Highlights from our collections and exhibits, staff blogs, and insights on the history of the Christian Science movement.
Insights on the Bibles used by Mary Baker Eddy and how she used them in her work.
A look at events surrounding the publication of Mary Baker Eddy’s landmark book on Christian healing.
Representative of the hopefulness and enthusiasm that characterized many of the pre-World War I peace movements in America, this item is displayed on the wall on the second floor by our Press Gallery exhibit.
Mary Baker Eddy displayed a small replica of the Liberty Bell in her home. Where did it come from, and why was it important to her?
This month’s objects—Mary Baker Eddy’s calling cards and business cards—played a small role in helping to open doors so she could open minds.
The story behind the photo of Adam Dickey with Spike the squirrel.
Read about the history of this magnificent instrument.
Read the story behind one of the most dramatic paintings that Mary Baker Eddy owned.
The 1982 film Missing shares the true story of the disappearance of Charles Horman in Chile. Horman was a freelance journalist, whose writing credits include The Christian Science Monitor, and who was raised in Christian Science.
Learn more about Calvin Frye’s love for technology and see how he used his camera in Eddy’s household.
Read how an early missionary activity developed to serve New York’s seagoing community.
Read how Christian Scientists in the Philippines triumphed in the face of wartime devastation.
This painting hangs as a symbol of New Hampshire’s regard for a native daughter.
A business expense report points to rich stories.
A look at how Christian Scientists responded to the 1906 San Francisco earthquake.