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Description: Vernon and Alice Beck and son, Milan, live at W1057 Zion Church Road (Section 34). Their silo is 98 years old and the barn is 150 years old.
Description: "Whooping it up at the Snowmobile Dance at Firemen's Park."
Description: Fred, a college student, son of Ronald and Kathleen Steger, agreed to be in this photo.
Description: "Lynn Zimmel serves a customer at Zimmel Implement."
Description: Dan and Diane Krueger pose with sons, Jimmy, and Jerry (the tallest), on their property at N8990 Sunnyview Road (Section 7).
Description: Bob Baker, CEO of Baker Canning Co.
Description: "Theresa Main Street in midwinter."
Description: Theresa landmark disappeared over the weekend as part of the highway improvement plan. Originally built by Morris Lehner, the tavern and restaurant was a p...
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Description: Elevated view of a parade passing by a residential block.
Description: "Gretchen Radke 9th Birthday Party. L to R: Suzanne Strege, Mary Ann Koecher, Gretchen Radke, Phyllis Rothe, Kitty Schuster, Grace Rahjes, Joan Widmer, Joa...
Description: For 8 years, Laura Mork has lived on this farm at N8369 Hwy 175 (Section 22) with her two goats and two dogs.
Description: Theresa Fireman's Picnic Parade.
Description: Party following the Frings and Ouellette wedding. The photographer reported "the party is getting raucous".
Description: "Theresa Fire Company."
Description: Ralph and Phyllis Bodden pose on their farm.
Description: View of automobiles driving on a street, entering the city. The Theresa water tower can be seen on the left.
Description: "City employees clean the snow-filled streets at the intersection of Wisconsin Street and McArthur Road."
Description: David Huettner and wife, Karen, milked the last cows in 1998.
Description: "Guelig Construction workers put in a disposal system for Widmer Cheese Factory. Workers are from left, Ray Guelig, Herb Sellnow, Bob Guelig, Edgar Guelig,...
Description: "Barn Door."
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