Accession: L13464
Editorial Title: Mary Baker Eddy to Benjamin F. Atkinson, March 3, 1880
Author: Mary Baker Eddy 
Recipient: Benjamin F. Atkinson 
Date: March 3, 1880 - archivist estimate
Manuscript Description: Handwritten by Mary Baker Eddy on lined paper.
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Mr. Atkinson
Dear Sir,

We miss you at our pleasant servicesEditorial Note: The Church of Christ (Scientist) was holding regular Sunday services at this time. this winter but can understand that you must be very busy.

I write at this time especially to request you if you are in Boston soon to call at my residence as above There are some things I ought to tell you and wish to do so

quietly

Hope your family are now well, learned that your wife had been ill by Dr.Editorial Note: Arens did not have a medical degree, but, in the nineteenth century, persons engaged in various “healing arts” were often referred to as “Doctor.” Arens announcing in a public meeting that he had cured her. We have had a delightful winter in Boston. I have met with success as usual

Love to all
Respectfully
M. B. G. Eddy
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Mr. Atkinson
Dear Sir,

We miss you at our pleasant servicesEditorial Note: The Church of Christ (Scientist) was holding regular Sunday services at this time. this winter but can understand that you must be very busy.

I write at this time especially to request you if you are in Boston soon to call at my residence as above There are some things I ought to tell you and wish to do so

quietly

Hope your family are now well, learned that your wife had been ill by Dr.Editorial Note: Arens did not have a medical degree, but, in the nineteenth century, persons engaged in various “healing arts” were often referred to as “Doctor.” Arens announcing in a public meeting that he had cured her. We have had a delightful winter in Boston. I have met with success as usual

Love to all
Respectfully
M. B. G. Eddy