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IV  

CONTENTS  

OF  


VOLUME I—BAHA’I YEAR BOOK  

AND  


VOLUMES II, III, IV, V, VI, AND VII  

THE BAHA’i WORLD 

 


 

 


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CONTENTS OF BAHA’i YEAR BOOK  

VOLUME I  

PART ONE  

“0 Army of Life!”  

A Statement of the Purpose and Principles of the Bahá’i Faith.  

Outline of Bahá’i History.  

The Passing of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá.  

PART TWO  

Extracts from Bahá’i Sacred Writings.  

A Statement on Present-day Administration of the Bahã’i Cause.  

Bahá’i Calendar and Festivals.  

The Mashriqn’l-Adhkár.  

Brief History of the Mashriqu’l-Adhkár in America.  

Extracts from Mashriqu’l-Adhkãr Report.  

The Mashriqu’l-Adhkár of ‘Ishqábãd.  

Impressions of Haifa.  

Kunj angoon.  

Old and New Paths at Green Acre.  

World Unity Conference.  

PART THREE  

National Spiritual Assemblies.  

Leading Local Bahá’i Centers.  

Bahá’i Periodicals.  

Bibliography.  

References to the Bahá’i Movement.  

European and American Cities Visited by ‘Abdu’l-Bahá.  

Transliteration of Oriental Terms Frequently Used in Bahá’i Literature.  

Dr. 


J. 

E. Esslemont.  

PART FOUR  

The Relation of the Bahá’i Cause to Modern Progressive Movements.  

The Unity of Civilixation.  

Equality of Men and Women.  

Esperanto and the Bahá’i Teachings.  

Unity of Religions.  

Science and Religion.  

Universal Education.  

Racial Amity.  

The Economic Teaching of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá.  

World Peace.  

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1010 THE BAHA’i WORLD  



VOLUME II  

PART ONE  

“0 Army of Life”—Words of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá.  

A Statement of the Purpose and Principles of the Bahã’i Faith and Outline of Bahá’i History.  

The Passing of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá.  

Survey of Current Bahâ’i Activities in the East and West.  

PART TWO  

Excerpts from Bahá’i Sacred Writings.  

Soul, Mind, Spirit and the Essence of Divinity.  

A Statement on Present-day Administration of the Bahá’i Cause.  

Excerpts from the 

Will and Testament of ‘Abdu’l-Bahd.  

The Spirit and Form of Bahã’i Administration.  

Declaration of Trust.  

By-Laws of the National Spiritual Assembly.  

Excerpts from Letters of Shoghi Effendi.  

Bahã’i Calendar and Festivals.  



Bahá’i Feasts, Anniversaries and Days of Fasting.  

The Mashriqu’l-Adhkár.  

Address of ‘Abdu’l-Bahã delivered at Bahá’i Convention, Chicago, 1912.  

The Structure of the Bahá’i Temple.  

Address delivered by ‘Abdu’l-Bahá at the Dedication of the Mashriqu’l-Adhkãr Grounds, May, 1912.  

The Mashriqu’l-Adhkár of ‘Ishqábád.  

Impressions of Haifa.  

Haifa, ‘Akká and Bahji.  

Kunjangoon—The Village of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá.  

Through India and Burma.  

Green Acre and the Ideal of World Unity.  

References to the Bahi’i Faith.  

Queen Marie of Rumania pays tribute to the beauty and nobility of the Bahã’i Teachings.  

PART THREE  

Bahá’i Directory, 1928.  

Bahá’i National Spiritual Assemblies.  

Bahã’i Spiritual Assemblies.  

Bahi’i Groups with names and addresses of correspondents.  

Bahá’i Groups.  

Bahá’i Administrative Divisions in Persia.  

Bahã’i Periodicals.  

Bahá’i Bibliography.  

Section One—List One: Bahá’i Publications of America.  

Section Two—List Two: Bahá’i Publications of England.  

—List Three: Bahá’i Literature in French.  

—List Four: Bahá”i Literature in German.  

—List Five: Partial List of Bahá’i Literature in Oriental Languages. Section Three—Alphabetical list of Bahá’i books 

and pamphlets. 

 

VOLUME III 1011  



Section Four—References to the Bahá’I Movement in Non-Bahã’i works. Section Five—References to the Bahá’i 

Movement in Magazines.  

Transliteration of Oriental Terms frequently used in Bahá’i literature. Guide to the transliteration and pronunciation of 

the Iranian alphabet.  

PART FOUR  

Introduction to 



The Promulgation. of Universal Peace.  

Poem—”A Prayer.”  

The Bahá’i Religion—Papers read at the Conference of Some Living Religions Within the British Empire, 1924.  

Paper I—By Horace Holley.  

Paper TI—By RÜbi Effendi Afnán.  

Living Religions and the Bahá’i Movement.  

The Bahá’i Attitude Towards Muhammad.  

A Modern Interpretation of Mubammadanism.  

The World-Wide Influence of Qurratu’l-’Ayn.  

Souvenir Feast of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá.  

The Bahi’i Cause at the Universal Esperanto Congresses at Edinburgh and Danzig.  

On the Borders of Lake Leman.  

Translation of a Letter from the Tsraelitish Assembly of Bahá’is of Tihran, Iran.  

Inter-Racial Amity  

Appendix—Tablet to America revealed by Bahá’u’llah.  

Bahá’i Persecutions in fran—An Appeal to His Imperial Majesty Riçlã Shah Pahlavi. Appendix One—Summary of 

Bahá’i Teachings.  

Appendix Two—Excerpts from Letters of Bahá’u’llãh to the Sulçan of Turkey and the Shah of fran.  

Appendix Three—Words of ‘Abdu’l-Baha concerning fran.  

VOLUME III  

PART ONE  

“The City of Certitude”—Words of Baha’u’llah.  

Aims and Purposes of the Baha’I Faith.  

Baha’u’llah: The Voice of Religious Reconciliation.  

The Dawn of the Baha’i Revelation. (From 

Na/ill’s Narrative.)  


Survey of Current Bahá’i Activities in the East and West.  

PART TWO  

Excerpts from Bahá’i Sacred Writings.  

The World Order of Raha’u’llah.  

Present-day Administration of the Bahá’i Faith.  

Excerpts from the 



‘Will and Testament of ‘Abdu’l-Bahd.  

The Spirit and Form of Baha’i Administration.  

Declaration of Trust by the National Spiritual Assembly.  

Excerpts from the Letters of Shoghi Effendi.  

Text of Baha’i application for civil recognition by the Palestine Administration. 

 

1012 THE BAHA’f WORLD  



Facsimile of Bahá’i marriage certificates adopted and enforced by the National Spiritual Assemblies of the Bahá’is of 

Iran and Egypt.  

Bahã’i Calendar and Festivals.  

The M4shriqu’l-Adhkár.  

Green Acre and the Bahã’i Ideal of Inter-racial Amity.  

References to the Bahá’i Faith.  

The Case of BahI’u’lláh’s House in BaglidId before the League of Nations.  

Hippolyte Dreyfus-Barney.  

PART THREE  

Bahá’i Directory, 1930.  

Bahá’i National Spiritual Assemblies.  

Bahá’i Spiritual Assemblies.  

Bahá’i Groups.  

Bahi’i Administrative Division in Persia.  

Bahá’i Periodicals.  

BahI’i Bibliography.  

