The Babi and Baha'i Religions: An Annotated Bibliography

Shoghi Effendi

1. Anon. "Review of Shoghi Effendi God Passes By (item x)." The Christian Century V (62 Jan 31, 1945): 146. C. 5.62.

2. Effendi, Shoghi. Une Communaute universelle: plan baha'i. [4] pp. Geneva: Bureau International Baha'i, n.d. [1939?]. Selections from French version of The Unfoldment of World Civilization (item x).

3. German trans. by Alice T. Schwarz, Die Hinscheiden Abdu'l-Bahas, Stuttgart, Verlag des deutschen Baha'i-Bundes, [before 1925] ed., 36 pp. Haifa: Rosenfeld Brothers, 1922. A panegyric devoted to the death and, more particularly, the funeral of Abbas Effendi 'Abd al-Baha', followed by selected quotations from his writings. It is not clear how the writing was divided between Shoghi Effendi and Lady Blomfield, but the style of the original passages is mainly hers.5.12, 5.106-108 c/r (and add?) biography, history.

4. Shoghi Effendi and Comp. Arjun Rastogi. The Generation of the Half-Light: A Compilation for Baha'i Youth. ix, 63 pp. New Delhi: Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1974. C. 5.57.

5. Shoghi Effendi and Comp. Gertrude Garrida. Directives from the Guardian. Reissued n.d. [after 1973, x, 80 pp.; separate printing for the NSA of the Baha'is of the Hawaiian Islands, 1973 ed., xiii, 92 pp. New Delhi: Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1973. A collection of 224 brief statements by Shoghi Effendi taken from the American magazine Baha'i News. The pieces are arranged alphabetically according to subject. In spite of their brevity, several of these excerpts are of considerable doctrinal interest. A list of references provides original publishing details. C. 5.43-45.

6. Shoghi Effendi and Comp. National Assembly of the Baha'is of the USA. Guidelines for Local Spiritual Assemblies. Wilmette, Ill.: Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1975.

7. Shoghi Effendi and Comp. National Baha'i Assembly of the USA. Baha'i Youth: A Compilation. 33. Wilmette, Ill.: Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1973. 5.27.

8. Shoghi Effendi and Comp. The Universal House of Justice. 5.76. The Institution of the Continental Boards of Counsellors. [Toronto, Ont.]: National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of Canada, n.d. [1970] p.; See 5.38-5.39, 5.55- idem. [Thornhill, Ont.]: National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of Canada, 1974. 17 p. Also as: Continental Boards of Counsellors. comp. the Universal House of Justice. London: Baha'i Publishing Trust, n.d. [1971] 20 p. (Baha'i Publishing Trust Compilation Series; no.2). First page title: The Functions of the Institutions of the Continental Boards of Counsellors and Their Auxiliary Boards. See 5.55, 5.76-5-77- idem. 2nd ed. London: Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1973. 24 p. (Baha'i Publishing Trust Compilation Series; no.2). First page title: The Functions of the Institutions of the Continental Boards of Counsellors and Their Auxiliary Boards.; Wilmette, Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1980 [double check that these are the same] Also as: The Functions of the Institutions of the Continental Boards of Counsellors and Their Auxiliary Boards. comp. Research Department of the Universal House of Justice. 2nd ed. (reprinted with additional material). London: Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1981. 23 p. Cover title: Continental Board of Counsellors. ed., Canada: The National Assembly of the Baha'is of Canada, n.d. [1970]. C. 5.38-39; 55; 76-77 c/r administration.

9. Shoghi Effendi and Comp. The Universal House of Justice. Call to the Nations. 5.30. idem. Haifa: Baha'i World Centre, 1977 [i.e., New Delhi: Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1977?] XViii, 69 p. ed., xviii, 69 pp. Haifa: Baha'i World Centre, 1977. C.5.29-30 A selection from Shoghi Effendi's letters pertaining to 'that Divine Civilization, the establishment of which is the primary mission of the Baha'i Faith'.

10. Shoghi Effendi and Comp. The Universal House of Justice. Centers of Baha'i Learning. 5.32. idem. Thornhill, Ont.: Baha'i Community of Canada, 1980. iii, 20 p. ed., iii, 20. Wilmette, Ill.: Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1980. A compilation on Baha'i summer schools and institutes and related topics. C.5.31-32.

11. Shoghi Effendi and Comp. The Universal House of Justice. Lifeblood of the Cause. Number 3 in a series issued by the Universal House of Justice, London: Baha'i Publishing Trust, [1970]. A collection of extracts from letters written by or on behalf of Shoghi Effendi on the subject of the Baha'i Funds. The funds in question are of a general and voluntary nature and distinct from the compulsory huquq Allah until recently contributed only by Baha'is in Islamic countries.

12. Shoghi Effendi and Comp. The Universal House of Justice. National Spiritual Assembly. 1st. ; Reprinted, Wilmette, Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1972; 2nd., enlarged ed., London, Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1973; combined with Spiritual Assemblies and Consultation (item x), New Delhi, Baha'i Publishing Trust ed., No. 5 in a series of compilations issued by the Universal House of Justice, London: Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1971. Extracts from letters by and on behalf of Shoghi Effendi dealing with the various functions of National Baha'i Assemblies. Contains much material not previously published.

