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"Out of a woman's life, a newspaper..."

From the May 1999 issue of The Christian Science Journal


The Exhibit '"This is woman's hour...'; The Life of Mary Baker Eddy" was first featured in March 1998 at the Women's Rights National Historical Park in Seneca Falls, New York. Its popularity extended its ... stay at the Park museum for two months, after which it was moved into a Christian Science Reading Room in the village.

A replica of the exhibit is now on tour, and opened at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., on February 4, with two additional panels titled "Out of a woman's life, a newspaper ..." These new panels depict The Christian Science Monitor and its founder, Mary Baker Eddy, and encourage visitors to explore the rest of the exhibit, featuring Mrs. Eddy's life as a healer, thinker, and woman of accomplishment.

Because public interest is growing in the area of women's history, the National Press Club was very interested in highlighting Mrs. Eddy's achievements as founder of an international daily newspaper, as part of its commemoration of National Women's History Month.

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