Accession: 327.44.002
Editorial Title: Daniel H. Spofford to Mary Baker Eddy, January 20, 1872
Author: Daniel H. Spofford 
Recipient: Mary Baker Eddy 
Date: January 20, 1872
Manuscript Description: Handwritten by Daniel H. Spofford.
Archival Note: With this letter, Spofford enclosed a copy of a newspaper article by Wallace Wright in which he first attacked Eddy's teachings. Wright wrote it on January 6, 1872, and it was published in the Lynn Transcript The Lynn Transcript
The Lynn Transcript was a weekly newspaper published in Lynn, Massachusetts, from 1867 to 1896. Mary Baker Eddy had several poems published in the Transcript, including "Rock of Ages" (5/20/1876) and "Hymn of Science" (1876-12-02). (These two poems are early versions of "Christ My Refuge" and "Communion Hymn," respectively.) The Transcript was also used by Eddy and her students to respond to public criticism of Eddy and her teachings.
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Editorial Note: In this letter, Spofford describes the Christian Science practice of his wife, Addie, as well as his views on why Wallace Wright failed as a practitioner.
Related Topic: See V05002Click link to view V05002 document in new window and V05003Click link to view V05003 document in new window for Eddy's replies to Wallace Wright, published in the Lynn Transcript The Lynn Transcript
The Lynn Transcript was a weekly newspaper published in Lynn, Massachusetts, from 1867 to 1896. Mary Baker Eddy had several poems published in the Transcript, including "Rock of Ages" (5/20/1876) and "Hymn of Science" (1876-12-02). (These two poems are early versions of "Christ My Refuge" and "Communion Hymn," respectively.) The Transcript was also used by Eddy and her students to respond to public criticism of Eddy and her teachings.
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