Accession: 139.23.006
Editorial Title: Lucinda M. Reeves to Mary Baker Eddy, January 6, 1882
Author: Lucinda M. Reeves 
Recipient: Mary Baker Eddy 
Date: January 6, 1882
Manuscript Description: Handwritten by Lucinda M. Reeves on lined paper from Washington, D.C.
Editorial Note: Reeves begins by saying that she has received Mary Baker Eddy's letter dated January 4, 1882 (not extant). The main part of Reeves' letter concerns her renting a house for Mary Baker Eddy and Asa Gilbert Eddy to live in, if they plan to locate in Washington, D.C. for a time, and she gives Eddy choices regarding where they could live and the likely costs. She suggests that she and her niece, whom she currently lives with, rent a home with the Eddys and do the cooking and cleaning for them. She says it would be more efficient than hiring servants. Reeves then discusses the current weather in Washington and says they are having their first snowfall of the season, with five or six inches accumulation so far. Reeves asks Eddy to write at once with her feelings about the house, or, they could wait until Eddy arrives and then decide. She will be so glad to see Eddy because she is beginning to fear that she might do her patients more harm than good. She hopes that both of the Eddys are keeping well during the winter.
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