Accession: L08314
Editorial Title: Mary Baker Eddy to Sarah O. Bagley, January 10, 1872
Author: Mary Baker Eddy 
Recipient: Sarah O. Bagley 
Date: January 10, 1872
Manuscript Description: Handwritten by Mary Baker Eddy in purple ink on lined paper.
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Received of DrEditorial Note: During the 1870s, “Dr.” could either refer to a trained medical doctor or be used more loosely to refer to someone practicing as any kind of healer. Thus, Eddy’s students who were practicing Christian Science healing were frequently called “Dr.,” even though they did not have a medical degree. Sarah O Bagley $47.00Editorial Note: $47.00 is the equivalent of $915.61 in 2014. in full of all demands up to this date

Mary M. B Glover
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Received of DrEditorial Note: During the 1870s, “Dr.” could either refer to a trained medical doctor or be used more loosely to refer to someone practicing as any kind of healer. Thus, Eddy’s students who were practicing Christian Science healing were frequently called “Dr.,” even though they did not have a medical degree. Sarah O Bagley $47.00Editorial Note: $47.00 is the equivalent of $915.61 in 2014. in full of all demands up to this date

Mary M. B Glover