Bahá’i Publications.  

of America.  

of England.  

in French.  

in German and other Western Languages.  

in Oriental Languages (partial list).  

Alphabetical List of Bahá’i Books and Pamphlets.  

References to the Bahá’i Faith in Non-Bahã’i works.  

References to the Bahi’i Faith in Magazines.  

Transliteration of Oriental Words frequently used in Bahá’i Literature with guide to the transhteration and 

pronunciation of the Iranian Alphabet.  

Definitions of Oriental Terms used in Bahá’i Literature.  

PART FOUR  

Bahá’u’lláh’s Divine Economy: a Letter of Shoghi Effendi.  

The 

Hidden 

Words of Bahá’u’lláh: A Reflection, by G. Townshend.  

‘Abdu’l—Bahá’s Visit to Woking, England.  

Impressions of Haifa, by Alaine Locke, A.B., Ph.D.  

The World Vision of a Savant, by Dr. Auguste Henri Forel.  

The Cultural Principles of the Bahã’i Movement, by Dr. Ernst Kliemke.  

The Relation of the Báb to the Traditions of Islam, by Wanden Mathews LaForge.  

The Bahá’i Movement in German Universities, by Martha L. Root.  

The City Foursquare, by Allen B. McDaniel.  

Rehgion for the New Age, by John Herman Randall.  

“Before Abraham Was, I Am!” by Thornton Chase.  

The Races of Men—Many or One, by Louis G. Gregory.  

Haifa—and the Bahá’is, by Dr. John Haynes Holmes.  

A Visit to Rustum Vambéry, by Martha L. Root.  

The Bahã’i Cause at the XXth Universal Congress of Esperanto at Antwerp, Belgium, August, 1928, by Martha L. 

Root.  


Shrines and Gardens, by Beatrice Irwin.  

An Audience with King Feisal, by Martha L. Root. 

 


VOLUME IV 1013  

Bahá’u’lláh and His Teachings, Reprinted from the Japan Times and Mail.  

‘Abdu’l-Bahá and the Rabbi, by Willard P. Hatch.  

Some Experiences Among the Poor in Brazil, by Leonora Holsapple.  

A Trip to 

Tahiti, by 

Louise Bosch.  

VOLUME IV  

PART ONE  

Bahá’u’lláh: The Voice of Religious Reconcihation.  

Aims and Purposes of the Bahá’i Faith.  

Martyrdom of the Báb (From NabIl’s Narrative).  

Survey of Current Bahá’i Activities in the East and West.  

Excerpts from Bahá’i Sacred Writings.  

PART TWO  

The World Order of Bahã’u’lláh.  

Present-day Administration of the Bahá’i Faith.  

Excerpts from the Will and Testament of ‘Abdu’l-Balsá.  

The Spirit and Form of Bahá’i Administration.  

Declaration of Trust by the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of the United States and Canada.  

Certificate of Incorporation by the Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of the City of New York.  

Documents related to the incorporation of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahâ’is of the United States and 

Canada as a recognized Religious Society in Palestine.  

Petition addressed by the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of the United States and Canada to the Prime 

Minister of the Egyptian Government.  

Excerpts from the Letters of Shoghi Effendi.  

Facsimile of Bahá’i Marriage Certificates adopted and enforced by the National Spiritual Assemblies of the Bahã’is of 

Iran and of Egypt.  

Facsimile of the Certificate of the United States Federal Government to the Declaration of Trust entered into by the 

National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of the United States and Canada.  

Facsimile of the Certificate of the Palestine Government incorporating the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is 

of the United States and Canada as a Religious Society in Palestine.  

Facsimile of the Certificate of Incorporation, The Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of the City of New York.  

The Mashriqu’l-Adhkár.  

Foreword.  

Architecture Expressing the Renewal of Religion.  

God-intoxicated Architecture.  

The Bahá’i Temple.  

A Temple of Light.  

A Statement by the Architect.  

Dedication of the Temple.  

A Glorious Gift—from a Shrine to a Shrine.  

The Spiritual Significance of the Mashriqu’l-Adhkár. 

 

1014 THE BAHA’f WORLD  



References to the Bahá’i Faith.  

Further Developments in the Case of Bahá’u’lláh’s House: Extracts from the Minutes of the Permanent Mandates 

Commission of the League of Nations.  

Minutes of the Sixteenth Session: November 



1929.  

Minutes of the Nineteenth Session: November 1930.  

Minutes of the Twentieth Session: June 1931.  

Letter from the British Government.  

Minutes of the Twenty-first Session: November 1931.  

Extracts from the Report to the Council of the League of Nations. Bahã’i Calendar and Festivals.  

Foreword.  

Bahá’i Feasts, Anniversaries and Days of Fasting.  

Additional Material gleaned from 

Nabui’s Narrative 

(Vol. II) regarding the Bahá’i Calendar.  

Historical Data gleaned from 

Nabui’s Narrative 

(Vol. II) regarding Bahá’u’llah. Short History of the International 

Bahá’i Bureau at Geneva, Switzerland.  

In Memoriam.  

Miss Ethel Rosenberg.  

Mrs. C. S. Coles.  



Consul Albert Schwarz.  

PART THREE  

Bahá’i Directory, 1931-1932.  

Bahá’i National Spiritual Assemblies.  

Bahá’i Local Spiritual Assemblies and Groups.  

Officers and Committees of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of the United States and Canada  

Local Bahã’i Spiritual Assemblies and Groups in the United States and Canada.  

Bahá’j Administrative Divisions in I ran.  

Address of Centers of Bahá’i Administrative Divisions in Iran.  

List of the Báb’s Best-Known Works.  

Bahá’i Bibliography.  

Bahá’i Publications of America.  

Books about the Bahâ’i Faith.  

Writings of the Báb.  

Writings of Bahá’u’lláh.  

Writings of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá.  

Writings of Shoghi Effendi.  

Prayers.  

Bahá’i Literature in Pamphlet Form.  

Compilations.  

Bahã’i Publications of England.  

Bahá’i Literature in French.  

Bahá’i Literature in Italian.  

Bahá’i Literature in Dutch.  

Bahá’i Literature in Danish.  

Bahá’I Literature in Swedish.  

Bahá’i Literature in Portuguese.  

Bahá’i Literature in Albanian.  

Baha’i Literature in Esperanto.  

Bahá’i Literature in Russian.  

Bahá’i Literature in German. 

 

VOLUME IV 1015  



Bahã’i Literature in Oriental Languages.  

Iranian.  

Urdu.  

Arabic.  



Turkish.  

Burmese.  

Chinese.  

Hebrew.  

Tatar.  

Gujrati.  

Japanese.  

Armenian.  

Tamil.  

Bahá’i Literature in Braille (for the Blind).  

Bahá’i Periodicals.  

References to the Bahá’i Faith in Books by non-Bahá’i Authors.  

References to the Bahá’i Faith in Magazines by non-Bahá’i Writers. Transliteration of Oriental Words frequently used 

in Bahâ’i Literature with Guide to  

Transliteration and Pronunciation of the Iranian Alphabet.  

Definitions of Oriental Terms used in Bahá’i Literature. Glossary.  

PART FOUR  

The Goal of a New World Order: A Letter of Shogbi Effendi.  

The Way of the Master, by G. Townshend.  

Italy and the Bahá’i Cause, by General Renato Piola Caselli.  

