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E. G. White, seated with letter (full length), c. 1878 (S. F. Miller, photographer, Battle Creek, Mich.)
E. G. White & twin sister, Elizabeth Bangs, c. 1878 (S. F. Miller, photographer, Battle Creek, Mich.)
E. G. White portrait with book (painting)
E. G. White portrait with book, c. 1878
E. G. White portrait (Dames, 911 Broadway, Oakland, Cal.)
E. G. White portrait (Dames, 911 Broadway, Oakland, Cal.)
E. G. White at Hornellsville, NY camp meeting, 1880 (W. L. Sutton, photographer, Hornellsville, NY) | Front row: (4) Mrs. W. C. White, (5) Ellen G. White; Backrow: (1) J. Q. Foy, (2) Blies, (4) E. W. Whitney, (6) Wilcox, (7) Goodrich, (8) W. C. White, (11) James White, (12) C. B. Reynolds, (14) S. B. Whitney
EGW at Swiss Conference meeting, 1885 | The Swiss Conference meeting of 1885 held in Basel: 1. M. C. Wilcox; 2. S. H. Lane; 3. R. F. Andrews; 4. J. Curdy; 5. Emile Dietschy; 6. Charles Vuilleumier; 7. Ademar Vuilleumier; 8. Mrs. Ademar Vuilleumier; 9. Mrs. Albert Vuilleumier; 10. Albert Vuilleumier; 11. R. H. Coggshall; 12. J. E . Dietschy; 13. Ella May White (later Mrs. D. E. Robinson); 14. W. C. White; 15. D. T. Bourdeau; 16. Patience Bourdeau (later Dr. Bordeau Sisco); 17. Mrs. E. G. White; 18. Mrs. D. T. Bourdeau; 19. Marie Dietschy (later Mrs. C. M. Andrews); 20. C. M. Andrews; 21. Edith Andrews; 22. A . B. Oyen; 23. K . Brorsen; 24. J. G ._Matteson; 25. Jean Vuilleumier; 26. J. Erzberger; 27. Sara McEnterfe r ; 28. Mrs. W. C. White; 29. Mrs. Edward Andrews (mother of J. N. Andrews); 30. Mrs. J. E. Dietschy; 31. Bertha Stein; 32. Jennie Thayer; 33. Mrs. B. L. Whitney; 34. B. L. Whitney; 35. A. C. Bourdeau; 36. Mrs. A. C. Bourdeau; 37. Miss Noualy; 38. A. J. S. Bourdeau; 39. Sarah Andrews; 40. EHsa Dietschy (later Mrs. H. Revilly); 41. Lenna Whitney (later wife of Prof. H. R. Salisbury); 42. Jean Whitney (later Dr. Whitney Morse) ; 43. P . Aufranc.
EGW at Swiss Conference meeting, 1885 | The Swiss Conference meeting of 1885 held in Basel: 1. M. C. Wilcox; 2. S. H. Lane; 3. R. F. Andrews; 4. J. Curdy; 5. Emile Dietschy; 6. Charles Vuilleumier; 7. Ademar Vuilleumier; 8. Mrs. Ademar Vuilleumier; 9. Mrs. Albert Vuilleumier; 10. Albert Vuilleumier; 11. R. H. Coggshall; 12. J. E . Dietschy; 13. Ella May White (later Mrs. D. E. Robinson); 14. W. C. White; 15. D. T. Bourdeau; 16. Patience Bourdeau (later Dr. Bordeau Sisco); 17. Mrs. E. G. White; 18. Mrs. D. T. Bourdeau; 19. Marie Dietschy (later Mrs. C. M. Andrews); 20. C. M. Andrews; 21. Edith Andrews; 22. A . B. Oyen; 23. K . Brorsen; 24. J. G ._Matteson; 25. Jean Vuilleumier; 26. J. Erzberger; 27. Sara McEnterfe r ; 28. Mrs. W. C. White; 29. Mrs. Edward Andrews (mother of J. N. Andrews); 30. Mrs. J. E. Dietschy; 31. Bertha Stein; 32. Jennie Thayer; 33. Mrs. B. L. Whitney; 34. B. L. Whitney; 35. A. C. Bourdeau; 36. Mrs. A. C. Bourdeau; 37. Miss Noualy; 38. A. J. S. Bourdeau; 39. Sarah Andrews; 40. EHsa Dietschy (later Mrs. H. Revilly); 41. Lenna Whitney (later wife of Prof. H. R. Salisbury); 42. Jean Whitney (later Dr. Whitney Morse) ; 43. P . Aufranc.
EGW at Third European Council of 1885 | The Third European Council of 1885: 1. Marie Roth; 2. Addie Bowen; 3. EdBorle; 4. C. M. Andrews; 5. Unknown; 6. Albert VuUleumier; 7. Albert VuUleumier's wife; 8. J. D. Geymet; 9. Thomas G. Asian; 10. J. P. Badaut; 11. J. D. Comte; 12. A. C. Bourdeau; 13. A. Aramy; 14. W. C. White; 15. Mary K. White; 16. Ellen G. White; 17. Mrs. D. T. Bourdeau; 18. D. T. Bourdeau; 19. Hugo Schneppc; 20. Oscar Roth; 21. Ademar Vuilleumier; 22. Mrs. Alice Vuilleumier; 23. Mrs. B. L. Whitney; 24. B. L. Whitncy; 25. A. B. Oycn; 26. Mrs. A. C. Bourdeau; 27. Knud Brorsen; 28. Mrs. A. B. Oyen; 29. H. W. Kellogg; 30. A. A. John; 31. J. Erzberger; 32. C. H. Lane; 33. R. F. Andrews; 34. George Drew; 35. M. C. Wilcox; 36. Mrs. Drew; 37. Jennie Thayer; 38. Mrs. C. H. Land; 39. Mrs. Whitney; 40. L. Aufranc; 41. Cecile Dab!; 42. J. H. Mattison. B. L. Whitney was manager of the publishing house in Basel during its early years. With him are his wife, Esther, and daughters Jean and Lenna.
