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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(To Friends in Carolina)
DEAR Friends, to whom is my Love in the blessed Seed, which . . . changeth not, which is the First and Last, in whom you have Life and Peace with the God of Peace. So you few that are that ways, keep your Meetings, and meet together in the Name of Jesus, whose Name is above every Name, and Gathering is above every Gathering; . . . and you Gathering in his Name, where Salvation is, he is your Prophet, your Shepherd, your Bishop, your Priest, in ...
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