From the Collections
Stories and behind-the-scenes information on the rich holdings of our Library archives.
Read how an early missionary activity developed to serve New York’s seagoing community.
This painting hangs as a symbol of New Hampshire’s regard for a native daughter.
A business expense report points to rich stories.
Learn about Eddy’s touching relationship with her youngest granddaughter.
This gold ornament opens a window on Mary Baker Eddy’s brother- and sister-in-law.
An insight into Mary Baker Eddy’s life as a young mother.
Explore a map of the mill city that nurtured the early Christian Science movement.
Check out the story behind colorized photos of Eddy’s cousin and his wife.
Read the history of a beautiful clock that struck the hours in Mary Baker Eddy’s home.
Go behind the scenes of an image taken over 150 years ago.
Read about the challenges and triumphs of a WWII reporter on the ground in the Pacific Theater.
Check out the story behind some printing plates from the paper’s first edition.
See how this project helped revitalize The Mother Church and the City of Boston.
Read about three documents from our archive that shed light on the social history of Mary Baker Eddy’s time.
Read the history of a treasured green space in the shadow of The Mother Church.