Highlights from our collections and exhibits, staff blogs, and insights on the history of the Christian Science movement.
Read how two new students of Eddy began their careers as healers.
Read about a victory over false news reporting in 1907.
Read correspondence between Eddy and one of her students, on the subject of holiday gifts.
Meet a New York State missionary who corresponded with Mary Baker Eddy.
Glimpse what it took to grow the early Christian Science movement in the young state of Nebraska.
Learn how the clergy was looking at Christian Science in 1885.
Learn how much a photo could mean to someone in the nineteenth century.
Check out these tips to get the most from Eddy’s annotated correspondence.
See how Mary Baker Eddy efficiently answered hundreds of annual inquiries.
Read about Eddy’s lifelong love of this long form poem.
See how recently annotated documents provide new insights.
Here’s our latest research on this well-known account from World War II.
Read some of Eddy’s correspondence with mothers studying Christian Science.
Meet Daniel A. P. Murray, one of the Library of Congress’ first Black American librarians.
Read how the newspaper that Eddy founded covered the young field of aviation.