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100245 Arthur Maxwell with his wife and Maureen and Graham. Also available at higher resolution.  Stanley Maxwell - private collection 37k
 
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100247 Missionaries on camping trip. Spencer George Maxwell on right of picture.  Stanley Maxwell - private collection 116k
 
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100248 A camp in Uganda with W T Bartlett.  Stanley Maxwell - private collection 114k
 
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100249 Carl and family.  Stanley Maxwell - private collection 89k
 
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100254 Fred and Florence Thomas. Also available at higher resolution.  Stanley Maxwell - private collection 63k
 
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100257 Group of workers in East Africa. Spencer George Maxwell and W T Bartlett (with the moustache and beard) in the middle.  Stanley Maxwell - private collection 118k
 
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100260 Loading cars on to a ferry at Kendu Bay.  Stanley Maxwell - private collection 86k
 
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100265 Miss M Lewis.  Stanley Maxwell - private collection 154k
 
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100266 Spencer George Maxwell on the back of a motorbike.  Stanley Maxwell - private collection 278k
 
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100271 Spencer George Maxwell by car - registration E325. Someone else in car and two people on other side.  Stanley Maxwell - private collection 71k
 
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100272 Spencer George Maxwell by car.  Stanley Maxwell - private collection 94k
 
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100281 Portrait photos of Will and Hilda Raitt. The couple lived in Windmill Avenue, Kettering.  Stanley Maxwell - private collection 68k
 
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100298 Ravenswood.  Stanborough Press - photographic archive 81k
 
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100299   Stanborough Press - photographic archive 25k
 
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100300   Stanborough Press - photographic archive 26k
 
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100303 Caterham College. Medical Staff, May 1913. From left: Edith Crooks, William Kirkwood, Matron Bacon, Isobel Johnstone, Dr M E Olsen, Edda Schmidt, Nurse Hall, Carlson, Margaret Harrison.  Stanborough Press - photographic archive 101k
 
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100305 Peter Anderson and his evangelistic choir - London.  Stanborough Press - photographic archive 71k
 
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100308 William Ings.  Stanborough Press - photographic archive 29k
 
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100309 Crusade for Christ, London.  Stanborough Press - photographic archive 106k
 
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100313 Prisoners of War. The following information comes from a clipping from Messenger 23, 1977, entitled "They Stood For Principle", by R D Vine, editor. "Our historic pictures this time were supplied by Pastor Jack Howard, veteren Church administrator, now retired, and Brother Charles Meredith, retired maintenace engineer of the Stanborough Hydro, and son of the late W. H. Meredith, one-time president of the British Union Conference. All in the pictures are Dartmoor prisoners. All are SDAs. What went wrong? A Clue is the fact that it was wartime - about 1917. Hellenist classical scholar Sir Richard Livingstone (b. 1880), one-time president of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, noted with regret the plummeting standards of society. 'When I was young,' he wrote, 'there were still moral fences. Admittedly, they did not always prevent trespass; but at least we knew the fences were there. Since then, most of the fences have gone.' Certainly we are well aware of the general move away from the idea that moral standards can be regarded as permanent. We are in the age of siguationalism. It is claimed that the 'situation' determines what is right or wrong in human behaviour. The young men in our pictures - like their millions of fellow-Adventists - knew otherwise. Right is right and wrong is wrong, no matter what. World War I - ' The War to End Wars' - provided 'situations' which severely tested the moral stamina of Adventist young men who were conscripted into the Army. Admittedly, our country's military prospects seemed dismally bleak around 1917, so it was understandable that the moral scruples of conscientious objectors evoked hostility despite the fact that they were willing to engage in bomb disposal or sea-mine disposal or anything else to save life. Not tolerated was their moral objection to killing and - cause of greater contempt - their adherance to the Fourth Commandment by refusing to to do unnecessary work on the Sabbath, and also their refusal to load ammunition. Our young men preferred imprisonment to compromise. Hence our pictures - taken in the grounds of the famous prison in England's bleakest area - Devon's Dartmoor. They include well-known names. Many are still with us today. Incidentally, their stand for truth paved the way for an official by top authority of SDA principles. Identifications of the smaller group are (back row from left): Fred Cooper, Albert Pond, Walter Marson, Ron Andrews, Claude Blenco, ?, Rutherford. (Front row): Davies, ?, Jack Howard (later one of our most successful soul-winning evangelists), and Hector Bull (now a retired pastor in Watford but still involved in the Lord's service)."  Stanborough Press - photographic archive 59k
 
