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Description: "A lone biker glides off into the distance on a misty McArthur Road."
Description: "Ruth Zirbel."
Description: "Theresa's new water tower."
Description: A view of downtown.
Description: "The gun site was photographed on a winter night."
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: "The Joe Kohl Family."
Description: Winter scene of Shirley Widmer, the photographer's wife, digging out a snow-covered sidewalk. Caption: "Shirley Widmer digs out after a big snowstorm."
Description: "Catholic Cemetery."
Description: "St. Peter's at night."
Description: "Landscape south of Theresa."
Description: Ed Radke stands between rows of crops in his field.
Description: "Guelig Construction workers put in a disposal system for Widmer Cheese Factory. Workers are from left, Ray Guelig, Herb Sellnow, Bob Guelig, Edgar Guelig,...
Description: "On a hillside off McArthur Road, waste water from Widmer Cheese Factory is dumped into a ridge & furrow disposal system."
Description: Shirley Widmer biking on McArthur Road.
Description: "Bicyclist, Mark Musack, one of Theresa's best 'Paper Persons,' making the rounds on 'The Reporter' route."
Description: "Theresa American Legion members paid homage to former comrades on Memorial Day at the River Church Cemetery."
Description: "The view south from St. Theresa Catholic Church."
Description: "When the Theresa Community Development Corporation had a naming contest for this park, Janet Schuster Checolinski was the winner, with 'Rivers Edge Park.'...
Description: "Water tower view, looking to the east."
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