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Visitors to Washington. D. C., are cordially invited to the exhibit rooms on the second floor of the Christian Science Building at 16th and I Streets, N. W. Here carefully prepared exhibits provide glimpses of the origin, scope, and healing ministry of Christian Science. The exhibit is open free to the public daily, including holidays, Monday through Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Sunday from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. On Thanksgiving Day, Christmas, and New Year's Day, the hours are the same as on Sunday.
"THOSE DAYS SHALL BE SHORTENED"
PETER B. BIGGINS
"THE JOY OF PATHS UNTROD"
MARGARET LEE RUNBECK
UPSIDE DOWN OR RIGHT SIDE UP?
JENS OSVALD LAURITZEN
LUIE HOPKINS BALL
Hazel Harper Brandner
INNER PEACE AS THE WORLD PROGRESSES
ROBERT DOLLING WELLS
GOD'S WILL IS THE LAW OF LIFE
MYRTLE A. CASH
SHEPHERDING OUR PROGRESS
William Aubert Luce
CONCERNING THE CHRIST
Robert Ellis Key
WHO SHALL BE GREATEST?
Helen Wood Bauman
I am increasingly grateful to God...
Joan Marie Madsen
One summer recently I caught...
Cecil Digby Burnham
I have much to be grateful for...
Jeanette Wieand Grub
My first contact with this liberating...
I did not take up the study of...
Cara Jane Miller
At the height of a so-called critical...
Dorris K. Weyreter
I have depended entirely on...
Helenruth D. Courtney with contributions from Barbara Courtney Driver
I am grateful to have had a loving...
James C. Watson
As a child I attended an orthodox...
Arma L. Cardey with contributions from Vernon Cardey
About thirty-five years ago, as a...
Sara E. Allen
Signs of the Times
with contributions from W. A. Cameron, G. M. Ottsen