From the Collections
Stories and behind-the-scenes information on the rich holdings of our Library archives.
Here’s our latest research on this well-known account from World War II.
Read how the newspaper that Eddy founded covered the young field of aviation.
Read about a victory over false news reporting in 1907.
Learn how much a photo could mean to someone in the nineteenth century.
Read about Eddy’s lifelong love of this long form poem.
Read about early efforts to organize the Christian Science movement.
See archival photographs sparking memories from 1990.
Read about a journalist’s struggles in covering pre-World War II Germany.
Learn the story behind a heartfelt gift to Mary Baker Eddy that featured her likeness.
Learn about a family that was close to Mary Baker Eddy around the time she discovered Christian Science.
Read how the 1971 Apollo 14 mission ended up including many front pages of The Christian Science Monitor among its payload.
Find out what our research has uncovered about Christian Science services that took place in the captivity of a World War II internment camp.
Read about efforts to confirm the authenticity of controversial documents in our collection.
Mary Baker Eddy sought lodging in many locations—especially during the late 1860s and 1870s, following her discovery of Christian Science.
View this inspiring photo essay marking a significant accomplishment in the history of the Christian Science movement.