Accession: 352.48.010
Editorial Title: Selwin Peabody to Mary Baker Eddy, August 20, 1882
Author: Selwin Peabody 
Recipient: Mary Baker Eddy 
Date: August 20, 1882
Manuscript Description: Handwritten by Selwin B. Peabody on printed Tilton Mills stationery from Tilton, New Hampshire.
Archival Note: This letter ends mid-sentence and the remainder of the letter is not extant.
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352.48.010
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Dear Friend,

In reply to yours of 18th inst.Editorial Note: This letter is not extant., I am very sorry I cannot send your design of Albert Baker's monumentEditorial Note: Albert Baker was Mary Baker Eddy's brother. He was buried in Park Cemetery, Tilton, New Hampshire., but we have never had one -- Mr. [?]  Unclear or illegible  simply showed Mrs. Tilton photographs and she selected this -- and he took it away with him. I think however, that you need have no fears, that the one you have selectedEditorial Note: Mary Baker Eddy was apparently selecting a design for a monument for her husband, Asa Gilbert Eddy, who died on June 3, 1882. The monument was placed over Asa Gilbert Eddy's grave in Park Cemetery, Tilton, New Hampshire. would be just like this -- As erected by a

352.48.010
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Reproduced from the archive of The Mary Baker Eddy Library

Dear Friend,

In reply to yours of 18th inst.Editorial Note: This letter is not extant., I am very sorry I cannot send your design of Albert Baker's monumentEditorial Note: Albert Baker was Mary Baker Eddy's brother. He was buried in Park Cemetery, Tilton, New Hampshire., but we have never had one -- Mr. [?]  Unclear or illegible  simply showed Mrs. Tilton photographs and she selected this -- and he took it away with him. I think however, that you need have no fears, that the one you have selectedEditorial Note: Mary Baker Eddy was apparently selecting a design for a monument for her husband, Asa Gilbert Eddy, who died on June 3, 1882. The monument was placed over Asa Gilbert Eddy's grave in Park Cemetery, Tilton, New Hampshire. would be just like this -- As erected by a

 
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This letter is not extant. Albert Baker was Mary Baker Eddy's brother. He was buried in Park Cemetery, Tilton, New Hampshire. Mary Baker Eddy was apparently selecting a design for a monument for her husband, Asa Gilbert Eddy, who died on June 3, 1882. The monument was placed over Asa Gilbert Eddy's grave in Park Cemetery, Tilton, New Hampshire.