Currently there are 617 photographs and images indexed in this database. Enter your search criteria in the boxes below or leave the search box blank to see all records in the database.
|<< 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 >>|
|ID||Description||Date||Location of original photo||View||Thumbnail|
|100079||NEC Camp Reunion at Eastwood Grange, Notts. Leader: Bernard Kinman||1950s?||BUC 004|
|100089||MV Camp||1950s?||R Surridge - private collection||82k|
|100095||Camp. Probably on the Gower. Back row includes: Joe White, Margaret Warland, Pastor and Mrs John and Olive West.||1950s?||R Surridge - private collection||142k|
|100102||Believed to be a Motor Camp group.||1950s?||BUC 005|
|100107||Unknown group and location. Poster displays caption "United in Christ".||1950s?||BUC 005|
|100112||Unknown group outside Stanborough Park church. W W Armstrong on front row. Picture quality not good.||1950s?||BUC 005|
|100117||New Gallery stage with large picture of Christ and caption, "Christ Above All". MVs on the stage with banners representing different places: Coventry, Cornwall, Arly Hill ? Bristol, Lodge Causeway Bristol, Exeter. Quality not too good.||1950s?||BUC 005|
|100120||Arthur Lacey, lay pastor and evangelist, known for his powerful preaching during the 1930's 40's and 50's. In an official capacity, he was also the head of the colporteur work for Wales and West England.||1950s?||Stephen Lacey - private collection||66k|
|100121||Nelson Henry Knight. After returning from missionary work in the Caribbean Union in the early 1920's, Nelson Henry Knight served the Church as the Business Manager of the Stanborough Park Sanitarium, the Secretary Treasurer of the North England Conference, the Business Manager at Newbold College, and the Secretary Treasurer of the British Union Conference. After retirement in 1960, he also was Bursar for the Stanborough School.||1950s?||Stephen Lacey - private collection||55k|
|100234||Handbill from Fred Pearse campaign at the Wulfrun Hall, Wolverhampton. Title, "After Death - What?". Soloist: G T Hewlett of Canada. Date: Sunday November 7.||1950s?||Marilyn Jerome - private collection||129k|
|100235||Fred Pearse evangelistic handbill. Dates: Sundays December 7, 14, 21, 28. Title: "All Eyes East"||1950s?||Marilyn Jerome - private collection||78k|
|100236||Evangelistic handbill for the "All Eyes East" campaign. Speaker: Fred Pearse. Venue: YMCA Assembly Hall, St Michael Street, West Bromwich.||1950s?||Marilyn Jerome - private collection||73k|
|100237||Evangelistic handbill for campaign entitled, "The Heavens are Telling". Speaker: Fred Pearse. Date: Sunday October 28. Also advertises the King's Heralds quartet. Venue: Wulfrun Hall, Wolverhampton.||1950s?||Marilyn Jerome - private collection||117k|
|100062||Youth directors. Front: E L Minchin (BUC), E W Dunbar (GC), A Lohne (NED), J J Aitken (GC). Behind: H T Johnston (SEC), E R Warland (NEC).||1951||BUC 004|
|100145||Pastor Ken Lacey's evangelistic poster.||1951||Stephen Lacey - private collection||121k|
|100150||The 1951 Brixton evangelistic team. Back row left to right: Mrs Irma Hyde, Mrs Monica Lacey, Mrs Frazer. Front row: Pastor Gordon Hyde, Kathleen Mahon, Pastor Kenneth Lacey, ? (Kathleen Mahon's younger sister), Pastor Frazer.||1951||Stephen Lacey - private collection||41k|
|100157||Ken Lacey. Evangelistic handbill for 1951 Brixton campaign in the Empress Theatre. "Jesus is Coming Again." |
The first ten meetings of the Brixton campaign were held in the Empress Theatre and then were transferred to the Lambeth Town Hall. Attendance averaged 500. Sabbath meetings were held in the Court Room at Lambeth Town Hall in the judge's chamber. Twenty-seven were baptised in the Wimbledon church and these, along with the remnants of the Clapham church, formed the first Brixton church of some 35 members.
