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|100277||Stanley and Ruth Maxwell setting off for school on their bicycles in East Africa in 1938.||1938||Stanley Maxwell - private collection||66k|
|100287||Back row (left to right): Albert Allen, Phyllis Barras, Joyce Ritcher, Joyce Freeman, Esmie Dilling, John Rigby. Front row: Patricia Brotherhood, Kitty Gillson, Doreen DeArth, Frances Spicer. This picture was taken by an unknown photographer on one of the side lawns between the Press and the Stanborough woods. The baptismal group was prepared for baptism by Pastor Stanley Bull, mostly in classes held in the sub-gallery of the Stanborough Park church on Sabbath afternoons. The final examination was given by Pastor DeArth. The classes were open to any young church member so Leslie Williams went as well. After the baptism each candidate was given a copy of "Thoughts From the Mount of Blessing", and a pocket sized edition of "Steps to Christ" on behalf of the Young People's Society. This was done by Dr Bruce A M Williamson from the Sanitarium, who was the Superintendent of the YPS. As of Spring 2004 Leslie Williams still has both of these books, and those of his late wife Kitty. They knew Bruce Williamson and his sister Heather from the Vincent Hill School in Mussoorie, India, where they shared classes with Leslie's oldest sister Nina and his oldest brother John. Both Bruce and Heather studied medicine at Loma Linda and received their MDs there.||1938||Leslie A Williams - private collection||129k|
|100306||British Union Conference Ministerial Institute. May 9-17 1938. Photograph taken from printed material therefore not of very high quality. All lists read left to right. Front row: Joseph Harker, Miss K E Felton, Miss G Jones, Miss M Mason, Miss V Warren, Miss M John, Miss D Taylor, Miss F Barr-Hamilton, Miss M Keough, Miss R Chappell, Miss L Futcher, Miss I Himsworth, Miss E D Brown, Miss J Mitchell, Miss B Buck, Miss A M Beazley, Miss E Stendall, Miss M M Campbell, D J Clarke. Second row: Dr B Williamson, E E Craven, F W Goodall, W L Emmerson, A Warren, J Rigby, A Carey, O M Dorland, W E Read, W A Spicer, H W Lowe, W T Bartlett, R S Joyce, Dr J E Cairncross, G D King, S G Hyde, W H Meredith, E R Colson, J I Robinson. Third row: S Joyce, C A Reeves, Miss D Casey, Miss E Guntrip, Miss J Archibald, Miss A McRorie, Miss J Hyde, Mis N Ritson, Miss O C Davies, Miss W Buckle, Miss E Adair, Miss M Clements, Miss M Kirby, Miss E Cleary, Miss K Mahon, Miss E B Pinch, Miss A Mallory, Miss M Hamblin, Miss H Ford, Miss I H Williams, Miss J Handysides, Miss A F Clarke, J B West, H F DeAth, A S Rodd, D Handysides. Fourth row: B A Walton, T H Cooper, E Ashton, R Vince, L D Vince, J G Bevan, N H Knight, W J Young, F A Spearing, J H Parkin, F C Bailey, D M Swaine, F Edwards, A H Thompson, W R A Madgwick, S G Joyce, W Maudsley, H K Munson, R T Bolton, F W Coppock, R H Smith, J Mustard, E Butters, J H Bayliss, J C Craven. Fifth row: H W Armstrong, F J Wilmshurst, G W Bailey, A G Tapping, H Humphries, H W McCrow, H D Clarke, J J Gillatt, C R Bonney, P Cummings, D Morrison, G A Keough, H T Johnson, C Smith, B F Kinman, W J Bunting, J E Bell, D Conrow, J A McMillan, O H Rosier, A K Armstrong, R A Freeth, C T Bannister, H Benwell, W G Baldry, F S Jackson, L A Watson, G R Bell, L G Hardinge, W G Nicholson, E R Warland, A W Cook, W J Cannon, J C French, B E Sparrow, J R Lewis, B Belton, E Zins, J H Craven, K Elias.||1938||Stanborough Press - photographic archive||91k|
|100370||Sanitarium staff, 1938.||1938||Stanborough Press - photographic archive||67k|
|100436||Holloway 1938. Possibly an outing.||1938||Ursula Hubbard - private collection||112k|