From the appearance of the clothes, this group photo was probably taken in the first decade of the 20th century. Ed Clauson, the lay leader of the church, was the principal source of energy in making things happen. He is standing in this picture behind the kneeling boy in the dark suit in the third row. The Napolean pose is demonstrated by two of the fellows in the back row. There are at least 90 people in this picture including the baby being held behind the group on the left.
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