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Description: "High winds played havoc with the cross on St. Peter's Lutheran Church. Steeplejack, Tim McNitt, of Kiel was called in to rectify the 'leaning cross.'"
Description: Shirley Widmer holds a book that features photographs by French photographer, Henri Cartier Bresson. The book was purchased for $15.00 in 1950 and then sol...
Description: Andrew and Jennifer Henckel & children, Luke and Leah, live at the end of a dead-end road at N7791 Freedom Road (Section 26).
Description: "Library. Situated above the firehouse. Librarians Nancy Koll and Judy Scheirer estimate that they have about 5,000 books and periodicals."
Description: Carl Bandle is the operator of the Bear's Den.
Description: The Todd Bodden family poses by this wonderful, old silo, which was built in 1910. One can only imagine how many field stones were used in the 12-inch thic...
Description: Lawrence and Dorthy Klotz live at W728 Zion Church Road (Section 26). They moved here 34 years ago.
Date: 1962 date unknown
Description: "This is Doyle Road, looking north, near where it intersects with Allen Road." Taken through the windsheild of the photograhper's car.
Description: An original cartoon given to Ralph Widmer by the famous cartoonist, Walt Wetterberg, whose cartoon, "Ada The Aryshire," appears regularly in the "Farm Jour...
Description: Mike and Jody Battisti (left) live at W2369 Zion Church Rd (Section 32). This farm was in the Zimmerman family from 1855-1994. Erhard Zimmerman and daughte...
Description: "After an ice storm, poles were down on Hwy 175, south of Theresa."
Description: Workers are busy filling the stainless steel Brick Cheese forms with curds.
Description: John and Tammy Roecker with their children Cayla 3, Courtlyn 4, and (not pictured) Cody & Cassie. They live across the road from this barn at W4161 Mountai...
Description: Crowds stand near horse-drawn wagons at the Amish Auction.
Description: Images of the American flag appear in tiny droplets of water.
Description: This combination smokehouse and milkhouse are still standing on the Giese property.
Description: "Painting on Theresa's water tower."
Description: Sauer/Bodden wedding. Nuns on their way to Saint Theresa Catholic Church. Note the cross was damaged in a wind storm.
Description: The slabs of cheese are put through a curd mill, which makes the popular Cheddar Cheese Curds.
Description: "Sportsmen's Bar — Ed Lenz, Prop."
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