Clarence T. McFarland of 162 Newbury Street, Boston,...

The Christian Science Monitor

Clarence T. McFarland of 162 Newbury Street, Boston, has been chosen as the architect for the buildings that are to be erected in Brookline by The Christian Science Benevolent Association. Frank H. Anderson of Chicago has been appointed to receive bids from contractors for the erection of the buildings and to supervise their construction. He has opened an office at 236 Huntington Avenue, Boston.

Announcement was made by The Christian Science Board of Directors in October, 1916, that a new department of the organized work of Christian Science had been instituted, to be known as The Christian Science Benevolent Association. Preparations are now under way for the first four of a group of buildings which are to be erected on the twenty-acre tract of land on Single Tree Hill, Brookline, donated for this purpose by Mrs. John M. Longyear.

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Benevolent Funds of The Mother Church
December 15, 1917
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