Notices

A building designed to give the Christian Science movement suitable representation in the capital of the United States, the country of its origin, and to house some of its customary activities there, is now in service at 16th and I Streets, Washington, District of Columbia. The exhibit rooms, the last portion of the building arrangements to be completed, were opened to the public July 15.

The building was purchased about a year ago by The Christian Science Board of Directors for The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts. It is a distinguished old residence, two blocks from the White House, which has been extensively remodeled for its present use and is known as the Christian Science Building.

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