Mary Baker Eddy's loving tribute to her household workers.
All Natural Soap
This lightly scented sheep soap makes a charming gift for children and adults.
These beautiful metal bookmarks by David Howell & Company feature artifacts and historic sites from Longyear Museum’s collection. Each one symbolizes a significant period in Mary Baker Eddy’s life and in the development of Christian Science. Solid brass with an electro-plated, non-tarnishing silver finish and giclee print.
Brass Pleasant View Ornament
Based on the granite and wrought-iron gate from Mary Baker Eddy's former home in Concord, New Hampshire. Gold-plated brass.
Chestnut Hill Coasters
These attractive coasters come in sets of four and are available in three different options. All are based on original historic wallpaper from Mary Baker Eddy’s final residence at 400 Beacon Street in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, and highlight her love of flowers.
Chestnut Hill Journal
Measuring 6 x 8-1/4 inches, these lovely notebooks have 100 lined pages, a ribbon marker, and a suede-like velvet laminate cover. The Springtime Journal also comes in a blank option.
Chestnut Hill Mini Notebooks
With two separate themes to choose from, these charming mini notebooks will find a spot in every pocket! Each measures 3-1/2 x 5-1/2 inches and has 48 blank pages. The Springtime assortment features poppies, bluebells, and roses in soft shades of blue, yellow, pink, and green. The Autumn assortment features bold motifs in rich shades of rust, red, green, and brown.
Chestnut Hill Scarf
Based on the wallpaper design in Mary Baker Eddy's Chestnut Hill study.
Decorative Wooden Bowls and More
These lovely artisan bowls and plates are hand-crafted by woodworker William Eggers, who has created these one-of-a-kind items for many years. Many were made from repurposed wood. Prices vary depending on size and wood type.
Decorative Wooden Spinning Tops
These lovingly hand-crafted wooden spinning tops are the perfect gift for the child in your life—or your own inner child! Made from poplar, walnut, and ash, each classic toy is hand-colored and unique. No two are alike.
Do Right and Fear Not Plaque
Mary Baker Eddy displayed this motto in the Massachusetts Metaphysical College in Boston and at her homes in Concord, New Hampshire, and Lynn, Massachusetts. At the monthly meeting of the Christian Scientist Association in 1886, she remarked, “‘Do right and fear not’ is the key-note of Christian Science.” (The Christian Science Journal, November 1886).
Faith Without Works Matted Print
Beautiful print recreation with touches of hand-illumination by Susan E. Kilborn. Matted, protected by a plastic sleeve, and ready for framing. 8"x10"
Glass Cross & Crown Paperweight
A handsome addition to any desk, our new glass dome paperweight features a stained glass window from the Mother’s Room in the Original Edifice of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston. In 1908, when Mary Baker Eddy requested that the cross and crown emblem be redesigned, exchanging the coronet for a celestial crown, this window was replaced with a new one.
God is Love Framed Cross-Stitch
Designed and hand-stitched by Susan E. Kilborn in an original design inspired by traditional early American pierced paper needlework.
Historic House Letterpress Cards
These cards can be purchased as a boxed set featuring one card each of the eight Mary Baker Eddy Historic Houses in the Longyear collection or as individual cards. Measures 5 x 7
Historic Houses Tote
This new tote bag features hand-sketched designs of the eight Mary Baker Eddy Historic Houses in Longyear Museum’s collection: North Groton, N.H.; Rumney, N.H; Concord, N.H.; Swampscott, Mass.; Amesbury, Mass.; Stoughton, Mass.; Lynn, Mass.; and Chestnut Hill, Mass.
Mary Baker Eddy's statement from Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures (p. 58) is presented on a decorative plaque with morning glories, a popular flower in Mrs. Eddy's Pleasant View gardens. Size: 8.25" x 6.25"
Hope - Matted Cross-Stitch
Designed and hand-stitched by Susan E. Kilborn in original designs inspired by traditional early American needlepoint work. Each quality has its own design and color theme and is stitched on perforated paper. Pieces are matted and protected by plastic sealed sleeves and ready for framing.
James Gilman Notecards
This boxed set of eight notecards and envelopes span New England’s four seasons and highlight Gilman’s artistry. Set contains two each of the following: Mary Baker Eddy’s Birthplace, watercolor in sepia ink, 1920; Old New England, pencil drawing, 1907; Sunshine on the Farm, pen and ink drawing, circa 1888; The Pasture Spring, pencil drawing, circa 1895.
Assorted views of the Museum and the Mary Baker Eddy Historic Houses adorn these collectible magnets.
Longyear Museum Mug
A handcrafted stoneware mug perfect for everyday use.
Measures 4" x 6"
Mary Baker Eddy's Christmas Message - Framed
In December 1909, while living at 400 Beacon Street, Mary Baker Eddy wrote this loving Christmas message to her household. It would later appear in the Christian Science Sentinel (January 1, 1910), and was also republished in her book The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany, p. 263.
Men's Fleece Vest
This mid-weight fleece vest is perfect to wear year round.
The Quiet Room - Framed
Reproduced from an illuminated print in Longyear’s collection that Mary Baker Eddy gave to Minnie Scott, who worked in the kitchen at Pleasant View and 400 Beacon Street, this verse from a classic poem by John Greenleaf Whittier has a timeless message about the importance of stillness. Framed in a handsome shade of black.
The Quiet Room - Matted
Reproduced from an illuminated print in Longyear’s collection that Mary Baker Eddy gave to Minnie Scott, who worked in the kitchen at Pleasant View and 400 Beacon Street, this verse from a classic poem by John Greenleaf Whittier has a timeless message about the importance of stillness. Matted to match the original and ready for framing.
Vintage Swan Photo with Bible Verse - Matted
An update on a Longyear classic. Beautiful black-and-white photo accompanied by a much-loved Bible verse (Deuteronomy 33:12) assuring God’s protection and care.
Vintage Swan Print - Framed
This classic Longyear gift features a beautiful black-and-white photo accompanied by a much-loved Bible verse (Deuteronomy 33:12) assuring God’s protection and care. Presented in a two-toned white, wooden 5 x 7 inch frame.
Watercolor Historic House Cards
Beautiful watercolors of six of Longyear Museum's Mary Baker Eddy Historic Houses painted in 1999 by Lucile Geiser.
What Our Leader Says Matted Prints
Mary Baker Eddy’s important instruction to students of Christian Science from The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany (page 210) is beautifully rendered in these two unique prints. The Classic version, available with French Blue matting, was inspired by a vintage plaque from Longyear’s collection. The Modern version, available with Congo Green matting, features original artwork with a delicate floral pattern. Matted and ready for framing (8X10).
Women's Fleece Vest
This mid-weight fleece vest is perfect to wear year round.
Your Song Designs Journal
This lovely journal, designed by Your Song Designs of Oakland, California, features snippets of sheet music from familiar hymns.