Ida A. Hulse
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Ida A. Hulse (1856-1921) was born in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, and died in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. She was the wife of Schuyler Hulse, who ran a successful piano and organ dealership in Adams and later, in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. She studied Christian Science with an unknown student of Mary Baker Eddy's. She wrote to Eddy in 1884, inquiring about treatment through prayer, but Eddy's response is not extant. At the time of her passing, Hulse was a member of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church in Pittsfield.
Ida A. Hulse
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Ida A. Hulse (1856-1921) was born in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, and died in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. She was the wife of Schuyler Hulse, who ran a successful piano and organ dealership in Adams and later, in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. She studied Christian Science with an unknown student of Mary Baker Eddy's. She wrote to Eddy in 1884, inquiring about treatment through prayer, but Eddy's response is not extant. At the time of her passing, Hulse was a member of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church in Pittsfield.