|1951||Stephen Lacey - private collection||167k|
|100158||A letter of appreciation to Pastor Ken Lacey from the manager of the Empress Theatre, Brixton, dated 27/11/51.||1951||Stephen Lacey - private collection||114k|
|100159||Interior of the Dundee Church. The very successful evangelistic series which doubled the membership of the Dundee church (34 members were added) necessitated the building of a new church on Arbroath Road. R A Anderson was present for the church dedication. Pastor Ken Lacey's evangelistic series started in the King's Theatre (later the Gaumont) with attendance of around 800, and then transferred to the Caird Hall.||1951||Stephen Lacey - private collection||109k|
|100160||Exterior of the Dundee church. Noticeboard advertised Church dedication and Church organisation with R A Anderson and WW Armstrong.||1951||Stephen Lacey - private collection||129k|
|100455||Kenneth Lacey and Denys Baildam, Brixton.||1951||Stephen Lacey - private collection||80k|
|100456||Gordon Hyde and Kenneth Lacey, Brixton.||1951||Stephen Lacey - private collection||82k|
|100484||Newbold College 1951. Higher resolutions available. Front row, left to right: last but one is Mrs Alice Phillips, wife of Ernest B Phillips.||1951||Clemency Mitchell - private collection||60k|
|100108||Mayor and Mayoress opening the youth hall of the Newport Seventh-day Adventist Church in Wales, accompanied by Pastor Horace Humphries. Mr Jacques is next to Pastor Humphries. Mr Harold Pimm is 2nd left back row.||1951 or 1952||BUC 005|
|100098||Newbold Missionary College. Ron Surridge, Ken Clothier. Front row includes: E H Foster, E B Phillips, J Dunnett.||1951-2||R Surridge - private collection||145k|
|100091||Newbold College graduation class of 1952. Back row, left to right: Don McClure, Ivor R Kinnersley, Ron Surridge, Roy Burgess, Wilfred Futcher, Ken Clothier, Walter Fenz, Arthur Cooper. Front row: Ruth Tamblin (Kinnersley), Joyce Colledge, E H Foster, E B Rudge, W R A Madgwick (principal), W W Armstrong, Victor Cooper, Valerie Baldwin (Dust), Betty Ponder.||1952||R Surridge - private collection||103k|
|100094||Newbold College staff. Back row, left to right: Clarice Throssell, H Crocker, D J Dunnett, Alfred Seymour, David Throssell, Douglas Brailsford, Frank Wood, Roy Scarr. Front row: Ruth Richardson, E B Phillips, Albert Lethbridge, W R A Madgwick, E H Foster, Myrtle Dorland, Nelly Cumden.||1952||R Surridge - private collection||110k|
|100457||Camp staff and others, Oxwich||1952||Stephen Lacey - private collection||93k|
|100458||Brixton evangelistic series with Watford Ladies Choir.||1952||Stephen Lacey - private collection||49k|
|100459||Brixton evangelistic team.||1952||Stephen Lacey - private collection||46k|
|100460||Croydon members.||1952||Stephen Lacey - private collection||77k|
|100485||Newbold College 1952. Higher resolution available.||1952||Clemency Mitchell - private collection||59k|
|100488||Newbold College 1952. Foreign students with staff. Fron row left to right: Miss Cumden, Myrtle (Dorland) Hansen, Dr Brailsford, A H Thompson (BUC Treasurer), W R A Madgwick (Principal), Dr John Dunnett, Ernest B Phillips, E H Foster (Preceptor), Miss Howard? (Preceptress). There is a list of names on the back of this photograph which are difficult to decipher. Possibly: A O Spanghagen, Makeli, Jorgenan, Borge Olsen, Trudi Kopp, Y Norman, Margatta Halvinen, Jaini Lahti, Svala Magnissdoffir, Svein Nilsen, Bjorg Intsaller, Harald Zurcher, Valiu, Anna Palm, Olaf Hesse, Michel Albaric, R Shyllstor, Anni Jansson, Mare Imperiali, Marcelle Leta, ? , Marcelle Lobet, Maria Chriologopidou. Higher resolution available.||1952||Clemency Mitchell - private collection||103k|
|100489||Newbold College staff 1952. Front row: ? , E B Phillips, ? , ? , E H Foster, ? , ?. Back row, left to right: ? , ? , John Dunnett. Higher resolution available.||1952||Clemency Mitchell - private collection||88k|
|100545||Herbie George Crutwell at Oxwich camp in 1952.||1952||Derald and Romy Barham Collection||56k|
