Accession: 142.23.006
Editorial Title: Alice M. Sibley to Mary Baker Eddy, August 7, 1881
Author: Alice M. Sibley 
Recipient: Mary Baker Eddy 
Date: August 7, 1881
Manuscript Description: Handwritten by Alice M. Sibley on lined paper from Ipswich, Massachusetts.
Editorial Note: Sibley writes about how she is now in Ipswich with Lucretia S. Brown and enjoying the quiet and peace. She mentions how her plans worked out in terms of coming up to Ipswich and writes about how God has a way of working things out better than her own planning. She hopes that Eddy is enjoying herself better than when she saw her recently, and she expresses, as she does in other letters, a desire to be of help to Eddy. She then playfully suggests that if Eddy were like "'common people,'" she might have at least one button that needs to be sewn back on, but that Hanover P. Smith is probably able to do this much better than she, and Sibley should receive a "good scolding" for her jealousy of him. She closes with "a whole handful of kisses."
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