Letters from the Field

[Extract from a Report of Relief Work at Miami, Florida]

In compliance with your request, I herewith submit a report, gathered from various quarters, of some of the work done by the down-town branch of the Christian Science Relief Quarters in Miami, Florida, several months ago.

An announcement was made that clothing was needed. At once it began to come in. With these "five barley loaves, and two small fishes," the work of supplying the "five thousand" was started. Thousands of garments of every description were given away, yet the supply continued. When it seemed as if clothing were about to run out, boxes would arrive from distant cities.

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June 11, 1927
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