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On 6/21/2018 at 11:53 PM, Shannie said:

100th anniversary photo:  (sorry, when I edit the quote is erased).

Sr. Shannie's picture identifies the following 8 brothers:

Standing from Left to Right are:

William E. Van Amburgh,           secretary-treasurer of the Society;

Joseph F. Rutherford,                 president of the Watch Tower Society;

A. Hugh Macmillan,                    a director of the Society;

Robert J. Martin,                         office manager;

Frederick H. Robison,                 a member of the editorial committee for The Watch Tower;

Clayton J. Woodworth,              compiler of The Finished Mystery.

George H. Fisher                        compiler of The Finished Mystery

Giovanni DeCecca,                     Italian Department in the Watch Tower Society’s office.


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Might add that Seibert was the secretary of the boo.k. The book was printed in Hammond, Indiana and while parts of the book and info that pertains it was sent to Hotel Margaret. Seibert would go theer and get the info regarding the book and gave it to Rutherford. The brothers did mention anything regarding Seibert in court  because she might went to prison too.

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50 minutes ago, Dustparticle said:

Might add that Seibert was the secretary of the boo.k. The book was printed in Hammond, Indiana and while parts of the book and info that pertains it was sent to Hotel Margaret. Seibert would go theer and get the info regarding the book and gave it to Rutherford. The brothers did mention anything regarding Seibert in court  because she might went to prison too.

Gertrude Seibert was most famously known as the compiler of our first "Daily Text" book called "Daily Heavenly Manna" (my copy is dated 1907).  We continue to use a "Daily Test" book we now call Examining the Scriptures Daily right up to our present time.

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23 hours ago, jwhess said:

Gertrude Seibert was most famously known as the compiler of our first "Daily Text" book called "Daily Heavenly Manna" (my copy is dated 1907).  We continue to use a "Daily Test" book we now call Examining the Scriptures Daily right up to our present time.

She also, wrote many poems in the WT too.

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