Orders for the Works of Mary Baker Eddy

Orders for Mrs. Eddy's Works should be addressed to and remittances therefor made payable to Harry I. Hunt, Publishers' Agent, 107 Falmouth Street, Back Bay Station, Boston, Massachusetts.

Announcement is made by the Publishers of Mrs. Eddy's Works of the printing of "Retropection and Introspection," by Mary Baker Eddy, in the Revised Braille system of type for the blind. This new edition of Mrs. Eddy's autobiography appears in one volume of 137 pages, size 10½ x 11¼ inches. By the use of interpointing, or printing on both sides of the page, it has been possible to produce a Braille volume considerably smaller in size and bulk than heretofore. The first two pages of each volume give an explanation of the Braille system and also the complete Braille alphabet, as well as punctuation marks, numerals, and part-word signs, for the benefit of those who desire to learn to read Braille.

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July 19, 1930

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