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- 63%. ‘Reality of Religion—Tablet of Abdu’lBaha’, The. Four-page leaflet. Bahá’I Publishing Committee, 1924.
- 1906. Tablet to the Beloved of God of the Occident. Translated by Abmad 1sf áhánl (Ahmad Sohráb), Washington, D. C., September 8
Oriental Rose, The,
by Mary Hanford Ford. A vivid presentation of historical aspects of the Bahá’j Movement. 214 pp. Post 8vo.,
Bound in blue cloth.
‘Peace of the World, The,
by Charles Mason Remey. Baha’i Publishing Society, Chicago, 1919.
Portals to Freedom,
by Howard Colby Ives. The author recounts personal experiences
in meeting ‘Abdu’l-Bahá during 1912 and describes the spiritual power released through the Bahá’i Faith for the development of
human personality in this age. Illustrated with photographs.
pp. Bound in cloth.
Promise of All Ages, The,
by Christophil. An important contribution to the literature expounding the significance of the Bahá’i
Faith. The author traces the true spiritual content of religion through the Dispensations of the past, to culminate in the World Order
revealed by Bahá’u’lláh. Originally published in London, England. American edition,
pp. Bound in cloth.
Religions of the Empire.
Edited by W. Loftus Hare. (Published by Duckworth, London.) The addresses delivered by representatives
of the several religions invited to participate in the conference on Some Living Religions within the British Empire held at the
Imperial Institute, London, England, from September 22 to October 3, 1924. Includes the two papers read on the Bahá’i Cause. Bound
in red cloth.
pp. Royal Svo., 6V2 x
by Stanwood Cobb. A careful and scholarly diagnosis of the social problems of modern civilization,
with an exposition of the spiritual education afforded by the Bahá’i Faith and its culmination in a World Order by which alone
universal peace can be secured. 202 pp. Bound in cloth.
*Social Principles, The,
by Horace Holley. Laurence J. Gomme, New York,
Traveller’s Narrative, A,
translated into English by Edward G. Browne, M.A., M.B. Written to illustrate the Episode of the Báb.
448 pp. New edition from original plates in the possession of Cambridge University Press. Bound in blue cloth.
by Arthur Pillsbury Dodge. Mutual Publishing Company, New York, 1901.
by Elizabeth Herrick. The Revelation of Bahá’u’llah as the fulfillment of Christianity, with extensive quotations
and bibliography. 226 pp. Royal 8vo., 6
x 9. Bound in red cloth.
Universal Religion, The,
by Hippolyte Dreyfus. An introductory work on the Bahá’i Cause by a French Orientalist, who has
THE BAHA’I WORLD
translated many of the writings of Bahã’u’lláh. 176 pp. Crown 8vo., 5’/a x 8. Bound in black cloth.
‘Whence Comes the Light?
by Loulie A. Mathews. The author gives a clear understanding in this brief outline of the approach to
the Bahá’i Cause and the noble grandeur of its founders. The quotations from Bahã’i writings throw light upon every phase of life. 84
x 6. Bound in paper.
A World Faith.
Studies in the Teachings of Bahã’u’lláh developed by ten different contributors to a symposium published in
68 pp. Paper covers.
(b) WRITINGS OF THE BAB
These sublime words are reproduced in pamphlet form from a hand-lettered copy
of pp. 92-94 of
12 pp. (See Bahá’i Literature in French.)
(c) WRITINGS OF BAHA’U’LLAH
Compiled by Horace Holley, Brentano’s, New York, 1923. Bahá’i
Publishing Committee, New York, 1929.
Book of Certitude, The
(Kitáb-i-fqán), revealed by Bahã’u’lláh. Translated by Shoghi
Effendi. Bahá’i Publishing Committee, 1931. This work reveals the oneness of all the Prophets and their significance as the expression
of the Will of God. 55/s x 85/s. Bound in blue cloth.
Epistle to the
of the Wolf,
translated by Julie Chanler. A work written by Bahâ’u’lláh in His last years, addressed to the son of
a prominent Persian who had been a savage enemy of the Cause. This Tablet recapitulates many teachings Bahâ’u’llãh had revealed in
earlier works. 140 pp. Royal 8vo., 6¼ x 9/4. Bound in blue cloth and white parchment.
Gleanings from the Writings of Bahd’u’lla’h,
translated by Shoghi Effendi. This work consists of selections from Tablets.
pp. Bound in dark blue fabrikoid; also in dark blue cloth.
translated by Shoghi Effendi. The essence of the teachings of all the Prophets. 54 pp., l6mo., 14¼ x 16¼. Three
editions: black leather, blue cloth, and paper cover.
