July 28, 2010

Maternal cousin of the Bab with some early believers

Haji Mirza Muhammad Taqi Afnan, Vakilu'd-Dawlih, center, maternal cousin of
the Bab, who largely paid for and supervised the building of the Mashriqu'l-Adhkar in 'Ishqabad, Russia.

July 27, 2010

1924 -- Martha Root with some Baha'is in Melbourne, Australia

Martha Root with some Baha'is in Melbourne, Australia, 1924
Front row, left to right: Mrs. Laws, and Martha Root; second row, left to right, Mrs. Stanton, Mrs. Thornton, Miss McLughlin; standing, left to right, Miss Hastings, Mrs. Harris, and Mrs. Dinson.

July 24, 2010

1921 -- Baha'i Feast in Seoul Korea

The Baha'i Feast given to Miss Agnes Alexander, September 9, 1921 in Seoul, Korea.
Agnes Alexander brought the Baha'i Message to Korea

July 23, 2010

The Boys and Girls Schools in Ishqabad, Russia, 1925

The Boys School in Ishqabad, Russia, 1925

The Girls School in Ishqabad, Russia, 1925

July 20, 2010

1925 -- Seventeenth Annual Convention of the Baha'is of US and Canada

Delegates and friends attending the Seventeenth Annual Convention and Congress of the Baha'is of the United States and Canada, at Green Acre, Eliot, Main, July 5, 1925

July 17, 2010

July 15, 2010

Vaffa and Saffa Kinney of New York city

Carrie and Edward Kinney of New York
'Abdu'l-Baha gave Edward the name Saffa (serenity) and Carrie, Vaffa which means certitude.

July 11, 2010

1920 -- Twelveth Annual Mashriqu'l-Adhkar Convention in New York

Baha'i delegates and friends attending the twelveth annual Mashriqu'l-Adhkar convention in New York city

July 7, 2010

1920 -- A Famous Persian Travel Teacher Meets the Baha'is in Washington DC

A Persian Travel Teacher, Jenab-i-Fazel Mazandarani meets Baha'i friends in Washington, DC. Also seen in the picture is Manucher Khan sitting next to Jenab-i-Fazel.

July 6, 2010

1920 -- Some Believers from West and East in Tehran, Persia

Some believers from East and West in Tehran, Iran, 1920
Standing, left to right: Elizabeth H Stewart, Muhammad Labib (just returened from Haifa), Dr. Sarah Clock, Mirza Nur'd-Din. Seated, left to right, Lillian Kappes, Mahboobe (niece of Muhammad Labib), Dr. Susan Moody, Monavar (orphan from Qazwin in Tarbiat School), and Ghodieh Ashraf (just returned from America)