Accession: L02490
Editorial Title: Mary Baker Eddy to Clara E. Choate, October 6, 1881
Author: Mary Baker Eddy 
Recipient: Clara E. Choate 
Date: October 6, 1881 - archivist estimate
Manuscript Description: Handwritten in ink on lined paper by Mary Baker Eddy.
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My dear Student

YoursEditorial Note: This is a reference to Clara E. Choate’s letter to Mary Baker Eddy, dated October 4, 1881 (025.10.015). rec'd I think I shall not be able to get one but dear Mr. Manley Thanks for your efforts Now dear do just as I say as usual and go the first thing you do to Dover St close to Tremont and call on my friend Charles J. Eastman M. D. who had a belief last weekEditorial Note: In letter 511.56.002 Eastman mentions that he hasn’t stepped on his foot since Eddy was there some weeks ago, but that it is getting better. The "belief" Eddy mentions in this letter is possibly a reference to an incident where Eastman injured his foot. Eddy taught that all illness and injury is, at base, mental in nature, and often made reference to them as "beliefs." Tell him I sent you as a friend to give him a little lift

This acquaintance will be an advantage to you and I told him I would interest a student for him He is the one who helped me get the Charter for our College

Lovingly Yours
M B G E
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My dear Student

YoursEditorial Note: This is a reference to Clara E. Choate’s letter to Mary Baker Eddy, dated October 4, 1881 (025.10.015). rec'd I think I shall not be able to get one but dear Mr. Manley Thanks for your efforts Now dear do just as I say as usual and go the first thing you do to Dover St close to Tremont and call on my friend Charles J. Eastman M. D. who had a belief last weekEditorial Note: In letter 511.56.002 Eastman mentions that he hasn’t stepped on his foot since Eddy was there some weeks ago, but that it is getting better. The "belief" Eddy mentions in this letter is possibly a reference to an incident where Eastman injured his foot. Eddy taught that all illness and injury is, at base, mental in nature, and often made reference to them as "beliefs." Tell him I sent you as a friend to and give him a little lift

This acquaintance will be an advantage to you and I told him I would interest a student for him He is the one who helped me get the Charter for our College

Lovingly Yours
M B G E