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PART THREE


BAHA'I DIRECTORY, 1937-1938

94 OF THE BAHA'i ERA


1 .

BAHA'i NATIONAL SPIRITUAL ASSEMBLIES

National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of Australia and New Zealand, Care of Miss Hilda Brooks, Box 447 D, Adelaide, SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of Caucasus, Care of Mr. Diya'u'llah Asgharzadih,

Rid van 45 Alexandria Grove, North Finchley, London, N. 12, ENGLAND.

National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of Egypt, P. O. Box 13, Daher, Cairo, EGYPT.

Telegraphic Address: Bahabureau, Cairo.

National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of Germany and Austria,

Care of Herr Frederich Schweizer, Karlstr. 26, Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen, GERMANY.

National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of Great Britain and Ireland, Baha'i Center, 46 Bloomsbury Street, London, W. C. 1, ENGLAND. Telegraphic Address: National Asgarzadih, London.

National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of India and Burma, P. O. Box 14, Simla, INDIA.

Telegraphic Address: Baha'i, Simla.

National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of 'Iraq, P. O. Box 5, Baghdad, 'IRAQ.

National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of Iran,

Care of Mirza *Ali-Akbar Furutan, Khiaban-i-Mehdieh, No. 2002, Tihran, IRAN. Telegraphic Address: Rawhani, Parsiyan, Tihran.

National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of Turkistan, Care of Mr. DiyaVllah Asgharzadih,

45 Alexandria Grove, North Finchley, London, N. 12, ENGLAND.


National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the United States and Canada, Secretariat, 130 Evergreen Place, West Englewood, N. J., U. S. A. Telegraphic Address: Bah'i, New York.

International Baha'i Bureau,

No. 19a, Ave. de Champel, Geneva, SWITZERLAND. Telegraphic Address: Bahd'i, Geneva.

555


556 THE BAHA'l WORLD

2.

BAHA'i LOCAL SPIRITUAL ASSEMBLIES AND GROUPS

This list has been compiled by the International Bahd'i Bureau of Geneva, Switzer- land. Omissions, errors and changes should be reported immediately to the Bureau, address International Bahd'i Bureau, No. i$a, Ave. de Cbatnpel.

  • Denotes Local Spiritual Assembly.

ABYSSINIA Brenitza-Beloslatinska: Mr. Bentcho Chris-

Addis-Ababa: Sabri Elias, P. O. Box 193. toff.

Dragoman-Gare: Mr. Christo Knijarof Chef- ALBANIA Du-Duvane.

Gjinokaster: Mr. Refo Chapari, State Hos- Elhova: Dr. Cristo Tchervenkof, Mayor, pital. Plovdiv-Gare: Mr. and Mrs. Lucca Kon-

stantinoff, Philopova. Dr. Anghelova, AUSTRALIA Gladston Prodojinia.

  • Adelaide, S. A.: Mr. H. Fitzner, 447 D, * Sofia: Miss Marion J ack > Union Palace

G.P.O. HoteL

Booleroo Center, S. A.: Mr. D. A. Brooks. Striklovo: Mr. Dimitri Angueloff, Russenka.

Broken Hill, N. S. W.: Mrs. Fraser-Pater- Varna: Mr - Nicholas Avramof, Ul. Polkov-

son, Box 1 5 1 A, G.P.O. nik > Suychtark.

Gladstone, S. A.: Mr. M. Appleton.

Goldsborough, Victoria: Miss Effie Baker, BURMA (see India and Burma)

G. P. O.

Healesville, Victoria: Mr. L. Hancock. CANADA (see United States and Canada) Kopio, S. A.: Mr. C. Ruhe.

Melbourne, Victoria: Miss M. Stephens, Box CAUCASUS Khilli.

1237, G.P.O. j: *Baku. Kugchay.

  • Perth, W. A.: Mrs. A. O. Miller, 73 Ber- *Bala-Khani. Naftalan.

wick St. Batum. Petrovki.

^Sydney, Victoria Park: Miss Gladys Moody, *Burda. ^Saliyan.

Kembla Bldg., Margaret St. Q!? ini - Shakki.

Darband. Shamakhi.

A Erivan. Shiravan.

AUSTRIA .

  • Vienna: Herr Franz Pollinger, Ramperstor- ^ an J in - L ltlls -

fereasse 25/4.

CHINA

Canton: Mr. C. S. Liu, Bureau for the Im-

_ , . provement of Sericulture, Department of

Antwenx Mme. Stemmann, J3 Ave. Van Reconstnlction> Ronglok.

Hong Kong: Mr. Pei Tswi, Manager, Bank

of China.

BRAZIL Shanghai: Mirza H. A. Ouskouli, Box 5 5 1 .

Bahia: Miss Leonora Holsapple, Avenida

Oceanica 30. CZECHOSLOVAKIA

Brno 14, C.S.R.: Mr. and Mrs. Mahmud

BULGARIA Khamsy, Tyrspva 42.

Bourgas: Mr. Nichola Vassilef, Ul. Struma Castolovice 226, C.S.R.: Frau Mariane Bene- 31- sova, Hradece-Krilov^.


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Praha II: Mr. Vuk Echtner, c/o Bruckner, u. Pujcovny 2.

DENMARK


Dresden A 24: Herr Paul Kohler, Feld-

schlosschenstr. 22.

  • Esslingen: Frau Liesl Rommel, Keplerstr.

10.


Copenhagen: Miss Johanne Sorensen, Skov- *Frankfurt a/M.: Fraulein Edith Horn,


laeet 4, Hellerup.

EGYPT

  • Alexandria: P.O. Box 1865.

Assiut: Mr. 'Ali alih.

Beni-Suef : Mr. Fathi Kamal.

  • Cairo: P.O. Box 13, Daher.

Damietta: Mr. Fu'ad Zaynu'l-'Abidin,

A.I.P.A. Dessouk: Mr. Sa'ad Salim Nusayr, Chief

Clerk of the Prison.


Burnitzstr. 8. Geislingen/Steige: Herr u. Frau Hans Kraiss,

Altenstadt, Oleweg 22. Goppingen: Frau Anna Schoch, Ulrichstr.

24.

Graal: Herr K. Klitzing, Haus Gertrud.

  • Hamburg 24: Fraulein Anna Bostelmann,

Uhlandstr. 43. '"Heidelberg: Fraulein Friedl Bleck, Mozart-

str. 9a. Heilbronn: Frau Marie Ott, Rabeweg 4.


Isma'iliyyih: Mr. Khalil 'Ayad, Imprimerie Heppenheim: Herr Hans G. Schmidt, Post-


Suez Canal Co.


schliessfach 41.


Kafru'z-Zayat: Mr. Siyyid Farahat, Agricul- Karlsruhe-Riippur-Gartenstadt: Frau Marta


tural Bank.


Brauns, Resedenweg 70.


Kantara: Mr. Muhammad 'Avayda, Customs Leipzig C-l: Frau Lina Benke, Antonstr. 21.


Dept.

Kawmu'ss-a*ayidih: Mr. Hasan Muhammad- Hasan.

Mahallatu'l-Kubra : Mr. ' Abdu'l-Hamid Zaki.

Mansurih: Mr. Mikha'il Sa'ad, Broadcasting Section.

Nagh-Hamadih: Abu'l-Futuh Batah.

  • Port Said: P.O.B. 213.

Rashid: Mr. Mikha'il Yusuf, Station Master.

Shibinu'1-Kawm: Mr. Ibrahim Stefanos.

Suez: Mr. Nashid Bassilios, Train Guard, E.S.R.

Tanta: Mr. Ibrahim 'Abdu'l-Masih, State Telegraphs.

FRANCE

Grenoble: Mr. Nahvi Massouda, Maison des

tudiants. Lyon: Mile. Lucienne Migette, 12 Rue St.

Polycarpe. Marseille: Mme. Marie Soghomonian, 17 Ch.

St. Trone, Ste. Marguerite. '"Paris: Mr. C. N. Kennedy, 104, Ave. de

Versailles. Vence, A. M.: Mme. Adele Routsztein, Villa

Simone, Ste. Elizabeth. Versailles: Dr. Ayadi, 5 Rue Alexis Foucolt.

GERMANY

  • Berlin: Herr Theo Lehne, Dallgow-D6-

beritz, Parkstr. 24.


Munich: Herr A. Grassl, Lindwurmstrasse

67. Neckargemiind b/Heidelberg: Herr Dr. u.

Frau H. Grossman, Goringstr. 37.

  • Rostock-Warnemunde: Fraulein Charlotte

Walcker, Schillerstr. 23.

  • Stuttgart: Herr Albrecht Nagel, Schlossstr.

68. Warnemiinde: Frau Charlotte Schwedler,

Personalbahnhof. Zuffenhausen/Wttbg.: Frau Anna Marie

Schweizer, Karlstr. 26.

GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND Abascragh: Mr. G. Townshend, Abascragh

Rectory, County Galway. Ashburton, Devon: Mrs. McKinley, Rose- land. Babbacombe, Devon: Mrs. L. Stevens, Three

Hills, Hampton Ave. Birmingham: Mr. J. Marshall, 67 Nansen

Rd., Alum Rock. Blackburn: Mrs. Harold Cooper, Feniscowles

Old Hall, Pleasington. Bournemouth: Miss Grace Challis, Rizwan,

Broadstone, Dorset. Bradford: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Norton, 41

Cranbourne Rd. Bristol: Mrs. Dora Weeks, 53 Hill View,

Henleaze. Cheltenham: Mrs. A. H. Ginman, 2 All

Saints Terrace, Hewlett Rd.


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THE BAHA'f WORLD


Cheshire: Mr. and Mrs. Busby, 12 Norwood Ave., Bramhall.

Cornwall: Mrs. Frazer, 173 Charleston Rd., St. Austell.

Darlington: Mr. A. W. Siddiqui, 18 New- lands.

Farnham, Surrey: Mrs. Leitch, Fairfield Lodge.

^London: Mr. G. H. Mukhless, 46 Blooms- bury Street, London, W. C. 1.

Manchester: Mr. J. Lee, Baha'i Centre, Commerce House, 39 High St.

Okehampton, Devon: Mrs. Scaramucci, South Zeal.

Orpington, Kent: Miss Baxter, Timbers- combe, Station Rd.

Pleasington: Mrs. Nay lor, c/o Mrs. Cooper.

Reading: Mr. Z. Behravesh, 53 Alexander Rd.

Stokenchurch, Bucks: Mrs. Isabel Slade, Mal- lard's Court.

Totnes: Mrs. Langdon-Davies, 6 Huxham's Cross, Dartington.

Worcester: Mrs. Harrison, 2 Blanquette Ave., Droitwich Rd.

York: Mrs. Ken worthy, 23 Arran Place, Dodsworth Ave.

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS (see United States and Canada)

HOLLAND

Amsterdam: Mr. Arnold van Ogtrop, A.T.M.

van Ogtrop Buro, Heeren Gracht 312. Brummen, Gelderland: Herr and Frau Epple,

Zutphenscheweg 74. Eindhoven: Mr. W. E. M. Grosfeld, Rechte-

straat 49. Enschede: Herr G. J. Bertelinck, Hoogstraat

3. Haarlem: Fraulein Kathe Braun, Spruit en

Boschstr. 15. The Hague: Mr. and Mrs. Max Greeven,

Parkflat "Marloh."

HUNGARY

Budapest: Miss Renee Felbermann, II Lisz-

nyai utca 15. Gy6r: Mrs. George Steiner, Apkur u. 8.

ICELAND

Reykjavik: Miss Holmfridur Arnadottir, Eiriksgata no. 8.


INDIA AND BURMA

Aligarh: Dr. M. S. Burney, Shahpara.

Amritsar: Mr. Ghulam Muhammad Sani,

153/54 Parja St. Hathi Darwaza. Attock P.O. Shadi Khan (N.W.R.): c/o

Dr. Ghulam Qadir, Civil Hospital.

'Bombay
P.O. Box 470.

Bulandshahr (U.P.): Mr. Siyyid Irtida

Husayn, Government High School. -'Calcutta: P.O. Box 8940. Chittagong: Mr. Amiru'l-Islam, Islamkutir,

Andarkillah.

  • Daidanaw-Kalazoo: Mr. Ko Ba Sein, P.O.

Kungyangoon (Hanthawaddy).

  • Delhi: Mr. M. A. amadani, Multani

Dhandha, Paharganj. Hyderabad (Deccan): Mr. 'Abdu'1-Aziz,

B.A., B.T., Vice-Principal, Opp; Taluq-

dar Abkari, Naryangudda.

-Karachi: Baha'i Hall, Pires St., Bunder

Road Extension.

Kawlin (Burma) : Mr. Khuda Bakhsh. Khanpur (Bahawalpur State) : Mr. Muham- mad Ishaq, B.Sc., Amin-Manzil. Lahore: Prof. Pritam Singh, M.A., 39 Tem- ple Road. Lucknow: Siyyid Akhtar Jihan, *Aziz Man-

zil, Asjiraf^bad. Madras: Mr. Ishaq Pahlayan, Chowk, Tripli-

cane. }; 'Mandalay: Miss Hla Hla, 9/34th St.,

Koyandan. Mozang (Lahore) : Mr. Uthman Ghani,

Diikusha Park Lane.

  • Poona: P.O. Box 8.

'^Rangoon: P.O. Box 299. Rawdih, Chapra (Saran) : Mr. Ahmad-'Ali. Simla: Mr. 'Abbas-'Ali Butt, P.O. Box 14. Sinthi, P.O. Tdtkon (Burma): Mr. M. A.

'Aziz, Station Master. Sirsa (Hissar) : Dr. 'Abdu'l Shakur, Sabzi

Mendi. Siwani (Bikdnir State) : Mr. Sami'ul Hasan

Zaydi, Station Master. Surat: Mr. N. R. Vakil, Khapatia Chakla. Tawnggyi (Burma): 'Abdul Rashid,

Ywam4 Road. Thayetkon (Burma) :*Dr. M. A. Latif, Civil

Hospital. Vyganellore, Agraharam, Kulitalai: Mr. A.

Rang^swami Iyer, Nazir. Yamethin (Burma) : Dr. M. A. Khn, Civil

Hospital.


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IRAN

Iran (see sub-section "Baha'i Administrative Divisions in Iran").

'IRAQ


PALESTINE AND TRANSJORDANIA

  • 'Adasiyyih: P.O. Box 11, Samakh.
  • 'Akka: Mr. 4 Abdu'l-Rahman Jarrah.
  • Haifa: P.O, Box 23.

Hebron: Mr. M. 'Abdu'l-Latif.


  • Adhy4bih: Mr. 'Ali Faraj, c/o 'Abbas Jaffa: Mr. Mansur A. Irani.


Ganji Shahraban.

  • 'Avashiq: c/o 'Abbas Ganji, Shahrabdn.

Baghdad: P.O. Box 5.

Basrih: c/o Zakariyya Doccat, Port Direc- torate, Ashar.

Khiniqin:

Karbila: Mr. Adib R. Baghdad!, Sec- ondary School.


Majdal: Mr, Misbah Murad. Salt, Transjordania: Mr. Hasan H. Ruhi, Salt Secondary School.

POLAND

Warsaw: Miss L. Zamenhof, Krolewska 41.

RUMANIA


  • Mosul: Mr. Jamil Hanna, c/o Mulla Bucharest: Comitetul Baha'i stn. Dr. Istrate


Ahmad H. Mallah, Ninevah St.


10.


ISLANDS


RUSSIA


Society Islands: Papeete, Tahiti, Mr. and Leningrad: Isabel Grinevskaya, Prospect Na-


Mrs. Georg Spitze.


himson, No. 10, log. 32.


ITALY


SOUTH AFRICA


Florence: Signora Campani, Viale Duca di Cape Town: Mrs. Tucker, Three Anchor


Genova, 24. Livorno: R. Mouzun, Allievo Ufficiale, R.

Academia Navale. Rome: General R. Pioh Caselli, Via G. B. De

Rossi, No. 15 Rome.


Bay.

Pretoria: Mrs. F. A. Carey, 220 Johann St. Southern Rhodesia: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dee,

Salisbury.


JAPAN

Kobe: Mr. Daiun Inouye, Sairinji, 42 Nishi-

miyauchi cho, Hyogo. Kyoto: Mr. Tokujiro Torii, c/o Kyoto School SWEDEN

for the Blind.


SUDAN

Khartoum: 'Abdu'l-Hamid Yusuf, 22 Rue Sirdar.


Tokyo: Mrs. Yuriko Furukawa, 501 Zchome vick.


Ra'mmen: Fru Rudd-Palmgren, Villa Oster-


Sendagaya Shibuya-ku.


Skara: Mr. Eric Borgren, Editor.


35 B.


SWITZERLAND


Yokohama: Prof. K. D. Koyama, c/o Yoko- Stockholm: Miss A. Zetterlund, Kocksgatan hama City College of Commerce.

JUGOSLAVIA

Belgrade: Mrs. Draga Ilic, Kneginje Ljubice Geneve: International Baha'i Bureau, No.

19a Ave. de Champel.

Halse-Wolfhalden: Mr. Fritz Semle, Kinder- heim Morgensonne.


26.

NEW ZEALAND

'"Auckland: Miss M. Stevenson, 3 Cowie Kilchberg, b/Zurich: Mrs. Gladys Vautier,


Road, Parnell. Thames: Miss M. Borrows, Broad Street.


Monchhofstr. 32. Monte S/Mendrisio Ticino: E. Mundwyler.


Wellington: Mrs. J. MacQuarrie, Willis St. Zurich: Mr. Leo Bernhard, Brunaustr. 61. Yaninee: Mr. and Mrs. Hawthorne.

SYRIA

  • Aleppo: Post Box 445.
  • Beirut: P.O. Box 774.

'"Damascus: Shaykh 'Abdu'r-Rahmn Hindi.


NORWAY

Oslo: Miss Johanna Schubarth, Stromsveien 20, Apart. 42.


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First stage in the construction of the Haziratu'1-Quds of Baghdad, 'Iraq.


Mashqara (Lebanon): Mr. Zaynu'l-'Abidin Baghdad!.

TUNISIA

  • Tunis: c/o Mr. M. Buchucha, 115 Rue El-

Ma rr.

TURKEY

Adana: Miss Z. Naci, c/o American Hos- pital, B.P. 15.

Beyoglu: Dr. Sarkis Tomasyan, Ferikeuy No. 89.

Istanbul: Bey Mecdi, fr.O.B. 660.

Jaques Abravanel, Hotel Lausanne Palace, Tepebachi.

Izmir: Mr. Hakki Nomer, c/o Halim Alan- yali, B.P. 345.

Kadikoy: Mr. Abbas Huseng, Moda Caddesi No. 169.


Uskudar: Mr. Mehemet Ibrahim DjaFerzad, Pasha Limani, Susuz Bag No. 13.


TURKISTAN

Andijan.

Artiq.

Aryul.

Biram-'Ali.

'Bukhara.

Charju.

'Gul-Tapih.

  • 'Is_hqabad.

Khawqand.


Kislavodski.

Marqilan.

-Marv.

5: 'Qahqahih.

"Samarqand.
> Tajan.

Takht-i-Bazar.

>: Tas_hkand.

Yultan.


UNITED STATES AND CANADA (see sub-sec- tion 4)

WEST INDIES, BRITISH Barbados: Miss Ella Robarts, c/o Mrs. Hy- man, Woodside Bay Street, Bridgetown.


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3.

OFFICERS AND COMMITTEES OP THE

NATIONAL SPIRITUAL ASSEMBLY OF THE

BAHA'IS OF THE UNITED STATES

AND CANADA


Mr. Mountfort Mills, Chairman Mr. Allen B. McDaniel, Vice-Chairman Mr. Horace Holley, Secretary Mr. Roy C. Wilhelm, Treasurer 'Mr. Carl Scheffler Mr. Leroy C. loas Mrs. Nellie S. French


Mr. George Orr Latimer Mrs. Dorothy B. Baker

National Office: 130 Evergreen Place, West Englewood, New Jersey.

Office of the Secretary: 119 Waverly Place, New York, N. Y.


COMMITTEES OF THE NATIONAL SPIRITUAL ASSEMBLY


ARCHIVES AND HISTORY

Mr. Edwin W- Mattoon, Chairman.

Mrs. Carl Scheffler, Secretary, 1821 Lincoln

St., Evanston, Illinois. Mrs. R. D. Pettet. Mr. Charles Mason Remey. Miss Julia Sobel.

ACCOUNTANT

Mr. A. F. Matthiseji, 4612 Maiden St., Chi- cago, Illinois*

ANNUAL SOUVENIR OF 'ABDU'L-BAHA,

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Mr. William de Forge, Chairman. Mr. Curtis Kelsey. Dr. Wilbur. Miss Ophelia B. Crum. Mrs. Grace Krug. Mrs. Carrie Kinney. Miss Bertha L. Herklotz.

THE BAHA'I WORLD, VOLUME VII, EDI- TORIAL

Mr. Horace Holley, Chairman.

Mrs. Nellie S. French, Secretary, 390 Grove St., Pasadena, California.

Mrs. Ruth Brandt.

Mrs. Alexander Morten.

Mrs. Dudley Blakeley.

Miss Marion Holley.

Mrs. Mar^iyyih Carpenter.

Mrs. Victoria Bedikian, Assistant Photograph Editor.

Mrs. Charles Bishop.


Miss Agnes Alexander. Mr. Louis G. Gregory.

BRAILLE TRANSCRIPTION

Mrs. Samuel Rodman, Chairman, 24 Ross

Street, Batavia, New York. Miss Ella Quant. Miss Hilda Stauss. Mrs. S. W. French.

CONTACTS

Miss Lucy Marshall, Chairman, 20 Broderick

Street, San Francisco, Calif. Miss Ethel Revell.

  • Mrs. Sarah Kenny.

Mrs. Jacob Kunz. Mrs. Emeric Sala. Mrs. Allen B. McDanieL Mrs. Stanley Kemp. Miss Marion Holley.

INDEX

Mrs. H. A. Harding, Chairman, 704 W.

Nevada Street, Urbana, Illinois. Mrs. Mabel Paine. Mrs. Joel Stebbins. Mrs. B. H. Kirkpatrick. Mrs. Mary Rabb.

LEGAL

Mr. George O. Latimer, Chairman, 1927 N.E, Fortieth Avenue, Portland, Ore- gon.

Mr. Mountfort Mills.

Mr. Carl Scheffler.


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LIBRARY

Miss Martha Woodsum, Chairman. Mrs. Wesley Bastedo, Secretary, 1332 River- ' side Drive, New York, N. Y.

INTER- AMERICA

Mrs. E. R. Ma thews, Chairman, Box 1064,

Colorado Springs, Colo. Mrs. A. E. Stewart, Secretary. Mr. Miguel Calderon. Mr. E. R. Mathews.

PUBLICITY

Mrs. A. F. Matthisen, Chairman, 4612 Mai- den St., Chicago, Illinois. Mrs. Edna Eastman. Mr. Clarence LaRocque.

PUBLICITY COMMITTEE REVIEWING Mr. and Mrs. Willard McKay, 833 Prender- gast Avenue, Jamestown, New York.

PUBLISHING

Mr. Horace Hoi ley, Chairman.

Mrs. C. R. Wood, Secretary, 135 East 50th

Street, New York, N. Y. Mr. R. C. Wilhelm. Mrs. Emma F. Smith. Miss Bertha Herklotz. Mrs. Marie B. Moore. Mr. William DeForge. Mr. Thomas Wood.

PUBLISHING COMMITTEE EDITORIAL DIVI- SION

Mrs. Marie B. Moore. Miss Helen Campbell. Miss Teresita E. Ryan.

RADIO

Mrs. Frank A. Baker, Chairman, 615 West

Elm Street, Lima, Ohio. Mrs. Bishop Brown. Miss Elsie Austin.

REVIEWING

Dr. Genevieve L. Coy, Chairman.

Mrs. Horace Holley, Secretary, 119 Waverly

Place, New York, N. Y. Mrs. Patrick Quinlan.


STUDY OUTLINES

ty[iss Gretchen Westervelt, Chairman, 16

Garden St., Potsdam, New York. Mrs. Willard McKay. Miss Imogene Talbott. Miss June Miller; Mrs. J. W. Gift.

TEACHING-^

Mr. Leroy C. iQas, Chairman.

Miss Charlotte M. Linfoot, Secretary, 376

60th St., Oakland, California. Mr. George O. Latimer. Mrs. Thomas H. Collins. Prof. Forsyth N. Ward. Mrs. Arthur L. Dahl.

REGIONAL TEACHING ALABAMA AND

FLORIDA Mrs. Lucile Hoke, Secretary, c/o Chalmers

Music Co., 12 Flagler St., Miami, Florida. Mrs. W. B. Guy. Dr. W. C. Thomas.

