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"Arthur Pillsbury Dodge"
- The Bahá'í Revelation, by Arthur Pillsbury Dodge, in The Open Court (1905). Article, with photographs, correcting and expanding on some of Open Court's previous articles on the Faith. Introduced by Paul Carus with a brief essay, "The Behaist Movement." Published Articles. [about]
- Whence? Why? Whither?: Man, things, other things, by Arthur Pillsbury Dodge (1907). Meditations on the purpose of humanity, the reality of religion, signs of the Kingdom, racism, and prophecies fulfilled. Includes response to a speech on politics and history by Cornell University president Andrew D. White. Not yet proofread. Books. [about]
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