Victorian mother and three children (Polhill-Turner family)
A Victorian mother and three children. They are Mrs Polhill-Turner (nee Emily Frances Barron, d 1913)), wife of Frederick Charles Polhill-Turner (1826-1881), with Alice (Alice Kate Frances, 1856-1931), Arthur (Arthur Twistleton, 1862-1935) and Beatrice (Emily Beatrice Violet, d 1930). They lived at Howbury Hall, Renhold, Bedfordshire. Arthur, along with his brother Cecil (Cecil Henry, 1860-1938), formed part of the so-called Cambridge Seven in the 1880s and spent many years in China as a Christian missionary.
© Mary Evans Picture Library/Gill Stoker
Cartoon, William Booth v. Moody & Sankey
Cartoon, William Booth, founder of the Salvation Army, looking suspiciously at the visiting American evangelists, Moody & Sankey, who seem to be attracting larger crowds. He says: How can I do a paying business with all this opposition?
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Women taking tea, Nak Tong Mission, Seoul, Korea
Korean and western women having tea outside the Nak Tong Mission House, Seoul, Korea. The western women are missionary teachers from the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel (SPG). Date: circa 1910
© Mary Evans / Pharcide
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