REGIONAL TEACHING TENNESSEE, GEOR- GIA AND KENTUCKY %

Mrs. Georgie Wiles, Secretary, R. F. D. 2, West Nashville, Tennessee.

Mr. E. Vogt.

Mrs. Thelma Allison.

REGIONAL TEACHING MISSISSIPPI AND

LOUISIANA Mrs. R. D. Little, P. O. Box 61, Covington,

La.

REGIONAL TEACHING KANSAS AND MIS- SOURI

Miss Opal Howcll, Secretary, 4527 Forest Avenue, Kansas City, Mo.

Mr. Paul Brown.

Mr. J. B. Becktel.

Mr. J. J. Williams.

REGIONAL TEACHING WISCONSIN, MICHI- GAN AND ILLINOIS

Mrs. H. E. Walrath, Secretary, 4639 Beacon St., Chicago, Illinois.

Mr. Robert Theiss.

Mr. Charles Reimer.

Mr. Monroe loas.

Mrs. Robert Carson.

Mrs. D. C. Rolfe.


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REGIONAL TEACHING OHIO AND INDI- ANA

Mrs. Edward Meissler, Secretary, 319 West- wood Drive, Lima, O.

Mr. Dale S. Cole.

Miss Charlotte Lindenburg.

Dr. Lillian Sielken.

REGIONAL TEACHING MARYLAND, DELA- WARE, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, VIRGINIA AND WEST VIRGINIA

Mrs. F. W. Hipsley, Secretary, 4406 Went- worth Road, Baltimore, Md.

Mr. Charles Mason Remey.

Mr. Stanwood Cobb.

REGIONAL TEACHING NEW YORK, PENN- SYLVANIA AND NEW JERSEY

Mrs. Mildred Mattahedeh, Secretary, 544 East 86th Street, New York City, New York.

Mr. Philip Sprague.

Miss Helen Campbell.

Mr. Curtis Kelsey.

Miss Jessie E. Revell.

Dr. Genevieve L. Coy.

Mrs. Helen Inderlied.

Dr. Albert Heist.

REGIONAL TEACHING MAINE, NEW HAMPSHIRE, VERMONT, MASSACHUSETTS, RHODE ISLAND AND CONNECTICUT

Mrs. F. S. Morton, Secretary, 5 Wheeler Ave- nue, Worcester, Mass.

Mrs. Harold M. Bowman.

Mrs. Victor Archambault.

Mrs. Wendell E. Bacon.

Mrs. Howard Struven.

REGIONAL TEACHING PROVINCE OF ON- TARIO, CANADA

Mr. Gerrard Sluter, Secretary, 334 George St., Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Mr. George Spendlove.

Mr. William Suter.

REGIONAL TEACHING PROVINCE OF QUE- BEC, NEW BRUNSWICK, NOVA SCOTIA, PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND AND NEW- FOUNDLAND

Mrs. Ruth Lee, Secretary, 2682 Soissons Ave., Montreal, P.Q., Canada.

Miss Anne Savage.


Mr. Ernest V. Harrison. Mr. Siegfried Schopflocher,

REGIONAL TEACHING CALIFORNIA, ARI- ZONA AND NEVADA *

Mrs. Oni A. Finks, Secretary, 453 East Ave- nue 28, Los Angeles, Calif.

Mrs. C. H. Bugbee.

Mr. Joseph H. Bray.

Mrs. Sara Kenny.

Mrs. Florence Cox.

REGIONAL TEACHING OREGON AND IDA- HO; BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA

Miss Doris Foye, Secretary, P. O. Box 228, Seattle, Washington.

Mrs. Levinia Sprau.

Mr. Rowland Estall.

Mr. Stanley Kemp.

Mrs. Louise Caswell.

TEACHING AND TRAINING CHILDREN Mr. Carl Scheffler, Chairman, 1821 Lincoln

St., Evanston, Illinois. Mr. Stanwood Cobb. Mr. Robert S. Hammond. Mrs. Viola Tuttle. Dr. Genevieve L. Coy. Mrs. Florida Sanford.

TEACHING LITERATURE

Mr. George O. La timer, Chairman, 1927

N.E. 40th Avenue, Portland, Ore. Mrs. Louise Caswell. Mrs. Alice Robertson.

TEMPLE PROGRAM

Miss Sophie Loeding, Chairman.

Mrs. Clarence Ullrich, Secretary, 904 N.

Hays Avenue, Oak Park, Illinois. Mrs. Enos M. Barton. Mrs. Edward Lindstrom. Miss Edna True. Mr. Robert S. Hammond.

TEMPLE LIBRARIAN AND PHOTOGRAPHS Mr. H. E. Walrath, 4639 Beacon St., Chi- cago, Illinois.

UNIVERSAL AUXILIARY LANGUAGE Executive Committee Mrs. Patrick Quinlan, Chairman, 70 Colum- bia Heights, Brooklyn, N. Y.


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Miss Josephine Kruka. Mr. Lothar Schurgast.

Consulting Members Mr. Charles Witt. Mrs. Sara Witt. Mr. A. E. Regal. Mrs. Elsa Chaslon. Miss Lucy Marshall.

WORLD ORDER MAGAZINE

Mr. Stan wood Cobb.

Mr. Horace Holley, 1 19 Waverly Place, New

York, N. Y. Mrs. Marjory Morten. Mrs. C. R. Wood, Business Manager, 135

East 50th Street, New York, N. Y.

YOUTH

Mr. Kenneth Christian, Chairman.

Miss Zeah Holden, Secret l ary, 48 Terrace

Avenue, Albany, N. Y. Miss Florence Mat toon. Miss Marguerite Reimer. Miss Dorothy Wever. Miss Wilfrid Barton. Miss Farruck loas. Mr. Samuel Fox. Mr. Clarence LaRocque. Mr. Lloyd Schoeny. Miss Mae Graves. Miss Evelyn Cliff . Mr. Fred Ascah. Miss Grace Shepherd. Mr. Philip Sprague.

International Correspondents Miss Tahirih Mann Miss Annamarie Kunz


SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM FOR SEASON Green Acre Eliot, Maine, Dr. Genevieve L. Coy, Chairman.

Mr. Glenn A. Shook.

Mrs. Mary Coristine.

Central States Louhelen Ranch, Davison, Michigan.

Mr. L. W. Eggleston, Chairman.

Mrs. 'Bertha Hyde Kirkpatrick, Secretary.

Mr. Bishop Brown.

Mr. E. J. Miessler.

Mrs. Dorothy B. Baker.

Miss Garreta Busey. Pacific States Geyserville, California.

Mr. John D. Bosch, Chairman.

Mr. Leroy C. loas, Secretary.

Mrs. Thomas H. Collins.

Mr. George O. Latimer.

Mrs. Ella G. Cooper.

Mr. Siegfried Schopflocher.

Miss Charlotte Linfoot.

Prof. N. F. Ward.

Mr. Irwin Somerhalder.

GREEN ACRE ARTS AND CRAFTS Miss Agnes O'Neil, Chairjnan. Mrs. Harold B. Bowditch. Mrs. Harold Bowman. Mrs. Ivy Edwards.

GREEN ACRE PLAYS AND PAGEANTS

Mrs. Harold B. Bowditch, Chairman.

Mr. Raphael Pumpelly.

Mrs. Magda Polivanov.

Mr. Max Miller.

Dr. Ambrose.

Mr. Philip Sprague.

Miss Peggy Crandall.

Mr. Lionel Loveday.


BAHA'l DIRECTORY, 1937-1938 4.

LOCAL BAHA'l SPIRITUAL ASSEMBLIES GROUPS AND ISOLATED BELIEVERS IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA

BAHA'f ASSEMBLIES


565


Phoenix, Arizona, Mrs. Ruth Humphrey,

P. O. Box 4053. Berkeley, Calif., Mrs. Laura Kelsey Allen,

537 Santa Barbara Road. Geyserville, Calif., Mrs. John D. Bosch. Glendale, Calif., Mrs. Charlotte E. Grover,

1310 E. Acacia Avenue. Los Angeles, Calif., Mrs. Oni A. Finks, 453

E. Avenue 28. Oakland, Calif., Miss Gladyce Linfoot, 376

60th Street. Pasadena, Calif., Miss Emmalu Wever, 535

South Pasadena Avenue. San Francisco, Calif., Miss Nadeen G.

Cooper, 748 Page Street, Apt. 7. Montreal, Canada, Mrs. Emeric Sala, 194

Riverside Drive, St. Lambert, P. Q. Vancouver, B. C., Miss Doris Skinner, 1555

13th Avenue, West. Colorado Springs, Colorado, Mrs. Gladys

Roberts, 915 North Hancock Avenue. Denver, Colorado, Dr. C. E. Meyer, 449 5 1 / 2

Perry Street. New Haven, Connecticut, Mrs. Elsa Isaacs,

1 04 Grand Avenue. Washington, D. C., Mr. George D. Miller,

1717 Kilbourne Place, N.W. Jacksonville, Florida, Miss Kathryn L. Ver-

non, 707 Post Street. Miami, Florida, Mrs. Margaret H. Atwater,

44 N. W. 10th Avenue. St. Augustine, Florida, Miss Mae Thitchener,

20 River Road.

Augusta, Georgia, Mrs. C. T. Sego, Brans- ford Road. Honolulu, Hawaii, Mrs. Elma Adolphson,

712 17th Avenue. Maui, Hawaii, Mrs. Mary T. Fantom,

Sprecklesville. Chicago, Illinois, Mrs. H. S. Walrath, 4639

Beacon Street. Evanston, Illinois, Mrs. Inez B. Ford, 2645

Girard Avenue.


Park Ridge, Illinois, Mrs. J. H. Redson, 612

So. Washington Street. Peoria, Illinois, Mrs. Marion Rhodes, 142

High Street, Apt. D. Rockford, Illinois, Dr. Edward L. Fernald,

607 Empire Building. Springfield, Illinois, Mrs. Anna K. Jurgens,

201 W. Calhoun Avenue. Urbana, Illinois, Mr. H. J. Snider, 506 W.

Penn. Avenue. Wilmette, Illinois, Mr. Carl A. Hannen, 536

Sheridan Road. Winnetka, Illinois, Mrs. Robert Carson,

1518 Asbury Avenue. Indianapolis, Indiana, Mrs. Lorraine Barlet,

3527 Evergreen Avenue. South Bend, Indiana, Mrs. Sarah M. Russell,

1031 Lincoln Way West. Eliot, Maine, Miss Louise N. Thompson. Baltimore, Maryland, Mrs. George Stallings,

23 S. Highland Avenue. Cabin John, Maryland, Mrs. Pauline A.

Hannen.

Boston, Mass., Mrs. E. M. Oglesby, 30 Hoi- yoke Street. Springfield, Mass., Mrs. Wendell E. Bacon,

Monson, Mass. Worcester, Mass., Miss Fanny M. Holmes,

103 Webster Street. Detroit, Michigan, Miss Jessie B. Hall, 49 E.

Willis Street. Flint, Michigan, Miss Elizabeth J. Phelps,

P. O. Box 355. Lansing, Michigan, Mr. George Angell,

R. F. D. 3, Box 540. Muskegon, Michigan, Mrs. Iva Smack, 132

Allen Avenue. Minneapolis, Minnesota, Mrs. Helen W.

Frink, 1216 Nicollet Avenue. St. Paul, Minnesota, Mr. Julian Abas, 235

Fuller Avenue. Kansas City, Missouri, Miss Opal Howell,

4527 Forest Avenue.


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The Baha'is of Daidanaw, Kalazoo, " 'Abdu'l-Baha's Village" in Burma.


  • Jersey City, New Jersey, Mr. Bernard B.

Gottlieb, 445 Mercer Street. Montclair, New Jersey, Miss Anna E. Van

Blarcum, 19 Walnut Crescent. Newark, New Jersey, Mrs. F. Clark, 2 1 Mil- ford Avenue. Teaneck, New Jersey, Mr. Archie G. Tich-

enor, 12 Valley Rd., Haworth, N. J. Binghamton, New York, Miss Roberta May- bin, 178 Court Street. Buffalo, New York, Mrs. Morris S. Bush, 406

West Utica Street. Geneva, New York, Mrs. Marguerite Firoozi,

22 DeLancy Drive. New York, N. Y., Miss B. L. Herklotz,

Room 615, 119 W. 5 7th Street. Rochester, New York, Miss Christine

McKay, 228 Castlebar Road. Yonkers, New York, Mrs. Lillian' Stoddard,

100 Saratoga Avenue. Cincinnati, Ohio, Miss Hilda Stauss, 3640

Epworth Ave., Westwood, Cincinnati, O. Cleveland, Ohio, Mrs, Dale S. Cole, 3174

Corydon Road. Columbus, Ohio, Mrs. Margarete Acebo,

R. F. D. 1, Reynoldsburg, Ohio.


Dayton, Ohio, Mrs. Helen McCoy, 24 Lex- ington Avenue.

Lima, Ohio, Mrs. Elma Miessler, 319 West- wood Drive. Toledo, Ohio, Miss Ruth E. Phillips, 2215

Scottwood Avenue. Portland, Oregon, Mr. J. W. Latimer, 1927

N.E. 40th Avenue. Philadelphia, Penna., Miss Jessie E. Re veil,

2531 North 19th Street. Pittsburgh, Penna., Mrs. Bishop Brown,

Ingomar, Pa. Nashville, Tennessee, Mrs. E. H. Peebles,

Nolensville, Tennessee. Monroe, Washington, Mrs. Levina Sprau,

P. O. Box 277. Spokane, Washington, Mrs. Isabelle M.

Campbell, 1427 S. Madison St. Seattle, Washington, Miss Doris Foye, P. O.

Box 228. Kenosha, Wisconsin, Mr. Louis J. Voelz,

6108 Sheridan Road. Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Mrs. Jeannette Clark,

1814A. North Oakland Ave. Racine, Wisconsin, Mr. Harold R. Olsen,

1332 Russet Street.


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BAHA'f GROUPS

CALIFORNIA Roseville, Mrs. Arthur Page, Box 500, East

Clearlake Highlands, Mrs. Flora M. Clark, Detroit.

Box 47.

Knightsen, Mrs. Helena R. Somerhalder. MINNESOTA

Long Beach, Mr. Clyde W. Tracy, 1324 Duluth > Mr - E - Bauers > " 4 Arlington Ave.

Florida St. NEBRASKA

Sacramento, Miss Elizabeth L. Duffy, 1514 Qm ^ ^ A , ma Sothman> 2QJ Keeline

12th St. Bu'ldine

Southgate, Mrs. Josephine F. Clark, 8180 S '

Dearborn. NEW HAMPSHIRE'

CONNECTICUT- Portsmouth, Mr. Louis Gregory.

Hartford, Mrs. H. P. Drew, 138 Bedford N EW J ERSEY

S tg Asbury Park, Miss Jane Durand, 1305 Com-

FLORIDA- stock St '

Orlando, Mrs. D. Tornstrom, Box 250, Pine XJ EW YORK

Castle - Capital District, Miss Zeah Holden, 48 Ter-

IDAHO race Ave *> Alban X-

Boise, Mrs. Ethel Thompson, R.F.D. Ithaca > Miss H ' B ' Townley, 24i Cayuga

No. 1. Street -

Jamestown, Mrs. Doris McKay, 833 Pender-

KANSAS gast Ave.

Topeka, Miss Ruth Ashworth, 2210 Laurel Syracuse, Dr. Mildred Blackmer, 501 Uni-

St. versity PI.

MASSACHUSETTS OKLAHOMA

Provincetown, Mrs. Ralph Harlow, Box 305. Oklahoma City, Mrs. Albert P. Entzminger,

423 N.E. Tenth St. MICHIGAN

Ann Arbor, Mrs. Wm. M. Parker, 1601 WISCONSIN

Pontiac St. Madison, Mrs. Joel Stebbins, Observatory

Fruitport, Mrs. Frazier, R.F.D. No. 1, Box Hill.

138. Green Bay, Mr. Leo Kundert, Box 894.

REGISTERED ISOLATED BELIEVERS

CALIFORNIA Covina, Miss Vera H. Graham, 543 5th St.

Alma, Miss Julia Culver, Chemeketa Park; El Monte, D. J. Adams, Jr., 625 McGirk

Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Ball, Chemeketa Park. Ave., R.F.D. No. 2.

Arroyo Grande, Dr. B. C. Smith, c/o E. R. Escondido, Mrs. Carl Steinhauser, R.F.D.

Rhyne, Star Route. No. 1, Box 54.

Burlingame, Mr. and Mrs. George Kuhlman, Exeter, Miss Myriam F. Partridge, 19 Clar-

33 Channing Road; Mrs. Charles Camp- ence St.

bell, 815 Fairfield St. Fort Bragg, Mrs. Anna H. E. Hale, Box 550.

Carmel, Mrs. John O'Shea, Box 166, R.F.D. Glen Ellen, Mrs. O. M. Small, Box 57.

No. 1. Healdsburg, Mrs. W. M. Stout, 427 Mathe-

Chula Vista, Miss Feme Adams, 773 2nd son St.; Miss Madeline Stout, 427 Mathe-

Ave. son St.

Claremont, Miss Charlotte Dakin, 405 Yale Hinkley, Miss Doris Goodrick, R.F.D. No. 1.

Ave. Hollywood, James Dodson, 1532 Las Palmas.


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Laguna Beach, Mrs. Grace Vollmer, P.O. Box 12.

Lakeport, Mrs. Clark Rood. **

Lindsay, Mrs. Mary Carr, R.F.D. No. 1, Box 109.

Manhattan Beach, Miss Sarah M. Smoot, Box 195, Hermosa Beach; Mrs. Lyda Conover, 216 Poinsettia Ave.

Mariposa, Mrs. Inglis J. Carre, General De- livery.

Minnelusa, Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Wells, Big Bear Lake.

Oakley, Mr. Max F. Schober, R.F.D. No. 1, Box 129.

Orleans, Mr. and Mrs. John L. Gibson, Gen- eral Delivery.

Pacific Beach, Miss Esther Davis, Box 29B.

Palo Alto, Mrs. Arthur L. Dahl, Jr., 524 Oberlin St.

Paradise, Mr. Robert L. Gulick, Sr.

Reprisa, Mrs. Barnet Huse.

Salinas, Mrs. F. Brubaker, 158 West Alisal.

San Bernardino, Miss Dagmar Dole, 540 19th St.

San Diego, Mrs. Catherine E. Hall, 4475 Thorn St.; Mr. Richard Alderson, 3552 31st St.; Miss Lillian Fenn, 2439 Third Ave.

Santa Clara, Mrs. John Honn, 1374 Idaho St.

Santa Maria, Mrs. S. D. Montgomery, 612 S. Lincoln St.

Santa Monica, Mrs. Clara C. Beal, 1222B 6th St.

Santa Paula, Mrs. C. E. Carpenter, 415 North 6th St.

Santa Rosa, Mrs. Hazel Tomlinson, 1035 Clark St.

St. Helena, Mrs. Emma H. Harmon.

Turlock, Mrs. Maude Fisher, 332 North Cen- ter St.

Visalia, Mrs. Daisy G. Frye, 240 N.E. Fourth Ave.; Miss Anne Holley, Green- acre Drive.

Whit tier, Miss Jane Coulter; Mrs. Ann Burch, 102 W. Broadway.

Woodlake, Mrs. Estelle Wacaser.

Yuba City, Mrs. Cordie C. Cline, 778 Olive St.; Miss Ada L. Chandon, 778 Olive St.

COLORADO

Cripple Creek, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis W. Frink, 2 Welty Block; Mrs. Gladys Frink, Gen- eral Delivery; Dr. John H. Austin.


CONNECTICUT

Danbury, Mr. Donald Kinney, R.F.D. #4. Greenwich, Miss Nellie Hope Lloyd, The Maples.

FLORIDA

Fernandina, Mr. J. Stone, Box 423; Mr. Gor- don Hall, 3 1 5 Calhoun St.

Lakeland, Mr. and Mrs. Byron S. Lane, 708 N. Iowa.

Miami, Mrs. Amelie Willard Bodmer, 3580 Royal Palm Ave., Coconut Grove; Mrs. Mae A. Fisher, 3580 Royal Palm Ave., Coconut Grove.

Okechobee, Mrs. A. J. Sanderfur.

Ruskin, Mrs. Cora L. Jones, Box 27.

Williston, Miss Josie Finson, Box 2.

GEORGIA

Atlanta, Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Couch, 669 Lee St.; Dr. J. C. Oakshette, Nassau Ho- tel, 162 Luckie St.

Savannah, Mrs. L. C. Haskell, 211 E. Vic- tory Dr.

IDAHO

Coeur d'Alene, Mr. J. F. Behrens, 2111 Sher- man Ave., R.F.D. #4.

Kooskia, Mr. George W. Stewart, R.F.D. 1, Box 22.

INDIANA

Fowler, Mrs. Dana Wells, 2nd St. Smithville, Mrs. R. W. Patrick. Winamac, Mr. Robert J. Sevier, R.F.D. $4.

ILLINOIS

Alton, Ida L. Dixon, 1229 Alby.

Elmhurst, Miss Mary Fisher, 300 North

York. Freeport, Dr. David and Misses Ella

and Lillian Bokof, 518 W. Galena Ave.;

Mrs. H. S. Brandt, 430 Nursery

Ave.

Magnolia, Mrs. Lucy B. Swindler, R.F.D. Mattoon, Miss Bertha B. Newby, 1618

Charleston. Moline, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Smith, 2417

16th Ave. Ottawa, Miss Frances A. Muffler, Ryburn

Memorial Hospital. Robinson, Miss Emma Borchardt, c/o O. T.

Bierson, Woodworth Blk.


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Quincy, Miss Helen Greeman, 1100 Payson

Ave. Serena, Mr. William E. Muffler, R.F.D. #1;

Mrs. Gertrude Muffler, R.F.D. #1. Wheaton, Mr. Glenn R. Ray, Box 352.

IOWA

Centerville, Mr. Frank Bibby, 808 Haynes Ave.

Correctionville, Mrs. Sophie L. Hayes, Box 307.

Des Moines, Miss Grace M. Decker, Cham- berlain Hotel.

KANSAS

Kansas City, Miss Beulah Magruder, c/o Bethany Hospital.

KENTUCKY

Cave City, Mr. Edward White.

Hopkinsville, Mrs. Nettie J. LaPrade, 1930

Oak St. Louisville, Mrs. Gertrude Christine, 507 W.

Hill St.; Mrs. Elizabeth J. Wheeler, 2014

Grinsted Ave. Mammoth Cave, Mr. Tom Martin.

LOUISIANA

Covington, Mrs. Marion M. Little, Box 61.

Norwood, Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Eden.

MAINE

Augusta, Mr. Thomas B. Guy, 317 Water St.

Gardiner, Mr. Fred L. Kelly.

North Fryeburg, Mrs. Rebecca Dixon, c/o Dr. Charles, R.F.D.

Lovell, Mrs. Everett Heald.

Portland, Mrs. Melissa J. Toms, 170 West- brook St.

West Boothbay Harbor, Rev. Willis A. Moore, D.D.

MARYLAND

Salisbury, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Hammond, c/o Mr. O. S. Winfree.

MASSACHUSETTS

Hampdon, Miss Mary Isham, R.F.D. #2.

Provincetown, Mrs. Harriet Seaver, "Nau- tilus"; Miss Louise Von Brockdorff, Brad- ford St., 50 A.

Salem, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Crowley, 18 Mt.


Vernon; Mrs. Annie B. Walker, 18 Mt. Vernon.

MICHIGAN

Bloomfield Hills, Mr. and Mrs. Dudley

Blakely, Cranbrook Institute of Science. Cheboygan, Mrs. Florence Bauer, 366 Young

St. Dexter, Mrs. Jean Hunter Thurber, 112

Ann Arbor St.

Edmore, Earl H. Kaley, R.F.D. #3. Greenville, Miss Alma E. Albertson, R.F.D.

  1. 2; Mr. John M. Irish, 422 W. Cass.

Idlewild, Mrs. Helen Zenobia Thompson,

Box 56. Kalamazoo, Miss Elizabeth Dickerman, 2026

S. Burdick; Mrs. Mary Dickerman, 2026

S. Burdick.

Lawrence, Mrs. John F. Hay, R.F.D. #2. Marysville, Mrs. Oscar Ketels, Box 843. Olivet, Mrs. J. E. Kirkpatrick. Pentwater, Mr. Clarence Wilder, R.F.D. #1;

Mr. and Mrs. De Witt Wickham, R.F.D.

  1. 1-

Port Huron, Miss Rosemarie Dollinger, 1002

Huron Ave. Wyoming Park, Mr. and Mrs. William Nel,

2446 Cherrywood Court.

MINNESOTA

Moorehead, Mrs. C. B. Hill, 119-8th St.,

South. Preston, Miss Frances Moore, 22Q l / 2 -lst

Ave., S.W.

