Plain-dressing Quakers from the Early Twentieth Century and Mid-1800sClick on an image to see larger version.
Thanks to Friend Patrick Burns for giving me copies of the original photographs in his possession.
Thanks to Friend Seth Hinshaw for sending me the photo of the Fritchley Friends.
Thanks to reader Andrea for the photo of Oskaloosa Friends.
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AND so, ye that know the Life and Power, and Light of Christ, which was before Death and Darkness, and the Power of the same wa, Be Faithful, who are gathered together in this Life and Power, and are Met in it, in it keep your Meetings . . . in which ye may all feel one another in the Fellowship and Unity, that is Everlasting, and never hath End.
And so, in that the Lord God Almighty preserve you all to his Glory; that . . . ye may be a Blessing in your Generation, and a good Savour to God, and in the ...
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