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May 7, 2012
NORTH GROTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE: On a sunny spring day in 2011, a chartered bus carrying forty eleventh-graders wound its way over a twisting road in the foothills of the White Mountains.
March 19, 2012
In December 2011, the first phase of storm windows was installed at the Mary Baker Eddy Historic House in Amesbury, Massachusetts. Mary Baker Eddy (then Mrs. Glover) stayed here as a boarder with Sara Bagley, owner of the home, for the months of June and July 1868 and again in the spring of 1870.
January 30, 2012
2011 was another busy year at the Mary Baker Eddy Historic Houses. Ongoing repairs and maintenance are essential to preserve these important historic sites...
January 20, 2012
Join us for a look at the Mary Baker Eddy Historic House in Stoughton, Massachusetts.
October 10, 2011
Longyear Museum is pleased to announce that the street address of the Mary Baker Eddy Historic House in Lynn recently changed from 12 Broad Street back to its original number, 8 Broad Street. Mrs. Eddy’s address was 8 Broad Street when she lived in this house from 1875 to 1882.
October 3, 2011
Today the Mary Baker Eddy Historic House in North Groton, New Hampshire, sits in a quiet hollow, surrounded by heavily wooded hills. But when Mary Baker Eddy and her second husband, Daniel Patterson, moved there in 1855 to be near her 10-year-old son, George, North Groton was anything but quiet. It was a bustling community with farms, mica mines, and mills scattered across the cleared land.
August 15, 2011
This three-minute video features an exterior restoration update from Preservation Architect Gary Wolf at the Mary Baker Eddy Historic House in Lynn, Massachusetts.
August 1, 2011
As we reach the final stages of the exterior restoration of the Mary Baker Eddy historic house in Lynn, Massachusetts, the lovely Italianate style of the house, typical of the 1870s, is shining forth.
April 18, 2011
This autumn from September 22-25, travelers on Longyear’s annual Fall Tour will be guided through historic houses and other places of significance as they explore Mary Baker Eddy’s life journey and discover and rediscover important sites in the history of the Christian Science movement. We hope you will join us for this four-day program.
April 4, 2011
The skylight in Mrs. Eddy’s attic room is one of the most famous architectural features of the Mary Baker Eddy Historic House in Lynn, Massachusetts.