MISSISSIPPI

Greenwood, Mrs. H. W. Bivins, 1000 Park- way.

MISSOURI

Jefferson, Bruce Beck, R.F.D. 1, Box 178.

St. Louis, Mr. Louis H. Hudson, 4628a Del- mar Ave.; Mr. Wm. C. Hudson, 2013 De Kalb St.; Miss Mary Wall, 4647 Mar- garetta St.; Mr. Frank Zykan, 1517a Picker St.; Madame Aurelia Bethlen, 4349 Olive St.

MONTANA

Butte, Mrs. Betty Nelson, 315 W. Granite; Mr. and Mrs. Matthew H. Caldwell, Box 1058; Miss Florence Hamm, 1117 N. Emmett St.


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Haugan, Dr. Grover Burnett.


NORTH DAKOTA


Helena, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Q. Adams, 221 Fargo, Miss Charlotte Marie Wright, Gen- Pine St.; Mrs. Chas. M. Bryan, 507-6th eral Delivery. St.

Winifred, Mr. John H. Wilcott.


NEBRASKA

Lincoln, Mrs. Eva M. Fulton, 1942 Euclid. Waterbury, Mrs. Henry Luehr, R.F.D. 1, Lenoir, Charles Thomas Graham, 2 1 5 North Box 43. Church Street.


NORTH CAROLINA Canton, Milton W. Zim. Charlotte, Mrs. Mary Ann Berry, 232 W. Tryon.


NEW HAMPSHIRE

Ashuelot, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram O. Bolton, Box 55.

Hinsdale, Mrs. Lorna L. Kendrick, North- field St.; Dr. Fred D. Kendrick, North- field St.; Mrs. Hazel Owen.

Pittsfield, Mrs. Harry Taylor.

NEW JERSEY

Atlantic City, Mrs. Sara Terry Taylor, 25 N.

Ohio Ave.; Mr. John H. Taylor, 25 N.

Ohio Ave.; Mr. Saul R. Bogatin, 15 North

Connecticut Ave.; Mrs. Eva Allen Batey,

23 North Ohio Ave. Marlton, Mrs. J. Margaret Aducat, R.F.D.

  1. 3.

Morristown, Mrs. Wm. H. Hoar, 26 Maple

Ave.; Miss Dorothy Hoar, 26 Maple Ave.;

Mrs. E. D. Houze, 142 Speedwell Ave. Trenton, Mr. J. Newell Ayres, 403 Em-

meline Ave., R.F.D. #5.

NEW MEXICO

Las Vegas, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Bressett,

Montezuma Route. Santa Rosa, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hutchins.

NEW YORK

Batavia, Mrs. M. R. Rodman, 24 Ross St.

Dunkirk, Miss C. H. Philippbaar, 727 Wash- ington Ave.

Larchmont, Mrs. J. E. Mills, 5 Highwood Way.

Lima, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Tola's, Lake Ave.

Little Falls, Harry E. Ford, Fairfield Road.

Malone, Kenneth Christian, 17 Jane Street.

Potsdam, Miss Gretchen Westervelt, U Garden Street.

Stratford, Mrs. Emily Gustin.

Utica, Mrs. A. E. Stewart, 1645 Kemble Street.


OHIO

Bethesda, Mrs. Cora M. Jenkins, Box 204.

Bexley, Miss Charlotte Lindenberg, 2512 Bryden Road; Mrs. Florence M. Reeb, 2512 Bryden Road; Mrs. Kenneth M, Jones, 3628 Washburn Ave., R.F.D.

  1. 5.

Bryan, Alice A, Motter, 603 South Beech St. Bucyrus, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Pettit, 412

River St. Circleville, Mrs. Maye Ruth Graham, 350 E.

Mound St. Eaton, Miss Alica M. Button, Vine and

Israel Sts.

Elba, Mrs. Nate D. Gill. % Fremont, Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Cooper, 1013

Croghan St. Loveland, Mr. Rudolph Stauss, R.F.D. #3.

OREGON

Rogue River, Mrs. C. A. Jensen, R.F.D. #1.

Talent, Mr. Walter Krug.

Timber, Mrs. Delia Mae Robertson.

PENNSYLVANIA

Easton, Mrs. Lauretta N. Moore, 117 So,

5th St.

Needmore, Mrs. Thelma Ranck. Warfordsburg, Mrs. Myrtle S. Ranck.

SOUTH DAKOTA

Watertown, Miss Agnes Leo, Box 14.

Yankton, Mrs. Marjory A, S. Wolfe, Box 76,

TENNESSEE

Memphis, Mrs. Thos. H. Watkins, 733 N. Bellevue.

TEXAS

Austin, Miss Anna Reinke, 4410 Ave. C. Corpus Christi, Mrs. Kathryn Frankland, c/o H. G. Sherman.


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Denton, Miss M. B. Herrick, 1513 No. Lo- WASHINGTON

cust St. Bellingham, Mrs. Elizabeth Rudisile, R.F.D.

Huston, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mowry, 112^ #3, Box 674.

Pineview Place. Bremerton, Mrs. Mary P. Remey, R.F.D. #2,

Lubbock, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Henninger, Box 470; Mrs. S. V. Corbit, R.F.D. #2,

21 11-1 8th St.; Mr. James Henninger, Box 416.


2111-18th St.


Chelan, Mrs. Charlotte C. Gillen; Mrs. June


Winter Haven, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie R. Haw- thorn.

VERMONT


Harris, Box 333.

Ferndale, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Swope. Olympia, Mr. Arthur M. Jones, 2422 Co-

lumbia St. Burlington, Mrs. Olga K. Mills, 83 Summit Omak, Mr. J. D. Hilts.

St. Steilacoom, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Layman,

Box 250.

VIRGINIA Tacoma, Mrs. Ida Finch, 709 South

Arlington, Mrs. Caroline E. Stewart, 4623 Grant.

N. Carlin, Spring Road; Mrs. J. E. Rice, 592 5 -14th St. North. WISCONSIN

Cartersville, Mrs. A. D. Taite, R.F.D. #2, Berlin, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Kraege, 1031

Box 39. Kossuth St.

Darlington Heights, Mrs. A. T. Johns. Greenbush, Mrs. James Parker Hall.

Grottoes, Mrs. John Minor Echols, R.F.D. Manitowoc, Miss Elcore Georgensen, 929

  1. 1, Box 49. North 14th.

Petersburg, Mrs. E. A. Fields, 208a Halifax

St. WYOMING

Richmond, Mrs. A. B. Cromwell, 15 Frank- Laramie, Mr. and Mrs. Raphael Lillywhite, lin St.; Mrs. E. Murray, 104/2 W. Grace. 508 Garfield St.


5 .

BAHA'I ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISIONS

IN IRAN


I. DISTRICT: TIHRAN

1. TIHRAN, 2. Hasanabad, 3. Chishmih- Shahi, 4. Ja'farabadj, 5. 'Aliyabad, 6. Isma'ilabad, 7. Sharif abad, 8. 'Abdu'llah- abad, 9. Maqsudabad, 10. Jalaliyyih, 11. Kamaliyyih, 12. QaPih-Nay, 13. Ha^rat- i-'AbduVAzim, 14. Khaniyabad, 15. Kabirabdd, 16. Diya'dbad, 17. 'Adlabad, 18. Muzaffariyyih, 19. Salur, 20. Chihar- Tdqi, 21. Vardmin, 22. Tajin (?), 23. Palasht, 24. Qulhak, 25. Tajrish, 26. Qai 'ih-Sa'jidatiyyih, 27. Kalak, 28. Garm- Darrih, 29. Ritfaabdd, 30. Qal'ih-Hasan- Khan, 31. Jawqin, 32. Fashandak, 33. Shahrak, 34. Awr*z*n, 35. Shafjakhdnaj, 36. Justan, 37. Karkabud, 38. Gatihdih, 39. Shahr-i-Qum.


II. DISTRICT: ABADIH

1. ABADIH, 2. Isfandabad, 3. Iqlid, 4. Idrisabad, 5. Bahman, 6. Bavanat, 7. Chinar, 8. Khurrami, 9. Dihbid, 10. Dirghuk, 11. ughad, 12. 'Aliyabad-i- Sufla, 13. Firaghih, 14. Kushkak, 15. NajafaWd-i-Sufla, 16. Himmatabad, 17. Vazirabad, 18. 'Abbdsabad-i-Bahman, 19. 'Abbdsabad-i-Haj-'AH-Khan, 20. Sivinj- i-Bavan^it, 21. Bazm-i-Bavanat, 22. Munj- i-Bavnat., 23. Mazayjan-i-Bavanat, 24. Suryan-i-Bavanat, 25. Surmaq, 26. Chir- i-Bav^nat, 27. Sarvistan-i-Bavandt, 28. Firuzi.

III. DISTRICT: KASHAN

1. KASHAN, 2. Amirdn, 3. Niish4bad, 4. Yazdil, 5. Masjikan, 6. Vddlqdn, 7. Na- raq, 8. Jdsb, 9. Jawshiqdn, 10. Qamsar,


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11. Mazgan, 12. Barzuk, 13. Abiynih, 14. Qazaan, 15. Rabat-i-Turk, 16. Aran, 17. Girugan-i-Jasb, 18. Mirq.

IV. DISTRICT: KIRMAN

1. KIRMAN, 2. Rafsinjan, 3. Bandar- 'Abbas, 4. Sirjan, 5. Bam, 6. Anar, 7. Ravar, 8. Khurramabad, 9. Zarand, 10. Chatrud, 11. Baghayn, 12. Rdbur, 13. Hutak, 14. Jibal-i-Bariz, 15. Jiruft, 16. Nuq, 17. Pariz, 18. Davaran, 19. Qanat- i-Ghassan, 20. Qaryatu'l-'Arab, 21. Kha- braqta, 22. Bandar-i-Langah, 23. Kuhan- ban, 24. Langar, 25. Hasanabad, 26. Hurmuzdabad, 27. Jupar, 28. Tuq, 29. Parin.

V. DISTRICT: QAZVIN AND ZANJAN

1. QAZVfN, 2. Qadimabad, 3. Amina- bad, 4. Nusratabad, 5. Muhammadabad,

6. Shahristan, 7. Gulkin, 8. 'Ali-Ri^a- abad, 9. Kulah-Darrih, 10. Ishtihard, 11. Sirus, 12. Rudbar, 13. Sarkhan, 14. Zan- jan.

VI. DISTRICT: ADHIRBAYJAN

1. TABRfZ, 2. Milan, 3. Usku, 4. Bavayl-i- 4 Ulya, 5. Bavayl-i-Sufla, 6. flkhi- chi, 7. Mamaqan, 8. Gavgan, 9. Dih- kharqan, 10. Shishavan, 11. 'Ajabshe'r,

12. Mihrabad, 13. Hirawabad, 14. Ru- vusht, 15. Munab, 16. Maraghih, 17. 'Alaviyan, 18. Khurmazad, 19. Aqjah- dizaj, 20. Malik-Kandi, 21. Qijilu, 22. Miyanduab, 23. Qurah-Chal, 24. Naw- ruzlu, 25. Savujbulagh, 26. Rida'iyyih, 27. Qahramanlii, 28. Shahpur, 29. Khuy, 30. Vishlaq, 31. Pirkandi, 32. Ivavuqli, 33. Julfa, 34. Marand, 35. Zunuz, 36. Kundulaj, 37. Yagan, 38. Khamnah, 39. Shabastar, 40. Saysan, 41. Matanaq, 42. Diznab, 43. Babakandi, 44. Miyanaj, 45. Sarab, 46. Qadijan, 47. Ardabil, 48. Hirawibad-i-Khalkhal, 49. Khujin, 50. Al-i-Hashim, 51. Ahar, 52. Haddadan, 53. Girdulqan, 54. Khanbaghi, 55. Qavshuq, 56. Qarah-Shiran.

VII. DISTRICT: YAZD

1. YAZD, 2. Ardakln, 3. Amirabad, 4. Husayn*b4d, 5. 'Izzabad, 6. 'Aliyabd,

7. Sharafabid, 8. Mihdiyabad-i-Rustdq, 9. 'Asrdbad, 10. Mariyamabdd, 11.


Kuchihbayk, 12. Khurramshah, 13. Mihdiyabdd-i-Humah, 14. Taft, 15. Nirsiyabdd, 16. Nasrbad-i-Pishkuh, 17. Khudabad-i-Pishkuh, 18. Manshad, 19. Hurmuzak, 20. Marvast, 21. Dahaj, 22. Qasimabad, 23. Maybud, 24. Hasanabad- i-Qutbabad, 25. Ahmadabad-i-Ardakn,

26. Sadrabad, 27. Ilihabad, 28. Nusrata- bad, 29. Mahmudabad, 30. Abrandabad,

31. Kasnaviyyih, 32. Na'imabad, 33. Rahmatabad, 34. Muhammadabad-i- Ch4hak, 35. Hasanabad-i-Humah, 36. Khavidak, 37. Fahraj, 38. Saryazd, 39. Mihriz, 40. Havazm, 41. Gavafshad, 42. Hanza', 43. Hidish, 44. Banadak-i-Sadat, 45. Khayrabad, 46. Mazra'ih-Sayd- Mirza, 47. Biyabanak, 48. Anarak, 49. Shahr-i-Babak, 50. Hirat, 51. Hirabar- jan, 52. Ahristan, 53, Mubarakah, 54. Farasha, 55. Shamsi, 56. Sanhivid, 57. Shuruk, 58. Chavurchiy-i-Shahr-i-Ba- bak, 5 9. Qanat-i-Nuh-i-Shahr-i-Babak, 60. Givar-i-Manshad, 61. Yajchdan-i-Bu- luk, 62. Bafru.

VIII. DISTRICT: ISFAHAN*

1. ISFAHAN, 2. Najafabad, 3. Ardistan, 4. Zavarih, 5. Burujin, 6. Qahfirukh, 7. Dastjird-i-Imamzadih, 8. Saman, 9. Dihaqan, 10. Jaz, 11. Dizaj, 12. Khulin- jan, 13. Isgandazi, 14. Afus, 15. Tiran, 16. Muhammadiyyih, 17. Kishih, 18. Rus- tam, 19. Musiyabad, 20. Mihdiyabad, 21. Kata, 22. Dihaq, 23. Kurd-i-Sufla, 24. Durchah, 25. Khurzuq, 26. Laftuvan,

27. Shaydan, 28. pal'ln-Shah, 29. Shah- rak, 30. Talkhunchih, 31. Damanu (?),

32. Varnamkhas, 33. Sidih-Linjan, 34. Baghbahaduran, 35. Chadigan, 36. Ad- jan, 37. Quchanak-Faridan, 38. Chay- gan, 39. Shahrida, 40. Na j in, 41. Cham- gawdan, 42. Riz, 43. Hamgin, 44. Shahr-i-Kurd, 45. Masinan, 46. Tiran-i- Gardan, 47. Maghdharan, 48. San'an, 49. Kamiram, 50. Tushiz, 51. Faradminih, 52. Jarquviyyih, 53. Sanadgan, 54. Dumanih, 55. Adirjan, 56. Surinjan, 57. Qadarkhan, 58. Vishigan, 59. Marasan, 60. Nikan.

IX. DISTRICT: PARS

1. SHfRAZ, 2. Nayriz, 3. Sarvistan, 4. Ddriyan, 5. Sa'di, 6. Qulat, 7. Zdkhirz,


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Miss Leonora Holsapple (upper left), the pioneer teacher of the Faith in Brazil, and Mrs. Nellie French, on the occasion of the latter's visit to South America, March, 1937. The children belong to Miss Holsapple*s class for the under-privileged.


8. Zarqan, 9. Kinarih-MarvdasJit, 10. 'Imadabad-i-Marvdasht, 11. Kusjiak-i- Marvdasjht, 12. Faruq, 13. Shamsabad-i- Burzu, 14. Fathabad, 15. Shamsabad-i- Takht, 16. Jahrum, 17. Bushihr, 18. Darab, 19. Kazirun, 20. Fassa (?), 21. Bayda, 22. Qasr-i-Marvdasjit, 23. Khayra- bad-i-Bayda, 24. Ibrahimabad-i-Bayda, 25. Qarih-Naw-i-Bayda, 26. Qasimabad- i-Bay^a, 27. Milyun.

X. DISTRICT: RAMADAN

1. HAMADAN, 2. Malayir, 3. Jurab, 4. Avarzaman, 5. Tiiysargan, 6. Nahavand,


7. Amzajird, 8. Bahar, 9. Lalijin, 10. Husaynabad, 11. Uqchulu, 12. Chu- puqlu, 13. Qurvah-Kurdistan, 14. Sari- Qamisji, 15. Mirzakandi, 16. Uchtappih, 17. Jamsjiidabad, 18. Uqbulaq, 19. Latga, 20. Qiziljahkand, 21. Qarahbulaq, 22. Khanbaghi, 23. Kajah-Gunbad, 24. fssibulaq, 25. Sirishabad, 26. Nadirshah, 27. Akinlu, 28. Pirtaj.

XL DISTRICT: QA'INAT

1. BiRJAND, 2. Kundur, 3. Isqarar, 4. Bidisag, 5. Nawfirist, 6. Sarchah, 7. Asiyaban, 8. Durukhsh, 9. Dastjird, 10.


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Samulabad, 11. Sud, 12. Nawkand, 13.

Khusf, 14. Tufab, 15. Khuvanyak, 16.

Sikan, 17. Qal'ih-Kuh, 18. Zirk, 19. Nuk, 20. Nawzad, 21. Khan.

XII. DISTRICT: 'IRAQ

1. 'IRAQ, 2. Sultanabad, 3. Khalajabad, 4. Gulpayigan, 5. Shahabad, 6. Mashhad, 7. Husaynabad, 8. Varqa, 9. Amirih.

XIII. DISTRICT: GILAN

1. RASHT, 2. Bandar-i-Pahlavi, 3. Ghaziyan, 4. Lahijan, 5. Langarud, 6. Rudsar, 7. Shahvar, 8. Diya'bar, 9. Siyahkal, 10. Sangar, 11. Rudbar, 12. Minjil.

XIV. DISTRICT: KHUZISTAN

1. AHVA2, 2. Shushtar, 3. Dizful, 4. Abadan, 5. Khurramshahr, 6. Qusvih (?), 7. Manyuhi, 8. Salihabad, 9. Masjid- i-Sulayman, 10. Haftgil, 11. Tuf- Chishmih, 12. Bahbahan, 13. Ramhur- muz, 14. Cham-Khalf-'fsa, 15. afaiy- yih, 16. Fayliyyih, 17. Chamtang, 18. Chihil-Masni, 19. Jabrabad, 20. Hindi- jan, 21. Kurrihpa, 22. Chamtangu, 23. Chamsha'ban.

XV. DISTRICT: KIRMANSHAH

1. KIRMANSHAH, 2. Khurramabad, 3. Burujird, 4. Sanandaj, 5. Sunqur, 6. Karand, 7. Shahabad, 8. Qasr, 9. Dinvar.

XVI. DISTRICT: KHURASAN

1. MASHHAD, 2. Sharif ^bad, 3. Sarakhs, 4. Kalat, 5. Bulan, 6. Chah- chaha, 7. Nasrabad-i-Jam, 8. Turbat-i- Jam, 9. Tayyibat, 10. Bakharz, 11. Husaynabad, 12. Quchan, 13. Bajgirn, 14. Shirvan, 15. Muhammadabad-i-Dari- gaz, 16. Lutfabad, 17. Bujnurd, 18. Jajarm, 19. Ruvin, 20. Isfara'in, 21. Qariyiy-i- Amand-Turkaman-Jahra, 2 2 . Shahr-i-Miravih, 23. Nishabiir (Rid- van), 24. Ma'muri, 25. Farrukh, 26.


Dastgird, 27. Ishaqabad, 28. RuMbad, 29. Sarvalayat, 30. Ma'dan, 31. Sabzavar, 32. Sudldiar, 33. Kushk-Bagh, 34. Rabat- i-Gaz, 35. Zarqan, 36. $afiyabad, 37. Ja'farabad, 38. Juvin, 39. Kuhmish, 40. Davarzan, 41. Turbat-i-Haydariyyih, 42. Pitraw, 43. Zavih, 44. Marghzar, 45. Dawlatabad, 46. Gulbu, 47. Rashtkhar, 48. Khurq, 49. Murtadaviyyih, 50. Dughabad (Furugh), 51. Hasanabad, 52. Mihnah, 53. Khayrabad, 54. Miyan- dihi, 55. Shamsabad, 56. 'AH, 57. Zahira- bad, 58. 'Abdu'labad, 59. AzghaAd, 60. Furshah, 61. Nay, 62. Yunis, 63. Hisar, 64. Namaq, 65. Katahtalkh, 66. Qara- chah, 67. Kashmar, 68. Maghan, 69. Khalilabad, 70. Shafi'abad, 71. Juymind, 72. Kdkhk, 73. Shahr-Gunabad, 74. Rawshanavand, 75. Firdaws, 76. Baghis- tan, 77. Bustaq, 78. Sihqal'ih, 79. Burun, 80. Gazin, 81. Sarayan, 82. Sarand, 83. Bijistan, 84. Bushruviyyih, 85. Khayru'l- Qura, 86. Tabas, 87. Baghdihak, 88. Zahidan, 89. Zabul, 90. Mirjavah, 91. Khash, 92. Saravan, 93. iranshahr.

XVII. DISTRICT: SANGSAR

1. SANGSAR, 2. Shahmirzad, 3. Shah- rud, 4. Aftar, 5. Simnan, 6. Damghan.

XVIIL DISTRICT: SARI

1. SARf, 2. Mahfuruzak, 3. Arata, 4. Chalih-Zamin, 5. Shahi, 6. Kafshgar- Kulah, 7. Amirih, 8. Rawshankuh, 9. fval, 10. Ashraf-Kuhban.

XIX. DISTRICT: BANDAR-I-GAZ

1. BANDAR-I-GAZ, 2. Bandar-i-Shah,

3. Gurgan, 4. Gunbad-Qabus, 5. Gum- ish-Tappih, 6. Dasht-i-Gurgan.

XX. DISTRICT: BABUL

1. BABUL, 2. 'Arabkhayl, 3. Bahnamir,

4. Daya'kala, 5. Bandar-i-Mashhadsar, 6. Bandar-i-Firaydun-Kinar, 7. Nur, 8. Takur, 9. Amul, 10. Kipurchal.


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ADDRESSES OF CENTRES OF BAHA'f

ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISIONS

OF IRAN, 1937-1938


10,


11,


12,


ADHIRBAYJAN, centre: Tabriz. Ad- dress: care Mr. Ahad, Salimi Brothers. Telegraphic address: care Ahmad-Pur Furutan, Tabriz.

ISFAHAN, centre: Isfahan. Address: care Payman Co. Telegraphic address: Rawhani, Payman Isfahan. ABADIH, centre: Abadih. Address: care Dr. M. Husayn Agah. Telegraphic address: care Dr. Agah, Abadih. BANDAR-I-JAZ, centre: Bandar-i-Jaz. Address: care Mr. 'Abbas Rawshan. Telegraphic address: care Muhammad Sangi, Bandar-i-Jaz.

BABUL, centre: Babul. Address: care Dr. F. Bassari. Telegraphic address: care Dr. Furugh, Babul. KHURASAN, centre: Mashhad. Address: care Mr. A. Sulaymani, Pahlavi Bank. Telegraphic address: care Sulaymani, Pahlavi Bank, Masjhhad. KHUZISTAN, centre: Ahvaz. Address: care Bastani Co. Telegraphic address: care Bastani, Ahvaz. ZAHIDAN, centre: Zahidan. Address: care Suhayli Bros. Co. Telegraphic ad- dress: care Suhayli, Zahidan. SANGSAR, centre: Sangsar. Address: care Mr. Ch. Tibyani. Telegraphic ad- dress: care Chiraghali Tibyani, Sangsar. SARI, centre: Sari. Address: care Mr. A. Bahruzi, Treasury Dept. Tele- graphic address: care Bahruzi, Treasury Dept., Sari.

TIHRAN, centre: Tihran. Address: care Mr. A. Furutan, Amiriyyih av., Mih- diyyih Str. 2002. Telegraphic address: Rawhani, Tihran. 'IRAQ, centre: 'Iraq. Address: Mr. F.


Darakhshan, Saray-i-Gulshan. Tele- graphic address: Rawhani, care Darakh- shan Gulshan, 'Iraq.

13. PARS, centre: Shiraz. Address: care Dr. Badri, Darius avenue. Telegraphic ad- dress: care Munajim, Shiraz.

14. QAYINAT, centre: Birjand. Address: Bazar-i-Ghulam-Husayn Sabiti. Tele- graphic address: care Bazari Sabiti, Bir- jand.

