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Items of Interest
For over fourteen years The Mother Church has maintained one of its three Reading Rooms in the financial district of Boston at 209 Washington Street. With the expiration of the lease it has seemed advantageous to remove to 333 Washington Street, at the head of Milk Street, opposite the Old South Church. There the Reading Room was recently opened.
From the Province Street side, the entrance to the Reading Room is to the floor on which it is located. From Washington Street the Reading Room is up one flight, served, of course, by elevators and stairway.
"Every man under his vine and under his fig tree"
PETER B. BIGGINS
The House at Bethany
FRANCIS LYSTER JANDRON
"Key to the Scriptures"
Our Perfect Helper
In reply to "A Christadelphian," writing in your issue of...
Charles W. J. Tennant,
In an article in Misjonshilsen, entitled "The Religious Spiritual Crisis in the Jewish World,"...
Nils A. T. Lerche, Committee on Publication for Norway,
Your issue of October 11 carries a kindly reference to...
Aaron E. Brandt, Committee on Publication for Pennsylvania,
The Nursing Homes Registration Act of 1929, passed...
Harold David Joffe, former Committee on Publication for Transvaal, South Africa,
W. Stuart Booth
Violet Ker Seymer
with contributions from Valborg Westin
About three years ago I learned for the first time that...
Perhaps no one could have been more prejudiced against...
Alice H. Allen
I wish to express my profound gratitude for all that...
I should like to tell of a healing which I experienced...
Ruth C. Eiseman
Christian Science found me in the darkest hour of...
For some time I have desired to voice my gratitude...
Emily B. Whyte
When I was a child the question of how to be saved,...
Magda O. Christensen
Having studied Christian Science for some ten years, I...
ANNIE DINSMORE MC CLURE
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Herbert Hargrave, Silver, Caroline Ticknor, Ralph A. Jensen, F. C. Reynolds, Moreland