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Elmshaven. Office building
Clarence Crisler (clean shaven) and Dores E. Robinson (bearded) study in the Elmshaven Office in Tanktown. A portion of the lower porch and "tower room" can be seen through the window. These two men were Mrs. White«s secretaries and research assistants.
William Miller home. c. 1890s
Roosevelt NY Church
Kate and Margaret Fox home, Hydesville, New York.
Ascension Rock (color)
William Miller plot (color)
Ascension Rock (color)
Back of Wm Miller Home (color)
William Miller Home (Barns in back of house) (color)
William Miller Home (color)
William Miller Chapel (color)
Tombstone of DEA John White Father of James White ( Died july 5 1871)
Tombstone of Henrty N. White ñ Eldest sone of James and E.G.White ( Died Dec. 8 1863)
Grave White. Cemetery
William Miller home (frontview) (color)
William Miller home (frontview) (color)
William Miller home (frontview) (color)
Tombstone William Miller
Stone: The first church built by Seventh-Day Adventists was erected here in 1855 under the direction of John Byington. Near this site the first Seventh-Day Adventist home school was taught in 1853 by his daughter Martha.
David Arnolds Barn
Barn
William Miller home 1985 (forntview) (color)
William Miller Home (sideview) (color)
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