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Description: Paul and Carol Frank have been married 43 years. They milk 20 cows that produce about 800 lbs. of milk daily.
Description: Allen Eilbes stands by this very old smokehouse. They used to smoke sausage in here.
Date: date unknown
Description: View of farmland featuring farmhouses, barns, and a water tower.
Date: 1924 ca.
Description: Mrs. Brandel poses outdoors in the yard near the house with Max the family dog and a toy rabbit at her feet.
Description: "Train derailment. Photo taken from North Pole Road. Hwy 28 can be seen in the distance (left)."
Description: Theresa pitcher Brian Weber leads his team to a 21-2 victory over Mayville.
Description: "Pioneer reenactors set up their tents on the Rock River in Mayville."
Description: "Jerry Burgess, Field Supervisor for Phoenix Fabricators and Erecors, has a 'catchy' license plate."
Description: Outdoor portrait of Florentina Krueger sitting in a chair with her two children, Jennie and Edgar Krueger, standing on either side of her. A book is laid...
Description: "Pastor John Berg presides at the Ladies' Aid Meeting at St. Peter's Lutheran Church." Participants include from bottom left around table, Shirley Widmer,...
Description: "This old log house is located on Allen Road south of Theresa."
Description: Close-up of a container of the frozen cultures which are added to the milk for the development of lactic acid in the cheesemaking process.
Description: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Leichtle.
Description: Elevated view of County Fair, including Ferris wheel and horse racetrack. The postcard is titled "The World's Best County Fair, Beaver Dam, Wis."
Promotions on Paper, 1850s-1975
Description: Shirley Widmer with Brenda Wilz and children, Chelsey and Logan, walking down middle of empty street.
Description: View of an article on Theresa's "best kept secret," Custom Accessories, a manufacturer of garters for the wedding industry.
Description: Florence and Harold Wiedmeyer have been married for 65 years and lived here for 62 years. They raised 12 children.
Description: Krueger's Empire Hotel, the building that stood on the South West corner of Milwaukee and Rock River streets, has been razed.
Description: View of Shirley Widmer shoveling snow after a big snowstorm.
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