This photograph was taken at Henry H. Ragon's house on Clark Street on Monday, August 27, 1900. The four men seated to Ragon's right were from Company H. of the 144th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, and the four men seated to his left were from Company A.
Many of the people in this photo were identified. Henry H. Ragon is the clean-shaven man standing in the center of the photo. The woman to the left of Mr. Ragon is Jennie Ragon, his second wife. The man seated to the right of H.H. Ragon (Mr. Ragon has his hand on his shoulder) is Daniel Hartslough, then Eli Ragon seated to the right of Mr. Hartslough.
The bearded man standing to the right of H.H. Ragon was not identified, but the lady in the striped dress next to him is Irene Ragon Tilton. On her right is Mary Jane Ragon Moody and then Eliza Ragon Hartslough.
The woman in the white blouse who is leaning on the porch pillar is Adelia Hurley Lee Ragon. To the right of her is her husband Leonard (Len) Ragon with baby Max Ragon. The last three people (on the right hand side of the porch) are Joseph Buckley, baby Harry Buckley, and Myrtle Ragon Buckley.
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