is a side of a half-timbered house.
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