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 at Kendal)
TO that of God in you I do speak, that ye may watch over the Weak, and see, how the Plants of the Lord do grow. And walk in the Joy and Love of the Truth, serving God with Joyfulness of Heart; and to you this is the Word of the Lord. And keep all that is bad, down and out with the Light, which condemns all Ungodliness; so keep all that out, which is for Condemnation; that ye may all be preserved clean and pure, that out of Condemnation ye may be kept, and ...
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