Mr. and Mrs. Greenleaf became active in the Chicago Bahá’í community. When the Chicago Bahá’ís elected their first governing council, about March 16, 1900, he was one of the ten members. Charles with Thornton
Albert Windust wrote that Greenleaf "was one of the three recognized pillars of strength of the Cause in the early days," the others being Chase and Agnew. Greenleaf’s contributions may have been
Mr. Hartmutt Grossmann was the son of the Hand of the Cause of God, Dr. Hermann Grossmann. His mother and grandmother were both Bahá’ís.
Helen had an absolute belief in the power of prayer and the answers it provided to daily challenges and tests. To her, the answers were clear, immediate and not to be doubted. Hearing someone’s
Joan Giddings who is pioneering from England in Cardiff has a lovely enthusiastic, sincere spirit and is eager to form an Assembly in this difficult spot. Cardiff is one of the most important ports
Mrs. Sara Kenny, then a member of the Los Angeles Assembly, describes Carole Lombard as she appeared that night. She looked very young, in a simple tailored suit; usually so vital, now she was
"Lua in Persian means 'Flag', and you must be my flag and wave it in the East and in the West!" ‘Abdu’l-Bahá said to Lua Getsinger when she visited Him as a prisoner of