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Description: "Theresa Village President, Martin Koll, presided at the ribbon-cutting at the River View Mobile Home Park."
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: River view below the Dam at Beaver Dam.
Description: "American Legion Picnic at Firemen's Park."
Description: "Theresa Waste Disposal System. Village man, Jim Zillmer, checks out sprinkler system."
Description: Cherie Krenz Schellinger and her children, Dawn and David, live at 7464 Freedom Road (Section 35). Note the very old wooden silo.
Description: "Village officials help kick off Valley Estates Subdivision."
Description: Front view of the Ackerman farmhouse, built about 1841, located at University Avenue and East Mill Street.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: The Mayville Iron Co.
Description: "The base of the new water tower is now taking shape."
Description: Theresa landmark disappeared over the weekend as part of the highway improvement plan. Originally built by Morris Lehner, the tavern and restaurant was a p...
Description: "Most of our crew is busy today, so only Shirley and Jim [not pictured] visit John's at 1201 Madison Street, Beaver Dam."
Description: "Theresa firemen cut up an old car with their new 'Jaws of Life' equipment."
Description: "Village of Theresa, looking north."
Description: This late 19th-century map of Dodge County, Wisconsin, shows the township and range grid, towns, sections, cities, villages and post offices, some property...
Description: "White Limestone School in Mayville."
Date: date unknown
Description: "This Widmer Cheese Factory sign was visible to travelers south bound on Hwy 41. It stood near the present day rest area, near the Hwy 28 turn off."
Description: "Kay Widmer pulls her toboggan up the hill that is on the southwest edge of the village."
Description: "Members of American Legion Post 270, present a Centennial Flag. Oliver Krueger is at the flag pole."
Description: Roy and Sandy Lichtenberg have lived in a house across Hwy 28-67 for 39 years.
Description: Widmer's Cheese Cellars, located in in the Wisconsin village of Theresa, has been in the Widmer family since 1922.
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