The World Economy of Bahá’u’lláh, by Horace Holley.  

Education as a Source of Good Will, by President Bayard Dodge.  

Unity through Diversity: A Bahá’i Principle, by Alain Locke, A.B., Ph.D.  

A Short Chronicle of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá’s Visit to London, 1911-1912, by Lady Blomfield.  



Professor Auguste Forel and the Bahá’i Teaching, by Stanwood Cobb.  

A Tribute from Dr. Edmund Privat.  

A Visit to ‘Akká, by Mrs. Alexander Whyte.  

The First Fruits of Victory, by Keith Ransom-Kehler.  

Where Is the Key to World Unity, by Louise Drake Wright.  

A Visit to Bahji, by Nancy Bowditch.  

Religion in Asia, by Herbert A. Miller.  

China’s Tribute to the Cause of Bahá’u’lláh.  

Appreciations of the Bahã’i Movement, by Martha L. Root.  

The Supreme Affliction, by Alfred E. Lunt.  

The Bahá’i Movement and North American University Circles, by Martha L. Root.  

Bahá’i Ideals of Education, by Stanwood Cobb.  

Man and Mankind on the Way of Progress, by Lidja Zamenhof.  

The Epidemic of the Persian Jews, by A. 

J. 

Wienberg.  



The Younger Generation, by Mar.lyyih Nabil Carpenter.  

Light on Basic Unity, by Louis G. Gregory.  

The Bahá’i Movement in Japan, by Tokujiro Toni.  

Science and Religion, compiled by Loulie A. Mathews.  

A Bahá’i Traveler in Palestine, by Walter B. Guy, M.D.  

Dr. David Starr Jordan, by Willard P. Hatch.  

Song Offerings.  

Echoes from the Spheres. 

 

iol THE BAHA’f WORLD  



VOLUME V  

PART ONE  

Aims and Purposes of the Bahá’i Faith.  

Survey of Current Bahá’i Activities in the East and ‘West.  

Excerpts from Bahá’i Sacred Writings.  

The Passing of Bahiyyih Khánum, the Most Exalted Leaf.  

PART TWO  

The World Order of Bahã’u’llah.  

Present-day Administration of the Bahá’i Faith.  

Excerpts from the Will and Testament of tAlrdu’l-Bahci.  

Genealogy of the Báb.  

Genealogy of Bahá’u’llah.  

Facsimile of Bahf’i Marriage Certificate adopted and enforced by the National Spiritual Assemblies of the Bahá’is of 

Iran and of Egypt.  

The Spirit and Form of the Bahá’i Administrative Order.  

Declaration of Trust and By-Laws of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’Is of the United States and Canada.  

Facsimile of the Certificate of the United States Federal Government to the Declaration of Trust entered into by the 

National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of the United States and Canada.  

Facsimile of the Certificate of Incorporation of the Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of Chicago, Illinois, U. S. A.  

Facsimile of the Certificate of Incorporation of the Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of Washington, D. C., U. S. A.  

By-Laws of the Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of the City of New York.  

Facsimile of the Certificate of Incorporation of the Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of Teaneck, New Jersey, U. S. A.  

Certificate of Incorporation, the National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha’is of India and Burma.  

Certificate of Incorporation, the Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of Esslingen, Germany.  

Excerpts from the Letters of Shoghi.Effendi.  

Map of Bahá’i holdings surrounding and dedicated to the shrine of the Bãb on Mt. Cars-nd and tentative design of 

terraces.  

The Mashriqu’l-Adhkar.  

Foreword,  

The Bahf’i House of Worship.  

The Spiritual Significance of the Mashriqu’l-Adhkar.  

The Spell of the Temple.  

A Statement by the Architect.  

The Project of Ornamenting the Bahá’i Temple Dome.  

Architectural Concrete of the Exposed Aggregate Type.  

God-Intoxicated Architecture.  



Model of the Mashriqu’l-Adhkár at the Century of Progress Exposition, Chicago,  

1933.  


References to the Bahá’i Faith, by:  

Archduchess Anton of Austria, Charles Baudouin, Prof. Norman Bentwich, Prof.  

E. G. Browne, Dr. 

J. 


Estlin Carpenter, General Renato Piola Caselli, Rev. T. K. 

 

VOLUME V 



1017  

Cheyene, Valentine Chirol, Rev. K. T. Chung, Right Hon. The Earl Curzon of  

Kedleston, Prof. James Darmesteter, Rev. 

J. 


Tyssul Davis, Dr. Auguste Ford,  

Dr. Herbert Adams Gibbons, Dr. Henry H. Jessup, Prof. Jowett, Prof. Dimitry  

Kazarov, Helen Keller, Harry Charles Lukach, Dowager Queen Marie of Rumania,  

Alfred W. Martin, President Masaryk, Dr. Rokuichiro Masujima, Mr. Renwick  

J. 

G. Millar, Prof. Herbert A. Miller, The Hon. Lilian Helen Montague, Rev.  



Frederick W. Oakes, Sir Flinders Petrie, Charles H, Prisk, Dr. Edmund Privat,  

Herbert Putnam, Ernest Renan, Right Hon. Sir Herbert Samuel, Emile Schreiber,  

Prof. Han Prasad Shastri, Rev. Griffith 

J. 


Sparham, Shri Purohit Swami, Leo Tolstoy,  

Prof. Arminius Vambéry, Sir Francis Younghusband.  

Further Developments in the case of Bahá’u’lláh’s House in Baghdad.  

Excerpts from the Minutes of the XXII session of the Permanent Mandates Commission of the League of Nations: Nov. 

3 to Dec. 6, 1932.  

Excerpts from the Minutes of the XXIV sssion of the Permanent Mandates Commission of the League of Nations: Oct. 

23 to Nov. 4, 1933.  

Note.  


Mandates under the League of Nations.  

Bahá’i Calendar and Festivals.  

Foreword.  

Bahá’i Feasts, knniversaries and Days of Fasting.  

Additional Material gleaned from Nabli’s Narrative (Vol. II) regarding the Bahá’i Calendar.  

Historical Data gleaned from Nabli’s Narrative (Vol. II) regarding Bahá’u’lláh. Youth Activities Throughout the Bahi’i 

World.  

In Memoriam.  

Mrs. Keith Ransom-Kebler.  

Mrs. Agnes Parsons.  

Yusuf Khan-i-Vujdani.  

Dr. Arast Khán Hakim.  

George Adam Benke.  

Edwin Scott.  

Mrs. Alice Barney.  

Mrs. Lisbeth Klitzing.  

Extracts from BahcI’I News.  

PART THREE  

Bahá’i Directory 

1933-34.  

Bahâ’i National Spiritual Assemblies.  

Bahá’i Local Spiritual Assemblies and Groups.  

Officers and Committees of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of the United States and Canada.  

Local Bahá’i Spiritual Assemblies and Groups in the United States and Canada.  

Bahá’i Administrative Divisions in rán. 

-  


Address of Centers of Bahá’i Administrative Divisions in Iran.  

Alphabetical List of Bahâ’u’lláh’s Best-Known Writings.  

List of the Báb’s Best-Known Works.  

Bahá’i Bibliography.  

Baha’i Publications of America.  

Books about the Bahá’I Faith.  

Writings of the Báb.  

Writings of Bahá’u’lláh. 

