The Settlement of Raglesville, Indiana. The main crossroads is right of center. Photo, taken 1992, from USGS Web Site.

Masonic Lodge and Williams Drug Store on SW corner of crossroads at Raglesville in 1897.

West of the Raglesville crossroads in 1912. This is the general store and post-office.

The Stoy Coal Mine near Raglesville Coal mine operated by Abraham F. Stoy. Abe's son George Mead Stoy married Mary M. Ragle, the daughter of Robert and Nancy [Richardson] Ragle.

Raglesville Cemetery Main Entrance, Easter Day, 1995.

Nathan S. Ragle Sr. (1847-1914) headstone. Husband of Mary M. Carpenter (abt. 1848-1928) Raglesville Cemetery.

Gravestone of Luther Ragle (1871-1872), son of Alonzo and Susan Ragle; Died as infant. Buried in Raglesville Cemetery; Date of Photo: April, 1995.

Quincy, Kansas in 1904, copied from a photograph provided by the Greenwood County Historical Society. Shown is the north side of Main St. Alonzo and sons ran a General Store here in the 1890's.

Quincy, Kansas after telephones, sometime after 1903. Copied from a photograph provided by the Greenwood County Historical Society.

The Post Office in Quincy, Kansas Copied from a photograph provided by the Greenwood County Historical Society.

The Hotel in Quincy, Kansas, built around 1904. Copied from a photograph provided by the Greenwood County Historical Society.

Handwriting says "Grandfather's home? or store?" in Toronto, Kansas; block caption says "sec main stret torronto kans" Alonzo's store was in Quincy, several miles north of Toronto, but a substantial fraction of his family life seems to have been centered around this small town. He, his wife Susan Toon, and Juanita Ragle, the infant daughter of his son Algern and daughter-in-law Delia Williams are buried here.

Tombstone of Alonzo Ragle and his wife Susan Ellen Toon in Toronto, KS taken October, 1984 by JoAnn Lewis. Note Civil War Veteran star.

Threshin' the hard way #1! From pictures dear to Edwin Ragle...on the Ragle Farm 10 miles north of Burdett (Browns Grove), Kansas, Section 9 of Twp 20 Range 20W

Threshin' the hard way #2! On the Ragle Farm north of Burdett, KS.

Threshin' the hard way #3. On the Ragle Farm north of Burdett, KS.

University of Alaska, College Alaska, abt. 1938, when R. C. Ragle took a teaching position there.

Richard Charles Ragle residence ca 1940-1956. 910 Cowles St. Fairbanks, Alaska, picture taken ca. 1948.

Richard Charles Ragle residence after abt 1960. 6200 Jewel Lake Rd., Anchorage, AK. This property in the suburbs of Anchorage was taken from him by eminent domain. The Borough of Anchorage bulldozed his home to make room for a 6-car parking lot and lakefront access to take advantage of his years of labor in building up a sand beach, trailer access, and dock.