Association Addresses in Vol. I are:
• Realizing Our True Selfhood – Address of 1948
• Demonstrating An Abundant Life – Address of 1949
Alfred Pittman is well remembered as an outstanding early worker in the movement. He took Primary Class from Bicknell Young and became a practitioner in Chicago. He then took Normal Class from George Shaw Cook and continued his practice in Chicago until he was called to Boston to be Publisher’s Agent for Mrs. Eddy’s books. Later he became a Director of The Mother Church. His addresses emphasize the need to demonstrate Christian Science.