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Mrs. Elizabeth Cadwell Tomlinson, C. S., was born in Byron, Wisconsin. In her infancy, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Americus Vespucius Tilton Cadwell, moved to Portland, Oregon, where, in time, Mrs. Tomlinson was graduated from St. Helen's Hall, a well-known Episcopalian private school. Soon after her graduation she received a remarkable healing in Christian Science; this brought her into the practice of Christian Science, to which she has since devoted her time. She joined The Mother Church in 1900, and was continuously a participant in the general activities of branch churches with which she was connected.
About 1912 she was appointed by the Governor of Oregon as a delegate to take part in a conference of women's organizations in Paris. In 1914 she was in London, England, at the outbreak of the World War, and did service under Mrs. Herbert Hoover in relief activities.
In 1916 she married the Reverend Irving C. Tomlinson, C. S. B., of Boston, and from this time she continued as a worker in the Cause of Christian Science in Boston. She accompanied her husband on his recent three-year lecture tour through the United States, Canada, Great Britain, and the continent of Europe, and the Orient, including Hawaii, Manila, China, and Japan.
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Annual Meeting of The Mother Church
with contributions from Frank C. Colby, Elizabeth Cadwell Tomlinson, Edward L. Ripley, The Christian Science Board of Directors
A Strong Defense
JULIA SALOME KINNEY
HERBERT ERNEST EVANS
"I know better"
EUNICE W. HEDLER
The very generous allotment of your space to the report...
William Pitfield, Committee on Publication for Lancashire, England,
In your issue of September 19, under the heading,...
Hugh T. Campbell, Committee on Publication for the State of Washington,
Extracts from Reports of Christian Science Committees on Publication
with contributions from Selected
From a letter dated 1898
MARY BAKER EDDY
No Age Limit
George Shaw Cook
"Rich toward God"
Violet Ker Seymer
with contributions from Joseph S. Glickauf, John Claude Waller, Walter G. Willoschat, Minta A. Deagon, Paul Swearingen
Although it was only about three years ago that I first...
Gladys M. Hubbard
Over twenty years ago Christian Science came into my...
Charlotte Matejousky with contributions from Joseph J. Matejousky
It was in the way of Christ's appointing that I was led...
Hannah Rollins Twiss
It has long been my desire to express my gratitude for...
William H. Bolte
I am deeply grateful to God and to Christian Science for...
Ralph B. Smith with contributions from Violet G. Smith
It is with deepest gratitude that I express my appreciation...
Lucy J. Dunnington
For years I was a successful business woman—stenographer...
For about twenty years I have been relying on Christian Science...
Mary E. Blanchard
EDNA WISE WEST
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Torrance Phelps, J. W. Saunders, Malcolm J. MacLeod, J. I. Wensley, Nathan Howard Gist, Correspondent, B. Orames, Ruth Glenn Hanson