Bahã’i friends gathered to bid farewell to Mr. Nabili on the occasion of his departure for Kabul, Afghánistán, on a
Works of Baha”u’lla’h,
ed. A. H. Tumansky, St. Petersburg, 1892.
ed. A. H. Tumansky, Memoires de l’Academie Impériale de St. Petersburg 1899 VIII serie vol. III, No. 6.
Prayers and Meditations
by Bahá’u’lláh. Translated by Shoghi Effendi. This suppreme book of devotions is issued in the same
style as the Gleanings. 348 pp. Bound in fabrikoid.
Translated by ‘Ali-KuliThan. Bahi’i Publishing Society, Chicago.
The Seven Valleys and The Four Valleys.
Two treatises revealed by Bahá’u’lláh on the nature of spiritual evolution. Translated
by ‘Ali-Kuli Khan, N.D. 60 pp. Bound in fabrikoid. Also in paper.
Four page leaflet. Bahá’i Publishing Committee, 1924.
Translated from the Arabic by Antun Uaddád. Bahã’I Publishing Society, Chicago, 1900.
Tablets of Bahd’u’lla’h
(Tarázát, The Tablet of the World, Kalimát, Tajalliyát, Bishárat, Ishráqãt), social and spiritual principles of
the new age. 138 pp., 6% x 10. Bound in blue cloth.
Translated by Shoghi Effendi. 14 pp. Paper cover.
Three Tablets of Baha”u’lla’h
(Tablet of the Branch, Kitáb-i-’Ahd, Lawh-i-Aqdas), the appointment of ‘Abdu’l-Bahã as the
interpreter of the teachings of Bahi’u’lláh, the Testament of Bahá’u’lláh, and His message to the Christians. 168 pp. Post 8vo., 5¼ x
Bound in paper.
(d) WRITINGS OF ‘ABDU’L-BAHA
*‘AbdulBaha’ on Divine Philosophy
(compiled by Isabel F. Chamberlain). Tudor Press, Boston, 1916.
‘Abdu’l-Bahd in London,
edited by Eric Hammond. A record of public and private addresses delivered in 1911. 134 pp. Post 8vo.,
S x 7%. Paper binding.
‘Abdu’l-Bahd in New York.
Bahá’i Assembly, New York, 1922. A new edition containing selected addresses delivered at
Columbia University and various churches and at public meetings by ‘Abdu’l-Bahá
while in New York. Also Tablets written to the New York Spiritual Assembly by ‘Abdu’l-Bahá. Bound in sapphire
blue paper 4% x 6%.
America’s Spiritual Mission. Teaching Tablets revealed to American Bahá’is by ‘Abdu’l-Bahá during 1916-1917. 54
pp. Self cover.
Baha”I Peace Program, The. A compilation containing a letter from ‘Abdu’l-Bahá pertaining to a plan of peace and a
letter to Dr. Forel entitled “God and His Universe,” a scientific statement of the laws governing the world and showing
the necessity of absolute harmony in the relations of all mankind united under one spiritual law. Bound in blue leather
with gold stamping. Also bound in green paper with dark green stamping.
Ba/nil Scriptures. Compiled by Horace Holley, Brentano’s, New York, 1923. Bahã’i Publishing Committee, New
‘Definition of Love, by ‘Abdu’l-Bahá. Received at New York, December 7, 1902.
Divine Secret for Human Civilization, by Josephine D. Storey. A charmingly bound book, compiled from the words of
‘Abdu’l-Bahá, showing the relation of the Twelve Basic Principles of the Bahã’i Cause to the foundation of the new
world order of the future. 96 pp., 16 mo., 4% x 6. Bound in white parchment stamped in gold. Also bound in paper.
Synagogues, Peace Societies and similar public meetings during His journey through America in 1912. 112 pp. Royal
8vo., 6 x 9. Paper covers.
*Letters to the Friends in Persia. Bahá’i Publishing Society, Chicago, January 21, 1906.
Mysterious Forces of Civilization. A work addressed to the people of I ran nearly forty years ago to show the way to
THE BAHA’I WORLD
progress. 132 pp. Royal 8vo., 63/4 x
Bound in black cloth.
*Prayers and Tablets.
a one-page leaflet.
*Proinulgation of Universal Peace,
edited by Howard MacNutt. Public addresses delivered throughout the United States and
Canada in 1912. This work contains ‘Abdu’l-Bahâ’s spiritual message to the American people, whom he summoned to establish the
“Most Great Peace” which is the consummation of the ideals of all religionists, scientists and humanitarians. 232 pp. Imperial 8vo.,
x 93%. Bound in black cloth in two volumes.
