Daily life at Pleasant View

  • Cheryl P. Moneyhun

Today marks the opening of a new exhibit in Longyear Museum’s Portrait Gallery. The exhibit looks at the years Mary Baker Eddy spent at Pleasant View, her home in Concord, New Hampshire (1892-1908), as the Church continued to grow under her direction and landmark steps were taken in the Christian Science movement.

Those years come to vivid life in Longyear’s historical documentary “Who Shall Be Called?” — The Pleasant View Household. In the 13-minute excerpt featured below, you’ll learn more about Mrs. Eddy’s daily activities and interactions with her household staff in this gracious country setting. Enjoy!

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