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Psychic News September 2018

Psychic News article, September 2018

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Exterior of building, July 2018

Exterior of building, July 2018

Entrance lobby before renovations, March 2018

Entrance lobby before renovations, March 2018

Entrance lobby. July 2018

Entrance lobby,
July 2018

George Craze stained glass panel in the entrance lobby

George Craze stained glass panel in the entrance lobby. George joined the Association in 1917, was President, and remained a staunch worker for 29 years.

William Stead Room, July 2018 Demonstration in William Stead Room, July 2018

William Stead Room, July 2018

Demonstration in William Stead Room, July 2018

Renovations in progress, March 2018 The Stella Blair Reference Library

Renovations in progress, March 2018

The Stella Blair Reference Library

Sitting in Red Cloud
Sitting in Grey Feather

Sitting in Grey Feather

Bust of William Stead1 Conan Doyle chair

Bust of William T. Stead is in the William Stead Auditorium. An exact replica of this beautiful sculpture is exhibited in The People's Palace of Peace at The Hague, in Holland.

The Conan Doyle chair is housed in the library. It was bought at auction by the Association many years ago.
 

Sitting in Red Cloud

Sidney Richardson stained glass in the chaapel

Stained glass tribute to Sydney Richardson in the Chapel. Sydney was married to the famous medium Ursula Roberts in 1946. The stained glass was designed by Ray Branch, who was for many years a colleague in the healing clinic run by Ursula.

Mrs Mabel St. Clair Stobart
Statue by Paulin outside the chapel

The Medium and Spirit Guide statue outside our Chapel. By G.H. Paulin, and given by his widw to the Association, and once exhibited in the Royal Academy.

Mrs Mabel St. Clair Stobart (1862 - 1954). This was found under the stairs behind the lift shaft at Belgrave Square. We do not know how we came to have it, but we are so happy to have it back out on display again. She was a formidable and very brave lady.

Founder of the Women's Sick and Wounded Convoy Corps (1912) and the Women's National Service League (1914) was a supporter of women's suffrage before the First World War.

When the First World War broke out she set up a field hospital in Belgium, risking capture by the advancing German forces. Subsequently, with a commissioned rank of major, she served on the Balkan Front where she commanded the Serbian Relief Fund's Front Line Field Hospital. She and her medical staff accompanied the Serbian Army's retreat through the Albanian mountains.