Promulgation of Universal Peace.
New edition, issued in 1939, in which the two volumes have been bound together as one.
Reality of Man, The.
A compilation from the words of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá explaining the relations of mind, soul and spirit. Compiled by
Horace Holley. Bound in dark red paper. Size
‘Reality of Religion—Tablet of Abdu’lBaha’, The.
Four-page leaflet. Bahá’I Publishing Committee, 1924.
Some Answered Questions,
edited by Laura Clifford Barney. An expression of fundamental spiritual and philosophic problems,
pp. Royal 8vo., 6Y2 x 9¼. Bound in black cloth.
a one-page leaflet.
‘Tablct on Universal Peace,
a letter written by ‘Abdu’l-Bahá in 1919 to the Central Organization for a Durable Peace.
Translated by ‘Ali-Kuli-Khán. Cambridge, Mass., January 3, 1906.
Tablet to the Beloved of God of the Occident.
Translated by Abmad 1sf áhánl (Ahmad Sohráb), Washington, D. C., September 8,
Tablets by ‘Abdu’l-Bahd Abbds to the House of Justice of Chicago, to the Ladies’ Assembly of Teaching, and others.
Tablets of Abdu’l-Bahd,
compiled by Albert R. ‘Windust. Intimate letters written in reply to questions addressed by individuals and
groups. Three volumes. Volume one and three (new edition) bound in blue cloth. Volume two bound in black cloth.
Translated by Al3mad Ifáháni (Abmad Sohráb).
The Bahã’i Assembly of Washington,
D. C., 1908.
Translated by M. A. E. Washington, D. C., August 29, 1906.
Translated by Ahmad IsfáhánI (Alsmad
Sohráb). The Bahã’I Association of
Washington, D. C., 1907.
‘Tablets to Japan.
Compiled by Agnes Alexander. New York, 1928.
The Board of Council, New York, 1901.
Bahá’i Publishing Society, 1902.
The Garden of the Heart.
A compilation of passages on nature from Bahã’i Sacred Writings and from the Bible, selected by
Frances Esty. Bound in colored linen.
Translated by Ahmad Sohráb. Tudor Press, Boston,
Board of Council, New York, 1901.
Translated by ‘Ali-Kuli Khán. Bahá’I Board of Council, New York,
National Spiritual Assembly,
Selected passages which constitute the Administrative Order of the Bahá’I Faith, the
establishment of the Guardianship, the interpretation of the institutions of local, national and international Houses of Justice. These
excerpts are accompanied by passages from the Writings of the Báb and Bahá’u’lláh which reveal the continuity of the Faith, and by
passages from the communications of Shoghi Effendi explaining the significance of the
itself. A pamphlet,
uniform in size and appearance with the series of World Order letters of Shoghi Effendi.
Edited by Lady Blomfield. Previously published under the title of
a brief but
comprehensive presentation of His Message. 172 pp. Post 8vo.,
x 75,4, paper covers. Bound in green cloth.
Chicago, Bahá’i News Service.
An address given in New York in 1912.
(e) WRITINGS OF SHOGH.I EFFENDI
A work compiled by the National Spiritual Assembly to present the original sources of instruction on the
duties and responsibilities of believers, in their relations to the local, national and international bodies of the Cause. Part One, Excerpts
from the Will and Testament of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá; Part Two, Letters from Shoghi Effendi to the American National Spiritual Assembly
and the body of American believers from January 21, 1922, to October 18, 1927; Part Three, Declaration of Trust by the National
Spiritual Assembly; Index.
pp. Royal 8vo., 6 x
Bound in blue cloth. Bahá’i Publishing Committee, New York, 1928.
(Second edition). The letters written by Shoghi Effendi to the American Bahá’i community, from January,
1922, to July, 1932, in his capacity of Guardian of the Baha’j Cause, to encourage, guide and instruct the believers in carrying out the
provisions of the Will and Testament of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá concerning the organic development of the Bahá’i community. This volume
constitutes the authoritative interpretation of that Will and of Bahá’u’llah’s teachings on the subject of the principles determining the
character of the Faith as an evolving religious society. These letters, which define the institutions of local, national and international
Bahá’i administrative bodies forming the nucleus of the new world order of Bahá’u’lláh, include communications explaining the new
world order and clarifying the problems of the post-war years. The volume also contains excerpts from ‘Abdu’l-Baha’s Will, and an
Appendix consisting of the Declaration of Trust and By-Laws of the National Spiritual Assembly, and By-Laws for local Spiritual
Assemblies. 286 pp. Bound in cloth.
selections from letters written by the grandson of
‘Abdu’l-Baha, appointed Guardian of the Cause by Him, regarding details of administering the affairs of the Movement. (The
complete letters to October 18, 1927, are included in
Bahá’i Publishing Committee. New York, March,
A letter from Shoghi Effendi, dated February 27, 1929, clarifying the Will and Testament of
‘Abdu’l-Baha and the source of the Bahá’i Administrative Order. Bahá’i Publishing Committee. New York, March, 1929.
