Tribute from Mrs. Eddy

This tribute was later republished in The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany: My. 291:1-292:11

In response to a request from the committee on arrangements for the memorial service at Concord, N. H., September 19, the Rev. Mary Baker Eddy sent the following tribute to President McKinley's life, and words of sympathy to the chief mourner. It was published in many daily newspapers in Boston and elsewhere. These strong and powerful, yet deeply tender words, will go down in history as among the greatest tributes paid to the beloved President.

Their conciseness is as remarkable as their great depth of meaning. They are indeed worthy the careful perusal and study of all thinking and patriotic people. It was as follows:—

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