Highlights from our collections and exhibits, staff blogs, and insights on the history of the Christian Science movement.
Explore the creative genius of photojournalist Gordon Converse.
Photograph of lumberjacks in Wisconsin, c. 1890s, Courtesy of Chippewa Valley Museum. Along the northwest shore of Lake Michigan, the small town of Oconto, Wisconsin, became a focal point in the history of Christian Science. About 2,600 people resided...
Find out what people she chose to include.
Discover this collectible object commemorating Christian Science.
Find out how Christian Science expanded in the Kenyan capital and beyond.
Find out how a message on a flyleaf can give new insight to the researcher.
Read how a badly damaged document was given new life.
Read how a church took shape to nurture the city she called home.
Meet one of the first Christian Science chaplains, who served in the war a century ago.
This student of Mary Baker Eddy achieved good despite his checkered past.
Read one of Eddy’s letters to a student practicing Christian Science in Chicago.
Learn about Bible publishing that embraced the common man and woman.
Read about the first time Eddy preached in a noted Boston location.
Explore some paths we traveled in researching images from the turn of the nineteenth century.
Read this annotated letter from a student of Mary Baker Eddy.