What a wave of pleasant and challenging excitement must have swept through the building at 569 Columbus Avenue in Boston, Massachusetts, on a certain day in the early spring of 1883! The printer had just delivered to this building, then serving as the offices and residence of Mary Baker Eddy, the first copies of the first issue of her first periodical, Journal of Christian Science. later to be called The Christian Science Journal.
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