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Description: "Theresa EMTs."
Description: "Mrs. Bruce Dunbar poses amid shelves of fine wine and liquor at Dunbar's Inn."
Description: "Chelsey Wilz, age 5."
Description: "Sam Chemers, wife, & son, Sammy."
Description: "Kay Widmer pulls her toboggan up the hill that is on the southwest edge of the village."
Description: "A lone biker glides off into the distance on a misty McArthur Road."
Description: "Woodsmen, Tony Jaster and Alphonse Beck, pose with a 200-year-old red oak log."
Description: "The famous Blue Angel Drill Team visits Milwaukee."
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Description: View of farmland featuring farmhouses, barns, and a water tower.
Description: "View from the steeple looking south."
Description: Carly Hren pushes Edna Knueppal at the Lutheran Home.
Description: "Workers put the finishing touches on the new water tower."
Description: Nikkormat EL was the photographer's first 35mm camera made by Nikon.
Description: "Hubert Oechsner, Norm Grantman, and Peter Dogs were photographed at the Ziemer property."
Description: "Shirley Widmer conducts a class at St. Peter's Vacation Bible School."
Description: "This barn is located north of Theresa, where AH intersects Hwy 175."
Description: View of an article on Theresa's "best kept secret," Custom Accessories, a manufacturer of garters for the wedding industry.
Description: "Police officer, Bill Poellot, shows off his police dog to Cliff Dogs, Neil Coulter, Gordon Loehrke, and Lynn Zimmel."
Description: Horses and carriage at the east end of Henni Street in winter.
Description: "LaVerne Sterr."
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