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100331 Stanborough Male Choir.  Stanborough Press - photographic archive 58k
 
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100333 London Advent Mission Baptism.  Stanborough Press - photographic archive 79k
 
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100335 Stanborough Hydro.  Stanborough Press - photographic archive 88k
 
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100336 Homer Salisbury.  Stanborough Press - photographic archive 31k
 
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100337 J N Andrews.  Stanborough Press - photographic archive 26k
 
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100340 Staff of workers. Caterham Sanitarium.  Stanborough Press - photographic archive 92k
 
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100344 Home of the Armstrongs in Ulceby, where Ellen G White conducted a Bible study. Poor quality.  Stanborough Press - photographic archive 60k
 
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100353 St Albans Road entrance to Stanborough Park. The Sanitarium is visible in the background.  Stanborough Press - photographic archive 106k
 
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100354 72 Heneage Road, Grimsby. Building which was the headquarters of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the British Isles from 1883 to when they moved to Watford. The first publishing house and printing press was located here. Ellen G White stayed here.  Stanborough Press - photographic archive 86k
 
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100357 British Missionaries. Poor quality as taken from printed material.  Stanborough Press - photographic archive 197k
 
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100360 Stanborough Press as it was before the fire.  Stanborough Press - photographic archive 76k
 
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100362 "Duncombe Hall" training college, 1902-1904. This is where ministerial traning began in the British Isles. It is now a church.  Stanborough Press - photographic archive 57k
 
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100363 Manor Gardens College - successor to Duncombe Hall.  Stanborough Press - photographic archive 55k
 
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100366 Stanborough Park and St Albans Road.  Stanborough Press - photographic archive 62k
 
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100369 Stanborough College. Unknown date. 2nd row, 3rd from the left: S G Hyde (George). 3rd row, 4th from the left: O M Dorland?   Stanborough Press - photographic archive 99k
 
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100391 Front row, right - H W Lowe. Middle row includes: A C Vine, W E Read, A W Cooke?  Ursula Hubbard - private collection 81k
 
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100396 Sabbath School Convention, Ryde, Isle of Wight. A C Vine was leading out. Front row, middle three men from left to right: A W Howard, A C Vine, E R Warland. Right of three topmost people is Roy Burgess. Second row from back includes; Bert Carter, L Walker, M Guenin, John Welch, W Harvey. Middle row includes: Mrs Conroy, Joy Cooper, C Richards.  Ursula Hubbard - private collection 85k
 
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100397 Sabbath School Convention. Ryde, Isle of Wight. Front row includes: Mrs Norris and A W Howard. Middle row includes Mrs Conroy, Joy Cooper, C Richards. By back door is M Guenin. Also: Marguerite Welch (step mother to Pastor Arthur Howard).   Ursula Hubbard - private collection 82k
 
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100398   Ursula Hubbard - private collection 94k
 
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100409 In writing underneath: "Best wishes, Jo"  Ursula Hubbard - private collection 22k
 
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100411   Ursula Hubbard - private collection 29k
 
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100414 Uffindell family. Front of photo reads "Edna and Francis". Inside says "Roy, aged 18 months".  Ursula Hubbard - private collection 40k
 
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100418 Graduation, probably from a colportur training course, at Stanborough College. Front row, left to right: A W Cooke, B Belton, J Rigby, W Murdoch?, A S Maxwell, W H Meredith,? , A Warren, ???.  Ursula Hubbard - private collection 122k
 
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100427 Eva Millwood.  Ursula Hubbard - private collection 17k
 
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100428 Laying the foundation stones of the North London church - Holloway Hall.  Ursula Hubbard - private collection 51k
 
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100429 Laying the foundation stones of the North London church - Holloway Hall.  Ursula Hubbard - private collection 107k
 
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100430 Laying the foundation stones of the North London church - Holloway Hall.  Ursula Hubbard - private collection 94k
 
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100431 Laying the foundation stones of the North London church - Holloway Hall.  Ursula Hubbard - private collection 44k
 
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100432 Laying the foundation stones of the North London church - Holloway Hall.  Ursula Hubbard - private collection 91k
 
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100433 Laying the foundation stones of the North London church - Holloway Hall.  Ursula Hubbard - private collection 84k
 
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