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House where EGWhite stayed in Torre Pellice, 1885-1888
Publishing House, Basle.
Waldensian Valleys near Torre Pellice, Italy
Scandinavian Publishing House, Oslo,(Formerly Christiania) Norway.
Letter from Arthur Lesley Scobie to Sister White. Bible verses
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Das Atkientheater wo E.G. White am 22. Mai 1887 einen Vortrag ¸ber das Thema "Die Liebe Gottes" gab. (The "Aktientheater" where E.G. White held a Lecture about "The Love of God", May 22, 1887)
The Basel publishing house and the street as it looked in Mrs. White's time.
The publishing house in Basel The third floor was reserved for family apartments. Mrs. White«s rooms were at the front of the building, overlooking the park.
This rare picture shows the rear of the publishing house in Basel.
ADVENTIST EUROPEAN HEADQUARTERS' BUILDING IN BASEL, SWITZERLANDThis large, well-arranged building with a printing office on the ground floor, was completed in 1885. During her two years in Europe, Sister White did much writing there and spoke often in the chapel to workers from many parts of Europe gathered in council meetings. Notice curtains at the windows on two of the upper floors. This portion of the building, divided into apartments for publishing house employees, became home to Sister White and the other workers who came with her from America. Mrs. White is a member of the group standing on the front stairs. The picture was taken on September 27, 1885. (2)
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SCHOOL IN POLANDThis was a Villa, it stands in the country at the foot-hills of the Carpathina mountains, a beautiful place. We have about twelve acres of good land with it. We can buy more land to it as soon as we need more. We do not speak of it as a school, because we are not permitted to have a school in Poland, it goes by the name of "Jugend Heim Advent".
Scandinavian Publishing House, Oslo,(Formerly Christiania) Norway, 1912 / Publishing House Flyers
THE FIRST SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH OUTSIDE OF NORTH AMERICAThis is a photograph of the "small, new chapel" built by the Roth family and dedicated by Sister White in Tramelan, Switzerland on Christmas day, 1886. The little wooden chapel was built in the garden of the Roth family home. Its upper room is still the meetingplace for the Adventist Sabbathkeepers in Tramelan. This building was the first Seventh-day Adventist church built outside the North American continent. (4)
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