Employee names in the photo were taken from the January 7, 1932 Anamosa Journal, and are presented verbatim. Unfortunately, there are 72 names, but 74 persons in the photograph! That, combined with the erratic "rows" in the photo make identification of individual employees difficult. Names with an *asterisk* are also featured in the 1903 group photo.
STANDING, FIRST ROW: R. Kershner, *J.S. Taylor (Yard Officer), *C.C. Gould (Captain, Night Guards), P.E. Lowe, C.W.B. Derr (Storekeeper), J.C. Young (Tailor), B.I. Gable, O.D. Bunker, D.S. Ellison, S.A. Anderson, W.J. Snyder, *A.A. Fife (Sup't Wood and Derricks), M.D. Bagley, *M. Boos, *Martin McCarty.
SECOND ROW: J.W. Hull, E.J. Reed, Thomas Watters (Sup't Printing and Binding), M.E. Hansell (Engineer and Electrician), D.W. Wentworth, F.L. Brinacomb, W.H. Port (Custodian of Cellhouse), L.T. Hartman, D.E. Beam, *G. Gmehle (Gateman), G.W. Wade, A.M. Jones (Sergeant of Quarry), R.C. Bowman, M.B. Kenyon.
THIRD ROW: F.B. Beam, I.M. Drippes, P. Carbaugh, T.E. Patterson, T.E. White, H.T. Smith, W.H. Lohr, M.L. Byerly, H.A. Turner, J.E. Dorgeloh, J.I. Tarpenning, *C.E. Bauserman, R.G. Eckerman.
TOP ROW: E.A. Cromer (Sup't of Schools), W.H. Bye (Instructor in Music), W.W. Smith, F.B. Milsap, J.S. Outland (Night Turnkey), J.A. Williams, L.A. Trump (Receiving Officer), R.I Powers, L.D. Smith, A.W. Hamaker, C.D. Stout (Steward), S.D. Overfield, H. Alspaugh, W.E.P. Felker, M.F. O'Toole (Custodian of Cellhouse), R.L. Allen, W.E. Gassen, G.W. Hamaker (Usher), Armour Gould.