15. QAZVJ'N and ZANJAN, centre: Qazvin. Address: care Mr. As'adu'l-Hukama. Telegraphic address: care Asad, Qazvin.

16. KASHAN, centre: Kashan. Address: care Furughi & Sons Co. Telegraphic address: care Furughi, Kashan.

17. KIRMAN, centre: Kirman. Address: Mr. Shahriyar Aryani, Saray-i-Vakil. Telegraphic address: care Vakil, Aryani, Kirman.

18. KIRMANSHAH, centre: Kirmanshah. Ad- dress: care Dr. H. Muayyad. Tele- graphic address: care Dr. Muayyad, Kir- manshah.

19. GILAN, centre: Rasht. Address: care A. Samandari, Ittihadiyyih Pharmacy. Telegraphic address: care Samandari, Rasjht.

20. NAYRI'Z, centre: Nayriz. Address: care Mr. M. Izadi, Mahalliy-i-Pahlavi. Tel- egraphic address: care fzadi, Mahalliy-i- Pahlavi, Nayriz.

21. RAMADAN, centre: Hamadan. Address: care Mr. Ihsani, Saray-i-H&ji Safar Khan. Telegraphic address: care afar Ihsani, Hamadan.

22. YAZD, centre: Yazd. Address: care Payman Co. Telegraphic address: care Payman, Yazd.


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7.

ALPHABETICAL LIST OF B AH A 'U 'LL AH'S BEST-KNOWN WRITINGS


Alvah-i-Laylatu'1-Quds. Asl-i-Qullu'1-Khayr. Az-B*gh-i-flahi. Baz-Av-u-Bidih-Jami. Bishirat (Glad-Tidings). Chihar-Vadi (Four Valleys) . GhuUmu'J-Khuld. Haft-Vadi (Seven Valleys). Halih-Halih-Y*-Bisharat. Hur-i-'Ujab. Hunifat-i-'Allin. Ishraqat (Effulgences). Kalimat-i-Firdawsiyyih (Words of Para- dise).

Kalimat-i-Maknunih (Hidden Words). Kitab-i-'Ahd (Book of Covenant). Kitab-i-Aqdas (Most Holy Book). Kitab-i-Badi*.

Kitab-i-fqan (Book of Certitude) . Kitab-i-Sultan (Tablet to the Shah of Per- sia).

Lawh-i-' Abdu'l-'Aziz-Va-Vukala. Lawh-i-'Abdu'l-Vahhab. Lawh-i-'Abudu'r-Razzaq. Lawh-i-Ahbab.

Lawh-i- Ahmad (Tablet of Ahmad). Lawh-i-Amvaj. Lawh-i- Anta'1-Kafi . Lawh-i-Aqdas. Lawh-i-Ashraf. Lawh-i-'Ashiq-va-Ma'shuq. Lawh-i- Ayiy-i-Nur. Lawh-i-Baha. Lawh-i-Baqa.

Lawh-i-Basitatu'1-Haqiqih. Lawh-i-Bismilih. Lawh-i-Bulbulu'1-Firaq. Lawh-i-Burhan.

Lawh-i-Dunya (Tablet of the World). Lawh-i-Fitnih.

Lawh-i-Ghulamu'1-Khuld.

Lawh-i-Habib.

Lawh-i-Haft-Pursish.

Lawh-i-Iiaqq.

La wh-i-Ha wda j .

Lawh-i-Hikmat (Tablet of Wisdom).

Lawh-i-Hirtik.


Lawh-i-Husayn.

Lawh-i-Ibn-i-Dhi'b (Epistle to the Son of the Wolf).

Lawh-i-Ittihad.

Lawh-i-Jamal.

Lawh-i-Karim.

Lawh-i-Karmil.

Lawh-i-Kullu't-Ta'am.

Lawh-i-Malikih (Tablet to Queen Victoria).

Lawh-i-Malik-i-Rus (Tablet to the Czar of Russia).

Lawh-i-Mallahu'1-Quds (Tablet of the Holy Mariner) .

La wh-i-ManikcJai -Sahib.

Lawh-i-Maqsud.

Lawh-i-Maryam.

Lawh-i-Mawlud.

Lawh-i-MuMhilih.

Lawh-i-Nasir.

Lawh-i-Napulyun I (First Tablet to Napo- leon III).

Lawh-i-Napulyun II (Second Tablet to Na- poleon III). Lawh-i-Nuqtih.

Lawh-i-Pap (Tablet to the Pope). Lawh-i-Pisar-'Amm. Lawh-i-Qina*. Lawh-i-Quds. Lawh-i-Rafi'.

Lawh-i-Ra'is (Tablet to Ra'is). Lawh-i-Raqsha'. Lawh-i-Rasul. Lawh-i-Ruh. Lawh-i-Ru'ya. Lawh-i-Sahab. Lawh-i-Salman I. Lawh-i-Salman II. Lawh-i-Samsun. Lawh-i-Sayyah. Lawh-i-Shaykh-Fani . Lawh-i-Tawhid. Lawh-i-Tibb. Lawh-i-Tuqa. Lawh-i- Yusuf. Lawh-i-Zaynu'1-Muqarrabin. Lawh-i-Ziyarih. Madinatu'r-Rida. Madinatu't-Tawhid.


BAHA'i BIBLIOGRAPHY


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Mathnavi.

Munajathay-i-Siyam.

Qad-Ihtaraqa'1-Mukhlisun.

Qasidiy-i-Varqa'iyyih.

Rashh-i-'Ama.

RidvinuVAdl.

Ridvanu'l-Iqrar.

$ahifiy-i-Shattiyyih.

Salaf-i-Mayyit (Prayer for the Dead).

Saqi-Az-Ghayb-i-Baqa.

Shikkar-Shikan-Shavand.

Subhana-Rabbiya'1-A'la.

Subhanaka-Ya-Hu.

Suratu-'llah.

Suriy-i-Ahzan.

Suriy-i-Amin.

Suriy-i-Amr.

Suriy-i-A'rab.

Siiriy-i-Ashab.

Suriy-i-Asma'.

Suriy-i-Bayan.

Suriy-i-Burhan.

Suriy-i-Darnm.

Suriy-i-Dhahih.

Suriy-i-Dhibh.

Suriy-i-Dhikr.

Suriy-i-Fadl.

Suriy-i-Fath.

Suriy-i-Fu'ad.

Suriy-i-Ghusn (Tablet of the Branch).

Suriy-i-Hajj I.

Suriy-i-Hajj II.

Suriy-i-Haykal.


Suriy-i-Hifz.

Suriy-i-Hijr.

Suriy-i-'Ibad.

Suriy-i-Ism.

Suriy-i-Ismuna'1-Mursil.

Suriy-i-Javad.

Suriy-i-Khitab.

Suriy-i-Ma'ani.

Suriy-i-Man*.

Suriy-i-Muluk.

Suriy-i-Nida.

Suriy-i-Nush.

Suriy-i-Qadir.

Suriy-i-Qahiff.

Suriy-i-Qalam.

Suriy-i-Qamis.

Suriy-i-Sabr.

Suriy-i-Sultan.

Suriy-i-Vafa.

Suriy-i-Ziyarih.

Suriy-i-2ubur.

Suriy-i-Zuhur.

Tafsir-i-Hu.

Tafsir-i-Hurufat-i-Muqatta'ih.

Tafsir-i-Suriy-i-Va'sh-Shams.

Tajalliyat (Revelations).

Tarazat (Ornaments) .

Ziyarat-Namih (The Visiting Tablet).


Ziyarat-Namiy- Ziyarat-Namiy- Ziyarat-Namiy- Ziyarat-Namiy- Ziyarat-Namiy-


-Awliya.

-Babu'1-Bab va Quddus.

-Bayt.

-Maryam.

-Siyyidu'sh-Shuhada.


8 .


LIST OF THE BAB'S BEST-KNOWN WORKS


1. The Iranian Bayan.

2. The Arabic Bayan.

3. The Qayyumu'1-Asma'.

4. The Sahifatu'l-Haramayn.

5. The Dala'il-i-Sab f ih.

6. Commentary on the Surih of Kawthar.

7. Commentary on the Surih of Va'l-'Asr.

8. The Kitab-i-Asma'.

9. ahifiy-i-Makhdhumiyyih.

10. Sahifiy-i-Ja'fariyyih.

11. Ziyarat-i-Shah-'Abdu'l-'Azim.

12. Kitab-i-Panj-Sha'n.

13. ahifiy-i-Radav'yyih.

14. Risaliy-i-'Adliyyih.


15. Risaliy-i-Fiqhiyyih.

16. Risaliy-i-Dhahabiyyih.

17. Kitabu'r-Ruh.

18. Suriy-i-Tawhid.

19. Lawh-i-Hurufat.

20. Tafsir-i-Nubuvvat-i~Khassih.

21. Risaliy-i-Furu'-i-'Adliyyih.

22. Khasa'ly-i-Sab'ih.

23. Epistles to Muhammad Shah and Haji

Mirza Aqasi.

N. B. The Bb Himself states in one pas- sage of the Iranian Bayan that His writings comprise no less than 500,000 verses.


BAHA'I BIBLIOGRAPHY


1. Baha'i Publications of America.

(a) Books About the Baha'i Faith.

(b) Writings of the Bab.

(c) Writings of Baha'u'llah.

(d) Writings of 'Abdu'1-Baha.

(e) Writings of Shoghi Effendi.

(f) Prayers.

(g) Baha'i Literature in Pamphlet Form.

(h) Compilations.

(i) Outlines and Guides for Baha'i Study Classes.

2. Baha'i Publications of England.

3. Baha'i Publications in French.

4. Baha'i Publications in Italian.

5. Bahi'i Publications in Dutch.

6. Baha'i Publications in Danish.

7. Baha'i Publications in Swedish.

8. Baha'i Publications in Portuguese.

9. Baha'i Publications in Albanian.

10. Baha'i Publications in Esperanto.

11. Baha'i Publications in Russian.

12. Baha'i Publications in German.

13. Baha'i Publications in Bulgarian.

14. Baha'i Publications in Rumanian.

1 5. Baha'i Publications in Czech.

16. Baha'i Publications in Serbian.

17. Baha'i Publications in Hungarian.

18. Baha'i Publications in Greek.

19. Baha'i Publications in Maori.

20. Baha'i Publications in Spanish.


21. Baha'i Publications in Norwegian.

22. Baha'i Publications in Croatian.

23. Baha'i Publications in Icelandic.

24. Baha'i Publications in Oriental Lan- guages.

(a) Iranian.

(b) Urdu.

(c) Arabic.

(d) Turkish.

(e) Burmese.

(f) Chinese.

(g) Hebrew, (h) Tartar, (i) Gujrati. (j) Japanese, (k) Armenian. (1) Tamil, (m) Kurdish, (n) Sindhi. (o) Bengali, (p) Hindi.

(q) Abyssinian.

25. Baha'i Literature in Braille (for the Blind).

26. Baha'i Periodicals.

27. References to the Baha'i Faith in Books and Pamphlets by Non-Baha'i Authors.

28. References to the Baha'i Faith in Maga- zines by Non-Baha'i Writers.

29. References to the Baha'i Faith by Ba- ha'is in Non-Baha'i Publications.


1 .

The books and pamphlets in this section have been published under Babd'i auspices or approved by a recognized Bahd'i body.


BAHA'f PUBLICATIONS OF AMERICA

Published and Distributed by the Publishing Committee of the

National Spiritual Assembly, P. O. Box 148, Grand Central Annex, New York, N. Y.,

-with the exception of the older publications (marked by an asterisk *),

which are now out of print.


(a) BOOKS ABOUT THE BAHA'f FAITH

Babd'i Proofs, The, by Mirza Abu'1-Fa^l of

Gulpdyigdn. The best-known book of


this great Oriental scholar, philosopher and disciple of Baha'u'llah translated into English. It presents the truth of the Ba-


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ha'i Revelation from manifold points of view, and also contains a biographical out- line of the lives of the Bab, Baha'u'llah and 'Abdu'1-Baha. 288 pp. Crown 8vo., 4 }/2 x 6 1 /2. Bound in blue cloth.

Bahd'i Revelation, The, by Thornton Chase. This book contains a most excellent com- pilation of the teachings of Baha'u'llah, gathered from various translations and ar- ranged so as to be consecutive as to sub- jects. A clear account of the evolution of spiritual consciousness showing the one- ness of purpose of all the great religions of the world, and culminating today in the fulfillment of all the religions of the past. 182 pp. Crown 8vo., 5*4 x 8. Bound in green cloth.

Babd'i: Spirit of the Age, The, by Horace Holley. Presenting the Baha'i Movement and teachings as the synthesis of all mod- ern movements. 212 pp. Crown 8vo., 6x8. Bound in blue cloth.

Baha'i World, The (April 1926- April 1928). A biennial record giving a com- prehensive account of the activities of the Baha'i Cause throughout the world. Con- tains many interesting illustrations show- ing the universal growth of this move- ment. 304 pp. 7 x 10. Bound in blue cloth.

Baba'i World, The (April 192 8 -April 1930). The third volume in the biennial series of Baha'i records continuing recent historical developments of the Cause throughout the world. Besides the many excellent illustrations, this volume con- tains a reproduction of a hand-illuminated Tablet of Baha'u'llah in 'Abdu'1-Baha's handwriting. 378 pp., 7x10. Bound in red cloth.

Baba'i World, The (April 1930-April 1932). In addition to a comprehensive report of Baha'i activities during this two- year period, the fourth volume in this series of publications devotes generous space to the presentation of the World Order of Baha'u'llah through the present- day Administration of the Baha'i Faith. The frontispiece is a facsimile of apprecia- tion of the teachings written by the Dowager Queen Marie of Rumania. 548 pp., 7x10. Bound in blue cloth.

Babd'i World, The (April 1932-April


1934). This volume presents the further spread of the Baha'i Faith and establish- ment of the World Order of Baha'u'llah. The frontispiece, a photograph of Bahiyyih Khanum, and the loving tributes to her memory form a special feature of this vol- ume. 712 pp., 7 x 10. Bound in brown cloth.

Bahd'i World, The (April 1934-April 1936) . Volume VI records Baha'i activi- ties for the two years ending April 1, 1936. In addition to many beautiful il- lustrations, there are two frontispieces; one a photograph of 'Abdu'1-Bahd, sent from Haifa, especially for this volume, and the other a facsimile of a further ap- preciation of the teachings, written by the Dowager Queen Marie of Rumania. Two maps showing Baha'i Centers in fran and in the United States. 772 pp., 7 x 10. Bound in green cloth.

Bahd'i Year Book (April 1925-April 1926). Volume I, a record of current activities with articles on various Bahd'i institu- tions, newly translated teachings, photo- graphs, etc. Bound in green cloth. 174 pp., 7x10. For Volume II, see The Bahd'i World.

  • Bahd'ism the Modern Social Religion, by

Horace Holley. Mitchell Kennerley, New York, 1913.

Bahd'u'llab and the New Era, by J. E. Essle- mont. An authoritative and comprehen- sive survey of Baha'i history and the teachings as related to present religious, scientific and social conditions in Europe and America, with many quotations from the writings. New edition. 308 pp. Post 8vo., 5x7. Bound in green cloth. In paper,

Coming of the Glory, by Florence E. Pinchon. An interesting narrative giving the spirit and the principles of the Baha'i Movement. 144 pp., Post 8vo., 4J/2 x 6 l /2. Bound in blue cloth.

Dawn-Breakers, The. Nabil's Narrative of the Early Days of the Baha'i Revelation translated and edited by Shoghi EfFendi. 736 pp., 6 l / 2 x 9%. 200 pp. of illustra- tions. Reproductions of twenty tablets written by the Bab. Standard edition bound in green leather. Limited edition bound in morocco.


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Do'a: The Call to Prayer, by Ruth Ellis Moffett. A study of the mystical science of prayer and meditation, with a compila- tion of prayers chosen from a number of religions. 126 pp. Bound in paper.

  • Lessons on the Bahd'i Revelation, by W.

Hooper Harris.

  • Life and Teachings of 'Abbas Effendi, The,

by Myron H. Phelps. Published by Put- nam & Sons.

Life Eternal, compiled by Mary Rumsey Movius. Selections from the writings of Baha'u'llah and 'Abdu'1-Baha on immor- tality and the life of the soul. 178 pp. Bound in cloth.

My Pilgrimage to the Land of Desire, by Marie A. Watson. The story of Mrs. Watson's visit to Haifa in 1921, with an interesting account of her healing by 'Abdu'1-Baha. 24 pp., 6 x 9 l / 2 . Paper cover.

Mysticism and the Bahd'i Revelation, by Ruhi Afnan. An essay which analyzes in the light of the teachings of BahaVllah the mystical tradition of the soul's union with God: demonstrating that the Prophet or Manifestation is the intermediary be- tween God and man. 80 pp.

  • New Day, The, by Charles Mason Remey.

Baha'i Publishing Society. Chicago, 1919.

  • New Revelation: Its Marvelous Message,

The, by Nathan Ward Fitzgerald. Ta- coma, 1905.

  • Oriental Rose, The, by Mary Hanford Ford.

A vivid presentation of historical aspects of the Baha'i Movement. 214 pp. Post 8vo., 5 l /2 x 7%. Bound in blue cloth.

  • Peace of the World, The, by Charles Mason

Remey. Baha'i Publishing Society, Chi- cago, 1919.

Portals to Freedom, by Howard Colby Ives. The author recounts personal experiences in meeting 'Abdu'1-Baha during 1912 and describes the spiritual power released through the Baha'i Faith for the develop- ment of human personality in this age. Illustrated with photographs. 256 pp. Bound in cloth.

Promise of All Ages, The, by Christophil. An important contribution to the litera- ture expounding the significance of the Baha'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 Baha'u'llah. Originally published in London, England. American edition, 254 pp. Bound in cloth.

Religions of the Empire. Edited by W. Lof- tus Hare. (Published by Duckworth, London.) The addresses delivered by rep- resentatives of the several religions invited to participate in the conference on Some Living Religions within the British Em- pire held at the Imperial Institute, London, England, from September 22 to October 3, 1924. Includes the two papers read on the Baha'i Cause. Bound in red cloth. 519 pp. Royal 8vo., 6 l / 2 x 9%.

Security for a Failing World, by Stanwood Cobb. A careful and scholarly diagnosis of the social problems of modern civilization, with an exposition of the spiritual educa- tion afforded by the Baha'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, 1915.

Traveller's Narrative, A, translated into English by Edward *G. Browne, M.A., M.B. Written to illustrate the Episode of the Bab. 448 pp. New edition from orig- inal plates in the possession of Cambridge University Press. Bound in blue cloth.

  • Truth of It, The, by Arthur Pillsbury

Dodge. Mutual Publishing Company, New York, 1901.

Unity Tr'mmphant, by Elizabeth Herrick. The Revelation of Baha'u'llah as the ful- fillment of Christianity, with extensive quotations and bibliography. 226 pp. Royal 8vo., 6J/2 x 9. Bound in red cloth.

Universal Religion, The, by Hippolyte Drey- fus. An introductory work on the Baha'i Cause by a French Orientalist, who has translated many of the writings of Baha'- u'llah. 176 pp. Crown 8vo., 5/2 x 8. Bound in black cloth.

Whence Comes the Light? by Loulie A. Mathews. The author gives a clear under- standing in this brief outline of the ap- proach to the Baha'i Cause and the noble grandeur of its founders. The quotations from Baha'i writings throw light upon every phase of life. 84 pp., 5x6. Bound in paper.


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A World Faith. Studies in the Teachings of Baha'u'llah developed by ten different contributors to a symposium published in World Order Magazine. 68 pp. Paper covers.

(b) WRITINGS OF THE BAB

The Bab's Address to the Letters of the Liv- ing. These sublime words are reproduced in pamphlet form from a hand-lettered copy of pp. 92-94 of The Dawn-Breakers. 12 pp. (See Baha'i Literature in French.)

(c) WRITINGS OF BAHA'U'LLAH

Baha'i Script tires. Compiled by Horace Hol- ley, Brentano's, New York, 1923. Baha'i Publishing Committee, New York, 1929.

Book, of Certitude, The (Kitab-i-fqan), re- vealed by Baha'u'llah. Translated by Shoghi Effendi. Baha'i Publishing Com- mittee, 1931. This work reveals the one- ness of all the Prophets and their signifi- cance as the expression of the Will of God. 5% x 8%. Bound in blue cloth.

Epistle to the Son of the Wolf, translated by Julie Chanler. A work written by Baha'- u'llah 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 Baha'u'llah had revealed in earlier works. 140 pp. Royal 8vo., 6 Y 4 x 9 l / 4 . Bound in blue cloth and white parchment.

Gleanings from the Writings of Baha'u'llah, translated by Shoghi Effendi. This work consists of selections from Tablets. 354 pp. Bound in dark blue fabrikoid; also in dark blue cloth.

Hidden Words, translated by Shoghi Effendi. The essence of the teachings of all the Prophets. 54 pp., 16mo., 14% x 16%. Three editions: black leather, blue cloth, and paper cover.

Works of Baha'u'llah, ed. A. H. Tumansky, St. Petersburg, 1892.

Kitdb-i-Aqdas, ed. A. H. Tumansky, Me- moires de 1' Academic Imperiale de St. Petersburg 1899 VIII serie vol. Ill, No. 6.

Prayers and Meditations by Baha'u'llah. Translated by Shoghi Effendi. This su- preme book of devotions is issued in the same style as the Gleanings. 348 pp. Bound in fabrikoid.


  • Seven Valleys. Translated by 'Ali-Kuli-

Khan. Baha'i Publishing Society, Chicago.

The Seven Valleys and The Four Valleys. Two treatises revealed by Baha'u'llah on the nature of spiritual evolution. Trans- lated by Ali-Kuli Khan, N.D. 60 pp. Bound in fabrikoid. Also in paper.

  • Source of Spiritual Qualities, The. Four

page leaflet. Baha'i Publishing Commit- tee, 1924.

  • Suratu'l-Haykal. Translated from the

Arabic by Antun-Haddad. Baha'i Pub- lishing Society, Chicago, 1900.

Tablets of Baha'u'llah (Tarazat, The Tablet of the World, Kalimat, Tajalliyat, Bisha- rat, Ishraqat), social and spiritual princi- ples of the new age. 138 pp., 6% x 10 Bound in blue cloth.

Tablets of Baha'u'llah and 'Abdu'l-Bahd to the Greatest Holy Leaf.

Three Obligatory Daily Prayers. Translated by Shoghi Effendi. 14 pp. Paper cover.

Three Tablets of Baha'u'llah (Tablet of the Branch, Kitab-i-'Ahd, Lawh-i-Aqdas) , the appointment of 'Abdu'1-Baha as the interpreter of the teachings of Baha'u'llah, the Testament of Baha'u'llah, and His message to the Christians. 168 pp. Post 8vo., 5% x 7 J/2. Bound in paper.

(d) WRITINGS OF 'ABDU'L-BAHA

  • ' Abdu'l-Bahd on Divine Philosophy (com-

piled by Isabel F. Chamberlain). Tudor Press, Boston, 1916.

4 Abdu'l-Bahd in London, edited by Eric Hammond. A record of public and pri- vate addresses delivered in 1911. 134 pp. Post 8vo., 5x7%. Paper binding.

Abdu'l-Bahd in New York. Baha'i Assem- bly, New York, 1922. A new edition containing selected addresses delivered at Columbia University and various churches and at public meetings by 'Abdu'1-Baha while in New York. Also Tablets written to the New York Spiritual Assembly by 'Abdu'1-Baha. Bound in sapphire blue paper 4% x 6%.

America's Spiritual Mission. Teaching Tab- lets revealed to American Baha'is by 'Abd- u'l-Baha during 1916-1917. 54 pp. Self cover.

Bahd'i Peace Program, The. A compilation containing a letter from 'Abdu'l-Bahd per-


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taining to a plan of peace and a letter to Dr. Forel entitled "God and His Uni- verse," a scientific statement of the laws governing the world and showing the necessity of absolute harmony in the re- lations of all mankind united under one spiritual law. Bound in blue leather with gold stamping. Also bound in green paper with dark green stamping.

Bahd'i Scriptures, Compiled by Horace Hol- ley, Brentano's, New York, 1923. Baha'i Publishing Committee, New York, 1929.

^Definition of Love, by 'Abdu'1-Baha. Re- ceived at New York, December 7, 1902.

Divine Secret for Human Civilization, by Josephine D. Storey. A charmingly bound book, compiled from the words of 'Abd- u'l-Baha, showing the relation of the Twelve Basic Principles of the Baha'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.

Foundations of World Unity y The. Selected addresses delivered by 'Abdu'1-Baha at Universities, Churches, Synagogues, Peace Societies and similar public meetings dur- ing His journey through America in 1912. 112 pp. Royal 8vo., 6 x 9. Paper covers.

^Letter from St. Jean D'Acre, A, The Unity Press, 1906.

