From the Mary Baker Eddy Papers
Articles highlighting our ongoing effort to annotate and digitally publish Eddy’s correspondence, sermons, and other manuscript materials.
Glimpse how two accomplished early Christian Scientists began to practice healing.
Read how the early church was adding members and paying expenses.
Read a letter showing the early influence of the Christian Science textbook.
Read an 1884 letter to Eddy that’s notable for several reasons.
Read some of the letters that Eddy especially wanted to keep copies of.
Read Mary Baker Eddy’s frank 1884 letter to a student in Washington, D.C.
Read one of Eddy’s letters to a student practicing Christian Science in Chicago.
Read about the first time Eddy preached in a noted Boston location.
Read this annotated letter from a student of Mary Baker Eddy.
Read an 1884 letter to Eddy describing sales of her book in the Midwest.
Read an 1884 exchange between Mary Baker Eddy and a woman in search of healing.
Read new insights on how Eddy supported herself in the 1870s.
Meet the people who wrote to Mary Baker Eddy—by taking a look at their stationery.
See how she responded to requests for clarification of her teaching.
See how recently annotated documents provide new insights.
Read some of Eddy’s correspondence with mothers studying Christian Science.
Meet Daniel A. P. Murray, one of the Library of Congress’ first Black American librarians.
Read how two new students of Eddy began their careers as healers.