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Description: "Road work is in progress as a Hwy 28 overpass is being constructed over U.S. Hwy 41."
Description: The little cowboy with a toy gun on the pier is John Paul Widmer. The pier was on the Rock River at the west end of Henni Street in Theresa.
Description: This building, on the Steve Grulke farm, was once used by Immanuel (River) Lutheran Church. It was built in 1858, and stood near the present site, and serv...
Description: Rosie Weninger stands in front of this barn at W371 Allen Road (section 25). Rosie's husband, Myron, passed away August 21, 2001. Myron's grandfather, Geor...
Description: "Village of Theresa, looking north."
Description: "Making hay on the Paul Koll farm."
Description: "Water barrel fights in Theresa."
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Description: A man drives a tractor pulling a hay wagon through a field.
Description: "Solomon Juneau, a devout Catholic, named Henni Street after his friend, Bishop John M. Henni. Bishop Henni (1805-1881) headed the newly designated dioces...
Description: "Joan Glaab and her son, of Brownsville, start on a boating trek down the Rock River."
Description: "This view is straight south of Widmer Cheese Factory."
Description: Roy and Sandy Lichtenberg have lived in a house across Hwy 28-67 for 39 years.
Description: Widmer cheese float in the Firemen's Parade.
Description: Ken and Sandy Gerlach live on the farm previously owned by Bob and Darcy Bogenschneider, Ed and Nancy Graf, and Alvin and Selma Pfaff.
Description: This old one-room schoolhouse is on the Priestaf property. Called the "Good Road School," it was closed in the 1950s. The Priestaf house is a log building.
Description: "Twenty-six-year-old Martin P. Koll, who was elected Village President at the spring election, posed on Theresa's main street."
Description: "Theresa's new Cwik Mart."
Description: Janet Wendling and Marilyn Zingsheim package brick cheese at Widmer Cheese.
Description: "Ed Radke, who celebrated his 91st birthday on Feb. 5, routinely walks downtown from his home on the north end of the village. Ed, who needs no eyeglasses,...
Description: CEO Joe Widmer stands in the newly added area used for cheese packaging.
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