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- I am a Bahá'í, by Guy Murchie (1958). "An Exotic Faith Has Built One of the World's Great Temples Here. A Believer Tells What That Faith Means to Him." Essays and short articles. [about]
- Men on the Horizon, by Guy Murchie (1932). Lengthy travel diary, the first book of a renowned journalist, war correspondent, and author/artist who would adopt the Bahá'í Faith in 7 years and published more extensively on Baha'i-inspired themes explicitly after 1955. Books. [about]
- Visit to Persia, A, by Guy Murchie, in Bahá'í News (1965). Notes from travels to Baha'i holy places in Iran in 1964, on a trip made with special permission from the House of Justice; includes descriptions of the architecture of the house and shop of the Bab, the birthplace of Baha'u'llah, and the Síyáh Chál. Essays and short articles. [about]
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