Monday, February 16, 2015

Making connections

Research turns up unexpected things. We now know that W. I. Mann and W. H. Conley had a direct business connection. It's not an earth-shaking find, but every detail adds to the story.


W. H. Conley was in Philadelphia in January 1883 to hear a Faith Cure lecture. This is an important find. We found this in January 24, 1883, Enquirer.

1 comment:

jerome said...

It is nice to get the extra details. Conley and Mann appear to have been quite close, judging from the obituary Mann wrote for The World's Hope when Conley died. It shows that Mann visited him the day he died.