Accession: L04089
Editorial Title: Mary Baker Eddy to Clara E. Choate, July 16, 1882
Author: Mary Baker Eddy 
Recipient: Clara E. Choate 
Date: July 16, 1882 - archivist estimate
Manuscript Description: Handwritten by Mary Baker Eddy on lined paper.
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My darling Student

I have not forgotten you. Oh no, not until this heart ceases ― to beat can that be. The services you are rendering to God and man are the engravers upon my memory as with the point of a diamond, & They are writing your memory indelibly on my heart

I am up among the towering heights As Written: hights of this verdant stateEditorial Note: Mary Baker Eddy spent some time in Vermont after her husband's passing. She was accompanied by Alice Sibley and they stayed at Arthur Buswell's family home in Barton, Vermon, for a month, returning on August 6, 1882., green with the leaves of earth and fresh with the fragrance of good will and human kindness. I never found a kindlier people. I am situated as pleasantly as I can be in the absenceEditorial Note: Asa Gilbert Eddy died on June 3, 1882. of the one true heart that has been so much to me. O, darling I never shall master this point of missing him all the time I do believe, but I can try, and am trying as I must ― to sever all the chords that bind me to person or things material How are you getting on? W ell of course. I did not name it to any one whom I should take with me but dear little Alice Sibley went with me and has hovered round me like a flower of light She sends much love to you and will enclose As Written: inclose a word herself The beauties of our trip are familiar to me but Alice was almost wild over them. We will be ready for work when we return after having such a nice vacation Write me all about the dear causeEditorial Note: The cause of Christian Science.. This is my birth dayEditorial Note: Mary Baker Eddy was born on July 16, 1821., a day of such moment to the race and of such a history to one? I long to returnEditorial Note: Mary Baker Eddy returned to Boston from Vermont on August 6, 1882. and the time will soon pass. I dread to returnEditorial Note: Mary Baker Eddy returned to Boston from Vermont on August 6, 1882. but the days glide by.

Ever Lovingly
M B G E
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My darling Student

I have not forgotten you. Oh no, not until this heart ceases ― to beat can thisat be. The services you are rendering to God and man are the engravers upon my memory as with the point of a diamond, & They are writing your memory indelibly on my heart

I am up among the towering hights Corrected: heights of this verdant stateEditorial Note: Mary Baker Eddy spent some time in Vermont after her husband's passing. She was accompanied by Alice Sibley and they stayed at Arthur Buswell's family home in Barton, Vermon, for a month, returning on August 6, 1882., green with the leaves of earth and fresh with the fragrance of good will and human kindness. I never found a kindlier people. I am situated as pleasantly as I can be in the absenceEditorial Note: Asa Gilbert Eddy died on June 3, 1882. of the one true heart that has been so much to me. O, darling I never shall master this point of missing him all the time I do believe, but I can try, and am trying as I must ― to sever all the chords that bind me to person or things material How are you getting on? W ell of course. I did not name it to any one whom I should take with me but dear little Alice Sibley went with me and has hovered round me like a flower of light She sends much love to you and will inclose Corrected: enclose a word herself The beauties of our trip are familiar to me but Alice was almost wild over them. We will be ready for work when we return after having such a nice vacation Write me all about the dear causeEditorial Note: The cause of Christian Science.. This is my birth dayEditorial Note: Mary Baker Eddy was born on July 16, 1821., a day of such moment to the race and of such a history to one? I long to returnEditorial Note: Mary Baker Eddy returned to Boston from Vermont on August 6, 1882. but and the time will soon pass. I dread to returnEditorial Note: Mary Baker Eddy returned to Boston from Vermont on August 6, 1882. but the days glide by.

Ever Lovingly
M B G E