This important chronicle of the public’s interest in Mrs. Eddy contains articles and editorials from more than 170 publications.
“Mrs. Mary Baker Eddy may properly be estimated as one of the most remarkable women of the age,” wrote The Lynchburg News in 1910. Mrs. Eddy was widely known and talked about during her lifetime, and her outstanding accomplishments resulted in much media interest. This book is a special compilation of that press coverage, containing excerpts from special articles, personal tributes, and editorials from more than 170 newspapers and magazines of her day.
Width: 16 cm (6.2″)
Height: 22 cm (8.6″)