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Description: "Cows graze along the Rock River. In the distance is North Pole Road and beyond that tracks of the Soo Line Railroad."
Description: "This is the boat landing at Rivers Edge Park."
Description: "Village of Theresa, looking north."
Description: "Telephoto picture of the old bridge. Note Highway is 175."
Description: "Parade in Theresa, corner of Milwaukee and Henni Street." Image features the Widmer cheese wagon.
Description: "Ralph Koll, Rural Mail Carrier. Somewhere in this monstrous snow drift is Helen Moldenhauer's mail box. Ralph Delivers to 264 boxes on his 63.6 mile route...
Description: "Theresa's new Cwik Mart."
Description: "Groundhog Day... A view from the water tower, looking northwest. The 20mm lens provides a very wide angle of view."
Description: "Main Street taken with a telephoto lens."
Description: "The wonderful old bridge." The bridge was built in 1874 by Frederick Fisher.
Description: "For pumping out the milk at each farm, a small gas engine was used to power the truck's pump. Myron Weninger checks the pump on the Widmer Cheese bulk tru...
Description: "When this airplane developed engine trouble, it was forced to land on the Myron Weninger farm, south of Theresa. Hillary Weninger explains what happened."
Description: Crowds stand near horse-drawn wagons at the Amish Auction.
Description: "Memorial Day at the River Church Cemetery."
Description: "This is Theresa Station. Note the Rock River and Soo Line Railroad track."
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: On a windy day bridesmaid Arlene Neumeyer gasped when bride Grace Boegel's vail went skyward, as they left for Grace's wedding to David Schommer.
Description: "The River Church on Hwy AY."
Description: Cherie Krenz Schellinger and her children, Dawn and David, live at 7464 Freedom Road (Section 35). Note the very old wooden silo.
Description: The Schnitzlers posed with this fancy Meadowbrook Cart.
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