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Description: A shot of Theresa's Sesquicentennial parade.
Description: "Police Officer Bill Poellot makes the rounds on the 'River Road.'"
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Description: Elevated view of a parade passing by a residential block.
Description: A concert on Rock River Street.
Description: "School bus driver Aaron Henning waits patiently for his passengers."
Description: "The camera looks to the new subdivision and beyond."
Description: Lighted crosses at St. Peter's Lutheran Church. Brothers Harley and Wilbur Backhaus funded the crosses with their wills.
Description: "American Legion members march up Main Street."
Description: "St. Peter's at night."
Description: "The Chuck and Marlene Bernhard residence at WI 363 Hwy 28 (Mayville Road)."
Description: "School children boarding bus #14 after school."
Description: "In early December, Theresa residents were notified that the Shefond Oil Co. was closing the last service station in the community. At one time gas could b...
Description: "Fog blanketed the town on a summer evening."
Description: "Parade in Theresa, corner of Milwaukee and Henni Street." Image features the Widmer cheese wagon.
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: "When the wall below the Juneau House was redone, a rededication ceremony was held. Village President, Mike Weymier, is at the right."
Description: "Firemen's Park. The original ball field was developed by George Wolf and later sold to Theresa Fire Department. They, in turn, purchased land to the north...
Description: "Rev. Herbert Lemke and Charles Koepsell, Mayville, lead the mourners to the grave site."
Description: "Work begins on the new water tower south of Theresa."
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