Accession: 508.56.007
Editorial Title: Samuel G. Todd to Mary Baker Eddy, December 14, 1879
Author: Samuel G. Todd 
Recipient: Mary Baker Eddy 
Date: December 14, 1879
Manuscript Description: Handwritten by Samuel G. Todd on lined paper from Rowley, Massachusetts.
Archival Note: This is apparently Todd's reply to a letter from Mary Baker Eddy that is not extant.
Editorial Note: Todd tells Mary Baker Eddy that he'd been wondering where she was for a long time and had been wanting to write to her, but he did not know where to send the letter. He says that he has not been to Boston for some time and did not know if Eddy was in Boston or in Europe. He adds that he has "not been down that way" since he saw Eddy at the depot in Salem, Massachusetts. He mentions that Eddy had written that Arthur Buswell had gone "out west" (to Cincinnati). Todd had wanted to write to Buswell but had lost his address. He would like to know what kind of success Buswell is having. Todd did not know that Eddy is holding Sunday church services in Boston, and he would like to attend them and help out, but at present he feels he cannot afford the time or expense of weekly trips to Boston. Todd is maintaining an office in Newburyport, Massachusetts, and is having some success. He hopes his letter finds Eddy well.
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