 

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Writings of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá.  

Writings of Shoghi Effendi.  

Prayers.  


Bahá’i Literature in Pamphlet Form.  

Compilations.  

Bahá’i Publications of England.  

Bahá’i Literature in French.  

Bahá’i Liter2ture in Italian.  

Bahá’i Literature in Dutch.  

Bahá’i Literature in Danish.  

Bahá’i Literature in Swedish.  

Bahá’i Literature in Portuguese.  

Bahá’i Literature in Albanian.  

Bahá’i Literature in Esperanto.  

Baha’i Literature in Russian.  

Bahá’i Literature in German.  

Bahá’i Literature in Bulgarian.  

Bahá’i Literature in Rumanian.  

Bahá’i Literature in Czech.  

Bahá’i Literature in Serbian.  

Bahá’i Literature in Hungarian.  

Bahá’i Literature in Greek.  

Bahá’i Literature in Maori.  

Bahá’i Literature in Spanish.  

Bahá’i Literature in Oriental Languages.  

Iranian.  

Urdu.  


Arabic.  

Turkish.  

Burmese.  

Chinese.  

Hebrew.  

Tatar,  


Gujrati.  

Japanese.  

Armenian.  

Tamil.  


Kurdish.  

Bahá’i Literature in Braille (for the Blind).  

Bahá’i Periodicals.  

References to the Bahã’i Faith in Books by non-Bahá’i Authors.  

References to the Bahá’i Faith in Magazines by non-Bahá’i Writers.  

References by Bahá’is in non-Bahã’i Pubhcations.  

Transliteration of Oriental Words frequently used in Bahá’i Literature with Guide to Transliteration and Pronunciation 

of the Iranian Alphabet.  

Definitions of Oriental Terms used in Bahá’i Literature.  

PART FOUR  

The Administrative Order in the Dispensation of Bahã’u’llah, from a letter of Shoghi Effendi.  

The Descent of the New Jerusalem, by G. Townshend. 

 

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The Spiritual Basis of World Peace, by Horace Holley.  

In the Footsteps of the Pioneers, by Keith Ransom-Kehler.  

The Orientation of Hope, by Alain Locke.  

La Foic et Ia Science Unics par l’Art, by Marie Antoinette Aussenac, Princess de Brogue.  

Religion and Social Progress, by Keith Ransom-Kehler.  

Prince Paul and Princess Olga of Yugoslavia, by Martha L. Root.  

A Religion of Reconciliation, by Rev. Griffith 

J. 


Sparham.  

The Men of the Trees, by Richard St. Barbe Baker.  

Les Problêmes du Monde et Ia Foie Bahã’i, by ‘All Afdalipur.  

The Bahá’i Movement, the Greatness of Its Power, by Martha L. Root.  

Der Sinn Unserer Zeit, by Dr. Hermann Grossmann.  

Le Bahá’iism, by Eugen Relgis.  

A Visit to Adrianople, by Martha L. Root.  


The Re-florescence of Historical Romance in Nabil, by Mary Maxwell.  

William Miller, Student of Prophecy, by Bertha Hyde Kirkpatrick.  

A New Cycle of Human Power, by Marion Holley.  

An Appreciation, by Dr. Rustum Vambéry.  

The True Sovereign, by Alfred E. Lunt.  

The Nature of the Divine Manifestations, by Glenn A. Shook.  

Religious Education for the Young, by Mrs. M. H. Inouye.  

Why Do I Espouse the Bahi’i Cause? by Chi Kao Fujisawa.  

Count Leo Tolstoy and the Bahá’i Movemenr, by Martha L. Root.  

A Chinese View of the Bahá’i Cause, by Chan S. Liu.  

Vernunft und Glaube, by Dr. Adelbert Muhlschlegel.  

Influence of Astronomy on Religious Thought, by Giorgio Abetti.  

Haifa Calling, by Florence E. Pinchon.  

Taking the Message to the Maori People, by Keith Ransom-Kehler.  

Only a Word, by Laura Dreyfus-Barney.  

Song-Offerings.  

Echoes from the Spheres.  

Map of the Bahã’i World.  

VOLUME VI  

PART ONE  

Aims and Purposes of the Bahá’i Faith.  

Survey of Current Bahã’i Activities in the East and West.  

Excerpts from Bahá’i Sacred Writings.  

PART TWO  

The World Order of Bahá’u’lláh.  

Present-day Administration of the Bahá’i Faith.  

Introductory Statement.  

Excerpts from the 



Will and Testament of ‘Abdu’l-Bahd.  

Excerpts from the Letters of Shoghi Effendi.  

Certificate of Incorporation of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of the United States and Canada. 

 

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Declaration of Trust and By-Laws of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of the United States and Canada.  

Declaration of Trust and By-Laws of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of Iran.  

Declaration and By-Laws of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of Germany and Austria.  

Declaration of Trust and By-Laws of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of India and Burma.  

Certificate of Incorporation of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of India and Burma.  

Declaration of Trust and By-Laws of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahã’is of ‘Iraq.  

Text of Authorixation Issued for Registration by the Mixed Court in Egypt of the National Spiritual Assembly of the 

Bahá’is of Egypt.  

Declaration of Trust of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of Egypt.  

By-Laws of the Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of New York.  

Certificate of Incorporation of the Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of New York.  

Certificate of Incorporation of the Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of Teancck, New Jersey, U. S. A.  

Certificate of Incorporation of the Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of Chicago, Illinois, U. S. A.  

Certificate of Incorporation of the Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of Washington, D. C., U. S. A.  

Petition of the Bahá’is of Montreal, Canada.  

Certificate of Incorporation of the Bahi’is of Montreal, Canada.  

By-Laws of the Spiritual Assembly of the Bahã’is of Montreal, Canada.  

By-Laws of the Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of Esslingen, Germany.  

Certificate of Incorporation of the Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of Esslingen, Germany.  

Certificate of Incorporation of the Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of Karachi, India.  

Certificate of Incorporation of the Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of Calcutta, India.  

Certificate of Incorporation of the Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of Delhi, India.  

Certificate of Incorporation of the Spiritual Assembly of Bahã’is of Rangoon, Burma.  

Certificate of Registration of the Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of Daidanaw, Burma.  

Certificate of Incorporation of the Spiritual Assembly of the Bahâ’is of Mandalay, Burma.  

Certificate of Incorporation of the Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of Auckland, New Zealand.  

Documents Related to the Incorporation of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of the United States and 

Canada, as a Recognixed Religious Society in Palestine.  

Certificate of the Palestine Government Incorporating the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahã’is of the United 


States and Canada, Palestine Branch, as a Recognized Religious Society in Palestine.  

Text of Application to the Palestine Government for Incorporation of the 

 

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Palestine Branch of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of India and Burma.  

Certificate of the Palestine Government Incorporating the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of India and 

Burma, Palestine Branch.  

Trade Mark Certificate obtained from the United States Government covering the word “Bahã’i.”  

Trade Mark Certificate obtained from the United States Government covering the symbol of the Greatest Name.  

Trade Mark Certificate obtained from the Canadian Government covering the name “Bahá’i.”  

Trade Mark Certificate obtained from the Canadian Government covering the symbol of the Greatest Name.  

Bahã’i Marriage Certificate adopted and enforced by the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of Iran.  

Bahã’i Marriage Certificate adopted and enforced by the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of Egypt.  

