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Among the decorative arts pieces on display in Mary Baker Eddy’s study at Pleasant View, her home in Concord, New Hampshire, was a large photographic print of the Royal Gorge, Colorado.
The Library’s collections include objects Mary Baker Eddy gave to others, as well as many gifts she received herself.
Of the many men and women who worked for Mary Baker Eddy, few were as devoted as Laura Sargent.
Out of all the china/dishware found in the Library’s collections there is only a single example of a mustache cup.
We’ve already written about Mary Baker Eddy’s horses, and featured an exhibit about one of her carriages, leaving another transportation topic yet undiscussed: horseless carriages, or automobiles.