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Description: "A very muddy road leads to the water tower site."
Description: "Ist das nicht ein schnitzel bank? Ja das ist ein schnitzel bank. This bench made by Aug. Beck (1951-1910) used to hold wood so it can be whittled with a d...
Description: "Ralph Widmer checked out a pier on the Rock River." Ralph was the brother of photographer Jim Widmer.
Description: "A 'Hot Stove League' has evolved as locals meet daily in Russ Bandlow's Hardware Store. From left are Junior Guelig, Par Wagner, Sep Hartman, Fritz Giese,...
Description: Opening presents at the Beck-Dudley wedding.
Description: Kathy Benter receives a gift from Santa at the Lions Christmas Party. Her husband is at the left. Lions members are Silver Polster and Ollie Weninger.
Description: The headline of the Milwakee Journal Sentinel reads, "GREAT! Lombardi Trophy Comes Home."
Description: "Theresa Documentary 1975, 76, 77, 78, & 79. Black & White Photos by Jim Widmer."
Description: "View from the steeple looking north."
Description: A concert on Rock River Street.
Description: "Bodden family reunion. From left; Herb, Oscar, Armella, Clara, Joe, and John Bodden, are parents of all these offspring."
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Description: "The Corsair II was a Universal Camera Corp. model that was introduced in 1939. It was cheaply made & had a faulty film advance. The camera was purchased...
Description: John J. Widmer gives "Alice in Dairyland", Janice (Findlay) Aiken, a tour of the Widmer Cheese Factory.
Description: "Rita Koecher, wife of Paul Koecher."
Description: Louie Beck was the last World War I veteran of Theresa's American Legion Post. Mr. Beck passed away in December 1980.
Description: "Gas line near Theresa."
Description: Elevated view of a parade featuring children and adults carrying American flags. Spectators can be seen on the sidewalk.
Description: "Theresa Firemen's Picnic Parade."
Description: "U.S. Post Office. Rural mail carrier, Ralph Koll, sorts the mail prior to beginning his route."
Description: "Postal employees, Sheri Trautman & Mari Marks, are decked out for the Christmas Season."
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