Mary Lyman Storrs
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Mary Lyman Storrs (1849-1942) was born in Lebanon, New Hampshire, and died in Pasadena, California. She became interested in Christian Science in 1884, although she never studied with Mary Baker Eddy or united with the Church of Christ (Scientist). In the late 1880s, she moved to Albany, New York, where she practiced as a mental healer until about 1900. While living in Albany, she was also active in the women's suffrage movement. In 1899, she represented the New York State Women's Suffrage Association in talks with the Governor of New York, Theodore Roosevelt. In the early 1900s, she split her time between New York City and Cuba, where she owned and operated an orchard with her husband. In 1920, she and her husband settled in Pasadena, California.
Mary Lyman Storrs
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Mary Lyman Storrs (1849-1942) was born in Lebanon, New Hampshire, and died in Pasadena, California. She became interested in Christian Science in 1884, although she never studied with Mary Baker Eddy or united with the Church of Christ (Scientist). In the late 1880s, she moved to Albany, New York, where she practiced as a mental healer until about 1900. While living in Albany, she was also active in the women's suffrage movement. In 1899, she represented the New York State Women's Suffrage Association in talks with the Governor of New York, Theodore Roosevelt. In the early 1900s, she split her time between New York City and Cuba, where she owned and operated an orchard with her husband. In 1920, she and her husband settled in Pasadena, California.