Mary Baker Eddy Library for the Betterment of Humanity
The Mary Baker Eddy Library opened in 2002 as a place for people to explore the life, ideas, and achievements of Mary Baker Eddy (1821-1910), a remarkable 19th-century New England woman who overcame adversity to literally write the book on religion, health, and spirituality. She was a woman decades ahead of her time, pioneering such fields as business, education, and publishing.
Established as a cultural and historical institution, this world-class Library and museum provides educational experiences, programs, and exhibits featuring the Mapparium, the Hall of Ideas, and the Quest Gallery. The Library also offers user-friendly access to its vast collections through reference and research services. As its primary resource, the Library's Collections include one of the largest collections by and about an American woman. 
Accessed July 2012: 
- Chairman of the Board of Trustees: Margaret Rodgers
- Trustees: DiAnne Drake, Honor Hill, Laura Roberts, Deborah Velders, Lyle Young, John Fawcett, Sandra Rygel, and Lisa Stepanski.
- President: Lesley Pitts, Executive Manager
- Secretary: Sandra Rygel
- Treasurer: Holly Stark, Director of Finance and Operations
- Mary M. Trammell
- J. Edward Odegaard
- Don W. Wilson
- DiAnne Drake
- Honor Hill
- Walter D. Jones
- Brian Pennix
- Margaret Rogers
- Charles J. Wyly, Jr.
Resources and articles
- Mary Baker Eddy Library for the Betterment of Humanity Trustees, organizational web page, accessed July 6, 2012.