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08/06/2010

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Craig Beardsley

Nice job once again. I'm sure not too many know--even if they were to know that the present CSPB building was erected in the 1930's--of this interim facility. How ephemeral even impressive buildings--not unlike some of the institutions demolished in late 1889--have been in the history of the movement. How important that there are those who have an interest in recording such things. Thanks for the tuition-free correspondence course in CS history. I hereby confer upon you an honorary prestigious title of some sort.

Keith

Thanks so much Craig. By the way, is that a paid position?

This is indeed an interesting piece of the history of Christian Science architecture, one that is almost completely forgotten today. It was completed just in time for the production of the Christian Science Monitor, so the timing was good.

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