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Description: "Immanuel Lutheran 'River' Church on Hwy AY."
Description: "On this particular evening, a historic meeting was held by American legion and Auxiliary Post 270. The somber members were assembled to vote on the propo...
Date: date unknown
Description: Photographic postcard of an elevated view of the Circus Parade on a rainy day. Crowds of people line the street, and many are holding umbrellas.
Description: Eunice Lamers and her pet are silloutted by the late afternoon sun.
Description: Wagon Train continues on McArther Road.
Date: 1907 ca.
Description: Buildings and storefronts in town near bridge and river.
Description: Bill and Werner Steinbach pose in front of this barn, built in 1924. The barn is at W2288 Gill Road. The last time cows were milked here was in November, 1...
Description: Loretta Bodden and Walter Sauer wedding.
Description: View of farmland featuring farmhouses, barns, and a water tower.
Description: "Parade in Theresa, corner of Milwaukee & Henni St."
Description: "Mark Lifke sprays corn in a field on Warner Road."
Description: "Rays from the setting sun illuminate an electric line which stands out against the evening sky."
Description: This sign gets your attention when you pull into the long Battisti driveway at W2476 Zion Church Rd.
Description: Gerry Beck of the Theresa Historical Society demonstrates Solomon Juneau's mouse trap.
Description: Vernon and Cathrine Steger proudly display a lifetime collection of Native American artifacts found on their farm.
Description: An original cartoon given to Ralph Widmer by the famous cartoonist, Walt Wetterberg, whose cartoon, "Ada The Aryshire," appears regularly in the "Farm Jour...
Description: View of Rock River Street during the annual outdoor concert.
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: "Arnold Hartmann, using skill, ingenuity, and scrap metal, built this Reeves & Company steam engine in his basement workshop."
Description: Shirley Krueger sitting on the outside of an open window. Her grandmother, Florentina Krueger, supports her from the inside.
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