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Slide set: For Harry's sake (service of song: Bamforth & Co., 27-30 slides, 1897)

Descriptive data for this set (listed below slide images)
Slide 1
Opening Hymn. 'O Lord of Hosts'
Slide 2
'I am sure you cannot see to work any more, Mary'
Slide 3
'We will do as you wish, mother,' Mary replied weeping,
Slide 4
'Hallo; nobody at home, or is everybody asleep?'
Slide 5
Ben began telling Nellie all the sights he had seen
Slide 6
'Tea is ready, but Harry does not come. What shall I do?'
Slide 7
'Harry is always at the King's Arms' Ben was saying
Slide 8
'North, you're the very man I wanted.'
Slide 9
It was very late when he returned
Slide 10
Ben had a nice chat with his teacher before the school began
Slide 11
Then out came Ben's story, and very excited they were
Slide 12
As soon as they were in the street Ben began to tell
Slide 13
'Oh Mary, just fancy, the doctor has been,' she began
Slide 13a


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Slide 14
Mary had a sad sinking at her heart
Slide 14a


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Slide 15
Ben announced that a Band of Hope was being formed
Slide 16
'Go in for it if you like,' he said as he left them
Slide 17
His first Band of Hope night interested him very much
Slide 18
When he reached home Nellie was alone
Slide 19
Mary was sitting up waiting for Harry. It was very late
Slide 20
He paused near the bed and took up the glass and drank it off
Slide 21
Mary feared something was wrong with Nellie
Slide 22
The doctor was pleased to find that she gained strength
Slide 23
She burst into tears and sobbed out 'FOR HARRY'S SAKE'
Slide 24
The doctor met Harry coming in for dinner
Slide 24a


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Slide 25
'My dear, I heard a temperance lecture to-day' -- he said
Slide 26
The next evening there was a good attendance
Slide 27
At the close they signed the pledge
Number of slides
27 minimum, 30 maximum (3 optional slides marked 'a' in list)
Manufacturer
Other related organisations

in stock of William C. Muir, dates unknown

in stock of Scottish Sunday School Union, dates unknown

in stock of J.W. Butcher, 1913

in stock of Church Army, 1913 (item ref. LM 69)

Main type of image
life model
Main usage of set
service of song
Date of first manufacture
1897
Reading or song

Alice Janvrin (arr. G.J. Chapple), For Harry's sake (London: Church of England Temperance Society, 1894)

Lucerna ID  3002227

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 4 October 2013

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