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Description: This is the Staiduhar barn from the south. Bill Staiduhar is a retired Harley Davidson employee.
Description: This neatly-kept barn at W903 Hwy DD (Section 11) is owned by Ron and Karen Bernhard. They purchased the farm in 1990 from the William Beck family.
Description: Winter scene with Shirley Widmer, the photographer's wife, shoveling snow after a big snowstorm.
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Description: "Marge Coulter."
Description: "St. Peter's at night."
Description: "New fire truck celebration at Theresa."
Description: This old one-room schoolhouse is on the Priestaf property. Called the "Good Road School," it was closed in the 1950s. The Priestaf house is a log building.
Description: "Train derailment. Photo taken from North Pole Road. Hwy 28 can be seen in the distance (left)."
Description: The Herbsts, who have two children in their 30s, live on a farm that was in the Bodden family for many years.
Description: These barn buildings are owned by Ken Schoebel, who lives up the West Bend Road.
Description: "Theresa American Legion members paid homage to former comrades on Memorial Day at the River Church Cemetery."
Description: The Adams family lives at W584 Hwy 28. Their home overlooks the Theresa Marsh. Jeff and Maureen are pictured with their children, (l to r) Joshua, Michael,...
Description: This old barn is on Immanuel Lutheran Church (River Church) property at N8076 Cty Tr AY. Pastor Mark Berlin poses for the picture.
Description: "It was billed as the 'Theresa Lions first tractor pull.' An overflow crowd of between 1600 and 2000 people witnessed the event according to chairman Jim N...
Description: "Ralph Widmer checked out a pier on the Rock River." Ralph was the brother of photographer Jim Widmer.
Description: This old house is on the Krueger property. Lore has it that they made moonshine here during prohibition.
Description: "The Joe Kohl Family."
Description: A "Keep US Out of War" and a 38 license plate were on a 1930 Chevrolet pickup truck restored by Eldor Streblow.
Description: "As we approach Firemen's Park, we are at the end of our ride."
Description: "Cows were nosy when a camera was set up in a field near Theresa."
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