A Bird's Eye View drawing of Boston in 1873, two years before Mrs. Eddy's primary work, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, was published.
Chestnut Hill Garden
Photo by Linda Payne-Sylvester
Christ in the Temple
by Heinrich Hofmann
Daniel in the Lions' Den
Print of the 1872 painting, Daniel, by Briton Riviere. English artist Briton Riviere painted Daniel in 1872 and Daniel's Answer to the King in 1890. A print of Daniel's Answer to the King hung in Mrs. Eddy's Pleasant View and Chestnut Hill homes. (See The Christian Science Journal, July 1936, "Our Leader, In Retrospect" by Emma Easton Newman.)
Daniel's Answer to the King
Print of the 1890 painting, Daniel's Answer to the King, by English artist Briton Riviere. Briton Riviere painted Daniel in 1872 and Daniel's Answer to the King in 1890. A print of Daniel's Answer to the King hung in Mrs. Eddy's Pleasant View and Chestnut Hill homes. (See The Christian Science Journal, July 1936, "Our Leader, In Retrospect" by Emma Easton Newman.)
Mary Baker Eddy on Balcony at Pleasant View
On June 29, 1903, ten thousand visitors gathered at Pleasant View, Mary Baker Eddy's residence in Concord, New Hampshire. Photographer R.W. Sears was on hand to document that historic event. His original glass plate negative is in the Longyear Museum collection.
Mary Baker Eddy's Birthplace
A view of the Baker farm in Bow, New Hampshire. Lithographic reproduction of an oil painting by Max Bohm.
Red Rock at Sunset
Red Rock is a large outcropping on the shore line of Lynn, Massachusetts. Mrs. Eddy is said to have visited this spot for quiet contemplation in the 1860s and 1870s. Print of an oil painting by Betty Winne Brady.
Sunrise on the Dome
The Original Edifice and the Extension of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, by Betty Winne Brady.
Sunset at Pleasant View
Print of a painting by James F. Gilman. Mary Baker Eddy lived at Pleasant View in Concord, New Hampshire, from 1892 -1908.
The Church Triumphant
Lithographic print by Rebecca O'Sullivan. The acrylic original of this lithographic print, entitled "The Church Triumphant," was painted in 1993, nearly 100 years after the building of the original Mother Church edifice. Rebecca O'Sullivan painted the 24" x 36" original toward the end of her 20-year career in the arts. The lithographs were published the same year in two limited editions.
The Hills of Bow
A view of the Bow hill showing the Baker Farm and surrounding area. Print of a painting by Betty Winne Brady.