Bahâ’i Marriage Certificate adopted and enforced by the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahâ’is of ‘Iraq.  

Bahã’i Divorce Certificate adopted and enforced by the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahâ’is of Iran.  

Outline of Bahá’i Laws regarding matters of Personal Status submitted for recognition to the Egyptian Government by 

the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of Egypt.  

Text of the Farmán issued by sulØn ‘Abdu’l-’Aziz banishing Bahã’u’lláh to ‘Akká, Palestine.  

Text of the Resolution presented to President Franklin D. Roosevelt by the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahã’is 

of the United States and Canada.  

Map showing Travels of the Bab and Bahã’u’lláh.  

Map showing Section of Route followed by Bahá’u’lláh on His Journey from Baghdad to Constantinople.  

Map showing Path of Travel of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá in the United States of America and Canada, 1912.  

Facsimile of Tablet addressed by ‘Abdu’l-Bahã to the Chicago “House of Justice.”  

The Institution of the Mashriqu’l-Adhkár.  

Foreword.  

The Spiritual Significance of the Mashriqu’l-Adhkãr.  

The Bahf’i Temple—Why built near Chicago?  

The Five Billion Carat Gem Bahá’i Temple at Wilmette, Ill.  

Temple Echoes from the World’s Fair.  

The BahI’i Temple—An Appreciation.  

A Temple of Universal Religion.  

Concrete Fulfills a Promise.  

Bahã’i Calendar and Festivals.  

Foreword.  

Bahá’i Feasts, Anniversaries and Days of Fasting.  

Bahá’i Holy Days on which Work should be Suspended.  

Additional Material Gleaned from 



NabIl’s Narrative 

(Volume II) regarding the Bahã’i Calendar.  

Historical Data Gleaned from 

Nabui’s Narrative 

(Volume II) regarding Bahá’u’lláh. 

 

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Youth Activities Throughout the Bahá’i World.  

Bahá’i Youth—An Estimate and Survey of International Events. Bahá’i Youth in Iran.  

Plays and Pageants.  

Story of the Pageant “The Gate of Dawn.”  

The Drama of the Kingdom.  

Pageantry as a Factor in Education.  

References to the Bahá’I Faith.  

Dowager Queen Marie of Rumania.  

Prof. E. G. Browne, M.A., M.B., Cambridge University.  

Dr. 


J. 

Estlin Carpenter, D.Litt., Manchester College, Oxford.  

Rev. T. K. Cheyne, D.Litt., D.D., Oxford University, Fellow of British Academy.  

Prof. Arminius Vambéry, Hungarian Academy of Pesth.  

Harry Charles Lukach.  

Sir Valentine Chirol.  

Prof. Jowett, Oxford University.  

Alfred W. Martin, Society for Ethical Culture, New York.  

Prof. James Darmesteter, École des Hautes Etudes, Paris.  

Charles Baudouin.  

Dr. Henry H. Jessup, D.D.  

Right Hon. The Earl Curzon of Kedleston.  



Sir Francis Younghusband, K.C.S.I.; K.C.I.E.  

The Christian Commonwealth, Anonymous.  

Rev. 


J. 

Tyssul Davis, B.A.  

Herbert Putnam, Congressional Library, Washington, D. C.  

Leo Tolstoy.  

Dr. Edmund Privat, University of Geneva.  

Dr. Auguste Forel, University of Zurich.  

General Renato Piola Caselli.  

Rev. Frederick W. Oakes.  

Renwick 

J. 


G. Millar, Editor of John O’Groat Journal, Wick, Scotland.  

Charles H. Prisk.  

Prof. Han Prasad Shastni, D.Litt.  

Shri Purohit Swami.  

Prof. Herbert A. Miller, Bryn Mawr College.  

Right Hon. Sir Herbert Samuel, G.C.B., M.P.  

Rev. K. T. Chung.  

Prof. Dimitry Kazarov, University of Sofia.  

Rev. Griffith 

J. 


Sparham.  

Ernest Renan.  

The Hon. Lilian Helen Montague, J.P., D.H.L.  

Prof. Norman Bentwich, Hebrew University, Jerusalem.  

Emile Schreiber, Publicist.  

Dr. Rokuichiro Masujima, Doyen of Jurisprudence of Japan.  

Miss Helen Keller.  

Sir Flinders Petrie, Archaeologist.  

President Masaryk of Czechslovakia.  

Archduchess Anton of Austria.  

Dr. Herbert Adams Gibbons.  

H.R.H. Princess Olga of Jugoslavia.  

Eugen Relgis.  

Arthur Henderson.  

Prof. Dr. V. Lesny. 

 

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Princess Marie Antoinette de Brogue Aussenac.  

President David Starr Jordan, Leland Stanford University.  

Prof. Bogdan Popovitch, University of Belgrade, Jugoslavia.  

Ex-Governor William Sulzer.  

Luther Burbank.  

Prof. Yone Noguchi.  

Prof. Raymond Frank Piper.  

Angela Morgan.  

Arthur Moore.  

Prof. Dr. Jan Rypka, Charles University, Praha, Czechoslovakia.  

A. L. M. Nicolas.  

President Eduard BeneL  

In Memoriam.  

Susan I. Moody.  

Hooper Harris.  

Harry H. Romer.  

Howard Luxmoore Carpenter.  

Edward C. Getsinger.  

Sarah Blundell.  

Khalil Qamar.  

FUji 

Muhammad Yazdi.  



Extracts from “Bahã’i News.”  

PART THREE  

Bahá’i Directory, 1935-1936.  

Bahá’i National Spiritual Assemblies.  

Bahá’i Local Spiritual Assembhes and Groups.  


Officers and Committees of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of the United States and Canada.  

Local Bahá’i Spiritual Assemblies, Groups and Isolated Believers in the United States and Canada.  

Bahâ’i Administrative Divisions in Iran.  

Address of Centers of Bahá’i Administrative Divisions in Iran.  

Alphabetical List of Bahã’u’lláh’s Best-Known Writings.  

List of the Mb’s Best-Known Works.  

Bahá’i Bibliography.  

Bahá’i Publications of America.  

Books About the Bahã’i Faith.  

Writings of the Mb.  

Writings of Bahá’u’lláh.  

Writings of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá.  

Writings of Shoghi Effendi.  

Prayers.  

Bahá’i Literature in Pamphlet Form.  

Compilations.  

Outlines and Guides for Bahá’i Study Classes.  

Bahâ’i Publications of England.  

Bahá’i Literature in French.  

Bahâ’i Literature in Italian.  

Bahã’i Literature in Dutch.  

Bahá”i Literature in Danish. 

 

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Bahá’j Literature in Swedish.  

Bahá’i Literature in Portuguese.  

Bahá’i Literature in Albanian.  

Bahá’i Literature in Esperanto.  

Bahá’i Literature in Russian.  

Bahá’i Literature in German.  

Bahá’i Literature in Bulgarian.  

Bahá’i Literature in Rumanian.  

Bahá’i Literature in Czech.  

Bahá’i Literature in Serbian.  

Bahá’i Literature in Hungarian.  

Bahá’i Literature in Greek.  

Bahá’i Literature in Maori.  

Bahá’i Literature in Spanish.  

Bahá’i Literature in Norwegian.  

Bahá’i Literature in Croatian.  

Bahá’i Literature in Oriental Languages.  

frinian.  

