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Description: This group relaxed at the old Weber Brewery. Left to Right: Craig and Anita Ruffing, Les Black, Helen and Fred Bandlow, Shirley Widmer and Russ Bandlow.
Description: This barn, at W2208 Hwy AY (Section 31), stands isolated in a field between the farms of brothers Lloyd and Loren Giese. Lloyd Giese and his son, Andy, are...
Description: View of Theresa main street including water tower. "The telephoto lens compresses the distance between telephone and light poles."
Description: "Solomon Juneau, a devout Catholic, named Henni Street after his friend, Bishop John M. Henni. Bishop Henni (1805-1881) headed the newly designated dioces...
Description: Vernon and Cathrine Steger proudly display a lifetime collection of Native American artifacts found on their farm.
Description: "Kay Widmer pulls her toboggan up the hill that is on the southwest edge of the village."
Description: LaValle Christian was born here and lived here for 63 years. They quit milking in 1976.
Description: "Ralph Koll, Rural Mail Carrier. Somewhere in this monstrous snow drift is Helen Moldenhauer's mail box. Ralph Delivers to 264 boxes on his 63.6 mile route...
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: The Wendling barn was built in 1929 for $10,000. In 1991, cows were milked for the last time.
Description: Eric and Melissa Krueger, and their dog Stanley, live at W2001 Hwy 28/67 (section 17). Melissa works at the Dodge County Jail, and Eric is a patrolman. He...
Description: Martin P. Koll poses after being elected village president.
Description: The milk is pasteurized for the first step in the cheesemaking process. Milk is heated to 161 degrees, held at that temperature for 15 seconds, and then co...
Description: Andy and Karen Schnitzler, owner/operator of the River View Hills and Apartments, 100 Kelly Boulevard, use this barn for their Community Center.
Description: Julie Bacon's husband, Stuart, has a license plate collection on the wall in the barn.
Description: With Shirley Widmer looking on, Chelsey and Logan Wilz and Parker and Carly Hren count their Easter eggs.
Description: The headline of the Milwakee Journal Sentinel reads, "GREAT! Lombardi Trophy Comes Home."
Description: Janet Wendling and Marilyn Zingsheim package brick cheese at Widmer Cheese.
Description: "Police Chief Bernie Adelmeyer explains duties to rookie officer, Mike Mansfield. Adelmeyer has been chief for seven years, but had previous experience in...
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: The Juneau house.
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