We make a surprising amount of progress by solving little mysteries. We don't solve them all, of course. But when we do, we're often led into interesting, even importnt bits of the Watch Tower story. Here is one of the unsolved little mysteries:
This illustrates one of the most difficult aspects of original historical research. Little questions such as this one are not easy to answer. Doing so is time consuming, and it's often a fruitless quest. If we don't try, we write off what might be an important, or merely interesting, detail. Want to give it a try?
Find the name that attaches to this address. ...
We know a number of things about the Watch Tower congregation in Richmond. In this era various names were used. The Richmond congregation called itself The Watchers. The met in Marshall Hall for an hour of Bible Study followed by "preaching." We can put names to few associated with this congregation.