January 3, 1904, Chicago building commissioner
George Williams and Iroquois Theater owners
Davis (far right) and
Harry Powers (third from left)
were arrested and released after posting $10,000
William Pinkerton of the Pinkerton detective agency
(second from right) furnished the bond for Davis,
industrialist Charles Plamondon (whose daughter,
Charlotte, survived the fire) furnished the bond
for Powers, and Andrew J. Graham, a banker, furnished
the bond for Williams.
I failed to match names up with the others in the
photo. The location like a dining room in a
residence or maybe a restaurant.