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Description: "This is Paladin's Saloon & Cookhouse at 107 N Milwaukee Street in beautiful downtown Theresa."
Description: "Woodsmen, Tony Jaster and Alphonse Beck, pose with a 200-year-old red oak log."
Description: "As a result of the storm some farms did not have electricity for five days. A generator was shared by many farmers and was moved from farm to farm so that...
Description: "This tree was photographed in Bandlow's woods."
Description: "American Legion members march up Main Street."
Description: "Rudy Hoepner, owned the shoe store in Theresa."
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Description: "The Contax II was manufactured from 1936-42. It was a superb, rugged camera & was widely used by Life Magazine photographers in WWII."
Description: "Nick Koll and his son pick corn near Bancroft Road."
Description: "Theresa mayor Mike Weymeir, his wife Carol, village clerk, and their daughter, Laura, participate at G & Z's Hall."
Description: "Theresa Barber Shop. Jan Reuter carries on the business after the untimely death of her husband, Carl. Her customer is Eric Schaumberg."
Description: Flashy models received much attention from amateur photographers at the Sentinal Photo Show.
Description: "Mike Jacobs of Milwaukee Journal TV4 interviews Ralph Widmer."
Description: "Dr. Greg Langenfeld is an avid photographer, shoots color film, and does his own processing."
Description: Pastor John Berg participated in the American Legion Run.
Description: "Joe McGee drawing a beer in a Theresa landmark, the old 'Rock River House.'"
Description: Carol Frings and Dick Ouellette pose for the photographer outside at their wedding.
Description: The little cowboy with a toy gun on the pier is John Paul Widmer. The pier was on the Rock River at the west end of Henni Street in Theresa.
Description: "At the John Schiefer House, Dr. & Mrs. Arnold Boegel page through old photographs. John Boddens great grandfather built the house in 1848. Shirley Widmer'...
Description: "Train derailment. Photo taken from North Pole Road. Hwy 28 can be seen in the distance (left)."
Description: "Theresa Lions Tractor Pull."
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