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Description: "Chuck Trauba releases pheasants on Warner Road."
Description: Brothers Roy (left) and Earl (right) Lichtenberg, are the 4th generation of Lichtenbergs to live on this farm. The farm, at W1918 McArthur Road (Section 17...
Description: "Inspecting this horse power machine at the Theresa Historical Society are Larry Dogs, Alfred Benter, Fred Bandlow, and Martin Koll."
Description: "The camera looks east on Gill Road. S. McArthur Rd. enters Gill Rd. on the other side of the bridge."
Description: "A huge build-up of foam occurred below the dam on the Rock River."
Description: A cheese plate with slices of Brick Cheese, from Widmer's Cheese Cellars, paired with dark bread and a local wine.
Description: Wagon Train continues on McArther Road.
Description: "Workers do steeple repair on St. Peter's Church."
Description: Florence and Harold Wiedmeyer have been married for 65 years and lived here for 62 years. They raised 12 children.
Description: "Scene in the River View Mobile Home Park."
Description: "The long lens captures the Baker Canning smokestacks, and water tower, on film."
Description: "Lynn Zimmel serves a customer at Zimmel Implement."
Description: "Marge Walsch."
Description: Eugene and Linda Bodden live at N8306 Hwy 175 (Section 23). Eugene is shown with his son, Nathan.
Description: "When a fugitive escaped from the Winnebago County Courthouse, Oshkosh, he headed south on Hwy 41 to Allenton where he stole two pistols from a rural home....
Description: Is this a modern sculpture in the Dyer yard? No, Pam uses these ladders for her bean plants.
Description: This barn is a short distance from Cty Tr AY at W1800 Willow Rd (Section 5). Donna Kertscher is an owner.
Description: Immanual Lutheran Church (River Church) on AY was the setting for the wedding of Fred Zastrow and Ruth Loehrke.
Description: "Spectacular lightning lights up the sky on a summer evening."
Description: "Armond W. Behm helps in the harvesting."
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