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Description: "This quartet entertained at the American Legion Annual Birthday Party."
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: This was a reunion of a group that used to meet in the 1950's to play poker. Around the table, starting at the left: Lawrence Steger, Jr., Ralph Bodden, Do...
Description: "View from the water tower looking southwest."
Description: Theresa Lions Club present Joey Bernhard, who is blind, a device to learn braille.
Description: Steve Gephard, and his dog, Roundhead, have lived at W2228 Cty Trk Y since 1989. His parents had a meat market in Allenton for many years.
Description: Bill and Karen Staiduhar live at N7596 Plover Road. At the time of this picture, the family had lived here for one week. The names of the children are Chad...
Description: "St. Peter's at night."
Description: This barn is on the Gordon and Tammy Giese property at N7452 Hwy AY (Section 32). They are pictured with their children: Rebeckah, Jonathan Benjamin, Paul,...
Description: The 'Yellowstone Trail' at one time passed through the village. Les Beck displays a sign next to a present day road sign."
Description: "Arnold Hartmann, using skill, ingenuity, and scrap metal, built this Reeves & Company steam engine in his basement workshop."
Description: "This was an early bulk truck for picking up milk. The box had room for a whey tank, to return whey to the farm."
Description: This antique corn sheller is still in working condition in the Straub barn.
Description: A girl snuggles up to a young rabbit.
Description: The Wisnefske family lives at N9652 Hwy 175 (Section 2). Standing, left to right: wife, Linda; son, Jared; father, Greg; daughter-in-law, Jodi; and her dau...
Description: Judy Boeck and her pet dog, Shadow, live at N8688AY. Judy's husband, Kenny, passed away on March 25, 2002.
Description: Janet Wendling and Marilyn Zingsheim package brick cheese at Widmer Cheese.
Description: "This is the dam at Luhns."
Description: View of Theresa main street including water tower. "The telephoto lens compresses the distance between telephone and light poles."
Description: Gordon and Zora Neitzel are standing on what was once Hwy 175. The highway passed between the house and the barn.
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