Urdu.  

Arabic.  



Turkish.  

Burmese.  

Chinese.  

Hebrew.  

Tatar.  

Gujrati.  

Japanese.  

Armenian.  

Tamil.  

Kurdish.  

Sindhi.  

Bengali.  

Hindi.  

Abyssinian.  

Bahá’i Literature in Braille (for the Blind).  

Bahá’i Periodicals.  

References to the Bahá’i Faith in Books and Pamphlets by non-Bahá’i Authors.  

References to the Bahã’i Faith in Magazines by non-Bahá’i Writers.  



References to the Bahã’l Faith in Bahá’is non-Bahá’i Publications. Transliteration of Oriental Words frequently used in 

Bahá’i Literature with Guide to  

Transliteration and Pronunciation of the Iranian Alphabet, and Notes on the Pronunciation of Iranian Words.  

Definitions of Oriental Terms used in Bahá’i Literature.  

PART FOUR  

Articles and Reviews.  

Religion and World Order, by Horace Holley.  

Queen Marie of Rumania, by Martha L. Root.  

The Epic of Humanity, By Christophil.  

President Eduard Bene, by Martha L. Root.  

Spiritual Perspectives, by Prof. Raymond Frank Piper. 

 

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Splendor at the Core, by Angela Morgan.  

Bahá’i-Glaube und Christentum, by Dr. Eugen Schmidt.  

Bahá’ismo kaj la Socia Problemo, by Prof. Paul Christaller.  

Bahá’u’llâh’s Ground Plan of World Fellowship, by Archdeacon George Townshend.  

Die Bahf’is und meine Erfahrungen, by Prof. Dr. J. Rypka.  

Impressions of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá, by Louise R. Waite.  

Zwei Heilige Grabstatten, by Dr. Adelbert MUhlschlegel.  

In Praise of Words, by Helen Bishop.  

The Continuity of Religion, by Stanwood Cobb.  

The Most Great Peace, by Marion Holley.  

King Haakon of Norway, by Martha L. Root.  

Some Memories of the Sojourn of ‘Abdu’I-Bahá in Paris, by Lady Blomfield.  

Racial Likenesses and Differences: the Scientific Evidence and the Bahá’i Teachings, by Louis G. Gregory.  

Denmark’s Oriental Scholar, by Martha L. Root.  

La Bahâa Filozofio, by Lidja Zamenhof.  

The Bahá’i Movement, by Renwick 

J. 

G. Millar.  



‘Abdu’l-Bahá’s Historic Meeting with Jane Addams, by Ruth J. Moffett.  

The Soul of Iceland, by Martha L. Root.  

Em 

Junger Glaube wird Bekannt, by Dr. Hermann Grossmann.  



South America: Journey Taken in the Interest of the Bahâ’i Cause, by Loulie A. Mathews.  

Ghmpses of Sweden, by Olivia Kelsey.  

Russia’s Cultural Contribution to the Bahá’i Faith, by Martha L. Root.  

A Bahá’i Incident from the Netherlands, by Louise Drake Wright.  

Mr. Harald Thilander and his Publications for the Bhnd in Sweden, by Nellie S. French.  

The Modern Miracles of Palestine, by Beatrice Irwin.  

A New Future for Radio, by Shirley Warde.  

Song Offerings.  

Echoes from the Spheres.  

Map of Iran Showing Bahá’i Centers.  

Map of the United States of America Showing Bahá’i Centers.  

CONTENTS VOL. VII  

PART ONE  

Aims and Purposes of the Bahâ’i Faith.  

Survey of Current Bahá’i Activities in the East and ‘West.  

Excerpts from Bahá’i Sacred Writings.  

Commemoration of the Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of ‘Abdu’l-Bahà’s Visit to America.  

PART TWO  

The World Order of Bahã’u’llãh.  

Present-day Administration of the Bahá’l Faith.  

Introductory Statement.  

Excerpts from the 



Will and Testament of ‘Abdu’l-Bahd.  

Excerpts from the Letters of Shoghi Effendi. 

 

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Certificate of Incorporation of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha’is of the United States and Canada.  

Declaration of Trust and By-Laws of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahã’is of the United States and Canada.  

Declaration of Trust and By-Laws of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of Inn.  


Declaration of Trust and By-Laws of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of Germany and Austria.  

Certificate of Incorporation of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of India and Burma.  

Declaration of Trust and By-Laws of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of ‘Iraq.  

Declaration of Trust of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of Egypt.  

Facsimile of Document related to the Incorporation of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of Egypt.  

Certificate of Incorporation of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of Australia and New Zealand.  

By-Laws of the Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of New York, N. Y., U. S. A. Certificate of Incorporation of the 

Spiritual Assembly of the Bahã’is of New  

York, N. Y., U. S. A.  

Certificate of Incorporation of the Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of Kenosha, Wisconsin, U. S. A.  

Certificate of Incorporation of the Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of Racine, Wisconsin, U. S. A.  

Certificate of Incorporation of the Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of Detroit, Michigan, U. S. A.  

Certificate of Incorporation of the Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of Los Angeles, California, U. S. A.  

Certificate of Incorporation of the Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, U. S. A.  

Certificate of Incorporation of the Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of Cleveland, Ohio, U. S. A.  

Certificate of Incorporation of the Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of Minneapolis, Minn., U. S. A.  

Certificate of Incorporation of the Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of Bombay, India.  

Certificate of Incorporation of the Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of Poona, India.  

Certificate of Incorporation of the Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of Adelaide, Australia.  

Trade Mark Certificate obtained from the United States Government covering the “World Order Magazine.”  

Bahá’i Marriage Certificate adopted and enforced by the National Spiritual Assembly of the Rahá’is of Iran.  

Bahá’i Marriage Certificate adopted and enforced by the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of Egypt.  

Bahá’i Marriage Certificate adopted and enforced by the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of ‘Iraq.  

Certificate of Marriage issued by the Palestine Government and delivered to the Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of 

Haifa for official registration.  

Bahá’i Divorce Certificate adopted and enforced by the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of Iran. 

 

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Bahá’i Divorce Certificate adopted and enforced by the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahi’is of Egypt.  

Translation of the Record of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá’s voice.  

Map of Bahá’i holdings showing extension of properties surrounding and dedicated to the shrine of the Bãb on Mt. 

Carmel.  

The Institution of the Mashriqu’l-Adhkãr.  

Foreword.  

The Spiritual Significance of the Mashriqu’l-Adhkar.  

Progress of Temple Ornamentation.  

Interesting Experiences with Temple Visitors.  

References to Bahá’i House of Worship in U. S. Steel News.  

When Bahá’is Build a Temple.  

Bahá’i Calendar and Festivals.  

Foreword.  

Bahá’i Feasts, Anniversaries and Days of Fasting.  

Bahá’i Holy Days on which Work should be Suspended.  

Additional Material Gleaned from 



Nabui’s Narrative 

(Volume II) regarding the Bahá’i Calendar.  

Historical Data Gleaned from 

Nabil’s Narrative 

(Volume II) regarding Bahã’u’llãh.  

Youth Activities Throughout the Bahá’i World.  

The World Activities of Bahá’i Youth, 1936 to 1938.  

Excerpts from 

Baha”I Youth, 

1937 to 1938.  

References to the Bahá’i Faith.  

Dowager Queen Marie of Rumania.  

