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Mr. Roland R. Harrison, the new Manager of The Christian Science Publishing Society, before coming to The Christian Science Monitor in 1922, was for nineteen years in newspaper work in New York city. He is a graduate of Cornell University. Among the newspaper positions he filled were those of Day City Editor and Night City Editor of the New York Herald. He was also associated with the Brooklyn Standard Union and the New York Times. His first work with the Monitor was as News Editor. Later he was appointed Executive Editor, which position he has held until the present. He was made a member of The Christian Science Monitor Editorial Board at the time of its establishment in 1927. Mr. Harrison has been a student of Christian Science for many years.
Mr. Frank L. Perrin, the new Executive Editor of The Christian Science Monitor, before entering the profession of journalism, was engaged in the practice of law, specializing in real estate law, and was attorney for Wisconsin railroads. He is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin. He has served as editor of the Chippewa Falls (Wisconsin) Herald and of the Reno (Nevada) Gazette, and has also been connected with the Globe-Democrat, Times, and Star of St. Louis. He came to The Christian Science Monitor in 1916, serving as editorial writer, later as Chief Editorial Writer. Upon the organization of the Monitor Editorial Board Mr. Perrin was named as one of its four members. He has been for many years a student of Christian Science. He served as a Reader in First Church of Christ, Scientist, Reno, Nevada, and as a member of the Board of Trustees of Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist, St. Louis.
Both Mr. Harrison and Mr. Perrin will continue as members of The Christian Science Monitor Editorial Board.
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"What hast thou in the house?"
Meekness and Might
PRISCILLA M. ALDEN
NORAH L. M. FOSTER
WILIAM COLWELL BARTLETT
"The Mary of to-day looks up"
MADGE D. STAFFORD
ELIZABETH LINCOLN BUSH
There recently appeared in your paper a news item covering...
W. Truman Green, Committee on Publication for the State of Florida,
In a further letter which appeared in your issue of the 5th...
Charles H. Parker, Committee on Publication for Cheshire, England,
Christian Science is classed with new-thought in an unsigned...
John Murray Burriss, Committee on Publication for the State of Kansas,
My attention has been called to a report in your columns...
Mrs. Ann P. Hewitt, Committee on Publication for the North Island of New Zealand,
"Be still, and know that I am God"
CATHERINE M. CLISSOLD
- Extracts from Reports of Christian Science Committees on Publication for the Year Ended September 30, 1928
The Christian Science Board of Directors
Albert F. Gilmore
Violet Ker Seymer
Because of a feeling of profound gratitude to God and...
Jacqueline Dalas Munier
At the time Christian Science was brought to my attention,...
Daniel A. Rexford
Christian Science was revealed to me at a time when I...
Amanda Rawlings Seger
Early in 1901 I was suffering from consumption, dyspepsia,...
Beulah Atkinson Farrar
In the year 1912, while I was suffering from a nervous...
Rosina L. Campbell
I first heard of Christian Science in India in 1914
Norah Blackmore with contributions from H. Stuart Blackmore
Christian Science came to my attention about six years...
CICELY L. BLOCK
Signs of the Times
with contributions from H. R. L. Sheppard, Elias Jones, Frederick M. Eliot, O. P. Gifford, T. T. Carter