Accession: L04086
Editorial Title: Mary Baker Eddy to Clara E. Choate, September 8, 1881
Author: Mary Baker Eddy 
Recipient: Clara E. Choate 
Date: September 8, 1881 - archivist estimate
Manuscript Description: Handwritten in ink on unlined paper by Mary Baker Eddy.
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My dear Student,

I have not heard from you for a short time and am thinking how much I should like to drop in upon you tonight and wish a Godspeed I hope dear one you and your husband are well and happy I know you are both but do the finite senses admit this that’s the question only with mortal beliefs Call and see me anytime in the Afternoon after 2 o. c. and I will tell you in private my views about College courses etc Love to your husband bring me some more bank stock and sell all my booksEditorial Note: The books referred to here are copies of the third edition of Mary Baker Eddy’s Science and Health, which was published on August 17, 1881. you can

Lovingly
M B G Eddy

Mrs. Dr. C. E. ChoateEditorial Note: Clara E. Choate. Choate did not have a medical degree, but in the nineteenth century, persons practicing various “healing arts” were often called “doctor.”
6. Milford St. Boston
Mass
LYNN MASS. SEP
L04086
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My dear Student,

I have not heard from you for a short time and am thinking how much I should like to drop in upon you tonight and wish a Godspeed I hope dear one you and your husband are well and happy I know you are both but do the finite senses admit this that’s the question only with mortal beliefs Call and see me anytime in the Afternoon after 2 o. c. and I will tell you in private my views about College courses etc Love to your husband bring me some more bank stock and sell all my booksEditorial Note: The books referred to here are copies of the third edition of Mary Baker Eddy’s Science and Health, which was published on August 17, 1881. you can

Lovingly
M B G Eddy

Mrs. Dr. C. E. ChoateEditorial Note: Clara E. Choate. Choate did not have a medical degree, but in the nineteenth century, persons practicing various “healing arts” were often called “doctor.”
6. Milford St. Boston
Mass
LYNN MASS. SEP