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Description: Elevated view of the milk wagon that was once used to bring milk from the Wm. Beck Farm to the Widmer Cheese Factory.
Description: "This is Theresa Station. Note the Rock River and Soo Line Railroad track."
Description: "While working on St. Paul's Lutheran 'Half Way' church, between Lomira & Theresa, a workman was killed when he fell off the scaffolding on the left."
Description: "The Hillcrest Inn is a short distance south of Theresa, at the intersection of Highway 33 and Cty Tr P."
Description: "Main Street taken with a telephoto lens."
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: A shot of a snowy Main Street in Theresa, Wisconsin.
Description: Rodney and Laurie Justman live at W1910 Hwy TW (Section 5). They purchased the farm in 1975. Rodney's first wife, Jeanine, died in July 1996.
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Description: "This Widmer Cheese Factory sign was visible to travelers south bound on Hwy 41. It stood near the present day rest area, near the Hwy 28 turn off."
Description: "Theresa water tower base."
Description: "Steeplejack, Tim McNitt, was asked to take some photos from the top of the steeple. This is the result obtained when he held a motorized camera with a 20m...
Description: Theresa's Emergency Medical Technicians posing for Emergency Medical Service Week.
Description: This barn, owned by Susan Keller, is located at W1363 Zion Church Road (Section 33). The property was purchased 31 years ago on June 15, 1973.
Description: "In the early morning hours, a new month dawns on the small village of Theresa. The village is now in the 130th year of its existence." The village marke...
Description: "Water tower view, looking due west."
Description: "A view from the water tower, looking due south. Groundhog Day was a cloud-free day; forecasting six more weeks of bad weather."
Description: This antique Dixie gas pump is on the LeRoy and Mary Priesgen property at N7502 Doyle Road. They have lived here since 1960.
Description: "Theresa Bank employees from left are Sal Beck, Suzy Erdman, Gene Koll, and Dick Lux."
Description: Theresa landmark disappeared over the weekend as part of the highway improvement plan. Originally built by Morris Lehner, the tavern and restaurant was a p...
Description: Crowd looks on as crew demolishes building across street.
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