AFTER A FEW MONTHS ON THE JOB as president of The Mary Baker Eddy Library, I've only begun to understand the value of its collection of documents and objects that illustrate the life of the Discoverer of Christian Science. Literally thousands of letters, plus sermons, scrapbooks, and household records, are available for study in digitized format.
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