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Description: The Schnitzlers posed with this fancy Meadowbrook Cart.
Description: Winter scene with car driving down a road, seen from the back, with very tall trees on either side of the road.
Caption: "The same road as on the opposite...
Description: "Theresa EMTs."
Description: "This is the dam at Luhns."
Description: The Steckbauer family has lived here for 14 years. The barn is owned by the Schmidt family.
Description: Les Beck at Firemen's Park.
Description: "Marge Coulter."
Description: "Gas line near Theresa."
Description: View from a stage of a gathering of the Homemaker Club.
Description: "Robert O. Baker, president of Baker Canning Company. They pack peas and corn and are a wholly-owned subsidiary of Fall River Canning Company."
Description: "Theresa library board members, Peggy Langenfeld, Sandy Merchant, Betty Bodden, and Ralph Widmer pose with a fund-raiser sign."
Description: "Main Street taken with a telephoto lens."
Description: The Disabatos, with their friend, Tim Hanni, are all employed at Metalcraft in Mayville.
Description: "High winds played havoc with the cross on St. Peter's Lutheran Church. Steeplejack, Tim McNitt, of Kiel was called in to rectify the 'leaning cross.'"
Description: "Groundhog Day... A view from the water tower, looking northwest. The 20mm lens provides a very wide angle of view."
Description: Winter scene of Ralph Widmer, the photographer's brother, using a snow blower to clear a walkway on Wisconsin Street, Theresa, Wisconsin.
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Description: "Bonduel Street was named after Reverend Fleurimont Bonduel, a missionary from Green Bay. Bonduel, in 1837, celebrated the first mass in Milwaukee in the...
Description: "Eunice Lamers."
Description: "Postal employees, Sheri Trautman & Mari Marks, are decked out for the Christmas Season."
Description: Wayne and Ruth Margelofsky live at W2202 Hwy TW (Section 6).
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