Baha’i

Albert R. Windust

At the age of fourteen Albert became an apprentice in the printing firm where his father worked. The following November his mother died. His interest in nature awakened a desire to draw, and he

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Juliet Thompson

Following her Paris sojourn she spent most of the rest of her life in New York, and her studio there became a center for Baha'i meetings. Juliet's great love for and devotion to the

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Dr. Youness Khan-i-Afrukhtih

The effect of ‘Abdu’l-Baha on the visitors, Yunis Khan writes, was related to their own personalities and the degree of their own spiritual development. The Master was the Sea, and those who immersed themselves

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Dr. Genevieve Lenore Coy

"I had no desire to speak to the Master; there was nothing that I could say. I do not know what happened in my mind and heart. There was no shock, no surprise, no

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David Hofman

"He will be remembered," the Universal House of Justice said, "for an adamantine loyalty to the Cause, an unfailing response to the call and guidance of the Guardian and the Universal House of Justice,

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Báb

Although the young merchant's given name was Siyyid 'Ali-Muhammad, He took the name "Báb"

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Amatu’l-Bahá Ruhiyyih Khanum

Over his mother's signature, but drafted by the Guardian, the following cable was sent to America: “Announce Assemblies celebration marriage beloved Guardian. Inestimable honour conferred upon handmaid of Baha'u'llah Ruhiyyih Khanum Miss Mary Maxwell.

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Haji Mahmud Qassabchi

Not long after Shoghi Effendi assumed his stewardship as Guardian, it was possible for him, through the munificent assistance of a dedicated 'Iraqi Baha'i, Haji Mahmud Qassabchi, to carry out the arduous task, already

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George Jacob Augur

Augur received six letters from 'Abdu’l-Bahá. The first, dated early in 1909, addressed Augur’s request for an explanation of Hebrews 4:15: "For we have not an high priest which

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