^Letter of Love" from 'Abdu'l-Bahd 'Ab- bas to the Beloved in America. Baha'i Publishing Society, 1902.

  • Letter and Tablet to the Central Organiza-

tion for a Durable Peace: The Hague. Baha'i Publishing Society, Chicago, 1920.

  • Let ten to the friends in Persia. Baha'i

Publishing Society, Chicago, January 21, 1906.

Mysterious Forces of Civilization. A work addressed to the people of fran nearly forty years ago to show the way to true progress. 1 3 2 pp. Royal 8 vo., 6 % * 9 1 / 2 . Bound in black cloth.

^Prayers and Tablets. 1906. promulgation of Universal Peace, edited by Howard MacNutt. Public addresses de- livered throughout the United States and Canada in 1912. This work contains ' Abdu'1-Baha '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., 6 l / 2 x 9%. Bound in black cloth in two volumes.

Reality of Man, The. A compilation from the words of 'Abdu'1-Bahd explaining the relations of mind, soul and spirit. Com- piled by Horace Hoi ley. Bound in dark red paper. Size 4 l /2 x 6%.

  • Reality of Religion Tablet of 'Abdu'l-

Bahd, The. Four-page leaflet. Baha'i Publishing Committee, 1924.

Some Answered Questions, edited by Laura Clifford Barney. An expression of funda- mental spiritual and philosophic problems. 350 pp. Royal 8vo., 6 l / 2 x 9 l / 4 . Bound in black cloth.

  • T 'ablet on Universal Peace, a letter written

by 'Abdu'1-Baha in 1919 to the Central Organization for a Durable Peace.

  • T ablet to the Beloved of God in America.

Translated by 'Ali-Kuli-Khan. Cam- bridge, Mass., January 3, 1906.

  • Tablet to the Beloved of God of the Occi-

dent. Translated by Ahmad Isfahani (Ahmad Sohrab), Washington, D. C., September 8, 1906.

Tablets by 'Abdu'l-Bahd 'Abbas to the House of Justice of Chicago, to the Ladies 9 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.

  • T ablets to the East and West. Translated

by Ahmad Isfah4ni (Ahmad Sohrab). The Baha'i Assembly of Washington, D. C, 1908.

}{ 'Tablets Containing Instructions. Trans- lated by M. A. E. Washington, D. C., August 29, 1906.

  • T ablets Containing General Instructions.

Translated by Ahmad Isfahini (Ahmad Sohrab). The Baha'i Association of Washington, D. C, 1907.

  • T ablets to Japan. Compiled by Agnes

Alexander. New York, 1928.

  • T ablets to Some American Believers in the

Year 1900. The Board of Council, New York, 1901.

  • Tablets from 'Abdu'l-Babd ' Abba's to E. E.


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Wrestling Brewster. Baha'i Publishing

Society, 1902. The Garden of the Heart. A compilation of

passages on nature from Baha'i Sacred

Writings and from the Bible, selected by

Frances Esty. Bound in colored linen.

  • -Unveiling of the Divine Plan. Translated

by Ahmad Sohrab. Tudor Press, Boston,

1919.

  • Utterances of Two Young Men. Board of

Council, New York, 1901.

  • Visit ing Tablets for Martyrs Who Suffered

in Persia. Translated by 'Ali-Kuli Khan. Baha'i Board of Council, New York, 1901.

  • Will and Testament of 'Abdu'l-Bahd, The.

National Spiritual Assembly, 1925.

Will and Testament of 'Abdu'l-Bahd. Se- lected passages which constitute the Ad- ministrative Order of the Baha'i Faith, the establishment of the Guardianship, the in- terpretation of the institutions of local, national and international Houses of Jus- tice. These excerpts are accompanied by passages from the Writings of the Bab and Baha'u'llah which reveal the continuity of the Faith, and by passages from the com- munications of Shoghi Effendi explaining the significance of the Will and Testament itself. A pamphlet, uniform in size and appearance with the series of World Order letters of Shoghi Effendi,

Wisdom of 'Abdu'l-Bahd. Edited by Lady Blomfield. Previously published under the title of Paris Talks, a brief but compre- hensive presentation of His Message. 172 pp. Post 8vo., 5 x 7 J/2, paper covers. Bound in green cloth.

  • Wisdom Talks of 'Abdu'l-Babd. Chicago.

Baha'i News Service.

'Woman's Great Station. An address given in New York in 1912.

(e) WRITINGS OF SHOGHI EFFENDI

  • Babd't Administration. A work compiled

by the National Spiritual Assembly to present the original sources of instruction on the duties and responsibilities of be- lievers, in their relations to the local, national and international bodies of the Cause. Part One, Excerpts from the Will and Testament of 'Abdu'1-Bahd; 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. 155 pp. Royal 8vo., 6 x 9%. Bound in blue cloth. Baha'i Publishing Committee, New York, 1928.

  • Bahd'i Administration. The letters written

by Shoghi Effendi to the American Baha'i community, from January, 1922, to July, 1932, in his capacity of Guardian of the Baha'i Cause, to encourage, guide and in- struct the believers in carrying out the provisions of the Will and Testament of 'Abdu'1-Baha concerning the organic de- velopment of the Baha'i community. This volume constitutes the authoritative in- terpretation of that Will and of Baha'u- 'llah's teachings on the subject of the prin- ciples determining the character of the Faith as an evolving religious society. These letters, which define the institutions of local, national and international Baha'i administrative bodies forming the nucleus of the new world order of Baha'u'llah, in- clude communications explaining the new world order and clarifying the problems of the post-war years. The volume also con- tains excerpts from 'Abdu'l-Baha's Will, and an Appendix consisting of the Decla- ration of Trust and By-Laws of the Na- tional Spiritual Assembly, and By-Laws for local Spiritual Assemblies. 286 pp. Bound in cloth.

Letters from Shoghi Effendi, selections from letters written by the grandson of 'Abdu'1-Baha, appointed Guardian of the Cause by Him, regarding details of ad- ministering the affairs of the Movement. (The complete letters are included in Bahd'i Administration.) Baha'i Publish- ing Committee. New York, March, 1929.

World Order of Babd'u'lldb, The. A supple- ment to the volume Bahd't Administra- tion. Baha'i Publishing Committee. New York, March, 1929.

World Order of Bahd'u'lldb, The: Further Considerations. A supplement to the vol- ume Babd'j Administration. Baha'i Pub- lishing Committee. New York, 1930.

The Goal of a New World Order. In this communication (dated November 28,





The first group of pilgrims traveling by air to* Iran via Baghdad in the spring of i938. Taken at the Haifa Aerodrome with members of the Baha'i Community. The trip from Tihran to 'Akka which took four months in the days of BahaVllah is now accomplished

in seven hours' flying time.


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1931) the Guardian analyzes the existing international political, economic and so- cial problems, points to the signs of im- pending chaos, and emphasizes the guiding principles gi world order established by Baha'u'llah. The goal of world federation is upheld, and 'Abdu'l-Baha's prophecy of the failure of the present civilization is called to the attention of Baha'is. (Re- printed from Bahd'i Administration.) 32 pp. Paper covers.

The Golden Age of the Cause of Babd'u'lldh. The Guardian's letter (dated March 21,

1932) referring to the spiritual impor- tance of America in the new world order, the progressive character of divine Revela- tion, the station of the Bab, the release of spiritual forces for human regenera- tion, and the non-political character of the Baha'i Faith. (Reprinted from Ba- hd'i Administration.) 24 pp. Paper covers.

America and the Most Great Peace. A letter addressed to American Baha'is, dated April 21, 1933 (not included in the present edi- tion of Bahd'i Administration). This communication summarizes the forty years of American Baha'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 Bahd'u'lldh. A letter addressed to the Baha'is of the West, dated February 7, 1934 (not included in the present edition of Bahd'i Administration) . In this letter the Guardian of the Baha'i Faith clarifies, with numerous quotations from Baha'i sacred writings, the spiritual station and mission of Baha'u'llah, the Bab, 'Abdu'1-Baha, and the nature of the World Order which Baha'u'llah established. In this statement, prepared by the one au- thorized in 'Abdu'l-Baha's Will and Testa- ment to be the sole interpreter of Baha'i writings, students of the Cause possess the first complete and authentic outline and summary of the Baha'i Faith in its devel- opment from the Announcement of the Bab in 1844 to the Administrative Order defined by 'Abdu'1-Baha for the era fol- lowing 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 Religion. A brief outline of the

aims, teachings and history of the Baha'i

Faith.

(f) PRAYERS

  • Bahd'i Prayers. The Bab, Baha'u'llah and

'Abdu'1-Baha. 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'lldh and 'Abdu'l-

Bahd. 16 pp., 3 /2 x 5. Gray paper cover.

  • Prayers, Tablets, Instructions, etc., gath-

ered by American visitors in 'Akka, 1900.

  • Prayers Revealed by Babd'u'lldb. Con-

taining also prayers revealed by 'Abd- u'l-Baha. 108 pp., 3 x 5/2- Black paper cover.

Bahd'i Prayers. Prayers revealed by Baha'- u'llah and 'Abdu'1-Baha. 34 pp. Paper covers.

(g) BAHA'i LITERATURE IN PAMPHLET FORM

'Abdu'l-Babd's First Days in America, inti- mate and beautiful glimpses of the Master, from the diary of Juliet Thompson. 40 pp. Printed by The Roycrofters. Paper cover.

'Addresses, by ]indb-i-Fddil. Booklets. 5 Nos. Translated by Ahmad Sohrab. Seattle, 1921.

  • Addresses delivered before the New York

and Chicago Assemblies, by 'Abdu'l- Karim Effendi. Translated by Ahmad Sohrab. Persian-American Publishing Co., Los Angeles, 1924.

  • 'Akkd Lights, by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H.

Hannen.

Bahd'i Benediction, The. Music and words by Louise R. Waite.

  • Bahd'j Calendar for 1932. Consisting of

twelve sheets of colored cardboard stock, one for each month, with Baha'i dates, feasts, anniversaries and quotations in ad-


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dition to the monthly calendar. Compiled and arranged by Doris Holley. 9x12.

  • Bahd'i Census. United States Govern-

ment pamphlet showing the registration of the Baha'is as an organized religious body.

  • Bahd'i Faith, The, by a Methodist Layman,

questions and answers suggested by per- sonal experience.

Baha'i faith, The, by Horace Holley. An explanation of the nature of the world- wide Baha'i community.

The Bahd'i House of Worship. A brief description of the Baha'i Temple at Wilmette, Illinois, quoting words of 'Abdu'1-Baha on the spiritual significance of Baha'i Houses of Worship, with an outline of Baha'i history and 'Abdu'l- Baha's summary of Baha'i teachings. Illustrated. 8 pp.

  • Bahd'i Hymnal, words and music by Louise

R. Waite. Paper.

  • Bahd'i Indexes, by Charles Mason Remey.

Newport, R. I., 1923.

  • Bahd'i Manuscripts, by Charles Mason Re-

mey. Newport, R. I., 1923.

  • Bahd'i Martyrdoms in Persia in the Year

1903 A. D., by Haji Mirza Haydar-'Ali. Translated by Yu'nis Khan. Baha'i Pub- lishing Society, Chicago, 1907.

  • Bahd'i Movement, The. Articles originally

published in Vedic Magazine of Lahore. J. L. Zuahlen, Vesey, 1916.

  • Bahd'i Movement, The: Its Spiritual Dy-

namic, by Albert Vail, reprint of a maga- zine article.

Bahd'i Movement, The. A pamphlet outlin- ing the history and aims of the Cause, with a statement on Baha'i Administra- tion and many quotations from the Writ- ings.

  • Bahd'i Movement in Its Social Economic

Aspect, The, by Helen Campbell. Baha'i Publishing Society, Chicago, 1915.

  • Bahd'i Movement, The, by Charles Mason

Remey. Washington, D. C., 1912.

  • Bahd'i Persecutions in Persia, reprint of let-

ter written to the Shah of Persia, Rida Shah Pahlavi, July, 1926, by the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahd'is of the United States and Canada. Bahd'i Procedure. Compiled by the National Spiritual Assembly. A compilation and


codification of secondary administrative material. 80 loose leaf sheets.

  • Bahd'i Religion, The, a reprint of the two

Baha'i papers presented at the Conference on Some Living Religions within the Brit- ish Empire. Paper, 24 pp.

  • Bahd'i Revelation, The, by Thornton Chase.

Baha'i Publishing Society, Chicago, 1909.

  • Babd'i Revelation and Reconstruction, The,

by Charles Mason Remey. Baha'i Pub- lishing Society, Chicago, 1919.

  • Bahd'i Teachings, by Charles Mason Remey.

(Seven bound pamphlets.) Washington, D. C, 1917.

  • Bahd'u'lldh and His Message, by J. E. Essle-

mont, briefly outlining t^ie spiritual mes- sage of the New Day.

  • Be fore Abraham Was 1 Am, by Thornton

Chase, an explanation of the Station of the Prophet.

  • Bird's Eye View of the World in the Year

2000, a reprint of article by Orrol Harper in The Bahd'i Magazine.

  • Brief Account of My Visit to 'Akkd, A,

by Mary L. Lucas. Baha'i Publishing So- ciety, Chicago, 1905.*

  • Brilliant Proof, The, by Mirza Abu'1-Fadl

of Gulpayigan, a refutation of an attack on the Cause by a Protestant missionary. Contains both English and Iranian text.

  • Call of God, The, by George La timer, the

significance of the return of the Messen- ger.

  • Chapter on Strikes, a supplement to "Some

Answered Questions."

  • Compilation, No. 9, available in: English,

Esperanto, French, German, Italian, Span- ish, Chinese, Hungarian, Yiddish. { Constructive Principles of the Bahd'i Movement, by Charles Mason Remey. Baha'i Publishing Society, Chicago, 1917.

  • Daily Lessons Received at 'Akkd 1908, by

Helen S. Goodall and Ella G. Cooper. Baha'i Publishing Society, Chicago, 1908.

  • Dawn of Knowledge and the Most Great

Peace, by Paul Kingston Dealy. The Ba- ha'i Cause and ancient prophecy.

Declaration of Trust, and By-Laws of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Ba- hd'is of the United States and Canada, with amendments adopted to April 1, 1933. The legal instrument defining the nature and functions of the institutions


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existing in the American Baha'i commu- nity, with the By-Laws approved for use by Local Spiritual Assemblies. (Reprinted from Babd'i Administration.) 24 pp., 6x9. Paper covers.

  • Divine Revelation, the Basis of Civilization,

by Antun Haddad. Board of Council, New York, 1902.

  • Early Pilgrimage, An, 1898, by May Max-

well. Baha'i Publishing Society, Chicago, 1917.

Economics as Social Creation, by Horace Holley. 32 pp.

  • Episodes in My Life, by Munirih Khanum.

Translated by Ahmad Sohrab. Persian- American Publishing Co., Los Angeles, 1924. First Obligation, The, by Lady Blomfield.

  • Flowers Culled from the Rose Garden of

6 Akkd by Three Pilgrims in 1908.

  • From the World's Greatest Prisoner to His

Prison Friends, by Israel Fraser-Chamber- lain. Tudor Press, Boston, 1916.

' f God and His Manifestations (compiled by Mrs. J. W. Gift), an outline for the study of such Baha'i topics as the need of a Manifestation, the signs of His appearance, His influence upon civilization, the proofs of His cause, etc. Paper covers.

  • Green Acre, a reprint of articles published

in The Babd't Magazine.

  • Heavenly Feast, A, by Charles and Mariam

Haney.

  • Heavenly Vista, A, by Louis G. Gregory.

Homoculture, by Stanwood Cobb.

Index to Babd't News. A key to the con- tents of Bahd'i News from December, 1924, to November, 1933: No. 1 to No. 79. Paper cover, mimeographed, 58 pp.

Index to Babd't News. A key to the con- tents of Bahd'i News from i934 to 1936: No. 80 to No. 104. Paper cover, mimeo- graphed, 25 pp.

  • In Spirit and in Truth, by A. S. Agnew.
  • Knock and It Shall Be Opened Unto You,

by Roy and M. J. M.

  • In Memoriam (Miss Lillian F. Kappers and

Dr. Sarah Clock) , by Dr. Susan I. Moody, Union Press, Camp Karachi.

  • In Galilee, by Thornton Chase. An inter-

esting account of a visit to Haifa in 1907.

  • Knowing God Through Love, by Abu'l-


l. Farewell address. Baha'i Assembly, Washington.

  • Lectures by Jindb-i-Fddil, a series of lec-

tures by a scholar appointed by 'Abdu'l- Bah to teach the principles of the Baha'i Cause in America. Vols. 2, 3, 4, and 5 only.

Lessons in Religion, by Shaykh Muhammad- 'Ali Qa'ini, prepared especially for chil- dren. Translated by Edith Ruhiyyih Sanderson.

Letter from Honolulu, by Charles Mason Remey. Privately printed. Feb. 17, 1917.

  • Letter written on behalf of the "friends"

of Isfahan, Persia, to the American Be- lievers, by Mirza 'Abdu'l-Husayn. >>f Light of the World, by a group of Pilgrims. The Tudor Press, Boston, 1920.

  • Mart mists' Report, by M. Gabriel Sasi. An

address concerning the Baha'i Religion de- livered at the Paris Exposition of 1900.

  • Martyrdoms in Persia in 1905, by Haji

Mirza Haydar-'Ali, relating the circum- stances in which seventy Persian Baha'is were martyred.

  • Map Showing Travels of the Bab and

Babd'u'lldh. Drawn by J. F. Clevenger, 1927, ll/zxH^.

  • Maxims of Babd'ism, by Antun Haddad.

Board of Council, New York.

'Message of the Kingdom of God, The, by James F. Brittingham. 1907.

  • Message from 'Akkd, Antun Haddad.

Most Great Peace, The, by Marion Holley.

  • Notes Taken at 'Akkd, by Corrine True.

Baha'i Publishing Society, Chicago, 1907.

  • Observations of a Bahd'i Traveler, by

Charles Mason Remey. Washington, D. Q, 1914.

Oneness of Mankind, The. Selections from words of BahaVllah and 'Abdu'1-Baha on interracial amity, compiled by Louis G. Gregory and Mariam Haney. 64 pp., paper cover.

The Oneness of Mankind, by Hussein Rab- bani. An exposition of the Baha'i teach- ings on the unity of races. 24 pp. Self cover.

^Passing of 'Abdu'l-Babd, The, by Lady Blomfield and Shoghi Effendi.

Principles of the Babd't Faith. The new edi- tion of the little blue "No. 9" Compila- tion.


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The Path to God, by Dorothy Baker. An explanation of the Baha'i teachings on the spiritual development caused by turning to the Manifestation of God. 24 pp. Self cover.

  • Races of Men Many or One, The, com-

piled by Louis G. Gregory. 40 pp., paper

covers.

  • Rays from the Sun of Truth, Ida Finch.

Revelation of Bahd'u'lldh, The, Isabella D.

Brittingham. Baha'i Publishing Society,

Chicago, 1902.

  • Spirit of World Unity, The, selections from

words of 'Abdu'1-Baha in America on re- ligious, racial and scientific subjects. 24 pp. Paper covers.

  • Spiritual Opportunities of the Bahd'is of

the United States and Canada, selections from words of 'Abdu'1-Baha. The Na- tional Spiritual Assembly.

  • Star of the West, November, 1925, Peace

Number.

J Station of Manifestation, by Antun Had-

dad.

' f Tab\e Talks. Regarding Reincarnation and other subjects.

  • TaUe Talks at 'Akkd, by 'Abdu'1-Baha

'Abbas, by Arthur S. Agnew. Baha'i Pub- lishing Society, Chicago, 1907.

  • Table Talks with 'Abdul-Bahd, by Mr. and

Mrs. George Winterburn. Baha'i Publish- ing Society, Chicago, 1908.

  • Tablet on Universal Peace, a letter written

by 'Abdu'1-Baha in 1919 to the Central Organization for a Durable Peace.

  • Tablets to Japan, a collection of letters

written by 'Abdu'1-Baha to Japanese and to Americans serving the Cause in Japan. Foreword by Agnes Alexander.

  • Through Warring Countries to the Moun-

tain of God, by Charles Mason Remey.

Private printing.

  • True Gardener, The (from notes by

L.H.C.B.). Rangoon Standard Press,

1930.

  • Ten Days in the Light of 'Akkd, by Julia

M. Grundy. Baha'i Publishing Society,

Chicago, 1907.

  • Twelve articles introductory to the study

of the Bahd'i teachings, by Charles Mason Remey.

  • Unity Through Love, by Howard Mac-

Nutt.


  • Universal Consciousness of the Bahd'i Re-

ligion, by Charles Mason Remey.

  • Universal Principles of the Bahd'i Move-

ment. Persian- American Bulletin, Wash- ington, D. C., 1912.

  • Visit to "Abbas Effendi in 1899, by Mar-

garet B. Peake. Grief Press, Chicago, 1911.

  • What Is a Bahd'i? by Dr. J. E. Esslemont.

American edition published by Louis Bourgeois, Chicago, 1921.

What Is the Bahd'i Faith? A brief explana- tion by the late Dr. J. E. Esslemont, au- thor of "Baha'u'llah and the New Era." Available in many languages.

  • What Went Ye Out For to See? by Thorn-

ton Chase, a letter written in reply to an inquiry from a Christian.

  • Whence? Why? Whither? Man! Things!

Other Things! by Arthur Pillsbury Dodge. Ariel Press, Westwood, Mass., 1907.

  • World Economy of Bahd'u'lldh, The, by

Horace Holley. Baha'i Publishing Com- mittee, 1931. The Baha'i explanation of current world depression and unrest, with a summary of the principles revealed by Baha'u'llah to make possible international order, peace and social justice. 32 pp. Paper covers.

(h) COMPILATIONS

Bahd'i Cause. Eight-page pamphlet pre- pared by the National Teaching Commit- tee. Baha'i Publishing Society, 1924.

' f Bahd'i Calendar. Daily excerpts from the writings of Baha'u'llah and 'Abdu'1-Baha. Privately printed in Honolulu, New York and other cities.

  • Bahd'i House of Worship. Description of

the Bahd'i Temple with Illustrations. By Charles Mason Remey. Baha'i Publishing Society, Chicago, 1917.

' f Bahd'i Hymns and Poems, by Louise R. Waite. Baha'i Publishing Society, Chi- cago, 1904, New York, 1927.

' f Bahd'i Message. Compiled by Horace Hol- ley, Chicago, 1920.

Bahd'i Scriptures. Compiled by Horace Holley, Brent ano's, New York, 1923. Baha'i Publishing Committee, New York, 1929.

  • Bahd'i Temple. Reprint of press comments

and Temple symbolism. Published by Louis Bourgeois, Chicago, 1921.


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Compilation. Concerning the Most Great Peace. Tudor Press, Boston, 1918.

'Compilation No. 9. Available in different languages.

  • Compilation of Utterances from the Pen of

6 Abdu'l-Babd Regarding His Station. 19 pp. November 26; 1906.

'-'Divine Pearls. Compiled by Victoria Bedi- kian.

  • Dream of God, The. By Albert Durrant

Watson. A poem. Baha'i Publishing So- ciety. Chicago, 1922.

Foundations of World Unity. Compiled by Horace Holley, New York, 1927.

Garden of the Hearty The. Compiled by Frances Esty.

  • God and His Manifestations. Compiled by

Mrs. M. H. Gift.

'God's Heroes. By Laura Clifford Barney. A drama. Lippincott, London and Phila- delphia, 1910.

Hymns of Peace and Praise. By Louise R. Waitc. Chicago, 1910.

>l 'Mashriqu'l-Adhkdr. By Charles Mason Re- mey. Five preliminary sketches. Pri- vately printed.

' : 'Mashriqn'l-Adhkdr. By Charles Mason Remey. (Baha'i House of Worship.) Privately printed.

  • Mas])rtqti'l-Adhkdr and the Bahd'i Move-

ment. By Jean Masson. Baha'i Publish- ing Society, Chicago, 1921.

  • Most Great Peace, The. From the utter-

ances of BahaVllah and *Abdu'l-Baha. Tudor Press, Boston, 1916.

Oneness of Mankind, The. A compilation of the utterances of BahaVllah and 'Abd- u'l-Baha by Mariam Haney and Louis Gregory, to assist the progress of inter- racial amity, 1927.

  • Prayers Revealed by Bahd'u'lldb and 6 Abd-

11 l-Bahd. Translated by Shoghi Effendi. Boston, 1923.

'Prospectus of a Series of Five Lectures upon the Bahd'i Movement, by Charles Mason Remey.

  • Racial Amity. Compiled by M. H. and

M. M.

  • Thoughts That Build. By Rev. J. Storer.

Macmillan Co., New York, 1924.

  • Universal Principles of the Bahd'i Move-

ment Social, Economic, Governmental. Persian- American Bulletin, 1912.


