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Chestnut Hill, Mass.—During the recent renovation of Mrs. Eddy's late residence at 400 Beacon Street, a second-floor exhibit room was provided containing items which trace the growth of the movement from its earliest days to the present. This house is open daily, except Sunday, from 1 to 5 p.m. It is closed on all holidays with the exception of April 19, May 30, June 17, and October 12. Cards of admission required, obtainable at Administration Building, 107 Falmouth Street, Boston, Monday through Saturday.
Lynn, Mass.—The former home of Mary Baker Eddy at 12 Broad Street is open to visitors daily, except Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. It is closed on all holidays with the exception of April 19, May 30, June 17, and October 12. This house, including the little attic room where Mrs. Eddy completed her work on the first manuscript of "Science and Health," has been carefully restored to present the highest possible point of historical accuracy.
THE PRAYER OF ABSOLUTE FAITH
MARY COLE CHAPMAN
EXCHANGING MORTAL MIND'S PICTURES FOR DIVINE CONCEPTS
GIRARD F. BAKER
"HAPPINESS IS SPIRITUAL"
MABEL B. BURNHAM
Fanny de Groot Hastings
ASCENSION THROUGH AWAKENING
LESLIE BURN ANDREAE
DON'T TAKE YOURSELF TOO SERIOUSLY
NEVA BROWN PETE
WHERE IS YOUR ALLEGIANCE?
JEAN ELSIE SANDERS
"STABILITY OF THY TIMES"
NATALIE G. FORCE
Benjamin Sturgis Pray
Robert Ellis Key
Helen Wood Bauman
I am grateful for Christian Science...
Roy Edward Myers with contributions from Charlotte Myers
I should like to express my deep...
Mere words seem inadequate to...
Elizabeth H. Baker
Our revered Leader, Mrs. Eddy...
Jane May Shaw
I am very grateful for the privilege...
Claire Putnam Douglas
The early healings through Christian Science...
Floyd G. Summers
Gratitude for the privilege of...
Lucy Elizabeth Herrick
My heart is overflowing with...
Alice Thomas Boling
I took up the study of Christian Science...
Ethel de Labertauche
In my childhood I attended an...
Leah Charlotte Weist
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Earl L. Douglass, W. J. Moris, G. Carrol Rector