|100548||Also available at higher resolution. Back row (left to right): Madgwick, ? ? ? ? , Norman Gulley, Chris Beddall?, Brenda Smith, Barbara Leigh, ? , Kathleen Freeth, Alan Kidd, Clarence Hulbert, Beecheys?, Norman Bevan, Avril Jacques. Third row: ? ? ? ? , Des Hubbard, ? , Lionel Hubbard, Ursula Vine, ? ? , Joan Gallagher, Harry Wilby, ? , Romy Hawey (Barham), Honor Vine, ? , ? Vesey, Barbara Palmer, mr Tew, ? ?. Second row: Sylvia Turtil, John Todd, Mrs Welch, ? , Mrs Lacey, Ken Lacey, George Emm, Horace Pearce, Ron Vince, H T Johnson, Norman Tew, G? Hewlett, Reg Swaine, Hergie George Crutwell, ? ? , Jean Vesey, Bernard Gulley, Mrs Swain. Front row: ? ? ? ? , Marina Robinson (Gloucester), Ken Lacey's two boys, ? , One of Reg Swain's daughters, ? ? , Rob Pearce, ? ? ? , Janet Youlden, Mary Vesey, Margaret Palmer.||1952||Derald and Romy Barham Collection||147k|
|100556||George Emm at Oxwich Camp in 1952. Writing on the back of the photo says "'Georgeous' George Emm - everyone's secret friend!"||1952||Derald and Romy Barham Collection||54k|
|100557||Oxwich Camp 1952.||1952||Derald and Romy Barham Collection||80k|
|100558||Oxwich camp 1952. Back row (left to right): 2nd and 4th - Palmer sisters, 5th - Norman Tew, 8th - Gordon Hewlett (Canadian minister), 9th - George Emm, 10th - Norman Gulley. Front row: 1 - Janet Youlden, 2 - Clarence Hulbert, 3 - Laura? Robertson (Gloucester).||1952||Derald and Romy Barham Collection||96k|
|100128||Middlesbrough and Darlington Area Evangelistic Campaign. This series of meetings was conducted by Pastor Lamont Murdoch.|
Back row: Mr Lowe (ordained later), next four gentlemen were the Tyneside Kings Heralds from the Newcastle church. Mr C Robson, Mr Robson, Mr Derek? Mustow, Mr Dietz, Mr Fred Pearse (ordained later) Front row: Miss Hannah (Bible worker), Pastor Lamont Murdoch, Mrs Murdoch.
|1952 approx||Marilyn Jerome - private collection||58k|
|100073||Scottish-Irish Youth Camp held in July 1953 at Strone Youth
Hostel, Holy Loc, h Argyll, Scotland. Also available in higher resolution. First row: Leona Minchin (Gulley?) secretary to Ron Vince. 9th=Rosemary Nicholson.
Second row: 6th=Denzil Houston, ... , Verna Houston, .. , Keith Madgwick, .. , Bernard Kinman.
Third row: Jack Mahon ,....... , Mrs J J Craven, Pastor Ron Vince, BUC Youth director.
Fourth row: .. , Maisie Beavan, Mona Craven, John Dorland.
The following information was supplied by Ross Kennedy: "Bible worker Jean Cowan is also pictured as is Mrs Ann Gulland (camp cook) who was the manager of the Granose Shop and Restuarant in Edinbugh. Groups from Denmark, South England and Wales also attended the camp. Youngsters came from Glasgow, Aberdeen, Dunfermline, Edinburgh, Kilmarnock, Belfast and Dublin."
|100149||Platform party at the London Coliseum. McMillan, ???, HMS Richards, George Vandeman, George King, and Kenneth Lacey.||1953||Stephen Lacey - private collection|
|100399||JMV Camp at Oxwich Bay, South Wales, 17-27 August 1953. Left to right: Kathleen Freeth, ?, ?, ?, Dorothy Hearne (later Taylor), Janet Youlden (in cardigan). Margaret Palmer (right of Dorothy Hearne), ?.||1953||Ursula Hubbard - private collection||72k|
|100400||SEC Camp. Fred Sneed and campers. JMV Camp 17-27 August 1953.||1953||Ursula Hubbard - private collection||91k|
|100401||SEC Camp. Glenys Sweet is the tend leader. Also Liz Vine and Margaret Kelly.||1953||Ursula Hubbard - private collection||77k|
|100402||JMV Camp 17-27 August 1953. Reg Burgess and campers at SEC Camp.||1953||Ursula Hubbard - private collection||92k|
|100403||Probably Oxwich Bay camp in 1953.||1953||Ursula Hubbard - private collection||82k|
|100404||Caption reads "Our neighbours - Bro Cox's tent". JMV Camp 17-27 August 1953.||1953||Ursula Hubbard - private collection||105k|
|100405||Caption reads "Bro and Sister Cox." Oxwich beach.||1953||Ursula Hubbard - private collection||49k|
|100406||JMV Camp 17-27 August 1953.||1953||Ursula Hubbard - private collection||90k|
|<< 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 >>|