E. G. White at Moss camp meeting, 1887 | Ellen G. White (right center with her back to the tent) at the Moss camp meeting. Oters in the picture include: O. A. Olsen and his wife, Jennie (seated left). J. H. Waggoner (center) and W. C. White and Jennie Ings (right)
E. G. White at Moss camp meeting, 1887 | Ellen G. White (right center with her back to the tent) at the Moss camp meeting. Oters in the picture include: O. A. Olsen and his wife, Jennie (seated left). J. H. Waggoner (center) and W. C. White and Jennie Ings (right)
E. G. White at Moss, Norway Campmeeting, 1887 | First European camp meeting held at Moss, Norway, l887. From left: Mrs. E. G. White, Mrs. O. A. Olsen, Mary Heilesen, Christine Dahl, Mrs. Dahl, H. Steen, Eld. S. N. Haskell, E. G. Olean, Dr. AIf. Olsan, O. A. Olsan, Eld. Mattison, I. Lorntz, Eld. Waggoner, W. C. White, B. L. Whitney, D. A. Robinson, C. L. Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. Coxall, Mr. and Mrs. N. Clausen.
E. G. White at Reno, Nevada Campmeeting, May 24 - June 4, 1888 (looking left) | Workers present: E. G. White, Eld McClure, Eld Scott, Eld Derrick, A. Hickox, J. N. Loughborough
E. G. White in a group at Reno, Nevada, Campmeeting, 1888 (EGW looking straight) | Signs: June 15, 1888
Ellen White at Sunnyside, c. 1896-1897
E. G. White portrait, seated with book, c 1899, Australia (painting)
E. G. White portrait, seated with book, c 1899, Australia
E. G. White aadressing 1901 GC Session, Battle Creek, Michigan | Notes by W. H. Williams: J. N. LoughboroughDr. David PawlsonS. N. HaskellW. C. WhiteE. B. Lane, S. H.O. A. OlsenMrs. E. G. WhiteG. A. IrwinP. T. MaganB. F. StaremannL. A. HoopesH. E. Rogers(J. E. White near piano on stairs)(Meeting in which Mrs. White printed Hid or Relief of the Schools. That was why Magan was in rostrum. He was the secretry and apparently had asked Mrs. White to speak.)D. E. RobinsonA. T. Jones - original
E. G. White aadressing 1901 GC Session, Battle Creek, Michigan | Notes by W. H. Williams: J. N. LoughboroughDr. David PawlsonS. N. HaskellW. C. WhiteE. B. Lane, S. H.O. A. OlsenMrs. E. G. WhiteG. A. IrwinP. T. MaganB. F. StaremannL. A. HoopesH. E. Rogers(J. E. White near piano on stairs)(Meeting in which Mrs. White printed Hid or Relief of the Schools. That was why Magan was in rostrum. He was the secretry and apparently had asked Mrs. White to speak.)D. E. RobinsonA. T. Jones - painted
E. G. White aadressing 1901 GC Session, Battle Creek, Michigan | Notes by W. H. Williams: J. N. LoughboroughDr. David PawlsonS. N. HaskellW. C. WhiteE. B. Lane, S. H.O. A. OlsenMrs. E. G. WhiteG. A. IrwinP. T. MaganB. F. StaremannL. A. HoopesH. E. Rogers(J. E. White near piano on stairs)(Meeting in which Mrs. White printed Hid or Relief of the Schools. That was why Magan was in rostrum. He was the secretry and apparently had asked Mrs. White to speak.)D. E. RobinsonA. T. Jones - explanating graphic
Ellen G. White in Group, special meeting at Oakwood School, Huntsville, Alabama | Front row beginning at right: (1) Eld. N. W. Allee, (2) Prof. J. E. Tenney, (3) Eld. Smith Sharp, (4) Eld. W. C. White, (5) Mrs. E. G. White, (6) Eld. J. E. WhiteSecond row: (7) John Macmillan, (8) A. F. Harrison, (9) Eld. R. M. Kilgore, (10) Eld. S. B. Horton, (11) Eld. W. F. McNeelyThird row: (12) Prof. E. B. Melendy, (13) Brother Dart, (14) A. Fort, (15) Eld. J. O. Johnston, (16) Eld. H. G. Thurston, (17) Prof. F. R. RogersForth row: (18) S. M. Jacobs, (19) T. O`Rell
E. G. White speaking at Loma Linda 1906
E. G. White in family group, Elemshaven, California 1907 | Front row: great grandchildren Henry Gracie and Herbert; seated: Mrs. W. C. White, Mrs. E. G. White, Elder W. C. White; Standing: Ella M. Robinson, D. E. Robinson, W. D. Workman, Mabel E. Workman
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