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Description: Wagon Train continues on McArther Road.
Description: "Union Cemetery — The graves are awash in snow in the aftermath of the late January snowstorm."
Description: Wally Geschke and Pat Bintzler wedding at Saint Peter's Lutheran Church.
Description: "On Feb. 13, Herbert Sellnow died unexpectedly at the age of 57 years, 11 months, and 16 days. As events turned out, this was the last funeral in the Beck...
Description: "Theresa Firemen's Picnic Parade."
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Description: View of rows of field crops surrounded by other farmland.
Description: "For nostalgia, a steam locomotive made a run on the Soo Line tracks."
Description: "Maple syrup was made on the Leo Moldenhaurer farm located on Allen Road in the town of Theresa."
Description: "American Legion members march up Main Street."
Description: "The Fred Grulke farm on McArthur Road is framed by this fence on Cty. AY."
Description: Les Beck at Firemen's Park.
Description: View of Theresa, looking northwest toward the water tower.
Description: "Jayne Blodgett - Conover Model." A photographer with a 4x5 press camera is shooting from the opposite direction.
Description: "Cows graze along the Rock River. In the distance is North Pole Road and beyond that tracks of the Soo Line Railroad."
Description: "The purpose of this setup was to photograph the Communion Ware for a church folder. Reflections were minimized in this open field. Fingertips belong to S...
Description: Ed Radke stands between rows of crops in his field.
Description: "Hay was being made on the Edwin Schnitzler farm on Doyle Road."
Description: With a stoic demeanor the bride, Mary Ann, takes the arm of her father, Hub Dreymiller, at Saint Peter's Lutheran Church.
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: "The gun site was photographed on a winter night."
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