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Description: "Theresa Fire Chief Bob Bogenschneider takes charge."
Description: "Fire Chief Bob Bogenschneider 'cuts' a cake with a fire axe."
Description: "Dwight York, Republican candidate for the 59th Assembly District, hands out campaign literature to Lucille Lux."
Description: "Theresa American Legion members paid homage to former comrades on Memorial Day at the River Church Cemetery."
Description: "Lester Beck, Undertaker. In 1913, Lester's father, Fred Beck, and Robert Kietzer formed a partnership as undertakers and, in 1917, Fred went on his own in...
Description: Gordon and Gayle Luhn were married September 1, 1979.
Description: Jerry and Dale Kedinger pose in wheat field with antique grain binder.
Description: "This old milk wagon will be in Theresa Firemen's parade."
Description: "Landscape on Gill Road."
Description: "When this marker was dedicated, Highway 41 as designated the World War II Veteran's Memorial Highway."
Description: The Linderts have lived here since 1990. They still utilize this old smokehouse.
Description: The Bonacks, with their dog Bailey, have this old structure on their property.
Description: Nighttime winter view with a snow-covered tree in the foreground. Houses in the background.
Description: "Baker Canning Co. watertower."
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...
Description: Winter scene with a car on Hwy. 41 near in Dodge Co., Wisconsin. Caption: "On a cold, windy day, snow drifts across Hwy 41."
Description: "Civil War Re-enactor."
Description: Companies that built sidewalks in Theresa branded the concrete with their names. Stoffer and Schuster's mark is pictured.
Description: Russ and Betty Bodden purchased the farm in 1974 from Russ's parents, John and Evelyn Bodden. August Ahring lived here at one time.
Description: The Koll farm is located on the south end of Theresa village limits at 337 Menomonee Street. Paul & Evangelline Koll purchased the farm from Adolph Neumeye...
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