Accession: 197.32.007
Editorial Title: George W. Glover to Mary Baker Eddy and Asa Gilbert Eddy, September 16, 1880
Author: George W. Glover 
Recipient: Mary Baker Eddy  Asa Gilbert Eddy 
Date: September 16, 1880
Manuscript Description: Handwritten for George W. Glover on lined paper from Deadwood, Dakota Territory.
Editorial Note: Glover writes of his mining ventures. He also says that the brother and wife of Charles Beaumeister of New York City are in Deadwood and that they visited him. They saw Mary Baker Eddy's books, admired them, and Glover let them read the books. Charles Beaumeister is suffering from what doctors are calling "brain paralysis" or RIND (Reversible Ischemic Neurological Deficit). One of his sides has been paralyzed for eight years, but he seems otherwise to be healthy and strong. Glover says that Mrs. Beaumeister and their son, Edward, an assayer in Deadwood, want him to ask Mary Baker Eddy if she has ever cured a case of RIND and if she would take Mr. Beaumeister as a patient. If Eddy would agree to take the case, the Beaumeisters would come to her at once. Glover adds that they are very wealthy, and they would be willing to give Eddy at least $1000 (the equivalent of $24,776.17 in 2015) if she is able to cure Mr. Beaumeister. Glover asks if Asa Gilbert Eddy is willing to invest in a farm, as the area around Deadwood is agriculturally rich and there is land available. Glover's wife, Ellen H. Glover, had recently written to Mary Baker Eddy and included in the letter photos of Eddy's grandchildren. Glover concludes the letter by saying that they are all in extremely good health.
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