Accession: 503.56.001
Editorial Title: Caroline M. Poor to W. S. George, November 1881
Author: Caroline M. Poor 
Recipient: W. S. George 
Date: November 1881
Manuscript Description: Handwritten by Caroline M. Poor from Charlestown, Massachusetts.
Editorial Note: In this letter, Caroline M. Poor introduces Mary Baker Eddy to her brother, William S. George. Poor identifies Eddy through her connection to the Massachusetts Metaphysical College and says that Eddy has, through study and hard work, come to understand the thought, "All is Mind, there is no matter." She has, without earthly help, found its basis and reduced it to a practical Science that heals the sick and reforms the sinner. George has already witnessed some of its fruits in what it has done for Poor and others. Poor has never felt so well and free from pain. Like all reformers, Eddy has suffered persecution, slander, and abuse. Poor believes that her brother will be glad to see Eddy, and when he realizes something of the significance of Christian Science and becomes acquainted with her, he will esteem her as a very gifted and unselfish woman.
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