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Description: "Mrs. Bruce Dunbar poses amid shelves of fine wine and liquor at Dunbar's Inn."
Description: "Wagon Wheel on Gill Road."
Description: Eunice Lamers and Don Dehn are united in marriage at St. Theresa's Catholic Church.
Description: "Kindergarten children perform at a Christmas Party at the Theresa School."
Description: "Jonathon Green, WTMJ radio personality, was the guest speaker at the Theresa Lions Club."
Description: "Road work is in progress on Highways 28 and 67 (Mayville Road)."
Description: "The long lens compresses this view from the frozen Rock River in the foreground, the Catholic cemetery, and the Haag farm buildings in the distance."
Description: Companies that built sidewalks in Theresa branded the concrete with their names. Stoffer and Schuster's mark is pictured.
Description: "Catholic Cemetery."
Description: View of Theresa main street including water tower. "The telephoto lens compresses the distance between telephone and light poles."
Description: "Theresa Lady Lions Style Show."
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Description: Elevated view of the marsh and silos under a thick fog.
Description: "Although being quite elderly, Ed Radke takes much pride in his crops."
Description: Joey Bernhard plays TAPS on Memorial Day.
Description: "Eunice Lamers & Mary Ann Dreymiller. Henry Heinecke farm buildings are in the background."
Description: Ralph Widmer, Fred Bandlow, and Les Beck around kitchen table talking over old times.
Description: "Fire Chief Bob Bogenschneider 'cuts' a cake with a fire axe."
Description: "Main (Milwaukee) Street. At this time Hwy 41 was still routed through the village."
Description: "Joel Bernhard, 6 1/2 years old, operates a six-key braille writer with the help of his mother Karen."
Description: "These houses on Church Street were photographed from the intersection of Henni & Wisconsin Streets. Note the outhouses!"
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