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"W. Smith Murray"
- Consideration of the Bahá'í religion, its Tenets, the Character of its Followers, and the Possibility of its Spread, A, by W. Smith Murray (1925). Lengthy report back to the US State Department by Murray, who was then in charge of the U.S. Consulate in Tihran, on the Baha'is in the Middle East, the "Imbrie affair," the character of the Baha'is, and the possibility of the Faith's spread in Persia. Legal/gov't. Documents. [about]
- Report to the U.S. Secretary of State, by W. Smith Murray (1924). A report to the US Secretary of State by W. Smith Murray, who was in charge of the U.S. Consulate in Tihran, on report of the murder of Vice Consel Robert Imbrie in Tihran. Legal/gov't. Documents. [about]
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