The American Range Corporation's Annual Employee Picnic held in Shakopee. Evelyn (Huth) Cox is standing above the "N" in "American" and is wearing a white hat. Judge J.J. Moriarity is standing to the right of the band's horn player. Moriarity is dressed in a white shirt and tie. To the right of Moriarity is Evelyn's father Hal Huth, an employee of the American Range Corporation.
Attendees are gathered in Minnehaha Park. The label on the photo reads: "De Le' Pee Picnic Minnehaha Falls Sept. 2, 1923." In the early 1920's, Catholic deaf people in the Twin Cities organized the De L'Epee Society. This organization was named after Abbe Charles de L'Epee, who was a pioneer in deaf education in France. The man holding a hat and standing third from the left end, is Wesley Lauritsen. The man standing on the right end is Anton Schroeder. The black man standing in back, to the left of center, is Clarence Monroe. The man sitting in the center of the second row, to the left of a woman with a hat in her lap, is Jay Cooke Howard. The second person sitting to the right of Jay Cooke Howard is Dr. James L. Smith. The man sitting on the ground in the first row, with a dog in front of him, is Victor R. Spence.