  • Views of Haifa, 'Akkd, M/. Carmel and

Other Places. Baha'i Publishing Society, Chicago.

(i) OUTLINES AND GUIDES FOR BAHA'f STUDY CLASSES

Bahd'i Lesson Outline for Children. A series of thirty-six lessons in four sections, for teachers holding Baha'i study and dis- cussion classes for children. The course has been planned for weekly classes over a period of nine months. Complete series (four sections) .

Bahd'i Study Course. An invaluable aid for individual students of the Teachings, and for Baha'i Communities and Groups who desire to follow a definite course of study. The Course may be obtained with or with- out the three books needed for reference. Study Course with Babd'u'lldh and the New Era, Wisdom of 6 Abdu'l-Bahd and Foundations of World Unity.

  • Bahd't Teachings Concerning Christ. Com-

piled by the Outline Bureau of the Na- tional Teaching Committee, 1928-1929.

'"Bahd'i Teachings on Economics. A com- pilation prepared by the National Teach- ing Committee. 16 pp.

The Dispensation of Bahd'u'lldh. Compiled by Study Outline Committee. A study outline. 14 pp.

Material and Divine Civilization. Compiled by the Outline Bureau of the National Teaching Committee, 1930.

Outlines for Study of Scriptures, compiled by the Outline Bureau of the National Baha'i classes and meetings, compiled by Louis G. Gregory. Mimeographed.

  • Questions and Topics for Discussion in Ba-

ha'i classes and meetings, compiled by Louis G. Gregory. Mimeographed.

Study Guide for The Dawn-Breakers. An aid for classes and individuals in making a careful study of this historical Work.

Study Outline for Kitdb-i-fqdn. (Book of Certitude.)

Study Outline on Public Speaking. Mimeo- graphed.

  • Study of Outlines of Science, compiled by

the Outline Bureau of the National Baha'i Teaching Committee. Mimeographed. Study Outline on the Essential Principles of Creative Writing. Mimeographed.


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Twenty Lessons in Bahd't Administration.

28 pp. Twenty Lessons in the Bahd'i Revelation. A


valuable supplement to the Baha'i Study Course and for the individual research of advanced Qdha'i students.


2.

BAHA'I PUBLICATIONS OF ENGLAND


  • ' Abdu'l-Bahd in London. Addresses deliv-

ered by 'Abdu'1-Baha during His visit in London, with description of His life and activities.

Bah ft Faith, The, by G. Palgrave Simpson.

Bahd'i: Spirit of the Age, The 9 by Horace Holley. (See list one.) Published by Kegan, Paul.

Bahd'u'lldh and the New Era, by J. E. Essle- mont. (See list one.) Published by George Allen & Unwin, Ltd.

Brief Account of the Bahd'i Movement, by Ethel J. Rosenberg. Published by Burn- side, Ltd.

Coming of "The Glory," The, by Florence E. Pinchon. Published by Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co., Ltd., London.

Drama of the Kingdom, The, by Mrs. Basil Hall, London, 1933.

God's Heroes, by Laura Clifford Barney. (See list one.)

Hidden Words of Bahd'u'llah. (See list one.)

Life and Teachings of 'Abbas Effendi, The, by Myron H. Phelps. Published by Put- nam & Sons.

Meditations of a Bahd't Christian, by E. T. Hall. C. E. Bennett & Co., Manchester, 1912.

Modern Social Religion, The, by Horace Holley. Published by Sidgwick & Jack- son. 1912.

Mysterious Forces of Civilization, The. (See list one.)

Paris Talks. (See list one, "The Wisdom of 'Abdu'1-Baha.") Published by G. Bell & Son.

Passing of 'Abdu'l-Bahd, The. (See list one.)

Promise of All Ages, The, by "Christophil." Published by Simpkin, Marshall, Ltd., 1934.


Universal Religion, The, by Hippolyte Drey- fus, an introductory work on the Baha'i Cause by a French orientalist who has translated many of the writings of Baha'- u'llah.

JJniversal Religion, The, by E. T. Hall. Na- tional Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the British Isles, 1927.

  • Unity Triumphant, by Elizabeth Herrick.

The Revelation of BahaVllah as the ful- fillment of Christianity, with extensive quotations and bibliography. Published by Kegan, Paul.

^Reconciliation of Races and Religions, The, by Thomas Kelly Cheyne, Dr. Lit., D.D.

Religions of the Empire, edited by W. Lof- tus Hare. Published by Duckworth (Lon- don). Addresses delivered by representa- tives of the several religions invited to participate in the Conference on Some Living Religions Within the British Em- pire, held at the Imperial Institute, Lon- don, England, from September 22 to Oc- tober 3, 1924. Includes two papers read on the Baha'i Cause. 519 pp. Cloth cover.

Some Answered Questions. (See list one.) Published by Kegan, Paul.

Traveller's Narrative, A. The Episode of the Bab translated by Prof. E. G. Browne, M.A., F.B.A., M.R.A.S. Cambridge Uni- versity Press.

  • Wk*t Is a Bahd't? by J. E. Esslemont, a re-

print of chapter three of his larger work. Published by Burnside, Ltd.

  • Wise Man from The East, A, by Felicia R.

Scatchard. The Unity Press. London, 1912.

  • Year with the Bahd'is in India and Burma,

A, by Sidney Sprague. The Priory Press, London, 1908.


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3 . BAHA'f PUBLICATIONS IN FRENCH


Babd'u'lldb et l'$,re nouvelle. Geneve, 1932.

Du Kegne de Dieu et de I'Agneau, par Ga- briel Sacy. 12 Juin, 1902 (brochure).

Essai sur le Babd'isme, son Histoire, sa Par- fee sociale, par Hippolyte Dreyfus. 2eme edition. Librairie Ernest Leroux, Paris, 1934.

Le Bayan Arabe, traduit par A. L. M. Nico- las. Librairie Ernest Leroux, Paris.

Le Bayan Penan, traduit par A. L. M. Nico- las. Librairie Geuthner, Paris. 4 vol- umes: 1911 a 1914.

Le But d'un Nouvel OrJre Mondial, lettre de Shoghi EfFendi. Traduction de Le*on Karakeya. Librairie Ernest Leroux, Paris, 1936 (brochure).

L'fcconomie Mondiale de Babd'u'lldh, par Horace Holley. Traduction de Gabriel des Hons. 2eme edition. Paris, 1936 (brochure).

Le Machreqou'l-Azkar, d'lchqabad, par A. L. M. Nicolas, Paris, 1902.

Le Machreqou'l-Azkar, d'Achqabad, par Hippolyte Dreyfus. Librairie Ernest Le- roux, Paris, 1909 (brochure).

L'fipitre an Fils du Loup, par Baha'u- 'llah. Traduction franchise par Hippo- lyte Dreyfus. Librairie Ernest Leroux, Paris.


Les Lemons de Saint-Jean d'Acre (Some An- swered Questions) . Recueillies par Laura Clifford Barney. Traduction f ran^aise par Hippolyte Dreyfus.

  • Les Precedes du Babd'isme, traduit par H.

Dreyfus et H. Chirazi. 1906.

Le vrai Babd'i. Le cinquieme Chapitre de Babd'u'lldb and The New Era. Traduc- tion par Edward Roscoe Mathews (bro- chure) .

UOeuvre* de Babd'u'lldb, traduction fran- gaise par Hippolyte Dreyfus: Tome I: La tres sainte Tablette. Les Paroles cachees. Les Sept Vallees du Voyage vers Dieu. La Lettre sur le Bayan. Tome II: Le Temple de Dieu. Les Lettres aux Souverains. Tome III: Le Livre de la Certitude (Kitabou'l Iqan). Librairie Ernest Leroux, Paris.

  • Paroles Caches, 1905.

Tablette de Bahd'u'lldh, ecrite a Adrianople pour un des Croyants de Qazvin (bro- chure) .

Trots Lettres a des Persans, par 'Abdu'l- Baha, Juin-Juillet, 1907 (brochure).

Vers l y Apogee de la Race Humaine, lettre de Shoghi Effendi traduite de 1'anglais. Librairie Ernest Leroux, Paris, 1936 (brochure).


4.

BAHA'f PUBLICATIONS IN ITALIAN

Babd'u'lldb e la Nuova Era. Translation of Baha'i Principles as given by 'Abdu'l-

J. E. Esslemont's book. Baha at various times, taken from Paris

ff Cbe Cosa e il Movimento Babd'i?" (Leaf- , Talks and other sources. 1925. Florence.

let.) Parole Velate (Hidden Words). Florence,

Discorsi di 'Abdu'l-Babd (Paris Talks). 1926.

/ Principii Baha'i. Booklet translation of the Some Answered Questions (in preparation).


5 . BAHA'f PUBLICATIONS IN DUTCH

Alegmeene Beginselen der Baha'i Beweging. ff Babd'u'lldb and the New Era." Rotter- Amsterdam, 1914. dam, 1933.



A of the has

for the



Baha'i Press Book for the year 1936-1937, United States'and Canada, compiled by the

Publicity Committee


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De Verborgen Woorden (Hidden Words), Pamphlets and Leaflets in Dutch Taal pub- Rotterdam, 1932. lished in Pretoria, S. A. Kitab-i-fqan. Rotterdam, 1937.


6. BAHA'I PUBLICATIONS IN DANISH

Babd'it'lldb ag harts Bndskab (Baha'u'llah livad er Babd't Bevagehen (What is the

and His Message), by J. E. Esslemont. Baha'i Movement?), by J. E. Esslemont.

Translated into Danish by Johanne Sor- Translated into Danish by Johanne Soren-

ensen. Copenhagen. December, 1926. sen. Copenhagen. April, 1926.

"Bahd'u'lldh and the New Era.' 9 Nyt Nor- Kitdb-i-iqdn (manuscript),

disk Forlag. Copenhagen, 1932. Hidden Words (in manuscript) .


7. BAHA'I PUBLICATIONS IN SWEDISH

Babd'n'llah and the New Era, 1932. K/fdb-i-fcjdn. Helsingfors, 1936.


8 .

BAHA'I PUBLICATIONS IN PORTUGUESE

Bahd'n'lldh E La Nova Era, por Dr. J. E. A Maior Paz. Santos, 1922.

Esslemont. Officinas Graphicas de Fonseca Paris Talks. Para, Brazil, 1923.

Filho & Co., Rua Cruzeiro de S. Fran- Que e o Movimento Babd'i (pamphlet).

cisco No. 16, Bahia, Brazil. Principles of Bahd'i faith (pamphlet 9).

Kifdb-/-1t]dn (manuscript). Some Answered Questions (manuscript).

Hidden Words (manuscript).


9. BAHA'I PUBLICATIONS IN ALBANIAN

Fjale Te Fsbebiira (Hidden Words), New Kitdb-i-lqdn y Tirane, 1932.

York. Detyrat e Dornosdoshe Besnikvet Bahd't,

Baba'u'llab and the New Era, Tirane, 1933. 1932. Libri i Beses, Tirane, 1932.


1 0. BAHA'i PUBLICATIONS IN ESPERANTO

Baha'u'llah: Kasitaj vorto], el la perso lingvo Kasitaj vorto], el la angla lingvo tradukis

tradukis Lutfu'llah S. Hakim, John E. Vasily J. Erosenko, Japanujo, loko kaj

Esslemont, London, Brita Esperantista jaro ne indikataj, 8, 23 pp.

Asocio, jaro ne indik^ta, 8, 39 pp. 'Abdu'1-Baha: Bahaj (Bahaaj!) irjstruoj,


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loko kaj jaro ne indikataj, 8, 16 pp. Kompilajo, vortoj de BahaVllah kaj 'Ab- du'1-Baha, Wandsbek, Germany, Bahaa Esperanto-Eldonejo, jaro ne indikata, 8, 16 pp.

Esslemont, Dr. J. E.: Bahd'u'lldh kaj la nova epoko, el la angla originalo tradukita de Lidja Zamenhof, Weinheim (Germany), Baha'i Esperanto-Eldonejo, 1930, 8, 191 pp.

Keligio kaj Scienco lau la lumo de la Ba- haja (bahaa!) rivelajo, London, Brita Es- perantista Asocio, 1919, 8, 28 pp. Babd'u'lldh kaj Lia Misio, Hamburg, Es- peranto Komitato de la Bahaa Movado. 1926, 8, 22 pp.

Grossmann, Dr. Hermann: La esenco de la Bahaismo, Wandsbek, Bahaa Esperanto- Eldonejo, 1929, 8, 8 pp. Historic, instruoj kaj valoro de la Bahd'i- movado. Hamburg, Esperanto Komitato de la Bahaa-movado, 1925, 8, 8 pp.

Kliemke, Dr. Ernst: Babaismo kaj politiko, la stata idealo lau la instruoj de Baha'u- 'llah, Wandsbek, Germany, Bahaa Esper- anto-Eldonejo, 1929, 8, 8 pp.

Muhlschlegel, Adelbert: Parolado en la dua Bahaa kunveno Jum la XV III a Univer- sala Kongreso de Esperanto en Genevo, Stuttgart, 1925, 8, 4 pp.


Root, Martha: Bahaaj sciencaj pruvoj de vivo post morto. Praha, 1927, 8, 7 pp. Bahaaj pruvoj de vivo post morto, Wands- bek, Germany, Bahaa Esperanto-Eldonejo, 1928, 8, 8 pp.

S.S.: La Hist or to de I'Babafa (Bahaa!) Mo- vado, Universala Fido, esperantigita de William W. Mann, London, the Priory Press, 1907, 8, 24 pp.

Lidja Zamenhof: Homo, Dio, Profeto, Wein- heim, Bahaa Esperanto-Eldonejo, 1931, 8, 8 pp.

Kio estas la Bahaa movado? Genf, 1925, 8, 8 pp.

Kio estas la Bahaa movado? Wandsbek, jaro ne indikata, 8, 4 pp.

La Nova Tago. La internacia bahaa esper- anto-gazeto. Weinheim (Germany), Ba- haa Esperanto-Eldonejo. Quarterly since 1925.

Paris Talks of 'AbdtSl-Bahd. Weinheim, Baden, 1932.

Kitdb-i-lqdn (manuscript).

Some Answered Questions (in manuscript).

For information on German and Esperanto Baha'i literature and magazines please ad- dress Dr. Hermann Grossmann, Weinheim (Bergstrasse), Friedrich-Voglerstrasse, 4, Germany.


1 1 .

BAH A 'I PUBLICATIONS IN RUSSIAN

Babd'u'llab and the New Era. Printed in Kitdb-i-tqdn. Riga, Pils iela 14, 1933.

Latvia, 1930. Tablet from 'Abdu'l-Bahd. Baku, 1909.

Lessons in Religion, by Shaykh Muhammad- Talk about Babd'j faith. Baku.

'Ali Qa'ini. 'Isjiqabad, 1912. ' Talk of 'Abdu'l-Bahd in New York. 'Ishqa- Bahd'u'lldh, by Isabel Grinevskaya. Lenin- bad, 1922.

grad, 1912. Tablet to the Hague, by 'Abdul-Baha. Batiiyyat, by M. Blanovsky. Moscow, 1914. London, 1922.

Hidden Words of Babd'u'llah. Riga, 1934. No. 9. (Compilation.) New York, N. Y. Some Answered Questions (manuscript).


1 2. BAHA'f PUBLICATIONS IN GERMAN

Baha'u'llah: Tablett von hhrdqdt, Tablett left von Tajalliyat, Probe Botscbaften. von Tardzdt, Worfe des Paradieses, Tab- Aus dem Englischen von A. Braun und E.


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595


Ruoff. Stuttgart, Selbstverlag der Baha'i- Vereinigung. 1912, 8, 73 p.

BahaVllah: Frohe Botschaften, Worte des Paradieses, Tablett Tardzat, Tablett Ta- j alii y at, Tablett Ishrdqdt. Nach der Eng- lischen Uebersetzung von 'Ali-Kuli Khan, Deutsch von W. Herrigel. Stutt- gart, Verlag des Deutschen Baha'i- Bundes, 1921, 8, 123 p.

BahaVllah: Verborgene Worte, Worte der Weisbcit und Gebete. Aus dem Engli- schen von A. Braun und E. Ruoff. Stutt- gart, Verlag der Baha'i-Vereinigung, 1916, 8, 104 p.

BahaVllah: Verborgcne Worte, Worte der Weisheit und Gebete. Nach der Engli- schen Uebersetzung von Shoghi Effendi, Deutsch von Alice Schwarz und W. Herrigel. Stuttgart, Verlag des Deutschen Baha'i-Bundes, 1924, 8, 109 p.

Baha'u'llah: Das belli ge Tablett, geoffenbart in Baghdad. Aus dem Englischen von W. Herrigel. Stuttgart, Selbstverlag der Baha'i-Vereinigung, 1911, 8, 8 p.

Baha'u'llah: Das Tablett vom TLweig. Aus dem Englischen von Fr. Schweizer. Her- ausgegeben von den Baha'is in Zuffen- hausen. Ohne Jahr, 8, 8 p.

'Abdu'1-Baha: Evangelium der Liebe und des Friedens fiir unsere 'Lett (Ansprachen in Paris) . Aus dem Englischen von W. Her- rigel. Stuttgart, Selbstverlag der Baha'i- Vereinigung. 1914, 8, 172 p.

'Abdu'1-Baha: Ansprachen, gehalten im Herbst 1911 in Paris. Aus dem Engli- schen von W. Herrigel. Stuttgart, Verlag des Deutschen Baha'i-Bundes, 1921, 8, 196 p.

'Abdu'1-Baha: Beantwortete Fragen. Nach der Englischen Ausgabe von L. Clifford Barney, Deutsch von W. Herrigel. Stutt- gart. Verlag des Deutschen Baha'i- Bundes G.m.b.H. 1929, 8, VIII und 392 p.

'Abdu'1-Baha: Eine Botscbaft an die Juden. Aus dem Englischen von W. Herrigel. Stuttgart, im Selbstverlag der Baha'i- Vereinigung. 1913, 8, 15 p.

'Abdu'1-Baha: Tabelle (Tablets) allgemeiner Belebrung. Deutsch von Fanny Knobloch. 1906, ohne Angabe des Ortes, , 12 p.

  • Abdu'l-Baha: Tabelle (Tablets) an die Ge-

liebten Gottes des Abendlandes. Deutsch


von Fanny A. Knobloch. 1906, ohne Angabe des Ortes, 8, 8 p.

Baha'fperlen (Worte von Baha'u'llah und 'Abdu'1-Baha). Stuttgart, Verlag des Deutschen Baha'i-Bundes, 1921, 8, 16 p.

'Abdu'1-Baha: Religion und Philosopbie, 1911, Paris.

Shoghi Effendi: Die Weltordnung von Babd'u'lldb. Aus dem Englischen. Her- ausgegeben vom Deutschen Baha'i-Na- tionalrat, Stuttgart, Marz 1930, 8, 15 p.

Shoghi Eflfendi: An die Geliebten des Herrn und an die Dienerinnen des Barmberzigen in der ganzen Welt. Aus dem Englischen. Herausgegeben vom Deutschen Baha'i- Nationalrat, Stuttgart, April 1930 (ver- vielfaltigt), Folio, 17 p.

Bahiyyih Khanum: Brief an die Freunde Gottes und an die Dienerinnen des Barm- herzigen im Abendland. Aus dem En- glischen von A. Schwarz. Ohne Angabe des Ortes und des Jahres. 8, 4 p.

Blomfield, Sitarih, und Shoghi Effendi: Das Hinscheiden 'Abdu'l-Bahd's. Ohne An- gabe des Ortes und des Jahres, 8, 32 p.

Brittingham, Isabella D.: Die Offenbarung von Bahd'u'lldh. Aus dem Englischen von W. Herrigel. Stuttgart, Selbstverlag der Baha'i-Vereinigung, 1910, 8, 47 p.

Carpenter, Marion: Majnun und Layld. Nach Baha'u'llah's Erzahlung in den "Sieben Talern." Deutsch von E. M. Gr. und Dr. H. Gr. Wandsbek, Weltgemein- schaft 1926, 8, 8 p.

Chase, Thornton: Die Babd'ioffenbarung. Aus dem Englischen von W. Herrigel. Stuttgart, Verlag des Deutschen Baha'i- Bundes, 1925, 8, XVI + 168 p.

Chase, Thornton: Ehe Abraham war, war Icb. Aus dem Englischen von W. Her- rigel. Stuttgart, Verlag der Baha'i- Vereinigung. Ohne Jahr, 8, 8 p.

Dreyfus, Dr. Hippolyte: Einheits-Religion. Ihre Wirkung auf Staat, Erziehung, So- zialpolitik, Frauenrechte und auf die ein- zelne Personlichkeit. Deutsch von W, Herrigel. Stuttgart, Verlag des Deutschen Baha'i-Bundes, 1920, 8, 40 p.

Dreyfus, Dr. Hippolyte: Bdbismus und Babd'fsmus. Deutsch von Margarete Platte. Frankfurt a.M. Neuer Frank- furter Verlag G.m.b.H., 1909, 8, 61 p.

Esslemont, Dr. John E.: Baba'u'llab und Jas


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Neue 'Lett alter. Deutsch von H. K. und W. H. Stuttgart, Verlag des Deutschen Baha'i-Bundes, 1927, 8, VIII -f 431 p.

Esslemont, Dr. John E.: Was hi ein Babd'f? Aus dem Englischen iibersetzt und her- ausgegeben von der Baha'i-Arbeitsge- meinschaft Esslingen. Ohne Jahr. (ver- vielfaltigt), 4, 20 p.

Esslemont, Dr. John E.: Der Weg zum Frieden. Sonderdruck des Kapitels X aus "Baha'u'llah und das Neue Zeitalter." Herausgegeben von der Baha'i-Arbeitsge- meinschaft Esslingen. Ohne Jahr, 8, 8 p.

Fadl, Mirza Abu'l: Geschichte und Wahr- heitsbeweise der Bahd y i -Religion. Nach der Englischen Ucbersetzung von 'Ali- Quli-Khan, Deutsch von W. H. Stutt- gart, Verlag des Deutschen Baha'i-Bundes G.M.b.H. 1919, 8, XXIV + 295 p.

Fadl, Mirza Abu'l: Gldnzender Beweis (Burhane Lame). Aus dem Englischen von Fr. Schweizer. Herausgegeben von der Baha'i-Vereinigung Zuffenhausen, ohne Jahr, 8, 45 p.

Grossmann, Dr. Hermann: Die soziale Frage und ihre Losung im Sinne der Bahd'i- Lehre. Stuttgart, Verlag des Deutschen Baha'i-Bundes, 1923, 8, 12 p.

Grossmann, Dr. Hermann: Die Bahd'i-Be- -wegungy ihre Geschichte, Lehren und Be- deutung. Herausgegeben von der Baha'i- Bewegung. Hamburg, 1926, 8, 8 p.

Grossmann, Dr. Hermann: Das Wesen der Bahd'i-Lehre. Ohne Angabe des Ortes und des Jahres. 8, 8 p.

Grossmann, Dr. Hermann: Bahd'i-Erzie- bung. Wandsbek, Weltgemeinschaft, Deutscher Zweig, 1924, 8, 8 p.

Grossmann, Dr. Hermann: Rosengartlein- Lehrstunden. Lehrproben zur Baha'i-Er- ziehung. Herausgegeben von der Weltge- meinschaft, Wandsbek, ohne Jahr, 8, 12 p.

Grossmann, Dr. Hermann: Chanan. Eine Erzahlung aus unserer Zeit. Wandsbek, 1927, 8, 8 p.

Grossmann, Dr. Hermann: Am Morgen einer neuen Zeit, Verlag Strecker und Schroder. Stuttgart, 1932.

W. H.: Universaler Friede, Universale Re- ligion. Die Baha'i-Bewegung, ihr Zweck und Ziel. Stuttgart, Selbstverlag der Baha'i-Vereinigung. 1915, 8, 30 p.


Hartmann, Pauline: Bahd'i -Weltanschauung. Verlag des Geistigen Nationalrats der Deutschen Baha'i. E. V., 8, 24 p.

W. H.: Die Bahd'i-Bewegung im Allge- meinen und ihre grossen Wirkungen in Indien. Stuttgart, Verlag des Deutschen Baha'i-Bundes, 1922, 8, 56 p.

W. H.: Die Zeicben unserer Zeit im Lichte der Bibel und der Babd't-Lebre. Stuttgart, Verlag der Baha'i-Vereinigung. 1916, 8, 16 p.

Hoi ley, Horace: Die Wellwirtschaft von Bahd'u'lldh. Aus dem Englischen. 30 p. Geneva, 1934.

Kliemke, Dr. Ernst (Hcinrich Nicnkamp) : Bahd y i-Lehre und Politik. Das Staatsideal nach den Lehren Baha'u'llah's. Ohne Angabe des Ortes und des Jahres. 8, 8 p.

