Max Ragley Seattle, Washington
Domestic engineering and the journal of mechanical contracting, Volume 99 1922
Warrack Construction Co 1428 North 34th Street received general contract in connection with the $48,000 apartment to be erected
for Max Ragley New York Block Subcontract awards will be made later.
The Coast, Volumes 13-14 1907
By Honor L. Wilhelm

A pleasant home of 7 rooms and two attic rooms The porch extending across the
front of houae the large exposed mantel breast and the careful detail employed
throughout the exterior produce a very effective home The exterior is of narrow cedar
siding painted a deep cream trim is white and roof is moss green The interior
arrangement is simple and carefully planned Large column openings separate the
hall from the living room Sliding doors separate the living room and dining room All
woodwork n main rooms on this floor are stained in dark oak and waxed The second
floor has four good chambers large closets and plenty of light and wall space in each
room All these rooms are enameled in pleasing colors Two servants rooms are found
in attic The basement contains laundry fruit room and furnace room This home was
erected two years ago for $3,100
The Pharmaceutical era, Volume 21 1899
WASHINGTON, Seattle
Benjamin Dill corner Second and Madison
sold to Max Ragley

The Era druggists' directory, Volume 12
1906
Seattle.Ragley Drug Co., Max 1405 Second
Ave.
Max Ragley Drug Co. 1405 2nd Ave
Seattle Wash. {spoon}
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