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Description: "Theresa Bank employees from left are Sal Beck, Suzy Erdman, Gene Koll, and Dick Lux."
Description: Widmer cheese float in the Firemen's Parade.
Description: "Downtown Theresa on a Friday night."
Description: "Theresa Firemen's Picnic Parade."
Description: "Downtown Theresa from the water tower."
Description: Street view of Theresa Firemen's Parade.
Description: "A roller skating troupe rolls down Milwaukee Street."
Description: "American Legion Picnic at Firemen's Park."
Description: "The Paul and Marion Trauba residence at 305 Park Street."
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: "Theresa water tower construction."
Description: "City employees clean the snow-filled streets at the intersection of Wisconsin Street and McArthur Road."
Description: "Les Beck draws water from the Rock River to water eight colorful flower boxes put up by the Theresa Lions Club."
Description: "These houses on Church Street were photographed from the intersection of Henni & Wisconsin Streets. Note the outhouses!"
Description: "Road work is in progress on Highways 28 and 67 (Mayville Road)."
Description: "Water tower view, looking due west."
Description: "A workman was photographed as final touches were being completed on the reshingled roof of the Solomon Juneau Home."
Description: A concert on Rock River Street.
Description: "American Legion Post 270 members assemble on the bridge on Memorial Day."
Description: "Zimmel Implement has been located at 202 Mayville Street since 1946. They previously spent 11 years at 113 North Milwaukee, the building now occupied by...
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