|Periodical:||Washington News Letter|
From Pat Deveney's database:
Washington News Letter, The.
This was a family affair started by Bishop/Colonel Oliver Corwin Sabin and then continued by his son and other members of the family. Initially it was an orthodox exponent of Christian Science, but in 1899 it became the mouthpiece of what Sabin thought of as "Evangelical" Christian Science--a fairly normal version of New Thought with a heavily Christian slant. H.H. Brown's New Thought Primer (1903), 53, says: "Aside from its close adhesion to Biblical terms and interpretations it has nothing that differentiates it from other phases of New Thought." The journal regularly touted and advertised the Sabins' courses of lessons and their university. Noted in Unity and The Stellar Ray, 1907, in The Mountain Pine, May 1908, and in the exchanges of The Master Mind, 1918. Vol. 24 was 1918-1919.
|Issues:||Washington News Letter V4 1899-1900|
|Washington News Letter V4-5 1900|
|Washington News Letter V5 1900-1901|
|Washington News Letter V6 1901-1902|
|Washington News Letter V8 1902-1903|
|Washington News Letter V10 1904-1905|
|Washington News Letter V11 1905-1906|
|Washington News Letter V13 1907-1908|
|Washington News Letter V14 1908-1909|
|Washington News Letter V19 1913-1914|
|Washington News Letter V22 1916-1917|
|Washington News Letter V23 1917-1918|