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Excerpts from an address by the Marquis of Lothian, at an Employees' Meeting, in Boston, October 2, 1934
I feel it a great honor that I should be allowed to address...
I feel it a great honor that I should be allowed to address the workers of the Publishing Society and The Mother Church offices tonight.
I came into Christian Science when I had already spent a very considerable period in public life. And I am convinced from my own experience that there is no solution of the social, political, and economic problems of mankind except to deal with them from the standpoint of Principle in the way that Christian Science teaches.
ANNA S. RAYNOLDS
GEORGE PERRY DIXON
When Spring Comes
MYRTLE R. BIGGINS
The Gate Called Beautiful
CHARLES J. C. AUCOIN
Love Individually Reflected
GLENN E. DOUGLAS
PEARL G. ANDREWS
DOROTHY S. HARTKEMEIER
NEVA L. MICHEL
Under the by-line of "The Observer," a contributor to...
George Channing, Committee on Publication for Northern California,
In reply to "E. W. F.," writing in your issue, let me say...
Charles W. J. Tennant, District Manager of Committees on Publication for Great Britain and Ireland,
Will you kindly grant me space to reply to the letter of...
Mrs. Dorothy Hoskyn, former Committee on Publication for the South Island, New Zealand,
W. Stuart Booth
Solemnity and Gladness
Violet Ker Seymer
with contributions from Louis J. Du Bois, Mary Theodora Cooper, Charles C. Butterworth
For twenty-five years I suffered from severe bronchial...
Auguste Forke with contributions from Carl Forke
Many years ago, owing to a mistaken diagnosis and the...
Aemee Ophelie Watkins
I wish to express my gratitude for the many blessings I...
John P. Wright
About twenty years ago my mother caught a glimpse of...
Dorothy B. Rietze
I wish to express my gratitude for Christian Science and...
Harold A. Dundas
From birth I suffered from spinal trouble, never being...
Ida Wood Sample
RUTH D. SMITH
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Henry A. Wallace, Archibald G. Adams, Walter Taylor Sumner, A. H. Wurtele