1. Some accounts place this date as 1892, but the most frequently identified date, including a reminiscence by Lady Dunmore herself, points to 1894. See “The Truth About Christian Science,” The Christian Science Journal, April 1907, to read Lord Dunmore’s account.
  2. Charles A. Murray to Mary Baker Eddy, 2 May 1901, 029.11.015, https://mbepapers.org/?load=029.11.015
  3. “Communion Service at The Mother Church,” The Christian Science Journal, July 1889, 233–234.
  4. Edward A. Kimball to Mary Baker Eddy, 1 July 1901, 155DP2.25.009, https://mbepapers.org/?load=155DP2.25.009
  5. Mary Baker Eddy to Charles A. Murray, 19 January 1901, L14209, https://mbepapers.org/?load=L14209
  6. Lewis C. Strang to Mary Baker Eddy, 17 December 1906, V03560, https://mbepapers.org/?load=V03560
  7. Alfred Farlow to Lewis C. Strang, 19 January 1901, L16775, https://mbepapers.org/?load=L16775
  8. Unknown to Charles A. Murray, 1901, L00270, https://mbepapers.org/?load=L00270 This letter could possibly have originated in the office of the Committee on Publication and been written by Alfred Farlow, or it might have been written by a secretary serving in Eddy’s household. Her secretaries at the time the letter was written included Calvin A. Frye and Joseph G. Mann.
  9. Key, Lieut-Colonel Robert E., “Gertrude, Countess of Dunmore”, 27 August 1943, Reminiscence, LSC009.10.
  10. Mary Baker Eddy to Lady Victoria A. Murray, 21 March 1904, L08760, https://mbepapers.org/?load=L08760