Accession: 553.58.021
Editorial Title: Ira B. Keith to Mary Baker Eddy, June 27, 1884
Author: Ira B. Keith 
Recipient: Mary Baker Eddy 
Annotator: Mary Baker Eddy 
Date: June 27, 1884
Manuscript Description: Handwritten by Ira B. Keith on his printed stationery, from Lynn, Massachusetts.
Archival Note: This letter includes a notation in the handwriting of Mary Baker Eddy.
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Your letterEditorial Note: This letter is not extant. of inquiry of the 25th instantAs Written:inst is at hand and in reply would say. You have a right to enter your house on Broad Street and examine it from cellar to attic. You can also take with you a person to look at the house.

If the leasee (Mr. Farrar) should forbid your entering at a reasonable hour it would be a breach of the lease for which you could have an action or expel the tenant

Very truly
Ira B. Keith

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553.58.021
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Reproduced from the archive of The Mary Baker Eddy Library

Your letterEditorial Note: This letter is not extant. of inquiry of the 25th instExpanded:instant is at hand and in reply would say. You have a right to enter your house on Broad Street and examine it from cellar to attic. You can also take with you a person to look at the house.

If the leasee (Mr. Farrar) should forbid your entering at a reasonable hour it would be a breach of the lease for which you could have an action or expel the tenant

Very truly
Ira B. Keith

Handshift:Mary Baker EddyansExpanded:answer

 
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