Prof. P. G. Browne, M.A., M.B., Cambridge University.  

Dr. 


J. 

Estlin Carpenter, D.Litt., Manchester College, Oxford.  

Rev. T. K. Cheyne, D.Litt., D.D., Oxford University, Fellow of the British Academy.  

Prof. Arminius Vambéry, Hungarian Academy of Pesth.  

Harry Charles Lukach.  

Sir Valentine Chirol.  

Prof. Jowett, Oxford University.  

Alfred W. Martin, Society for Ethical Culture, New York.  

Prof. James Darmesteter, École des Hautes Etudes, Paris.  

Charles Baudouin.  

Dr. Henry H. Jessup, D.D.  


Right Hon. The Earl Curzon of Kedleston.  

Sir Francis Younghusband, K.C.S.I., K.C.I.E.  

“The Christian Commonwealth,” Anonymous.  

Rev. 


J. 

Tyssul Davis, B.A.  

Herbert Putnam, Congressional Library, Washington, D. C.  

Leo Tolstoy.  

Dr. Edmund Privat, University of Geneva.  

Dr. Auguste Forel, University of Zurich.  

General Renato Piola Caselli.  

Rev. Frederick W. Oakes.  

Renwick 

J. 


G. Millar, Editor of “John O’Groat Journal,” Wick, Scotland.  

Charles H. Prisk.  

Prof. Han Prasad Shastri, D.Litt.  

Shri Purohit Swami.  

Prof. Herbert A. Miller, Bryn Mawr College.  

Viscount Samuel, G.C.B., M.P. 

 

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Rev. K. T. Chung.  

Prof. Dimitry Kazarov, University of Sofia.  

Rev. Griffith 

J. 


Sparham.  

Ernest Renan.  

The Hon. Lilian Helen Montague, J.P., D.H.L.  

Prof. Norman Bentwich, Hebrew University, Jerusalem.  

Emi1e Schreiber, Publicist.  

Dr. Rokuichiro Masujima, Doyen of Jurisprudence of Japan.  

Miss Helen Keller.  

Sir Flinders Petrie, Archaeologist.  

President Masaryk of Czechoslovakia.  

Archduchess Anton of Austria.  

Dr. Herbert Adams Gibbons.  

H.R.H. Princess Olga of Jugoslavia.  

Eugen Relgis.  

Arthur Henderson.  

Prof. Dr. V. Lesny.  

Princess Marie Antoinette de Broglie Aussenac.  

President David Starr Jordan, Leland Stanford University.  

Prof. Bogdan Popovitch, University of Belgrade, Jugoslavia.  

Ex-Governor William Sulzer of New York.  

Luther Burbank.  

Prof. Yone Noguchi.  

Prof. Raymond Frank Piper.  

Angela Morgan.  

Arthur Moore.  

Prof. Dr. Jan Rypka, Charles University, Praha, Czechoslovakia.  

A. L. M. Nicolas.  

President Eduard Bene of Czechoslovakia.  

In Memoriam.  

Alfred E. Lunt.  

Dr. Zia Bagdádi.  

Mrs. Laurie C. Wilhelm.  

Mrs. Mary Hanford Ford.  

Elmore E. Duckett.  

Colonel Dr. I. Piriizbakht.  

Mirth Muhammad Kázim-Pür.  

Dr. Y. S. Tsao.  

Dr. Muhammad Bashir.  

Miss Malakat Nüshflgati.  

Extracts from 

Bahd’I News.  

PART THREE  



Bahá’i Directory, 1937-1938.  

Bahá’i National Spiritual Assemblies.  

Bahá’i Local Spiritual Assemblies and Groups Alphabetically listed according to Nations.  

Abyssinia.  

Albania.  

Australia.  

Austria. 

 

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Belgium.  

Brazil.  

Bulgaria.  

Burma.  


Canada.  

Caucasus.  

China.  

Czechoslovakia.  

Denmark.  

Egypt.  


France.  

Germany.  

Great Britain and Ireland.  

Hawaiian Islands.  

Holland.  

Hungary.  

Iceland.  

India.  


Iran.  

‘Iraq.  


Islands (Society Islands).  

Italy.  


Japan.  

Jugoslavia.  

New Zealand.  

Norway.  

Palestine and Transjordania.  

Poland.  

Rumania.  

Russia.  

South Africa.  

Sidán.  


Sweden.  

Switzerland.  

Syria.  

Tunisia.  

Turkey.  

Turkistán.  

United States of America.  

‘West Indies (British).  

Officers and Committees of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’is of the United States and Canada.  

Local Bahá’i Spiritual Assemblies, Groups and Isolated Believers in the United States and Canada.  

Bahâ’i Administrative Divisions in Iran.  

Addresses of Centers of Bahá’i Administrative Divisions in Iran.  

Alphabetical List of Bahá’u’lláh’s Best-Known Writings.  

List of the Báb’s Best-Known Works.  

Bahá’i Bibhography.  

Bahá’i Publications of America.  

Books About the Baha’i Faith.  

Writings of the Bab. 

 


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Writings of Bahá’u’Iláh.  

Writings of ‘Abdu’l-Baha.  

Writings of Shoghi Effendi.  

Prayers.  

Bahã’i Literature in Pamphlet Form.  

Compilations.  

Outlines and Guides for Bahá’i Study Classes.  

Bahã’i Publications of England.  

Bahã’i Publications in French.  

Bahá’i Publications in Italian.  

Bahá’i Publications in Dutch.  

Bahá’i Publications in Danish.  

Bahá’j Publications in Swedish.  

Bahá’i Publications in Portuguese.  

Bahá’i Publications in Albanian.  

Bahá’i Publications in Esperanto.  

Bahá’i Publications in Russian.  

Bahá’i Publications in German.  

Bahá’i Publications in Bulgarian.  

Bahá’i Publications in Rumanian.  

Bahã’i Publications in Czech.  

Bahá’i Publications in Serbian.  

Bahá’i Publications in Hungarian.  

Bahá’i Publications in Greek.  

Bahá’i Publications in Maori.  

Bahá’i Publications in Spanish.  

Bahá’j Publications in Norwegian.  

Bahá’i Publications in Croatian.  

Bahá’i Publications in Icelandic.  

Bahá’i Publications in Oriental Languages.  

Iranian.  

Urdu.  

Arabic.  



Turkish.  

Burmese.  

Chinese.  

Hebrew.  

Tatar.  

Gujrati.  

Japanese.  

Armenian.  

Tamil.  

Kurdish.  

Sindhi.  

Bengali.  

Hindi.  

Abyssinian.  

Bahá’i Literature in Braille (for the Blind).  

Bahi’i Periodicals.  

References to the Bahá’i Faith in Books and Pamphlets by non-Bahã’i Authors.  

References to the Bahá’i Faith in Magazines by non-Bahâ’i Writers.  

References to the Bahá’i Faith by Bahá’is in non-Bahã’i Publications. 

 

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Transliteration of Oriental Words frequently used in Bahá’i Literature with Guide to Transliteration and Pronunciation 

of Iranian Alphabet and Notes on the Pronunciation of Iranian Words.  

Definitions of Oriental Terms used in Bahá’i Literature.  

PART FOUR  

Articles and Reviews.  

The Seven Valleys by Bahã’u’lláh; A Meditation, by G. Townshend.  

