Accession: L08317
Editorial Title: Mary Baker Eddy to Sarah O. Bagley, January 13, 1875
Author: Mary Baker Eddy 
Recipient: Sarah O. Bagley 
Date: January 13, 1875
Manuscript Description: Handwritten in pencil by Mary Baker Eddy.
Editorial Note: This brief letter includes a receipt.
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L08317
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Dear Student

Yours received and when I get into my own house and can attend to it I will arrange our papers and receipt to you in full

In haste

Truly

M B G

Jan 1st 1875

Received of Dr.Editorial Note: It was customary in the 1870s to refer to persons engaged in healing as “Doctor” even if they did not have the degree of MD. S. O. Bagley 30,00 thirty dollarsEditorial Note: $30.00 in 1875 is the equivalent of $637.59 in 2014. in percentage in her practice

L08317
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Dear Student

Yours received and when I get into my own house and can attend to it I will arrange our papers and receipt to you in full

In haste

Truly

M B G

Jan 1st 1875

Received of Dr.Editorial Note: It was customary in the 1870s to refer to persons engaged in healing as “Doctor” even if they did not have the degree of MD. S. O. Bagley 30,00 thirty dollarsEditorial Note: $30.00 in 1875 is the equivalent of $637.59 in 2014. in percentage in her practice