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Description: "Steeplejack, Tim McNitt, was asked to take some photos from the top of the steeple. This is the result obtained when he held a motorized camera with a 20m...
Description: View from a stage of a gathering of the Homemaker Club.
Description: "Water tower view, looking to the east."
Description: "View from the water tower looking southwest."
Description: "Barn Door."
Description: The dance hall at Theresa undergoing extensive remodeling by former TV personality Ward Allen.
Description: "Theresa State Bank was built on this empty lot, on Wisconsin Street, in 1975."
Description: "On the following pages workmen assemble Theresa's new water tank."
Description: "Theresa's water tank, erected in 1953, is systematically cut up for scrap by Phillips Demolition Co. of Peoria, Illinois."
Description: "Theresa Public School Library."
Description: "The engineer waves as the steam locomotive bears down the track."
Description: View of a downtown street featuring bars, restaurants, and a laundromat.
Description: Winter scene with Shirley Widmer, the photographer's wife, shoveling snow after a big snowstorm.
Description: "Fog blanketed the town on a summer evening."
Description: "The long lens captures the Baker Canning smokestacks, and water tower, on film."
Description: An addition was made to the hall to accommodate additional offices.
Description: "Baker Canning Co. watertower."
Description: "Runners are poised to take off in the 5 mile Chili Run. There were 197 entrants, some from as far away as Libertyville, IL."
Description: "Painting Theresa's new water tower."
Description: "Firemen's Park. The original ball field was developed by George Wolf and later sold to Theresa Fire Department. They, in turn, purchased land to the north...
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