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Letter to E.C. Bostock (transcript) Edit


Component Unique Identifier
Item 70
Level of Description


  • 1880 December 11 (label)


  • Scope and Contents

    One typed transcript. Written in Philadelphia. Acknowledges Mr. Bostock's temporary position as evening school teacher. Discusses the parallel between the Authority of the Writings and Divine Providence. Encourages Mr. Bostock to develop a Science curriculum that incorporates spiritual correspondences in the instruction. Mentions his preference of the Academy teaching over current old school methods. Criticizes certain individuals currently spreading lies about the Academy. Briefly comments on the Detroit Society. Individuals and places mentioned: Mr. Pendleton, Ms. W. Goddard Jr., Mr. Goddard Jr., Dr. Kirk, Mr. Whitehead, Mr. Fuller, Mr. Hibbard, and Mrs. Bostock.