The saying “A picture is worth a thousand words” refers to the notion that a complex idea can be conveyed with just a single still image. It also properly characterizes one of the main goals of visualization, namely making it possible to absorb large amounts of data quickly. Recently, a photograph of Ellen G. White was discovered in the personal effects of Leslie Trott, a prominent ear, nose and throat doctor. Scholars and people alike were thrilled because it provided a rare glimpse into the everyday life of Ellen G. White. Retired Adventist Historian, Ronald Graybill provided a fascinating exposé on what we might have missed in the recently discovered photo. Check out the link below to read more.