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[Title page of Cases of Conscience Concerning Evil Spirits, ..., by Increase Mather]

[Title page - no illus. of Triyals of...Witches... by Cotton Mather]

Wonders of the invisible world: being an account of the trials of several witches, lately executed in New England...by Cotton Mather

[Increase Mather, 1639-1723, head and shoulders, facing right]

[Title page and last page of Strange Phenomena of New England in the 17th Century including the "Salem Witchcraft, 1692", from the writing of Cotton Mather, New York, 1846]

[Title page and last page of Strange Phenomena of New England in the 17th Century including the "Salem Witchcraft, 1692", from the writing of Cotton Mather, New York, 1846]

The director and prefect of the Sodality of St. Joseph's Church, Philada. To all who shall see the present letters greeting in the Lord / J. Queen del. ; Lith. of Duval, Williams & Duval Pha.

This is to certify that Reuben E. Fenton is a life member of Judson Missionary Association of the Hanson Place Baptist Sabbath School / lith. of Seibert, Wetzler & Co., N.Y.

[Odd fellowship] - friendship love & truth - in God we trust

Eldership of Church of God

Pleasant View - home of Rev. Mary Baker Eddy, Concord, N.H.

Pleasant View - home of Rev. Mary Baker Eddy, Concord, N.H.

[George W. Glover, Mary Baker Eddy's son, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left]

Birthplace of Mary Baker G. Eddy

The Venerable Patriarch and Bishops of the Armenians, Jerusalem, Palestine

Women of the Schwenkfelder sect, possibly in Pennsylvania

[Pleasant View, home of Mrs. Mary Baker Eddy, Concord, N.H.]

[Pleasant View, home of Mrs. Mary Baker Eddy, Concord, N.H.]

Home of Mrs. Mary Baker Eddy, Brookline, Boston, Mass.

[Pleasant View, home of Mary Baker Eddy, Concord, N.H.]

Doukhobor pilgrims invading Yorkton, Canada, Oct. 28, 1902

[Mary Baker Eddy, full-length portrait, standing on balcony of her(?) home, facing left]

Officers and Choir of Zion

Fourth anniversary of consrecration [sic] of Zion Temple site, July, 1904, Zion City, Ill.

Shiloh Tabernacle, July 17, 1904, Zion City, Ill.

Zion Industries at Shiloh Tabernacle, July 1904, Zion City, Ill.

[Interior of the Mary Baker Eddy home in Boston, Mass., showing one of Mrs. Eddy's rooms, possibly a study] / T.E. Marr.

Home of Mary Baker Eddy in Boston, Mass.: Mrs. Eddy's room - showing pictures on wall

Home of Mary Baker Eddy in Boston, Mass.: Back parlor

Mary Baker Eddy house, Lynn, Mass

[Home of Mrs. Mary Baker Eddy, Brookline, Mass.]

Converts' rally, Evangelistic Committee of New York City, Carnegie Hall, Sept. 14, 1908

Ladies Methodist Episcopal Aid Society of Kearney, Nebraska.

Ill. Conference of M.E. Church, Jacksonville, Ill., Sept. 19, '10

Ill. Conference of M.E. Church, Jacksonville, Ill., Sept. 19, '10

Illinois Baptist State Convention, 66th anniversary, Urbana, Ill., Oct. 17-20, 1910

Ladies Aid Society, Buda, Buffalo County, Nebraska.

E.W.V. Kuehn, Gen. W.P. Hall, R.B. Maxwell, J.T.D. Pyles, Dr. L.W. Jones, Pastor Russell, Prof. F.B. Thompson

[Home of Mary Baker Eddy, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts]

[Home of Mary Baker Eddy, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts]

The Men's Bible Class of the First M.E. Church of Vandalia, Ill., W. M. Folger, teacher

Seventh Day Adventists of Wisconsin, in anual [sic] state convention, held at Wausau, Wis., June 20th to 30th, 1912

Lutheran Dist. Synod of Ohio, June 1914

Winona Bible Conference, 1915, Winona Lake, Ind.