The World of Heart and Spirit, by Horace Holley.  


A Session at the World Congress of Faiths, by Helen Bishop.  

Importance de l’Idée Spirituelle dans la Vie Actuelle, by Lucienne Migette.  

Racial Amity in America, by Louis G. Gregory.  

Aus dem Leben des Bãb, by Erna Schmidt.  

Dawn over Mount Hira, by Marçliyyih Nabil Carpenter.  

The Bahã’i Faith and Eastern Scholars, by Martha L. Root.  

The Unity of Nations, by Stanwood Cobb.  

Changing Race Relations, by Maxwell Miller.  

Bahá’i, from “La Sagesse de l’Orient,” by Dr. Edmund Privat.  

Sources of Community Life, by Marion Holley.  

A Brief Account of Thomas Breakwell, by May Maxwell.  

Unity of Races, by Genevieve L. Coy.  

Mankind the Prodigal, by Alfred E. Lunt.  

The Fulfillment of Religion, by Bertha Hyde Kirkpatrick.  

A World Community, by George 0. Latimer.  

The Call to Germany, by Alma Knobloch.  

The Manifestation, by Albert P. Entzminger.  

Hear, 0 Israel, by Dorothy K. Baker.  

The Rosary, by Nellie S. French.  

Marriage in the Bahá’i Faith, by Rosemary Sala.  

Learning to Live Together, by Martha L. Root.  

Bahá’i Radio Program, delivered over Station “WHN,” New York.  

The Bust of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá, by Mrs. Stannard.  

African Experience, by Loulie A. Mathews.  

The Non-Political Nature of the Bahá’I Cause, by Emily M. Axford.  

Teaching the Cause of Bahá’u’llãh in Distant Lands, by Nellie S. French.  

Two Letters of Mrs. Phoebe Apperson Hearst from “Persia by a Persian.”  

A Tribute from Iceland, by Hólmfridur Arnadóttir.  

Song Offerings.  

Echoes from the Spheres.  

Map of the United States and Canada Showing Bahi’i Centers. 

 


MAPS OF TEACHING REGIONS OF THE UNITED 

STATES. AND CANADA, OF CENTRAL AND SOUTH 

AMERICA  

AND OF THE BAHA’I WORLD 

 


Map of Central America Teaching Region 

 

 



 

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CENTRAL AMERICA  

Guatemala  

(1) 193 6-1937 Journey of E. R. Mathews and L. A. Mathews.  

1939-1940 First resident teacher, Gerrard Sluter.  

1940 Señor Francisco Acker, 15 Calle Poniente 24, in charge of group  

left by Mr. Sluter.  

Salvador  

(2) 1939-1940 First resident teacher, John Eichenauer, joined later by Clarence Iverson. Address: 11 a Ave. Sur No. 43, 

San Salvador.  

Honduras  

(3) 1939-1940 Antonio Roca, first teacher, Tegucigalpa.  

1940 Gerrard Sluter, resident teacher, formed large group. Executive  

Committee in charge: Senor Angela Ochoa Velasquez, Chairman.  

Senor José Leon Ruiz, Secretary. Address: Bo. “El Socorro” D. C.,  

Comayaguela, Honduras.  

Nicaragua  

(4) 1939-1940 First resident teacher, Mathew Kaszab. Address: c/o U. S. Consul,  

Managua, Nicaragua.  

1936-1937 Journey of E. R. Mathews and L. A. Mathews.  



Costa Rica  

(5) 1936-1937 Journey of E. R. Mathews and L. A. Mathews.  

1940 First resident teachers, Mrs. Gayle ‘Woolson. Address: c/o Ameri ca Consul, San José, Costa Rica.  

Mrs. Amalia Ford.  



Pan ama  

(6) 1919 Journey of Martha Root.  

1920 Journey of Leonora Holsapple.  

1934-35-37 Journeys of E. R. Mathews and L. A. Mathews.  

1936 Journeys of Stuart W. French and Nellie S. French.  


1939 First resident teacher (5 months), Mathew Kaszab.  

1939-1940 Resident teachers: Mrs. Louise Caswell and Mrs. Cora Oliver.  



Address: P. 0. Box 1296, Ancon, Canal Zone.  

First Central American behever, Joseph ‘Wantuk.  



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Map of South American Republics Teaching Region 



 

 

 



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SOUTH AMERICAN REPUBLICS  

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CONTINENT  

1921 Martha Root visited most important cities.  

1935 E. R. Mathews and L. A. Mathews visited most important cities.  

1936 Stuart W. French and Nellie S. French circumnavigated the continent.  

1937 and 1939 Mrs. Frances Benedict Stewart visited all important cities. Venezuela  


(1) 1936 Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Blakeley visited Caracas.  

1939-1940 Mr. and Mrs. Emeric Sala resident teachers. Address: Paraiso de  

Sabana Grande, Calle del Medio No. 5, Caracas, Venezuela.  

1939-1940 Miss Priscilla Rhoads. Address: 36 Calle de los Semanes, La Florida,  

Caracas, Venezuela.  

Colombia  

(2) 1940 Mr. and Mrs. Emeric Sala visited Bogota.  

1940 Gerrard Sluter transferred to Bogota from Honduras for perma nen residence. Address: Carrera 7 No. 18-68, 

Bogota, Colombia.  



Ecuador  

(3) 1940 John Stearns, resident teacher. Address: Calle Flores 12, Quito,  

Ecuador.  

Peru  

(4) 1935-1938 Isabel Stehhins Dodge, resident teacher at Morococha and Lima.  

1936 Stuart W. French and Nellie S. French visited Lima.  

1937 Mrs. Joel Stebbins visited Lima for several months. Project being  

considered for permanent teacher.  

Bolivia  

(5) 1940 Mrs. Eleanor Smith Adler preparing to take up residence as pioneer  

teacher in La Paz.  

Chile  

Miss Root, Mr. and Mrs. Mathews, Mr. and Mrs. French, and Mrs.  

Frances Benedict Stewart have visited Chile at various times, the  

voyage of Mr. and Mrs. French taking them through the Straits  

of Magellan where they left books in the city of Magallanes.  

(6) 1940 Señora Elisa del B. de Espinosa, resident believer. Address: Casilla  

1969, Santiago, Chile.  

1940 Mrs. Marcia Stewart Atwater, preparing to take up permanent resi denc in Santiago.  



Patagonia  

(7) Included in Argentina.  



Argentina  

(8) 1940 Resident believer, Señor Salvator Tormo. Address: Sarandi 140,  

piso 7, Buenos Aires. Spiritual Assembly formed 1940.  

1940 Mrs. May Maxwell ascended to Abhá Kingdom in Buenos Aires.  

Mrs. Nourse, Miss Jeanne Bolles, Mrs. Stewart and Wilf rid Barton  

have remained at length to teach.  



Uruguay  

(9) 1940 Wilf rid Barton, resident teacher. Address: Yacó 1478 Dto., No. 2  

Nueve Malvin, Montevideo, Uruguay.  

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MAPS OP THE BAHA’I WORLD 1039  



Brazil  

(10) 1940 Miss Leonora Holsapple, permanent resident. 



Address: 

Praca Dr.  

Paterson I, Bahia, Brazil.  

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Worley, permanent residents.  

Spiritual Assembly formed April, 1940.  

1936 Miss Eve Nicklin resided in Bahia some months.  



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