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Description: "Catholic Cemetery."
Description: "Maple syrup was made on the Leo Moldenhaurer farm located on Allen Road in the town of Theresa."
Description: "John Reklau, age 92, was photographed while busily working in his tidy workshop room that once housed his chickens."
Description: "Dismantling St. Theresa Catholic School."
Description: "This barn is located north of Theresa, where AH intersects Hwy 175."
Description: Models at the Sentinal Photo Show.
Description: "Arlene Beck and Evangeline Koll display portraits of Solomon Juneau and Josette Juneau."
Description: "Bicyclist, Mark Musack, one of Theresa's best 'Paper Persons,' making the rounds on 'The Reporter' route."
Description: View from a stage of a gathering of the Homemaker Club.
Description: Newly married Mr. and Mrs. Sauer open wedding gifts.
Description: Terry Justman lives at W1753 Cty Hwy (Section 5).
Description: "Bike riders cross the Rock River near the intersection of AY & Gill Road."
Description: "Mayville photographer, Edgar G. Mueller, covers a parade in Theresa."
Description: "With tape recorders catching every word, Les Beck, right, reads from his mother's diaries. Ralph Widmer, left, and Fred Bandlow, center, add to their vivi...
Description: Louie Beck was the last World War I veteran of Theresa's American Legion Post. Mr. Beck passed away in December 1980.
Description: "Mason Rueben Schuster displays a building block invented by his grandfather."
Description: "Woodsmen, Tony Jaster and Alphonse Beck, pose with a 200-year-old red oak log."
Description: Horses and carriage at the east end of Henni Street in winter.
Description: This building, on the Steve Grulke farm, was once used by Immanuel (River) Lutheran Church. It was built in 1858, and stood near the present site, and serv...
Description: Mike and Cindy Wollner have two beautiful, gentle Arabian horses as pets. Their names are Gayezette and Amira.
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