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Home of Edgar and Sarah Raymond located at 314 Seventh Street, Petaluma, California, 1902
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Sonoma County Library
Sonoma County Library Photograph Collection
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Edgar and Sarah Raymond standing on the porch along with their daughter May Raymond, sons Henry and Ira Raymond and their wives--Minnie and Emma Raymond, Henry's son Charles and Ira daughters Edith and Ethel Raymond.
black-and-white photographs
Cities, Towns and Settlements
Raymond, Henry J., 1864-1948
Raymond, Minnie Penrod, 1867-1934
Raymond, Emma Dies, 1876-1957
Raymond, Edith, 1898-1996
Raymond, Edgar, 1838-1922
Raymond, Charles E., 1897-1988
Raymond, Sarah Smith, 1841-
Raymond, Ethel, 1896-1999
Raymond family--Homes and haunts
Raymond family
Historic buildings
United States
Seventh Street
521 Seventh Street, Petaluma, California
Sonoma County Library Photograph Collection

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