Minnie B. Hall De Soto
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Minnie B. Hall De Soto (1863-1952) (also known as Minnie Hall Perry) was a native of Denver, Colorado. De Soto was a skilled artist, studying at the Chicago Art Institute and with the Art Students League of New York. She became interested in Christian Science in 1885 after her mother, Mary Melissa Hall, was healed by a Christian Science practitioner in Chicago. De Soto had Primary class instruction with Bradford Sherman and then Normal class with Mary Baker Eddy in May 1886. In August 1886, she founded the Colorado Christian Science Institute in Denver where she taught Christian Science. In January 1896, she united with The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and, in 1899, she began advertising as a Christian Science practitioner and teacher in The Christian Science Journal, serving until her passing.

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Minnie B. Hall De Soto
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Minnie B. Hall De Soto (1863-1952) (also known as Minnie Hall Perry) was a native of Denver, Colorado. De Soto was a skilled artist, studying at the Chicago Art Institute and with the Art Students League of New York. She became interested in Christian Science in 1885 after her mother, Mary Melissa Hall, was healed by a Christian Science practitioner in Chicago. De Soto had Primary class instruction with Bradford Sherman and then Normal class with Mary Baker Eddy in May 1886. In August 1886, she founded the Colorado Christian Science Institute in Denver where she taught Christian Science. In January 1896, she united with The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and, in 1899, she began advertising as a Christian Science practitioner and teacher in The Christian Science Journal, serving until her passing.

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