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Description: Allen Geiger purchased the barn & small acreage in 1988. The address is N8658 Hwy 175.
Description: Exterior view from lawn of the front of the Oak Grove House near Juneau. There is a sign hanging from the railing of the second floor porch.
Description: The Roeckers, who live across the road, have lived there for 1 1/2 years. These farm buildings are owned by Rob Ehlers of Mayville.
Description: This old building is on George Reichert's property at N9279 Hwy 175 (Section 6).
Description: This combination workshop and corn crib stands near the Ripple home.
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: Brian and Pam Priestaf live at N7887 Hwy 175 (Section 26). They have lived here for about 20 years.
Description: "Barn on the Leo Moldenhauer Farm on Allen Road." A gambrel-roof style barn.
Description: The John and Jeanie Schnitzler family live at N7861 Doyle Rd (Section 26). Pictured are: Kelly Clark, Jason, Jeanie, John, and Amanda Schnitzler. They curr...
Description: "Memorial Day."
Description: Marge Stommel shows off some chickens that she is raising.
Description: The Arnold and Bernice Lifke farm is located on a high hill at W1749 McArthur Road (Section 20).
Description: This very old Pomeranian-style structure still stands on the Gross property.
Description: Leroy and Mary Gygax have been married for 38 years and moved here in 1968. They produce 6,000 pounds of milk per day.
Description: Jean Beck and Bruce Dudley with their parents at St. Peter's Lutheran Church.
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...
Description: "Dr. Greg Langenfeld congratulated Postmaster Paul 'Skip' Trauba when the new Theresa Post Office was opened."
Description: Michael and Amy Schneider, with their children, Maggie and Matthew, live at 807 Allen Road (Section 26). They have lived here for 8 years.
Description: A shot of a snowy Main Street in Theresa, Wisconsin.
Description: "Theresa water tower base."
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