The Ladies' Home Journal

The following extracts from an illustrated article entitled "Mrs. Eddy as She Really Is," occupying over two pages of the November issue of The Ladies' Home Journal, are indicative of its appreciative and friendly tone:—

"Dwelling in the quiet seclusion of an estate on the outskirts of Concord, New Hampshire, is a woman whose name is known to thousands all over the civilized world, yet who devotes herself so constantly to the cause in which she is interested that even of the thousands who sympathize with her and revere her as a leader, only a comparatively limited number, besides those of her own household, ever see and know her in her home. This widespread fame came to the Reverend Mary Baker G. Eddy through the writing of her book, which has come to be the text-book for the Christian Scientists.

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