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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
E. G. White with a group at Madison Tennessee, 1909 GC | Back row: C. C. Crisler, P. T. Magan, Minnie Hawkins, "Mother D" (Mrs. Druillard), A. E. Sutherland, Sara McEnterfer; Front row: W. C. White, Mrs. E. G. White, Mrs. J. Edson (Emma) White, J. Edson White
E. G. White with a group at Madison Tennessee, 1909 GC | Back row: C. C. Crisler, P. T. Magan, Minnie Hawkins, "Mother D" (Mrs. Druillard), A. E. Sutherland, Sara McEnterfer; Front row: W. C. White, Mrs. E. G. White, Mrs. J. Edson (Emma) White, J. Edson White
Ellen G. White with Australian workers at 1909 General Conference
Ellen G. White in carriage with Sara McEnterfe c. 1910
EGW with family and Elmshaven Helpers in 1913 | Standing: Bree, Maggie Hare Bree, Mary Steward, Paul Mason, A. W. Spaulding, Helen Graham, Tessie Woodbury, Carter, May Walling, Effie James; Seated: D. E. Robinson, Elder Munson, E. G. White, W. C. White, C. C. Carter | Letter: Hazen C. Foss - August 3, 1916Enclosed in the little book "In Memoriam", I am sending you a photographof Mother surrounded by her workers and the members of her family. Thegentleman to the left of Mother is Elder R. W. Munson, a returned missionaryfrom Singapore, who was helping us select from her writings material fortranslation and publication in the Malay language. The gentleman to the leftof Elder Munson is Elder D. E. Robinson, Ella's husband, who was then onMother's literary staff. To the right of Mother I am sitting and next to mesits Brother C. C. Crisler, who for fourteen years was in Mother's employ.Standing imediately back of Mother is Paul Mason, her bookkeeper. To theright of Brother Mason is A. W. Spalding, who was then employed writing a bookregarding e ducati onal work in the Southern States. Immediately back of mestands Miss Lillian Graham, a stenographer; next to her stands Miss TessieWoodbury , the cook. The gentleman next to her is Brother Carter, janitor,gardner, and office helper. Back of Brother Crisler stands Miss Walling,Mother's nurse. The last lady to the right is Miss Effie James, a stenographer.Back of Elder Munson stands Mary Stewart and Miss Maggie Hare Bree, who wereemployed on Mother's literary staff. The last gentleman to the left is Mr.Bree, the farmer.I will also send a photograph of a group taken in the summer of 1906.This shows Mrs. Workman , my second daughter and her husband s tanding back ofme and Mrs. Robinson, my eldest daughter, and her husband standing back ofmy wife.As I am wr i ting t here l ies before me on desk a l ittle booklet entitled"The World War," which is a report of a lecture given by A. G. Daniells inPortland, Maine. I think you will be much interested in reading it.Yours very truly. W. C. White
Ellen G. White with family and Elmshaven helpers in 1913. Standing: Bree, Maggie Hare Bree, Mary Steward, Paul Mason, A. W. Spaulding, Helen Graham, Tessie Woodbury, Carter, May Walling, Effie James; Seated: D. E. Robinson, Elder Munson, E. G. White, W. C. White, C. C. Carter
Ellen G. White with family and Elmshaven helpers in 1913. Standing: Bree, Maggie Hare Bree, Mary Steward, Paul Mason, A. W. Spaulding, Helen Graham, Tessie Woodbury, Carter, May Walling, Effie James; Seated: D. E. Robinson, Elder Munson, E. G. White, W. C. White, C. C. Carter
Ellen g. White addressing local church school children, June 15, 1913, Sanitarium, California; one of last photos of Ellen G. White | Letter: CCC to WCW - March 21, 1916Bro. A. D. Fowler, the-San. nurse who a few month ago returned from Australia, brought down. picture a few days ago, an enlargement of one he had snappshotted of your Mother while she was speaking to the children at a Chruch-school Picnig, June 15, 1913 - while we were both in the East, attending the General conference. The picture looked natural enough to be worth while, and I asked him for a copy for myself and one for you. I am sending you the same under separate cover. My copy is a little smaller in size (this is an enlargement, of course, of a small kodak picture); sometimes I think the smaller size is better, and sometimes I think the larger size better. I have purchased this negative, for a dollar, thinking you would wish to have it within your control in future. I imagine that a real artist-photographer could producea a really good picture from it. It seems to be rather the most natural of all the recent pictures - not very good, perhaps, for publication, but precious to those wo were close to her in her old age.Fowlers's camera had a very high-grade lense - a "GRAPHLEX," I understand - and this is why he could get such a picture while your Mother was speaking. Furtunatly her mouth was closed when the snap was taken.One of the children present is to be traced in the haze to the right of the head.I will not attempt a long letter this moring. We are in good health, and of excellent courage. I am not planning on having the Malachi and Messianic matter ready before your return, but hope to have it by that time.Brother James' leg is much better, and he is able to do some plowing now, much to his delight.With love, Yours as ever, William Clearance White
Ellen g. White with family and helpers - picture
Ellen g. White with family and helpers - legend
Ellen G. White with group of Elmshaven helpers 1913; Back row: May Walling - EGW niece, Tessie Woodbury - household help, Effie James - office help, Dores Eugene Robinson - editor and office help, Sara McEnterfer - nurse, Miss Mary Steward - office help, Mrs. Maggie Hare, Minnie Crisler, C. C. Crisler
Ellen G. White at Elmshaven, California, 1915, EGW in bed on upper porch
Ellen G. White at Elmshaven, California, 1915, EGW in bed on upper porch - Original
Ellen G. White's funeral
This is one of two pictures of Mrs. White's funeral. This is a copy but the other is an original (with the casket open). This shows Elder Haskell preaching. Mrs. Israel who is in the double quarter in the back was a special friend of our family and lived in Chattanooga, TN for a while. Another interesting thing is that Elder Stevenson's train from Atlanta, GA was late. Notice where he dropped his hat. His daughter lives here and others tells that.
Funeral of Mrs. White - Church
Funeral of Mrs. WHite - Church
Open coffin with Mrs. White / Ellen G. White in casket
Funeral - original decoration
Mrs. White's grave at funeral
Mrs. White's grave at funeral
Oak Hill Cemetery at Mrs. White's funeral / Ellen G. White internment at gravesite, Oak Hill Cemetary, Battle Creek, Michigan
Funeral cememony - Ellen G. White
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