Accession: L02467
Editorial Title: Mary Baker Eddy to Clara E. Choate, February 6, 1879
Author: Mary Baker Eddy 
Recipient: Clara E. Choate 
Date: February 6, 1879
Manuscript Description: Handwritten by Mary Baker Eddy on lined paper.
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Darling, Get the Evening GlobeEditorial Note: Boston Globe of yesterday Feb. 5th take it to Mr Streeter show him the article relating to the Conspiracy get him to have it copied into the Salem papers Send one of the Globes to your husband and friends

Lovingly as ever―
M B G E

I forgot to say in my haste Change that sentence in the article referred As Written: refered to where it says DrEditorial Note: Daniel H. Spofford did not have a medical degree. In the nineteenth century, persons engaged in the practice of various “healing arts” were often referred to as “Doctor.” S a member of the profession to a former member I was sadly disappointed to see that so

M B G E

L02467
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Reproduced from the archive of The Mary Baker Eddy Library

Darling, Get the Evening GlobeEditorial Note: Boston Globe of yesterday Feb. 5th take it to Mr Streeter show him the article relating to the Conspiracy get him to have it copied into the Salem papers Send one of the Globes to your husband and friends

Lovingly as ever―
M B G E

I forgot to say in my haste Change that sentence in the article refered Corrected: referred to where it says DrEditorial Note: Daniel H. Spofford did not have a medical degree. In the nineteenth century, persons engaged in the practice of various “healing arts” were often referred to as “Doctor.” S a [?]  Unclear or illegible  member of the profession to a former member I was sadly disappointed to see that so

M B G E

 
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Boston Globe Daniel H. Spofford did not have a medical degree. In the nineteenth century, persons engaged in the practice of various “healing arts” were often referred to as “Doctor.”