Newspaper men representing all the papers in Boston,...

Newspaper men representing all the papers in Boston, and several from more distant points, gathered by special invitation at 12:50 p. m. on Monday [June 7] outside the grounds of Mrs. Eddy's residence, Chestnut Hill, to look over the premises and thoroughly assure themselves regarding her well-being.

The party was conducted to the house by Alfred Farlow, publication committee of The First Church of Christ, Scientist. In the reception-room on the ground floor Adam H. Dickey, assistant secretary to Mrs. Eddy, explained the purpose in inviting the reporters, and handed out Mrs. Eddy's signed statement [See p. 810]. Numerous questions were asked and answered and the party then moved out on the lawn.

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