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Description: Shortly after their wedding at Saint Theresa Catholic Church, Eugene Bodden and his bride, Linda Johnson prepare to leave the church in a manure spreader.
Description: The Behm familiy suffers a barn fire.
Description: The pie eating contest gets a lot of attention at the Fireman's Picnic.
Description: Gosia Schweiger photographs former Mrs. Wisconsin, Gloria Weber, for a correspondence photography class.
Description: "Marge Coulter."
Description: With Shirley Widmer looking on, Chelsey and Logan Wilz and Parker and Carly Hren count their Easter eggs.
Description: "Late in the day, the cows return for milking on the Batzler farm."
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: "Workers collect bales of hay on the Herb Bintzler farm, which is located on Hwy 41 (Hwy 175 today), south of Theresa."
Description: "Dr. Greg Langenfeld congratulated Postmaster Paul 'Skip' Trauba when the new Theresa Post Office was opened."
Description: Replica of Solomon Juneau's house in Theresa Parade. Juneau is credited with founding the town.
Description: "Theresa Firemen's Picnic Parade."
Description: "Theresa's water tank, erected in 1953, is systematically cut up for scrap by Phillips Demolition Co. of Peoria, Illinois."
Description: "The Fred Grulke farm on McArthur Road is framed by this fence on Cty. AY."
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Description: "The Pacemaker 4x5 Speed Graphic (1947-54) was the mainstay of news photographers in the 40s & 50s."
Description: "Rita Koecher, wife of Paul Koecher."
Description: "These cows walked through the Rock River near the 'River Church' on County AY."
Description: "Downtown Theresa on a Friday night."
Description: View of Theresa main street including water tower. "The telephoto lens compresses the distance between telephone and light poles."
Description: "Harvey Bogenschneider (right), and his two sons, Dennis (center) and Robert (left) have dedicated 91 years of service to the Theresa, Hartland, and Butler...
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