Maxwell, May: Jos, der Schaferknabc, 'Abdu'l-Babd nacherzdhlt. Aus dem En- glischen von Dr. H. Gr. Wandsbek, Welt- gcmeinschaft, Deutscher Zweig, 1924, 8, 8 p.

Muhlschlegel, Adelbert: Melodram zum drit- ten Deutschen Bahd'i-Kongress 80. Ohne Angabe des Ortes, September 1924, 8, 8 p.

Muhlschlegel, Adelbert: Rid van 81, Fcst- sptel. Stuttgart, Baha'i-Bund, Deutscher Zweig, 1925, 8, 8 p.

Najmajer, Marie von: Qurratu'l-'Ayn. Ein Bild aus Persiens Neuzeit. Wien, 1894.

Phelps, Myron H.: 'Abdu'l-Bahd 'Abbas, Leben und Lehren. Aus dem Englischen von W. H. Stuttgart, Verlag des Deut- schen Baha'i-Bundes, 1922, 8, 248 p.

Remey, Charles Mason: Das neue Zeitalter. Die Baha'i -Off enbarung. Deutsch von W. H., Verlag des Deutschen Baha'i- Bundes, Stuttgart, 19 V 23, 8, 32 p.

Remey, Charles Mason: Einheit. Die Of- fenbarung des Baha'u'llah. Deutsch von Fanny A. Knobloch. Ohne Angabe des Ortes und des Jahres. 8, 8 p.

Rosenberg, Ethel J.: Die Bahd'i-Lehre, der en ethische und soziale Be griff e. Aus dem Englischen von Fr. Schweizer. Stuttgart, Selbstverlag der Baha'i-Vereinigung, 1908, 8, 8 p.

S. S.: Ein Jahr unter den Bahd't in Indien und Birma. Aus dem Englischen von W. H. Stuttgart, Selbstverlag der Baha'i- Vereinigung, ohne Jahr, 8, 46 p.


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597


S. S.: Die Geschichte der Bahd'i-Bewegung. Aus dcm Englischen von W. H. Stutt- gart, Selbstverlag der Baha'i-Vereinigung, 1913, Zweite auflage, 1913, 8, 22 p. A. Dritte auflage, 1919, 8, 22 p.

Schwarz, Alice: Die universale W 'elt religion. Stuttgart, Verlag des Deutschen Baha'i- Bundes, 1919, 8, 35 p.

Wright, A. H.: Bab und seine Secte in Per- sien, Leipzig.

Religiose Llchtbllcke. Einige Erlauterungen zur Baha'i-Bewegung. Aus dem Franzo- sischen von Albert Renftle. Stuttgart, Verlag der Baha'i-Vereinigung, 1916, 8, 16 p.

Erweiterte Auflage, Stuttgart, 1928, Ver- lag des Deutschen Baha'i-Bundes, 8, 24 p.

Die Geschichte vom kleinen Vogel und an- dere Erzdhlungen aits dcm Leben 'Abdu'l- Bahd's. Wandsbek, Weltgemeinschaft, Deutscher Zweig, 1925, 8, 8 p.

Aus Leben und Lehre des Bahd'ismus. Ham- burg, Baha'i-Verlag, 1918, 8, 42 p.

Die Bahd'i-Bewegung. Flugblatt. Stutt- gart, Verlag des Deutschen Baha'i-Bundes, ohne Jahr, 8, 4 p.


Was 1st die Bahd'i-Bewegung. Flugblatt. Ohne Angabe des Ortes und des Jahres. (2 Ausgaben: Hamburg und Wien), 8, 8 bezw. 10 p.

Die Bahd'i Lehre, 1933, Schmal 8, 4 p.

An der Schwelle elnes neues *Leltalters. Flugblatt. Stuttgart, W. H. Ohne Jahr. 8, 10 p.

Berlcht vom erst en Deutschen Babd'j-Kon- gress 1921. Herausgegeben von der Baha'i - Arbeitsgemeinschaft Esslingen (vervielfaltigt) 4, -54 p.

Welhnachtsbeilage fur Kinder. Dezember 1921. Beilage zur Sonne der Wahrheit, 8, 8 p.

Treuhandschaftserklarung und Satzung des Nationalen Geistigen Rates der Baha'i in Deutschland und Oestcrreich nebst Satz- ung des Geistigen Rates der Baha'i in Stuttgart. Herausgegeben vom Nationalen Geistigen Rat der Baha'i in Deutschland und Oesterreich e. V., Stuttgart, 1935, 8, 32 p.

Nabil's Narrative: The Dawn-Breakers (in manuscript) .

Dispensation of Bahd'u'lldh (in manu- script).


1 3 . BAHA'I PUBLICATIONS IN BULGARIAN

Baha'u'lldb and the New Era, Sofia, 1932. Words of Wisdom (in manuscript). Hidden Words, Sofia, 1937. Seven Valleys (in manuscript).

Kitdb-i-lqdn (in manuscript).


14. BAHA'I PUBLICATIONS IN RUMANIAN

Bahd'u'lldh and the New Era, Bucharest, Ce Estc Miscarea Baha'i, Bucharest, 1934. 1934.


1 5 . BAHA'I PUBLICATIONS IN CZECH

Kltdb-l-tqdn (in manuscript). World Religion, Prague, 1937.

Babd'u'lldk and the New Era, Prague, 1932. E. G. Hoflin and Milos Wurm: Zjer Hnutl Some Answered Questions (in manuscript). Mtroveho.

Pamphlets, 1934.


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1 6. BAHA'f PUBLICATIONS IN SERBIAN

Babd'u'lldb and the New Era, Belgrade, Kitdb-i-lqdn (in manuscript).

19,33. World Religion, Belgrade, 1937.

Hidden Words, Belgrade, 1936. World Economy of Bahd'u'lldh (in manu-

Book of Prayers, Belgrade, 1936. script).

1 7. BAHA'l PUBLICATIONS IN HUNGARIAN

Bahd'u'llah and the New Era, Budapest, Hidden Words (in manuscript). 1933.

1 8 .

BAHA'f PUBLICATIONS IN GREEK

Bahd'u'llah and the New Era, Athens, 1934.

1 9.

BAHA'f PUBLICATIONS IN MAORI

Te Whakatikenga Pahal, Pamphlet by G. G. Paul, Auckland, New Zealand, 1933.

2 0.

BAHA'I PUBLICATIONS IN SPANISH

Babd'u'lldh and the New Era, Bahia, 1934. jQui Salisteis A Ver? Dr. Carlos A. Stoppers The Kitdb-i-lqdn (in preparation). translation of What Went Ye Out for to

Bahd'u'lldb y la Nueva Era. Traduccion See? by Thornton Chase. Published by

espanola por Leonora Stirling Holsapple. La Socicdad Teosofica de Mendoza, Argen-

Bahia, Brazil, 1933. tina, 1920.

Que es el Movimiento Babd'i. Booklet.

2 1 . BAHA'f PUBLICATIONS IN NORWEGIAN

Babd'u'lldb and the New Era, Oslo, 193*. World Religion, Oslo, 1937.

Kitdb-i-lqdn (manuscript) .


BAHA'f BIBLIOGRAPHY


599


22. BAHA'f PUBLICATIONS IN CROATIAN

Pamphlet. Some Answered Questions (in manuscript).

2 3 . BAHA'f PUBLICATIONS IN ICELANDIC

Bahd'u'lldh and the New Era (manuscript).


24.

BAHA'f PUBLICATIONS IN ORIENTAL LANGUAGES


IRANIAN

Book of Mub'm, Tablets of Babd'u'lldb, The.

Bombay. Book of Iqtiddr, Tablets of Bahd'u'lldh, The.

Bombay.

Kalimdt-i-Maknunih (Hidden Words). Ishrdqdt, Tardzdt, Tajalltydt, The. Bombay. Lawh-i-Ahmady Tashkand. Tablets from Babd'u'lldb. Cairo. Kitdb-i-tqdn, The. Cairo and Bombay. Tablet of Babd'u'llab to the Shah of Persia.

Cairo.

Tablets and Prayers from Babd'u'lldb. Cairo. The Seven Valleys. Cairo and Bombay. Will and Testament of Babd'u'lldb, The.

'fshqabad and Cairo.

Ad'iyiy-i-Hadrat-i-Mahbub (Book of Pray- ers). Cairo.

Some Answered Questions. London. Lawh-i-Maqsud. Traveller's Narrative, The. London and

Tashkand, 1916. Bombay. Prayers from 'Abdu'l-Bahd. Tihran, 1930. Muduniyyih, The, by 'Abdu'1-Bah*. Cairo

and Bombay.

Nattjatu'l-Baydn, compiled by Mirza Na'im. Tablet to the Shah of Persia. Cairo. Siydsiyyih, The, by 'Abdu'1-Baha. Bombay. Will and Testament of 'Abdu'l-Bahd, The.

Bombay and Cairo. Epistle to the Son of the Wolf, The. Baha'-

u'llah. Cairo.

Addresses of 'Abdu'l-Bahd in Europe. Cairo. Tablets of 'Abdu'l-Bahd, The. Vol.1. Cairo.


Tablet to the Hague by 'Abdu'1-Baha. Cairo.

Tablets of 'Abdu'l-Babd, The. Vol. 2. Cairo.

Addresses of 'Abdu'l-Bahd. Cairo.

Tablets of 'Abdu'l-Babd, The. Vol. 3. Cairo.

Tablet of 'Abdu'l-Bahd to Dr. Forel. Cairo.

Al-Fard'id, by Mirza Abu'1-Fadl. Cairo.

Kashfu'l-Ghitd', compiled by Siyyid Mihdi Gulpayigani. 'Ishqabad.

Letters of Mirza Abu'l-Fadl. Cairo.

Babd'u'lldh and the New Era. Haifa, 1932.

History of the Martyrs of Yazd, The. Cairo.

Dald'ilu'l-'lrfdn, Mirza Haydar-'Ali. Bom- bay.

Bihjatu's-Sudur, Mirza Haydar-'Ali. Bom- bay.

Aydt-i-Mu'arrakhi, by Mirza Abu'1-Fadl, China.

Risdliy-i-lstidldliyyih, by Mirza Abu'1-Fadl, Egypt.

Istidldliyyiy-i-Afshdr. Bombay.

The Brilliant Proof, by Mirza Abu'1-Fadl.

Tdrikh-i-Jadid. Bombay.

Babru'l-'Irfdn, by Muhammad Af shar. Bom- bay.

History of Tahirih, The. Cairo.

Travels of 'Abdu'l-Bahd, The. Vol. 1 and 2, Mirza Mahmud Zarpani. Bombay.

Early Tablets of Bahd'u'lldb, The, compiled by Baron Rosen, St. Petersburg.

Memorials of the Faithful, 'Abdu'l-Babd. Haifa.

An-Nuru'l-Abhd-Fi-Mufawaddt - i - 'Abdu'l- Bahd. Table talks collected by Laura C. Barney. Kegan, Paul, London, 1908.

Mashriqu'l-Adhkdr. Twenty-two page book-


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The Shaykhu'l-Islam of Tiflis, Caucasus, in reply to whose attacks on the Cause Mirza Abu'1-Fadl ad- dressed his well-known book entitled "Fara'id."


let written in franian on the Baha'i Tem- ple. Published by the Baha'i Assembly of Washington, D. C.

Hadiqatu'l-Bahd'iyyih. Bombay, 1927.

Kavdkibu'd-Durriyyih. Cairo.

Irfibdt-i-Sbarq va Gharb. Tihran, 1931.

Questions and Answers (Appendix to Kitdb- i-Aqdds). Tihran.

Bah d y ism and Socialism. 'Isjiqabad.

Munaziratu'd-Diniyyih. Cairo.

Durusu'J-D/ydnib (Lessons in Religion). Cairo and Tihran.

Mathnavi (Nabil's chronological poem). Cairo.

Poems by Nayyir. Tihran, 1930.

Istidldliyyih, I and II, by Na'im, Tabriz, 1911 and 1912.

Magtiliy-i-Bahd'i. Delhi, 1915.


Poems, by Na'im. Tabriz, Tihran, Cairo

and Bombay. The i<) Talks. Cairo. Usul-i-TaJr/s. Tihran. Babd'tsm and Socialism, 'ishqabad. Far a 'idu'd-Dint'yyib. Mashhad. Tuhfiy-i-Tdhirih. Delhi, 1933. The Passing of 'AbJu'l-Bahd. Delhi, 1933. The Babd'i Calendar. Tihran.

URDU

Translation of the Tablets to the World.

Bombay. Translation of hhrdqdt, Bishdrdt, Kalimdt,

Tardzdt, Tajall/ydt, of Babd'n'llab. Agra,

1918.

Paygbam-i-Sulb. Seven Valleys, The. Bombay, 1929.


BAHA'f BIBLIOGRAPHY


601


Bahd'i Tdlim (The Hague Tablet) . Hyder- abad, 1923.

Hidden Words, The. Bombay.

Why People of the World Could Not Know Their Promised One.

Tablets of 'Abdu'l-Bahd, The.

Words of 'Abdu'l-Bahd, The.

Payghdm-i-Sulh. Agra.

Kitdb-i-tqdn.

Al-Mi'ydm's-Sabih. 1910.

Tablet to the Hague. Hyderabad, 1923.

Traveller's Narrative, A. 1908.

'Uruj-u-Nnztil. Rangoon, 1904.

Kitdbu'z-Zuhur.

Al-Baldgu'l-Mubin. Agra.

Revelation of Bahd'u'lldh, by Mrs. I. D. Brittingham. Rangoon, 1902.

Javdb-i-Qddiydnihd. Rangoon, 1908.

Burhdn-i-Sarih. Agra.

lhqdqu'1-Haqq, by Mirza Mahmud Zarqani. 1908-9.

Usul-i-Bahd'i. Delhi.

Epistle to the Son of the Wolf, The. Delhi.

Dawr-i-Bahd'i.

Sharh-i-Aydt.

Bahd'u'lldh and the New Era. Lahore, 193 5.

Some Answered Questions (in press).

ARABIC

Kitdb-i-Aqdas. Bombay, Cairo, Persia. Ishrdqdt, Tajalliydt, Tardzdt, and Kalimdt,

The. Cairo. The Dawn-Breakers. NabiPs Narrative (in

manuscript). Talks of 6 Abdu'l-Bahd in Europe, The.

Translation anonymous. Cairo. Bahd'u'lldh and the New Era, by Dr. J. E.

Esslemont. Cairo, 1930. Some Answered Questions. Cairo, 1930. Bahd'i Principles; Summary of Bahd'i Teach- ings. Cairo, 1928.

Prayers from Bahd'u'lldh. Tabriz, 1911. Traveller's Narrative, A. Bahd'i Pearls, by Mirza Abu'1-Fadl. Cairo,

1900. Bahd'i Proofs, by Mirza Abu'1-Fadl. Cairo,

1925. *

Tablet to the Hague. Risdliy-i-Amriyyih, by Mustafa. Cairo. Kitdb-i-lqdn. Cairo, 1934.

TURKISH


Talk About the Bahd'i Faith. Baku.

Talk in New York. Baku, 1922, 'fshqabad,

1916.

Bahd'i Hareketi. Istanbul, 1930. Bahd 'u'lldh and the New Era. Istanbul, 1932.

BURMESE

So me Answered Questions. Mandalay, 1915.

Revelation of Bahd' u'lldh. Mandalay, 1907.

Hujjatu'lldhu'l-Bdlighih. Rangoon, 1927.

What Is the Bahd'i Movement. Rangoon.

Durus-i-Akhldqiyyih. Mandalay, 1930.

Huquqii'l-tnsdniyyih. Mandalay, 1928.

Mizdnu'l-Furgdn. Mandalay, 1908.

Durusu'd-Diydnih. Mandalay, 1922.

Tablet of Love. Mandalay, 1922.

Bahd'i Principles. Mandalay, 1919.

To Live the Life. Mandalay.

Shajaratu'l-Adydn. Rangoon, 1909.

Su'al va Javdb.

' Aqd'id-i-Bahd'iydn.

The Bahd'i Short Thesis. Mandalay, 1913.

Nizdm-Ndmih. 1 907.

Short History of the Cause, A. 1913.

Divine Laws.

Bahd'u'lldh and the New Era. Mandalay,

1933. Kitdb-i-iqdn (manuscript).

CHINESE

Bahd'u'lldh and the New Era. Shanghai, 1931.

The Most Great Peace. Shanghai, 1931.

Light of the Age. Shanghai, 1926.

The Valuable Contribution of the Bahd'i Cause (/,//). Shanghai, 1932.

The Bahd'i Cause in China. Shanghai, Book- let No. 9.

Paris Talks. Shanghai, 1931.

Kitdb-i-lqdn. Shanghai.

The Goal of a New World Order. Shanghai, 1931.

Tablets of Bahd'u'lldh (in manuscript).

Hidden Words. Canton, 1937.

Index to Some Answered Questions. Shang- hai, 1933.

Some Answered Questions (in preparation) .

HEBREW

Bahd'u'lldh and the New Era. Haifa, 1931. TATAR


Bahd'u'lldh and ' Abdu'l-Bahd. Baku, 1915. Vahdat, by 'Abdu'1-Baha. Tashkand, 1918.


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GUJRATI

Fardmin-Bahi, by Mirza Abu'1-Fadl. Bom- bay, 1921. Bahd'u'lldh and the New Era. Bombay, 1932.

JAPANESE

What Is Bahd'tsm, by Dr. G. J. Augur. 1916. A Letter to the Women of Japan, by Agnes

B. Alexander. 1916. Religion of Love. 1917. The Most Great Peace, translated by Dr.

Inouye. 1917. Mashriqu'l-Adhkdr, translated by Dr. Inouye.

1918. The Bahd't Revelation, translated by Dr.

Inouye. 1920.

The Call, translated by T. Torii. 1920. What Is the Bahd'i Movement, translated by

T. Inouye. 1929.

New Civilization, by K. Torikai. 1917. Bahd'u'lldh and the New Era. Tokyo, 1932. Hidden Words. Tokyo, 1937.

ARMENIAN

Hidden Words (in manuscript) .

What Is the Bahd't Movement? 1933, Prag.


Pamphlet. 1920, Cajro.

Pamphlet. 1928, Istanbul.

Bahd'u'lldh and the New Era. 1933, Aleppo.

Some Answered Questions (in manuscript).

Kitdb-i-tqdn (in manuscript).

TAMIL

The Revelation of Bahd'u'lldh, by I. Brit- tingham, translated by V. M. Swami. Rangoon, 1906.

KURDISH Bahd'u'lldh and the New Era. Baghdad, 1934.

SINDHI Bahd'u'lldh and the New Era (in press).

BENGALI Bahd'u'lldh and the New Era. 1937.

HINDI

Bahd'u'lldh and the New Era (in press). ABYSSINIAN (AMHARIC)

Bahd'u'lldh and the New Era. Addis Ababa,

1935. Pamphlet.


2 5 .

BAHA'I LITERATURE IN BRAILLE


(FOR THE BLIND)

Words of Wisdom.

A Letter to the Blind Women in Japan, by

Agnes B. Alexander. Tokyo, 1917. Seek and it shall be given you, by Tokijiro

Torii. Tokyo, 1917. What Is the Bahd'i Movement? by T. Inouye.

1929.

La Bahaa Revelacio. 1929. Goal of a New World Order.


Bahd't Economics.


Divine Philosophy.

The Hidden Words, by Baha'u'llah.

Book of Prayers.

Seven Valleys, by Baha'u'llah.

The Kitdh'i-tqdn, by Baha'u'llah.

Ishrdqdt, by Baha'u'llah.

Suratu'l-Haykal, by Baha'u'llah.

Some Answered Questions, by 'Abdu'1-Baha

(in part).

Bahd'u'lldh and the New Era. California. Golden Age of the Cause of Bahd'u'lldh.


BRAILLE-BAHA'I TRANSCRIPTIONS, 1935-1937

AMERICA Hidden Words and Words of Wisdom, by

Baha'u'llah. Bahd 'u'lld h, a i$th Century Prophet and His La Bahaa Revelacio, No. 9 (Esperanto).

Message, by Dr. Esslemont. Bahd'i Teachings on Economics.

Bahd'i Peace Program. Hidden Words, by Baha'u'llah.


BAHA'f BIBLIOGRAPHY


603


Divine Philosophy of 'Abdu'l-Bahd. Bahd'i Teachings on Economics.

Revelation of Bahd'u'lldh, by Mrs. Britting- Babd'u'lldb Kaj la Nova Epoko, by Dr. Essie- ham, mont (in Esperanto, not yet completed).

Golden Age of the Cause of Babd'u'lldb, by The fqdn The Book of Certitude, by Baha'- Shoghi Effendi. u'llah.

Bahd'u'lldh and His Message. The Reality of Man A Compilation, by

Observations of a Bahd'i Traveller, by C. M. Horace Holley (not yet completed). Remey.

Oneness of Mankind.

Compilation from the Utterances (not com- pleted).

Hidden Words of Babd'u'lldb and Words of Wisdom, by BahaVllah.

Wisdom of 'Abdu'l-Bahd, by 'Abdu'1-Baha. Bahd > u > ndh Kaj \ a Nova Epok0y by Dr . Ess i e .

Bahd'i Prayers and Meditations of Bahd'u'l- mont , in Esoeranto ^ lab and 'Abdu'l-Bahd.

Hidden Words of Babd'u'lldb and Words of Wisdom, by BahaVllah.

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FRANCE Essai sur le Bahd'isme, by Hippolyte Dreyfus.

CZECHOSLOVAKIA

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Bahd'i News. The bulletin of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the United States and Canada.

Bahd'i News Letter. The Bulletin of the National Spiritual Baha'is of Egypt.

Bahd'i News Letter.

National Spiritual Assembly Baha'is of India and Burma.

Bahd'i News Letter. The Bulletin of National Spiritual Baha'is of 'Iraq.

Bahd'i News Letter. National Spiritual Baha'is of Australia and New Zealand.

Bulletin, International Bahd'i. 19- A Ave- nue de Champel, Geneva, Switzerland.

Herald of the South, The. The Baha'i magazine for New Zealand and Australia. Address: P.O. Box 447D, Adelaide, Aus- tralia.

Kawkab-i-Hind: a monthly Indian Urdu


The Bulletin of the Assembly ' of the


Magazine. Edited and published in Delhi, India, by Jinab-i-"Mawlavi-Fadil" Siyyid Mahfuzu'1-Haqq 'Ilmi under the auspices of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of India and Burma. Address: Karol Bagh, Delhi, India.

News Letter from Baha'is of the British Isles.

Sonne der Wahrheit, Organ des Deutschen Baha'is. Stuttgart, Verlag des Deutschen Baha'i-Bundes, monthly since March, 1921. 3. Alexanderstr., Stuttgart, Ger- many.

Unity of the East and the West Committee. c/o Dr. Y. Afrukhtih, Avenue Bargru Tihran, Iran.

World Order. Official magazine of the Baha'is of the United States and Canada. Published monthly in New York. Edi- tors, Marjory Morten, Stanwood Cobb and Horace Holley. Editorial office, 119 Wa- verly Place, New York, N. Y.

Bahd'i Youth (Quarterly) .


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Welt-Missions-Konferenz, Edinburgh, 1910, in: "Reich Chris ti" (Dr. Lepsius-Pots- dam) . 1911, Bericht der Kommission IV, "Islam," p. llf.

Wright, A. H., in: Zeitschrift der Deutschen morgenlandischen Gesellschaft 1851. Artikel: "Bab und seine Sekte in Persien." p. 384f.

IRANIAN

Ndsikhu't-Tavdrikh, The. Nur-i-Haqjqat, The.

ICELANDIC

Thordason Thorburger: Alphjodamdl og Mdlleysur (International Languages and Bad Languages), 1933.

LITHUANIAN

Salcius Matas: "Sveciuost Pas 40 Tautu" (A Guest of Forty Nations). Vol. II, chap. "The Baha'i Sanctuary"; vol. Ill, pp. 174-77, chap. "Impressions of Baha'is in Hamadan and Tihran," 1935.

RUMANIAN

Eugen Relgis: Cos mo met a polls. Cultura Poporului B, dul Academici 2, Bucharest, 1935.

DANISH

Salmonsens Konversationsleksikon, Copen- hagen, 1894, 1915.

Benedict sen, Aage Meyer: Vore Dages Persien, Copenhagen, 1903.

Christensen, Arthur: H in sides det Kaspiskc Hav, Copenhagen, 1918, pp. 127-143.

Christensen, Arthur: Det Gamle ag det nyc Persien, Copenhagen, 1930.

lllustreret Dansk Konversationsleksikon, Copenhagen, 1933.

Hagerups Konversationsleksikon, Copen- hagen, 1920.

