Portrait of an unidentified group. The men are all wearing a medal or badge of unknown significance. The man by himself in the back is W. H. Greene of Soquel. In the back row, from left to right, are two unidentified men, E. G. Peck, Alfred Baldwin (holding a walking stick), an unidentified man, J. P. Majors, Deacon Nelson Taylor, and an unidentified man. In the middle row, from left to right, are four unidentified men, Joseph Francis, Michael Owen Boyle, an unidentified man, S. S. Mattison, C. E. Eberle(?), J. M. Datlon(?), and an unidentified man. In the front row, from left to right, are John Woods of Seabright, Robert Ford of Soquel, an unidentified man (holding a cane), Tom Weeks, C. H. Eberle(?), an unidentified man, A. Noble of Soquel (holding a walking stick), F. A. Hihn, and E. Anthony.
Source of Information: Notes on back of photo
Original size: 5" x 8"
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