The Article in the New England Magazine

The New England Magazine is one of the staunch monthly magazines of this country. While it is essentially devoted first to New England's interests, traditions, and customs, it reaches beyond its local environments out into the national domain of literature. Indeed it is of international importance, as so ably conducted and intrinsically valuable a publication must ever be.

Christian Scientists are more than ever appreciative of its merits since its publication of the delightful article by Henrietta H. Williams on "The Founder of Christian Science," which, with the interesting illustrations accompanying it, adorns the November issue. These illustrations are twenty-five in number, and in the beauty of their execution as well as the wealth of pictorial information imparted they add richly to this otherwise valuable historical sketch.

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