Written in Light:
‘Abdu’l-Bahá and the American Bahá’í Community, 1898-1921

Browse through the history of the American Bahá’í community with this delightful collection of photographs and text. Several new photos of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá are included which show his intimate relationship with the American believers. Other photos give a glimpse of early American Bahá’ís at work and at play, in Bahá’í meetings and in each other’s homes. These pictures–some serious, some playful–include children, youth, and adults. They demonstrate the strength, the depth, and the remarkable racial diversity of the early Bahá’ís. When you have this “family album,” you will discover the rich heritage left by our spiritual ancestors.

A beautiful, coffee-table sized book with sixty-two unique photographs. Perfect as a gift!

Book Author

R. Jackson Armstrong-Ingram

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$35.00

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Book Author

R. Jackson Armstrong-Ingram

Format

Hardcover

Language

English

Pages

136

Publisher
Year Published

1998

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‘Abdu’l-Bahá and the American Bahá’í Community, 1898-1921”