Accession: 139.23.010
Editorial Title: Lucinda M. Reeves to Mary Baker Eddy, January 16, 1882
Author: Lucinda M. Reeves 
Recipient: Mary Baker Eddy 
Date: January 16, 1882
Manuscript Description: Handwritten by Lucinda M. Reeves on embossed lined paper from Washington, D.C.
Editorial Note: Reeves writes that she has spoken with a lawyer about medical laws in Washington, D.C. He told her that he knows of no law in D.C. that would prohibit healing without drugs. He says that he knows of many who practice in this way, and he has not heard of any issues. He has found the laws in D.C. are the most liberal of any that he knows. Reeves also writes that she has found a potential house for Mary Baker Eddy and Asa Gilbert Eddy to stay in when they visit Washington, D.C., but she hesitates to take any action without hearing from Eddy. She is anxious to see Eddy soon, as she feels she is no longer able to heal and thinks it is perhaps because she has been trying to serve two masters by spending so much time looking for housing for herself and the Eddys. Reeves also writes that she has mailed an example of how Spiritualists advertise in newspapers in Washington, D.C. (not extant).
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