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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: "Jim Wiseman emceed a Theresa Lady Lions Style Show."
Description: "TV weather man, Howard Gernette did his thing on an early weather map."
Description: "This photo, taken by the light of the full moon, shows coon hunter Alfred 'Butch' Muche patiently waiting for his fellow hunters. Kodak Super XX film was...
Description: "Joan Glaab and her son, of Brownsville, start on a boating trek down the Rock River."
Description: "Bill Clinton, with wife Hillary, and daughter, Chelsea, relax at the conclusion of the debates."
Description: "Memorial Day at the River Church Cemetery."
Description: Zion Church on Zion Church Road.
Description: The pie eating contest gets a lot of attention at the Fireman's Picnic.
Description: "In the foreground is the intersection of Hwy D & Hwy 175. Beyond it is Allen Road."
Description: "Barn Door."
Description: "The camera looks east on Gill Road. S. McArthur Rd. enters Gill Rd. on the other side of the bridge."
Description: "This photo of Theresa was taken from the Ralph Bodden farm. The long 500mm mirror lens compresses the distance from the Paul Koll farm in the foreground t...
Description: Is this a modern sculpture in the Dyer yard? No, Pam uses these ladders for her bean plants.
Description: "Looking north along this section of track, one can see the overturned car's wheels, and debris after the derailment. The visible bend in the tracks was ca...
Description: "With the approach of Valentine's Day, the camera looks through the decorated windows of the Bob Bernhard home. Brenda watches her brother, Scott, playing...
Description: "Mason Rueben Schuster displays a building block invented by his grandfather."
Description: Fritz and Sandy Grulke live at W1810 McArthur Rd (Section 17). They have lived here since they were married in 1969.
Description: About 40 elk are currently being raised on the Enderle farm by Tim Enderle.
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