This letter, written March 21, 1930, continues the theme of the
Administrative Order as the nucleus and pattern of the future world civilization. Bahá’i Publishing Committee. New York, 1930.
In this communication (dated November 28, 1931) the Guardian analyzes the existing
international political, economic and social problems, points to the signs of impending chaos, and emphasizes the guiding principles of
world order established by Bahá’u’lláh. The goal of world federation is upheld, and ‘Abdu’l-Bahá’s prophecy of the failure of the
present civilization is called to the attention of Bahá’js. 32 pp. Paper covers.
The Guardian’s letter (dated March 21, 1932) referring to the spiritual importance
of America in the new world order, the progressive character of divine Revelation, the station of the Báb, the release of spiritual forces
for human regeneration, and the non-political character of the Bahá’i Faith. 24 pp. Paper covers.
America and the Most Great Peace.
A letter addressed to American Bahâ’is, dated April 21, 1933. This communication
summarizes the forty years of American Bahã’i History (1893-1933), and develops in greater detail than in the preceding letter, the
responsibility laid upon America in the divine plan for the establishment of universal peace. 28 pp. Paper covers.
The Dispensation of Baha”u’lla’h.
A letter addressed to the Bahá’is of the West, dated
THE BAHA’T WORLD
February 7, 1934. In this letter the Guardian of the Bahá’i Faith clarifies, with numerous quotations from Bahã’i sacred
writings, the spiritual station and mission of Bahá’u’llãh, the Bãb, ‘Abdu’lBahá, and the nature of the World Order
which Bahâ’u’lláh established. In this statement, prepared by the one authorized in ‘Abdu’l-Bahá’s Will and Testament
to be the sole interpreter of Bahá’i writings, students of the Cause possess the first complete and authentic outline and
summary of the Bahâ’i Faith in its development from the Announcement of the Báb in 1844 to the Administrative
Order defined by ‘Abdu’l-Bahá for the era following His departure from this world in 1921. 66 pp. Bound in cloth and
also bound in blue paper.
The Unfoldment of World Civilization. By The Guardian of the Faith. A letter dated March 11, 1936, giving an analysis
of the death of the old order and the birth of the new. 46 pp. Paper covers.
The World Order of Bahd’u’lldh. This volume reprints the Guardian’s successive general letters from February 27,
1939, to March 11, 1936, and represents the Bahá’i attitude toward current world problems as well as the Bahi’I
Teaching on rehgious and social matters. 234 pp. Index.
personal and collective requisites for success in carrying out their mission of spreading the Faith of Bahá’u’lláh
throughout the earth. 77 pages. Bound in fabrikoid and also paper.
Prayers and Meditations by Baha”u’lláh, translated by Shoghi Effendi. In this great work the Guardian has made
available, in the realm of devotional literature, a spiritual treasure comparable only to the Gleanings from the Writings
of Babe’u’lldh which consists of Tablets. 347 pages. Index. Bound in blue fabrikoid.
The Báb, Bahá’u’lláh and ‘Abdu’l-Bahá. A large collection of prayers, newly compiled, to meet the needs of the
spiritual life of today. 210 pp. 16 mo., 3% x 6. Bound in blue cloth and also bound in blue paper.
‘Bahd’I Prayers by Bahd’u’lla’h and ‘Abdu’lBabe.
16 pp., 354 x
Gray paper cover.
*Prayers, Tablets, Instructions,
etc., gathered by American visitors in ‘Akká, 1900.
Prayers Revealed by Baha”u’lla’h.
Containing also prayers revealed by ‘Abdu’lBahá. 108 pp., 3 x
Black paper cover.
Prayers revealed by Bahá’u’lláh and ‘Abdu’l-Bahá. 34 pp. Paper covers.
Prayers Revealed by Bahd’u’lla’h, The Bdb and ‘Abdu’l-Bahd,
translated by Shoghi Effendi. 24 pages, pocket size, linen
translated by Shoghi Effendi. Paper cover.
(g) BAHA’T LITERATURE IN
‘Abdu’l-Baha”s First Days in America,
intimate and beautiful glimpses of the Master, from the diary of Juliet Thompson. 40 pp.
Printed by The Roycrofters. Paper cover.
Nos. Translated by Ahmad Sohrâb. Seattle, 1921.
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