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Funeral cememony - Ellen G. White
Funeral cememony - Ellen G. White
Funeral letter: In Memoriam
Funeral letter: Funeral notice
James White, cir. 1864
James White, cir. 1864
James White, cir. 1864
James White, cir. 1864
James White, c. 1864 - Note: Elder James Springer White, founder of the Seventh-day Adventist church, was born in Palmyra, Maine, August 4, 1821 and died August 6, 1881. "With his fellow Adventist believers White suffered keen disappointment in October, 1844," but he never gave up his faith in God. He married Ellen Harmon in 1846, and the two gave their lives to the building and strength¬ening of the church. Elder White was ever "sensitive to the guiding counsels of God found in His Word and those imparted through the messages given to his wife." For ten years he was president of the General Conference, and he "lived to see the Adventist denomination . . . firmly established upon a stable basis.."—from SDA Encyclopedia, pp. 1423, 1424.
James White, cir. 1864 - whith him on the picture a board "The law of God"
James White, cir 1872
James White, cir 1878 (Dunham and Lathorp's of Oakland)
James White, cir 1878 (Dunham and Lathorp's of Oakland)
James White, cir. 1878 (M. A. Samuels, Palace of Art, Oakland) - Almost identical to photo taken by Dunham and Lathrop's ok Oakland; Steel Engraving made from this photo
James White, cir. 1878 (M. A. Samuels, Palace of Art, Oakland) - Almost identical to photo taken by Dunham and Lathrop's ok Oakland; Steel Engraving made from this photo
James White, cir. 1878 (M. A. Samuels, Palace of Art, Oakland) - Almost identical to photo taken by Dunham and Lathrop's ok Oakland; Steel Engraving made from this photo
James White, cir. 1878 (M. A. Samuels, Palace of Art, Oakland) - Almost identical to photo taken by Dunham and Lathrop's ok Oakland; Steel Engraving made from this photo
James White, cir 1879
James White, cir 1879
James White tintypes early c. 1859
Ellen White tintypes early c. 1859
James and Ellen White, c. 1868
Ellen G. White tintypes, c. 1872 - original
James White tintypes, c. 1872 - original
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