From the Collections
Stories and behind-the-scenes information on the rich holdings of our Library archives.
Find out how a message on a flyleaf can give new insight to the researcher.
Read how a church took shape to nurture the city she called home.
This student of Mary Baker Eddy achieved good despite his checkered past.
Learn why several selections meant so much to her.
Find out how young people contributed to the construction of The Mother Church.
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.
See what impact the early Christian Science movement made within the African American community.
Meet the people who wrote to Mary Baker Eddy—by taking a look at their stationery.
Read about a miniature edition of the Christian Science textbook, designed for soldiers.
Learn the story behind this celebrated painting of Mary Baker Eddy’s birthplace.
Read how she looked for a receptive audience in a new setting.