From Mrs. Eddy's Friends

Concord (N. H.) Evening Monitor

The following letter to Rev. Irving C. Tomlinson of this city, from one of Mrs. Eddy's church members in Cincinnati, O., shows how widespread is the interest in the improvement of Concord's streets. The letter contained a check for fifty dollars, which has been turned over to Mr. J. Wesley Plummer, deputy State treasurer, who has kindly consented to act as the treasurer of the fund raised by Mrs. Eddy's friends.

Cincinnati, O., Aug. 14, 1906.

Rev. Irving C. Tomlinson,

Concord, N. H.

My Dear Friend:—Noticing in this week's Christian Science Sentinel that State Street, Concord, is to be improved,—the paths made straight,—and knowing that this street is frequently used by our beloved Leader, Rev. Mary Baker G. Eddy, will you kindly permit my daughter Elsa and me to add twenty-five dollars each toward this improvement, as a token of never-ending love to her who has helped smooth our pathway as none other, and whose daily presence will continue to bless, cheer, purify, and heal mankind?

Trusting this will be acceptable, with kindest regards,

Yours very sincerely,
Rachel F. Marshall.
Concord (N. H.) Evening Monitor.

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August 25, 1906

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