71st Session Illinois Conference, Evangelical Association, Naperville, 1915

Mary Baker Eddy

Charles Taze Russell, 1852-1916

Charles Taze Russell, 1852-1916

[Mary (Baker) Eddy, 1821-1910, half-length portrait, seated, facing right]

"The Playground" in Bow, N.H. where Mrs. Mary Baker G. Eddy enjoyed many happy hours as a child, near the old Baker home

[Memorial of Mrs. Mary Baker Eddy]

House of David

Mary Baker Eddy, 1821-1910

Members of the procession in front of St. Anthony's Church, Lewis Street; the man in the white shirt is William Pascrell, Mayor of Paterson.

Dignitaries standing in front of the Montescaglioso Club; the tall man in the tan suit is Congressman Herbert Klein, the man in the white shirt is Paterson mayor William Pascrell.

Dignitaries standing in front of the Montescaglioso Club; the tall man in the tan suit is Congressman Herbert Klein, the man in the white shirt is Paterson mayor William Pascrell

Hired band marches down Lewis Street.

Band plays in street in front of church.

Man solicits cash donations from spectators on 21st Avenue.

After a mass, statue of San Rocco is carried from St. Anthony's Church to float parked in front of the church.

Man with cash donated to the saint.

After a mass, statue of San Rocco is carried from St. Anthony's Church to float parked in front of the church.

Dignitaries standing in front of the Montescaglioso Club; the tall man in the tan suit is Congressman Herbert Klein, the man in the white shirt is Paterson mayor William Pascrell.

After a mass, statue of San Rocco is carried from St. Anthony's Church to float parked in front of the church.

Statue of San Rocco is carried from the church to the float.

Dignitaries standing in front of the Montescaglioso Club; the tall man in the tan suit is Congressman Herbert Klein, the man in the white shirt is Paterson mayor William Pascrell.

Statue of San Rocco is carried from the church to the float.

Tractor tows float bearing statue of San Rocco.

Statue of San Rocco is returned to St. Anthony's Church on Lewis Street.

Procession moves down 21st Avenue; marchers at head of the procession carry American flag and the banner of the Montescaglioso Club.

Man solicits cash donations from spectators on 21st Avenue.

Float carries statue through the streets; members of Knights of Columbus walk beside the float.

Man solicits cash donations from spectators on 21st Avenue.

Statue of San Rocco is returned to St. Anthony's Church on Lewis Street.

Members of the procession in front of St. Anthony's Church, Lewis St.

Dignitaries standing in front of the Montescaglioso Club; the tall man in the tan suit is Congressman Herbert Klein, the man in the white shirt is Paterson mayor William Pascrell.

After a mass, statue of San Rocco is carried from St. Anthony's Church to float parked in front of the church.

Tractor tows float bearing statue of San Rocco.

Float carries statue through the streets; members of Knights of Columbus walk beside the float.

Priest and other members of the procession.

After a mass, statue of San Rocco is carried from St. Anthony's Church to float parked in front of the church.

Statue of San Rocco is carried from the church to the float.

Italian flag in front of St. Anthony's.

Statue of San Rocco is carried from the church to the float.

Dignitaries standing in front of the Montescaglioso Club; the tall man in the tan suit is Congressman Herbert Klein, the man in the white shirt is Paterson mayor William Pascrell.

Man with cash donated to the saint; fieldworker Martha Cooper photographs him.

Members of procession walk down 21st Avenue.

Statue of San Rocco is carried from the church to the float.

Float carrying saint moves down 21st Avenue.

Dignitaries standing in front of the Montescaglioso Club; the tall man in the tan suit is Congressman Herbert Klein, the man in the white shirt is Paterson mayor William Pascrell.

Members of the procession on steps of St. Anthony's.

Priest and other members of the procession.

Statue of San Rocco is carried from the church to the float.

U.S. Reports: Good News Club et al. v. Milford Central School, 533 U.S. 98 (2001)

Friends School & Meetinghouse, High Point City Park, Jamestown, Guilford County, NC

Old Land Office Building, 501 South Main Street, Winston-Salem, Forsyth County, NC

St. James Episcopal Church, 766 North Main Street, Hendersonville, Henderson County, NC

St. Paul's Roman Catholic Church, 510 Middle Street, New Bern, Craven County, NC

St. Paul's Rectory, 24 West Saratoga & Cathedral Streets, Baltimore, Independent City, MD

Shaker Church Family, Church, Shaker Road, New Lebanon, Columbia County, NY