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This month’s Object of the Month features a printed program from a Communion service preached by Mary Baker Eddy on June 19, 1887.
Calvin Frye joined Mary Baker Eddy’s household on August 14, 1882; he was a thirty-six year old widower who had been working as a machinist in Lawrence, Massachusetts.
Like many men and women of their day, Mary Baker Eddy and Calvin A. Frye kept scrapbooks.
Learn about a book of devotional poems that includes extraordinary works dating back to the 1600s.
In honor of Women’s History Month, we thought we would tell you about a recent donation to The Mary Baker Eddy Library’s collections—a copy of Science and Health once owned by woman suffrage leader Susan B. Anthony. This copy is a 25th edition, published in 1887, and...