The Visit to Pleasant View

The New York Journal of Sunday, July 7, publishes an interesting account of the visit of Christian Scientists to the home of Rev. Mary Baker G. Eddy on June 25. It also publishes in full her annual message to the church. The account is accompanied with copious illustrations of her residence and scenes attendant upon this visit. We extract the following from the Journal:

A remarkable visit to the home of Mrs. Mary Baker G. Eddy followed the delivery of her annual message in Boston to the countless Christian Scientists who take their inspiration from her. Mrs. Eddy, affectionately known to her disciples as Mother, lives in a beautiful white mansion at Concord, N. H., called Pleasant View. Hither her followers journeyed to show their personal devotion to her, after enjoying the benefit of her spiritual message.

Over three thousand persons went to Concord. Three special trains of ten cars each ran to Concord on the great day, in addition to the ordinary service.

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Christian Science Doctrine
July 18, 1901

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