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Display of Tulips at Pleasant View
The magnificent display of tulips on the grounds at Plesant View, the residence of the Rev. Mary Baker Eddy on Pleasant Street, is attracting a great deal of attention, and the vicinity is daily visited in large numbers by lovers of the beautiful in the flower kingdom.
The flowers are now at their best, and the combinations of color are wonderful in their effect as viewed from the sidewalk. The beds are located on the east side of the grounds, and around the fountain, and each is of different design which has been worked out by the gardener with mathematical precision and nicety.
The bed nearest the sidewalk is in the form of a fivepointed star and the color of the blossoms is yellow. To the right of the fountain is a cross worked out in flowers of white and to the left is a design worked out in red shading from the bright to the more delicate hues.
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Christian Science not Reversible
Frank W. Gale
George T. Angell
with contributions from Frank H. Mott, Leslie Willis Sprague, George L. Collie, Hermann S. Hering, Ezra M. Buswell, S. E. Mitchell
with contributions from Christian Science Board of Education
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
Expression of Gratitude
Editor with contributions from Board of Directors, F. J., Ella V. Fluno, Mary B. G. Eddy
Some Fragments of History
Editor with contributions from Mary Baker G. Eddy
An Appreciation of Christian Science
Jesse J. Kolmos
Among the Churches
with contributions from W. Roach, Myrtle Fritz, W. S. Day, Wm. Henry Channing
German Supplement Appreciated
BY HARRIET GERTRUDE RING.
Principle, not Personality
BY MARY H. HATCH.
Impressions Received in a Christian Science Service
BY PROF. G. B. GARDNER.
Gratitude for Lesson Sermons
When I read the testimonies of my old friends, John Lloyd...
L. J. Richardson
A few months ago, I wrote a little article for the Sentinel
Minnie M. Keevan
About two years ago my little daughter was accidentally...
Edith A. Connick
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