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Description: "Barn on the Leo Moldenhauer Farm on Allen Road." A gambrel-roof style barn.
Description: "Flooding on North Pole Rd."
Description: The Steckbauer family has lived here for 14 years. The barn is owned by the Schmidt family.
Description: The pie eating contest gets a lot of attention at the Fireman's Picnic.
Description: "The spires of Holy Hill appear in the distance at sundown as some Camelot in the sky. The long, 500 mm lens emphasizes the size of the church and the low-...
Description: The Jasters have lived here since 1981. Previous owners were Oscar and Dorothy Bodden.
Description: "Marge Walsch."
Description: "Shirley Borgman." Shirley Borgman married Jim Widmer.
Description: Brian and Lisa Adelmeyer and sons, Josh (9) and Joey (6), and Whitey the dog, live at W236 Allen Rd (Section 24). The silo is a Martin silo dating to 1950.
Description: "Mason, Reuben Schuster, lays brick on the Widmer Cheese Factory chimney."
Description: "Theresa's new water tower."
Description: Randy Kemp shows off this fine, old WD 1951 Allis-Chalmers tractor.
Description: "Dodge County firemen compete in the 'water barrel' fights at Theresa's Firemen's Picnic."
Description: Carol Frings and Dick Ouellette pose for the photographer outside at their wedding.
Description: "The purpose of this setup was to photograph the Communion Ware for a church folder. Reflections were minimized in this open field. Fingertips belong to S...
Description: "Christmas Eve in Theresa."
Description: "Train derailment. Photo taken from North Pole Road. Hwy 28 can be seen in the distance (left)."
Description: LaValle Christian was born here and lived here for 63 years. They quit milking in 1976.
Date: date unknown
Description: "This Widmer Cheese Factory sign was visible to travelers south bound on Hwy 41. It stood near the present day rest area, near the Hwy 28 turn off."
Description: "Horse-drawn carriage at the corner of Mill and Henni Streets."
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