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Description: "Theresa Firemen Gene Koll, 21-year veteran, models a 1920 Fireman's uniform. Gene's wife, Pam, beamed approvingly."
Description: "Shirley Widmer poses on the now completed water tower base."
Description: This farm, at W1898 Racoon Rd (Section 29), is where Bob and Diane Hechimovich have lived for 32 years. Grandchildren are Allison and Craig Luebke.
Description: "Kay Widmer pulls her toboggan up the hill that is on the southwest edge of the village."
Description: "John and Lydia Reklau celebrate their 70th wedding anniversary at the Lomira Legion Hall."
Description: "Bill Volkert, Naturalist."
Description: Allen Geiger informs Shirley Widmer of the history of the barn.
Description: Theresa firemen participate in the Knowles Annual 4th of July Picnic and Parade.
Description: "Widmer Cheese was a campaign stop for New York Mayor John Lindsay as he looked for votes for president."
Description: "Taking a snooze at the Ziemer auction."
Description: Exterior view of the Dodge County Workhouse for Transients.
Description: Joe and Carol Caspary live at W9473 Zion Church Rd (Section 34).
Description: Glenn and Carol Haddy live at N9654 Cty Tr AY (Section 4). They purchased the farm in 1963. The last time cows were milked here was 1997.
Description: "This workman is painting 'Theresa' on the water tower."
Date: date unknown
Description: Cover of Jim Widmer's "Focus On Theresa" series. Text reads, "How we looked in the late 1940s & 1950s."
Description: Krueger's Empire Hotel, the building that stood on the South West corner of Milwaukee and Rock River streets, has been razed.
Description: The Parishes pose with Lily, one of the 115 Scottish Highland cattle that they raise. They have been raising this type of cattle for six years.
Description: "Village board member, Fred Bandlow, supervised road construction on Wisconsin Street."
Description: Mary Ann Dreymiller primps at her parents' Mayville home as she prepares for her wedding to Dick Leichtle.
Description: View of a residential district.
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