Pathways to Progress: 1968 to Today

Pathways to Progress: 1968 to Today

The Library’s latest exhibit explores events of 50 years ago—and today—from the journalistic perspective of The Christian Science Monitor. Topics include civil rights, poverty, sexism, technology, environment. You can see this exhibit in the Library’s...
On display:  A Gift to Mary Baker Eddy

On display: A Gift to Mary Baker Eddy

Library visitors are invited to see a display telling the story behind a birthday gift presented to Mary Baker Eddy on July 16, 1903—an engraved silver loving cup now in our collection, symbolizing “friendship and unity.

On display: Selections of poetry by Mary Baker Eddy

On display: Selections of poetry by Mary Baker Eddy

Mary Baker Eddy loved to read and write poetry. Library visitors are invited to see a display with background and examples of poems that Eddy composed throughout her life, including selections that were set to music as hymns. There’s also information on the poets she liked best.

On Display: Artwork by Violet Oakley

On Display: Artwork by Violet Oakley

In celebration of Women’s History month in March, the Research & Special Collections team has put together a display with work by Violet Oakley (1874–1961). This prolific artist gained prominence in her field at a time when women’s talents were rarely recognized. Oakley was also a student of Christian Science.

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