HUNGARIAN

Ligeti Paul: The Way Out of Chaos, Buda- pest.


BAHA'f BIBLIOGRAPHY


611


28.

REFERENCES TO THE BAHA'f FAITH IN MAGAZINES BY NON-BAHA'i WRITERS


AMERICAN MAGAZINES

American Journal of Theology, January, 1902.

American Astrology, April, 1938.

Architectural Record, The, June, 1920.

Art World, March, 1917.

Asia, May, 1924.

Atlantic Monthly, September, 1926.

Bell Telephone News, February, 1937.

Bibliotheca Sacra, January, 1915.

Book Buyer, June, 1901.

Chambers 9 Journal.

Crisis, The, May, 1912.

Crisis, The, June, 1912.

Chicagoan, September, 1931.

Construction Methods, August, 1931.

Construction Methods, July, 1933.

Contemporary Review, August, 1869.

Contemporary Review, October, 1869.

Contemporary Review, March, 1912.

Contemporary Review Advertiser, Decem- ber, 1885.

Current History, December, 1925.

C^irrent Literature, July, 1901,

Current Literature, September, 1911.

Current Literature, June, 1912.

Eclectic Magazine, February, 1886.

Eclectic Magazine, September, 1896.

Engineering News-Record, January 8, 1931.

Esoteric Christianity, February, 1915.

Everybody's, December, 1911.

Everywoman, December, 1915.

Everywoman, December, 1916.

Fortnightly Review, June, 1911.

Fortnightly Review, April, 1912.

Fortnightly Review, June, 1913.

Forum, July, 1925.

Friends' Intelligencer, September, 1925.

Harper's Weekly, July, 1912.

Harper's Magazine, October, 1937.

Hearst's Magazine, July, 1912.

Highway Traveler, The, October-November, 1937.

Independent, April, 1912.

Independent, July, 1912.

Independent, September, 1912.

Independent, December, 1921.


Journal of the American Concrete Institute, March-April, 1934, and July, 1933. De- troit, Mich.

Journal of Air Law, January, 1934. Chicago.

Littel's Living Age, August, 1869.

Literary Digest, May, 1912.

Literary Digest, August, 1920.

Literary Digest, December, 1921.

Magazine Digest, June, 1934.

Mentor, The, November, 1920.

Missionary Review, October, 1902.

Missionary Review, February, 1904.

Missionary Review, March, 1904.

Missionary Review, May, 1906.

Missionary Review, October, 1911.

Missionary Review, October, 1914.

Missionary Review, August, 1919.

Missionary Reviews, October, 192 1.

Moslem World, October, 1931.

Nation (N. Y.), June 21, 1866.

National, December, 1908.

National,Uzy, 1922.

Nineteenth Century, February, 1915.

New York Times, February, 1913.

New York Times Book Review, August 1, 1920.

North American, April, 1901.

North American, June, 1912.

Open Court, June, 1904.

Open Court, August, 1915.

Open Court, October, 1915.

Open Court, November, 1915.

Open Court, August, 1916.

Open Court, October, 1916.

Open Court, November, 1916.

Open Court, March, 1931.

Outlook, June, 1901.

Outlook, June, 1912.

Outlook, December, 1920.

Outlook, December, 1921.

Psychology Magazine, May, 1930.

Review of Reviews, February, 1901.

Review of Reviews, January, 1909.

Review of Reviews, June, 1912.

Review of Reviews, February, 1922.

Scientific American, August, 1920.

Sentinel, The, November 18, 1937.

Signs of the Times, April, 1938.


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Spokesman, The (Negro), September, 1925.

Story Magazine, November, 1937.

Survey, April, 1912.

Time, July 20, 1931.

Unity, February, 1918.

Unity, December, 1921.

Unify .April, 1929.

U. S. Steel News, March, 1937.

Wilme tte Life, July, 1936.

WilmetteLife, May, 1937.

Wilmette Life, September 14, 1933, Wii-

mette, 111.

Winnetka Talks, October, 1937. World Observer, The, September, 1937. World's Work, July, 1912. World's Work, July, 1922. World Unity, December, 1930. World Unity, February, 1933.

ENGLISH MAGAZINES

Academy, The, March, 1895. All the Year Around, July, 1869. Arena, The, November, 1904. Asiatic Quarterly Review, April, 1913. Christian Commonwealth, January 1 , 1913. Christian Commonwealth, January 22, 1913. Christian Commonwealth, January 29, 1913. Christian Commonwealth, February 12,

1913. Clifton Chronicle and Directory, January,

1913.

Edinburgh Evening News, January, 1913. Illustrated Weekly of India, March 24, 1931. Indian Review (Madras), August, 1914. The Inquirer, May 16, 1931, London. Inquirer and Christian Life, May 10, 1930. International Psychic Gazette, Nos. 6 and 7. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, Vol.

XXI, 1889-1892. London Budget, January, 1913. Saturday Review, January, 1894. Scots Pictorial, January, 1913. Scottish Review, April, 1892. Speaking of Women, July, 1936. Spectator, The, April, 1892. Sunday Herald, Woking, London, January

24, 1913. Town and Country News, November 24,

1933, London. Vedic Magazine (Lahore), Vol. 8, No. 9.

FRENCH MAGAZINES UAnnee Philosophique, Vol. Ill, 1869.


Revue de I'Histoire des Religions, Vol.

XVIII. Revue Critique d'Histoire et de Litterature,

April 18, 1887.

Ulllustration, September 30, 1933. ]o^^rnal Asiatique, Vol. II. Journal Asiatique, Vols.VII, VIII, 1866. Journal Asiatique, Vol. X. Revue Moderne, 1865-1866. Ret la, March, 1937. Bulletin Melanges Asiatique, Vol. IV. Bulletin de I'Academie Imperiale de S/.

Petersburg, Vols. VIII, IX. Revue du Monde Musulman, IX, 339-341. Le Reveil Normand, January, 1936, Le

Havre.

Le Libre ^change, January, 1936, Paris. Uen dehors, December, 1936, Orleans.

SWISS MAGAZINES

Sufi Quarterly, March, 1928 (published in English) .

NETHERLAND MAGAZINES

Wereld Kronick, April 7, 1934, Rotterdam.

RUSSIAN Zapiski, by Baron Rosen, 1889.

GERMAN

Deutsche Rundschau, Vol. XVIII, 1879. Journal of tlye German Oriental Society,

Vol. V, 1851.

Oriental Literatiirzeitung, 1909. Zeit thrift fiir Assyriologie, Vol. XXII, 337.

BELGIAN

Lumiere et Liber te, November, 1935, Brus- sels.

Le Rouge et le Noir, November 27, 1935, Brussels.

PORTUGUESE

Correio do Brasit, November 11, 1935, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, S. A.

RUMANIAN

Santier, 1934, Bucharest. Cuvantul Liber, October 26, 1935, Bucha- rest.

SPANISH

La Prensa, December 15, 193 5, Buenos Aires, Argentina, S. A.


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Spain. Pan, January 15, 1936, Buenos Aires,

Argentina, S. A. Naturlagen, April, 1936.


NORWAY


DANISH

Dansk Fidsskrift, August, 1903.


MEXICAN

Pan-American Review, 1937.


29.

REFERENCES TO THE BAH A 'I FAITH BY BAHA'IS IN NON-BAHA'I PUBLICATIONS


Time and Tide, April 14, 1934, London.

Kaisar-i-Hind, December 31, 1933. Bombay.

Religious Education, September, 1932. Chi- cago.

The New Humanist, January-February, 1933. Chicago.

Fomm, May, 1916. New York.

Forum, August, 1917. New York.

Literary Digest, November 20, 1931. New York.

New Orient, January, 1926. New York.

Open Court, July, 1931. Chicago.

The Religions Highway, April, 1933. Tokyo.


Oregon Mineralogist, January, 1934. Port- land, Oregon.

Unity, February 19, 1934. Chicago.

Sanj Vartaman, September, 1933. Bombay.

The Quarterly Journal of Speech, March- April, 1934. Ann Arbor, Michigan.

The China Critic, May 25, 1933. Shanghai.

World Unity, April, 1932. New York.

World Unity, November, 1933 (and succes- sive issues). New York.

The Gift and Art Shop, August, 1932. New York.

Women, March, April, 1936. Chicago.


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THE BAHA'f WORLD


TRANSLITERATION OF

ORIENTAL WORDS

FREQUENTLY USED IN BAHA'f

LITERATURE


'Aba

Abadih

'Abbas

'Abdu'1-Baha

'Abdu'l-Hamid

'Abdu'l-Husayn

'Abdu'llah

Abha

Abu'1-Fadl

'Adasiyyih

Adhan

Adhjrbayjan

Afnan

Aghsan

'Ahd

Ahmad

Ahsa'i

Ahvaz

Akbar

'Akka

'Ala'

'Ali

'Ali-Muhammad

Allah-u-Abha

Alvah

Alvah-i-Salatin

Amin

Amir

Amir-Nizam

Amru'llah

Amul

Anzali

Aqa

Aqdas

  • Arabistan

Asma*

'Avasjhiq

Ayadi

Azal


'Azamat 'Aziz

Bab

Babi

Babu'1-Bab

Baghdad

Bahl

Baha'i

BahaVllah

Bahiyyih

Bahji

Baluchistan

Bandar-'Abbas

Baqir

Baqiyyatu'llah

Barfurush

Basrih

Baalim

Bayan

Bayt

Big

Birjand

Bisharat

Bismi'llah

Bukhara

Burujird

Bushihr

Bushru'i

Bushruyih

Chihriq

Dala'il-i-Sab'ih

Darughih

Dawlat-Abad

Dhabib

Duzdab


Fara'id

Faran

Farman

Farrash-Bashi

Fars

Farsakh

Fath-'Ali

Firdaws

Firdawsi

Ganjih

Gilan

Gul

Gulastan

Gurgin

Habib


Hadrat


Haji Mirza Aqa si

Hajj

Hamadan

Hasan

Haydar-'Ali

Haykal

Haziratu'1-Quds

yijaz

Himmat-Abad

Hujjat

Husayn

Huvaydar

Ibrahim

ii

'Ilm

Imam

Imam-Jum'ih

Imam-Zadih


fqan

Iran

'Iraq

'Iraqi

  • Iraq-i-'Ajam

Isfahan

'Ishqabad

Ishraqat

Ishtihard

Islam

Islamic

Isma'iliyyih

Istarabad

'Izzat

Jalal

Jamadiyu'l-Avval

Jamal

Jamal-i-Mubarak

Jamal-i-Qidam

Jasb

Jubbih

Kaaba

Ka'bih

Kad-Khuda

Kalantar

Kalim

Kalimat

Kamal

Karand

Karbila

Kashan

Kashkul

Kawmu's-Sa'ayidih

Kawthar

Kazim

Kazimayn

Khalklial


TRANSLITERATION OF ORIENTAL WORDS


615


Khan


Mufti


Qudrat


Sufi


Khaniqayn


Muhammad


Qum


Sulayman


Khayli khub


Muliammad-'Ali


Qur'an


Sultan


Khurasan


Muhammarih


Qurban


Sultan-Abad


Khuy


Muharram


Qurratu'l-'Ayn


Sultanate


Kirman


Mujtahid



Sultanu'sh-Shuhada*


Kirmanshah


Mulk


Rafsinjan


Sunni


Kitab-i-'Ahd


Mulla


Rahim


Sunnites


Kitab-i-Aqdas


Munirih


Rahman


Suratu'l-Haykal


Kitab-i-Asma'


Mustafa


Rahmat


Surih


Kitab-i-Badi'


Mustaghath


Ra'is


Suriy-i-Damm


Kitab-i-tqan


Muzaffari'd-Din


Ramadan


Suriy-i-Ghusn


Kulah



Rasht


Suriy-i-Ra'is


Kurdistan


Nabii


Rawhani


Suriy-i-Sabr



Nabil-i-A'zam


Ridvan



Lahijan


Najaf


Ruhu'Hah


Tabriz

T" 1 ' "1


Lar


Najaf-Abad



lahirih


Lawh


Naqidin


Sabzivar


Tajalliyat


Luristan


Nasir


Sadratu'l-Muntaha


Takur



NasiriM-Din


Sahibu'z-Zaman


Taqi


Madrisih


Navvab


Sahifatu'l-Haramayn


Tarazat


Mahbubu'sh-Shuhada'


Naw-Ruz


Said


Tarbiyat


Mahd-i-'Ulya


Nayriz


Salsibil


Tashkand


Mah-Ku


Nishabur


Samarqand


Tawhid


Mahmud


Nuqtih


Sangsar


Thurayya


Malayir


Nur'


Sari


Tihran


Man-Yuzhiruhu'llah



Sha*ban


Tuman


Maqam


Pahlavi


Shah


Turkistan


Maraghih


Pr r aran


Shahid


  • TT1ima


Marbaba Marv


Qadi ^


Shahmirzad Shahrud


U ia.lTla.

Urumiyyih

  • Uthman


Masa'il


Qadiyan


Sharaf



Mash had


Qahqahih


Shari'ah


Vahid


Mashiyyat


Qa'im


Shaykh


Vali


Mashriqu'l-Adhkar


Qajar


Shaykh-Tabarsi


Vali-'Ahd


Masjid


Qalyan


Shaykhu'l-Islam


Varqa


Maydan


Qamsar


Shi'ih


Vazir


Mazindaran


Qasr-i-Shirin


Shiites



Mihdi


Qawl


Shiraz


Ya-Baha'u'1-Abha


Mibrab


Qayyum


Shushtar


Yahya


Milan


Qayyumu'1-Asma*


Simnan


Yazd


Mi'raj


Qazvin


Sisan



Mirza


Qiblih


Sistan


Zanjan


Mishkin-Qalam


Quchan


Siyah-Chal


Zarand


Mu'adhdhin


Quddus


Siyyid


Zaynu'l-Muqarrabin


616 THE BAHA'f WORLD

GUIDE TO TRANSLITERATION AND

PRONUNCIATION OF THE

IRANIAN ALPHABET


1



th



Jl




J> JS t


  • ^X

o


& J

J


k

g i

m


a as in account


i as (e) in best


u as (o) in short


aw . as in mown


a . as in


i as (ce) in


u as (oo) in



arm


meet


moon



The "i" added to the name of a town signifies "belonging to." Thus, Shirazi means native of Shiraz.


NOTES ON PRONUNCIATION OF fRANIAN 617


NOTES ON THE PRONUNCIATION OF IRANIAN


The emphasis in Iranian words is more or less evenly distributed, each syllable being equally stressed as in French. For example, do not say Tabriz or Ta^rsi; stay as long on one syllable as on the next: Tabriz; Ta- bar-si. (While there are many exceptions to this rule, it is the most generally correct method of treating the question of stress.)

A frequent mistake is the failure to dis- tinguish between broad and flat 'Vs." This differentiation makes the language especially musical and should be observed: in the word Af nan, for example, pronounce the first "a" as in mat, and the second syllable to rhyme with on. Americans are apt to pronounce short "a" plus "r" like the verb form are; this is a mistake; "ar" should be pronounced as in the name of Harry cf . Tarbiyat.

The same differentiation should be ob- served in the case of long and short "i" and long and short "u". As the guide to the transliteration indicates, short "i" is like "e" in best, and long "i" like "ce" in meet; for example, Ibrahim is pronounced Eb-ra- heem; Islam is Ess-lahm. Short "u" being like "o" in short, and long "u" being like "oo" in moon, the following would be pro- nounced: Quddus Qod-dooss; Barfurush Bar-fo-roosh.

Pronounce "aw" to rhyme with oh, or mown; Naw-Ruz is No-Rooz.

The following consonants may be pro- nounced like z: dh, z, z, d.


The following consonants may be pro- nounced like ss: th, s, s.

Zh is pronounced like the "s" in pleasure. Kh is pronounced like "ch" in Scotch loch or German nacht. Do not pronounce it as "k." Westerners are as a rule incapable of pronouncing gh and "q"; a guttural French "r" will serve here; otherwise use hard "g" as in good.

H and h, approximately like the English aspirate "h," should never be dropped. Tihran is Teh-ron; madrisih is mad-res-seh; Mihrab is Meh-rob.

In the case of double letters pronounce each separately: 'Ab-bas.

The character transliterated (') represents a pause; it is not unlike the initial sound made in pronouncing such a word as every. The word Baha'i is phonetically as follows: "a" as in account; "a" as in father; ('), pause; "i" as ee in meet.

The character transliterated (') may also be treated as a pause.

N.B. As f ranian often indicates no vowel sounds and as its pronunciation differs in dif- ferent localities throughout Iran and the Near East as well as among individuals in any given locality, a uniform sys- tem of transliteration such as the above, which is in use by Baha'i communities all over the world, is indispensable to the student.


DEFINITIONS OF

ORIENTAL TERMS USED IN

BAHA'I LITERATURE


t Aba: Cloak or mantle.

'Abdu'1-Baha: Servant of Baha.

Adhan: Muslim call to prayer.

Adib: literally "the learned."

Aghsan: literally "branches." Denotes sons and descendants of BahaVllah.

Afnan: literally "twigs." Denotes the rela- tions of the Bab.

A.H.: "After Hijirah." Date of Mu- hammad's migration from Mecca to Medina, and basis of Muhammadan chron- ology.

Akbar: "Greater."

  • Ama: literally "light cloud," symbolizes the

"First Invisible Substance."

Amin: literally "the trusted."

Amir: ",Lord," "prince," "commander," "governor."

Aqa: "Master." Title given by BahaVllah to 'Abdu'1-Baha.

A'zam: "The greatest."

Bab: "Gate." Title assumed by Mirza 'Ali- Muhammad, after the declaration of His Mission in Shiraz in May, 1844 A.D.

Babi: Follower of the Bab.

Badi': literally "the wonderful."

Baha: "Glory," "splendor," "light." Title by which BahaVllah (Mirza Husayn- 'Ali) is designated.

Baha'i: Follower of BahaVllah.

Bahji: literally "delight." Denotes that part of the Plain of 'Akka where the Shrine and the Mansion of BahaVllah are situ- ated.

Bani-Hashim: The family from which Mu- hammad descended.

Baqiyyatu'llah: "Remnant of God"; title applied both to the Bab and to Bahd 5 - u'ilah.

Bayan: "Utterance," "explanation." Title given by the Bab to His Revelation, par- ticularly to His Books.


Big: Honorary title, lower title than Khan. Bisharat: literally "Glad-tidings." Title of one of the Tablets of BahaVllah.

Caravansarai: An inn for caravans.

Darughih: "High constable." Dawlih: "State," "government."

^'Endowed with constancy": a title given to Prophets who revealed a book and insti- tuted religious laws.

Farman: "Order," "command," "royal de- cree."

Farrash: "Footman," "lictor," "attendant."

Farrash-Bashi : The head-farrash.

Farsakh: Unit of measurement. Its length differs in different parts of the country according to the nature of the ground, the local interpretation of the term being the distance which a laden mule will walk in the hour, which varies from three to four miles. Arabicised from the Iranian "par- sang," and is supposed to be derived from pieces of stone (sang) placed on the road- side.

"Fourth Heaven": One of the stages of the invisible Realm.

"Guarded Tablet": Denotes the Knowledge of God and of His Manifestation.

Haji: A Muhammadan who has performed the pilgrimage to Mecca.

Haziratu'1-Quds: Baha'i Headquarters.

Hijirah: literally "migration." The basis of Muhammadan chronology. The date of Muhammad's migration from Mecca to Medina.

Howdah: A litter carried by a camel, mule, horse or elephant for traveling pur- poses.


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DEFINITIONS OF ORIENTAL TERMS


619


11: "Clan."

Imam: Title of the twelve Shi*ih successors

of Muhammad. Also applied to Muslim

religious leaders. Imam-Jum'ih: The leading imam in a town

or city; chief of the mullas. Imam-Zadih: Descendants of an imam or his

shrine. Iqan: literally "Certitude." The title of

BahaVllah's epistle to the uncle of the

Bab. Ishraqat: literally "effulgences." Title of

one of the Tablets of Baha'u'llah. Israfil: The Angel whose function is to

sound the trumpet on the Day of Judg- ment.

Jahiliyyih: The dark age of ignorance

among the Arabs before the appearance of

Muhammad. Jamal-i-Mubarak: literally "the Blessed

Beauty,'* applied by certain Baha'is to

Baha'u'llah. Jamal-i-Qidam: literally "the ancient

Beauty." Applied by certain Baha'is to

Baha'u'llah. Jubbih: An outer coat.

Ka'bih: Ancient shrine at Mecca. Now recognized at 'the most holy shrine of Islam.

Kabir: literally "great."

Kad-Khuda: Chief of a ward or parish in a town; head-man of a village.

Kalantar: "Mayor."

Kalim: "One who discourses."

Kalimat: literally "words." Title of one of the Tablets of Baha'u'llah.

Karbila'i: A Muhammadan who has per- formed the pilgrimage to Karbila.

Kawthar: A river in Paradise, whence all the other rivers derive their source.

Khan: "Prince," "lord," "nobleman," "chief- tain."

Kitab-i-Aqdas: literally "The Most Holy Book." Title of BahaVllah's Book of Laws.

Kulah: The Iranian lambskin hat worn by government employees and civilians.

Madrisih: Religious college. Man-Yuzhiruhu'llah: "He Whom God will

make manifest." The title given by the

Bab to the promised One.


Mashhadi: A Muhammadan who has per- formed the pilgrimage to Mashhad.

Mashriqu'l-Adhkar: literally "the dawning place of the praise of God." Title desig- nating Baha'i House of Worship.

Masjid: Mosque, temple, place of worship.

Maydan: A subdivision of a farsakh. A square or open place.

Mihdi: Title of the Manifestation expected by Islam.

Mihrab: The principal place in a mosque where the imam prays with his face turned towards Mecca.

Mi'raj: "Ascent," used with reference to Muhammad's ascension to heaven.

Mirza: A contraction of Amir-Zadih, mean- ing son of Amir. When affixed to a name it signifies prince; when prefixed simply Mr.

Mishkin-Qalam: literally "the musk-scented pen."

Mu'adhdhin: The one who sounds the Adhan, the Muhammadan call to prayer.

Mujtahid: Muhammadan doctor-of-law. Most of the mujtahids of fran have re- ceived their diplomas from the most emi- nent jurists of Karbila and Najaf.

Mulla: Muhammadan priest.

Mustaghath: "He Who is invoked." The numerical value of which has been assigned by the Bab as the limit of the time fixed for the advent of the promised Manifesta- tion.

Nabil: "Learned," "noble."

Naw-Ruz: "New Day." Name applied to the Baha'i New Year's Day; according to the Iranian Calendar the day on which the sun enters Aries.

Nuqtih: "Point."

Pahlavan: "Athlete," "champion"; term ap- plied to brave and muscular men.

Qadi: Judge; civil, criminal, and ecclesias- tical.

Qa'im: "He Who shall arise." Title desig- nating the promised One of Islam.

Qalyan: A pipe for smoking through water.

Qiblih: The direction to which people turn in prayer; especially Mecca, the Qiblih of all Muhammadans.

Qurban: "Sacrifice."


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Ri^van: The name of the custodian of Para- Siyyid: Descendant of the Prophet Muham- dise. BahaVllah uses it to denote Paradise mad. itself. Surih: Name of the chapters of the Qur'an.


Sadratu'l-Muntaha: the name of a tree planted by the Arabs in ancient times at the end of a road, to serve as a guide. As a symbol it denotes the Manifestation of God in His Day.

Sahibu'z-Zaman: "Lord of the Age*'; one of the titles of the promised Qa'im.

Salsabil: A fountain in Paradise.

Samandar: literally "the phoenix."

Sarkar-i-Aqa: literally the "Honorable Mas- ter," applied by certain Baha'is to 'Abd- u'l-Baha.

"Seal of the Prophets": One of the titles of Muhammad.

"Seventh Sphere": The highest stage of the invisible Realm. Denotes also the Mani- festation of BahaVllah.

Shahid: "Martyr." Plural of martyr is Shu- hada.

Shaykhu'l-Islam: Head of religious court, appointed to every large city by the Shah.

Sirat: literally "bridge" or "path," denotes the religion of God.


Tajalliyat: literally "splendors." Title of one of the Tablets of BahaVllah.

Tarazat: literally "ornaments." Title of one of the Tablets of BahaVllah.

Tuman: A sum of money equivalent to a dollar.

'Urvatu'l-Vuthqa: literally "the strongest handle," symbolic of the Faith of God.

Vali-'Ahd: "Heir to the throne." Varaqiy-i- 4 Ulya: literally "the most exalted

Leaf," applied to Bahiyyih Khanum, sister

of 'Abdu'1-Baha, Varqa: literally "the dove." Vilayat: guardianship.

"White Path": Symbolizes the Religion of God.

Zadih: "Son."

Zaynu'l-Muqarrabin: literally "the Orna- ment of the favored."