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Emma J. Ray, b. 1859 and Lloyd P. Ray, b. 1860
Twice Sold, Twice Ransomed: Autobiography of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Ray.
Chicago, Illinois: Frees Methodist Publishing House, c1926.
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MR. AND MRS. L. P. RAY
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MRS. M. E. TIMMONS AND DAUGHTER

"NURSE EMMY" AND THE CHILD WHO LOVED HER

MR. RAY AT SIXTEEN YEARS OF AGE

THE COLORED W. C. T. U. OF SEATTLE, WASHINGTON. MRS. L. P. RAY
(FOURTH FROM LEFT IN CENTER ROW) WAS FOR MANY YEARS THE
PRESIDENT

REV. CHARLES H. WITTEMAN

JOHN SMITH, FATHER OF MRS. RAY, AT THE AGE OF NINETY-SEVEN. HE LIVED TO BE NEARLY ONE HUNDRED YEARS OLD.

MR. AND MRS. RAY'S MISSION IN KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI

SCHOOL IN KANSAS CITY FOR COLORED CHILDREN. MRS. LIZZIE BULLETT, TEACHER.

REV. RILEY VERNON. PASTOR A. M. E. CHURCH,
VERONIA, OREGON

MOTHER OF MR. RAY AT SIXTY-SEVEN YEARS OF AGE.
SHE LIVED TO BE NINETY-FIVE.

RESIDENCE OF MR. AND MRS. L. P. RAY AT 7526 SUNNYSIDE AVENUE,
SEATTLE, WASH.

MRS. RUEY WITTEMAN, SUPERINTENDENT OLIVE
BRANCH MISSION, SEATTLE, WASHINGTON