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Description: Jeff and Janine Andes, who live at W1436 Hwy 28/67, with children, Megan, Samantha and Caleb. They have lived here since 1995.
Description: View of Rock River Street during the annual outdoor concert.
Description: Everett Schulz is involved with Civil War Reenactors. He is dressed in the garb of units they represent — the 4th Kentucky and the 1st Alabama.
Description: David and Kathy Batterman live at N9248 Sunnyview Rd (Section 7). Son, Scott, and his children, Ryan and Grace, pose with Dave and Kathy. Herb and Linda (...
Description: Richard and Dorothy Fink farm at N9650 Sunnyview Rd (Section 6). The barn was built in 1905. Richard has lived here all his life, since being born in 1944.
Description: "Cows graze on the William Engman farm south of Theresa. The new water tower, at right, is being constructed."
Description: Brian and Pam Priestaf live at N7887 Hwy 175 (Section 26). They have lived here for about 20 years.
Description: Paul and Evangeline Koll have 27 stanchions in their barn. They ceased milking cows May 26, 1988.
Description: "This old log house is located on Allen Road south of Theresa."
Description: "Barn on the Leo Moldenhauer Farm on Allen Road." A gambrel-roof style barn.
Description: This is the Boeck Farm from down the road a bit.
Description: "At the fire on the opposite page [Page 26], this 3/4 full, 500 gallon propane tank exploded and was propelled 1/2 mile to this location on the Jim & Donna...
Description: The Scherr family pose with this old farm tractor, which is still in use.
Description: This ancient Pomeranian-style building, made of bricks and stone, still stands on the Gebhard property.
Description: Gordon and Zora Neitzel are standing on what was once Hwy 175. The highway passed between the house and the barn.
Description: "Koecher's Bar on the northwest corner of Milwaukee St. & Mayville St."
Description: The last time cows were milked on the Schwertz property was in the 1960s.
Description: "Theresa Bank employees from left are Sal Beck, Suzy Erdman, Gene Koll, and Dick Lux."
Description: City children visit the O'Connor farm for a hands-on experience.
Date: date unknown
Description: View of rows of field crops surrounded by other farmland.
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