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Description: This barn on the Nickel farm was built in 1919 by Ed Radke. The Nickels are still milking 50 cows.
Description: Theresa's Emergency Medical Technicians posing for Emergency Medical Service Week.
Description: Ron and Marge Stommel live at W913 wy DD. This is the Robert Hartmann farm. Morgan is their grandchild. They have lived here for 25 years.
Date: date unknown
Description: Cover of Jim Widmer's "Focus On Theresa" series. Text reads, "How we looked in the late 1940s & 1950s."
Description: Pastors John Berg and Bob Hoepner greet parishioners outside Saint Peters Lutheran Church.
Description: "Auctioneer Ken Schoebel takes charge at the Bogenschneider auction."
Description: "This is Theresa Station. Note the Rock River and Soo Line Railroad track."
Description: "John O. Widmer shows visitors from Nebraska what Brick Cheese looks like."
Description: "Theresa Lions Tractor Pull."
Description: Gordon and Gayle Luhn were married September 1, 1979.
Description: "Kay Widmer pulls her toboggan up the hill that is on the southwest edge of the village."
Description: "Firemen's Park. The original ball field was developed by George Wolf and later sold to Theresa Fire Department. They, in turn, purchased land to the north...
Description: "Under early January moon, a large Christmas star placed on a silo on the Gerald Adelmeyer farm was visible for miles. The farm is on West Bend Road."
Description: "As a result of the storm some farms did not have electricity for five days. A generator was shared by many farmers and was moved from farm to farm so that...
Description: "Main (Milwaukee) Street. Six taverns were in business in the span of one block!"
Description: John J. Widmer gives "Alice in Dairyland", Janice (Findlay) Aiken, a tour of the Widmer Cheese Factory.
Description: "Nick Koll and his son pick corn near Bancroft Road."
Description: "Train derailment. Photo taken from North Pole Road. Hwy 28 can be seen in the distance (left)."
Description: "'Gebby' Weber, with daughter Karen, hoisted an empty beer keg on his shoulder to recreate the Journal photo on the opposite page [Page 48]."
Description: This antique corn sheller is still in working condition in the Straub barn.
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