13. Shoghi Effendi and Comp. The Universal House of Justice. The Baha'i Life. Also as: S.SI. Excerpts from the Writings of the Guardian on the Baha'i Life. comp. the Universal House of Justice. Toronto, Ont.: National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of Canada, I973. 22 p. And as: Living the Baha'i Life. [Manila]: National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the Philippines, 1980. 22 p. See 5.26, 5.51, 5-88-5-92- c/r personal development.

14. Shoghi Effendi and Comp. The Universal House of Justice. The Importance of Teaching Indigenous People. Reissued as Principles of Mass Teaching, 1971, 27 pp.; reissued with aditional material as A Special Measure of Love: The Importance and Nature of the Teaching Work Among the Masses, Wilmette, Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1974, v, 33 pp. (item xx). ed., 35. [Toronto, Ont.]: National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of Canada, 1968. A compilation of letters, the majority written on Shoghi Effendi's behalf, virtually all of them addressed to various national Baha'i assemblies, on the subject of converting indigenous peoples. The compilation was issued at a time when the theme of mass conversion was being given increasing emphasis internationally. 5.75, 5.120, 5.132.

15. Shoghi Effendi and comp. National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the United States. 5.151. World Order Unfolds: Excerpts from Messages of Shoghi Effendi. ii, 46 p. Wilmette, Ill.: Baha'i Publishing Committee, 1952. 5.151.

16. Shoghi Effendi and comp. NSA of the Baha'is of the British Isles. Guidance for Today and Tomorrow. 2nd. ed., London, Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1973 ed., xi, 273. London: Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1953. A useful compilation of general statements by Shoghi Efendi on a wide variety of topics, including the central figures of the religion, the Baha'i administrative system, Baha'ism and other religions, the contemporary world, the propagation of the faith, and (curiously for a British publication) the station of America. Sources include The Dispensation of Baha'u'llah, The World Order of Baha'u'llah, The Promised Day is Come, and God Passes By.

17. Shoghi Effendi and Foreword by 'Abd al-'Ali 'Ala'i. Tawqi'at-i mubaraka 1922-1948. Vol. 3. ed. 'Abd al-'Ali 'Ala'i. [Tehran]: Baha'i Publishing Committee, 130 B.E./1973-74. Final volume in this series of collected Persian letters. Contains a total of 143 letters, mainly to groups and individuals in Iran (but some to destinations like Baghdad and Ashkhabad). Prefaced by a part bibliography of Shoghi Effendi's works. Contains a subject index, an index of proper names, a place index, and a glossary. The vast majority (132 letters) were penned by a secretary according to Shoghi Effendi's instructions.

18. Shoghi Effendi and Intro. Collis Featherstone. Arohanui: Letters from Shoghi Effendi to New Zealand. xii, 111 pp. Fiji: Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1982. A collection of letters to individuals and Baha'i bodies from 1923 to 1957. Illustrated, with notes on early Baha'is in New Zealand. See also item xx5.11.

19. Shoghi Effendi and Intro. George Townshend. God Passes By. idem. Wilmette, Ill.: Baha'i Publishing Company, 1950. xxiii, 4I2, [22] p.; idem. Wilmette, Ill.: Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1957, 1965, 1970. xxiii, 412, 22 p.; idem. [rev. ed.] Wilmette, Ill.: Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1974, 1979. xxiii, 436 p. LC card 75-- ed., Wilmette, Ill.: Baha'i Publishing Committee, 1944. A full-length history of Babism and Baha'ism, written to coincide with the centenary of the movement's foundation. The author divides his history into four periods (the Bab, Baha' Allah, 'Abd al-Baha', the early 'Formative Age'. The last of a series of 'official histories' of the movement, this has had the deepest influence on modern Baha'i historiography. Marred as a serious history by a total absence of references and an overblown style. C. 5.62-65.

20. Shoghi Effendi and Intro. John A. Robarts. Messages to Canada. xiii, 78. n.p. [Toronto, Ont.]: National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of Canada, 1965. A collection of letters addressed to the National Assembly of the Baha'is of Canada, in three sections (1923 -- one letter; 1948-53; 1953-57). 1948 marks the date when the Canadian Baha'is became independent of the USA. The majority of letters were written on behalf of Shoghi Effendi by secretaries (Leroy Ioas and Ruhiyyih Rabbani, herself a Canadian). 5.98.

21. Shoghi Effendi and The Universal House of Justice. A Special Measure of Love. Wilmette, Ill.: Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1974. Originally published as The Importance of Teaching Indigenous People (item x), then as Principles of Mass Teaching (item xx). This ed. contains portions of three letters by the Universal House of Justice.

22. Shoghi Effendi and The Universal House of Justice. The Proclamation Campaign. 9. n.p. [?U.K.]: n.d. A short selection of passages related to the idea of an international campaign of propagation, initiated by the Universal House of Justice in 1967.

23. Shoghi Effendi and With Sitarih Khanum (Lady Blomfield). The Passing of Abdul Baha. Reissued as The Passing of 'Abdu'l-Baha, n.d. [1922?], Stuttgart, Germany, Wilhelm Heppeler, 32 pp.; London, Baha'i Publishing Trust, n.d. [196?], 29 pp; and as 5.12. The Ascension of 'Abdu'l-Baha. comp. prepared in January 1922 by Lady Blomfield and Shoghi Effendi. London: Baha'i Publishing Trust, n.d. [1985?] (Oakham, Leics.: Magnum Offset). 30 pp.; again as The Passing of 'Abdu'l-Baha: a Compilation, Los Angeles, Kalimat Press, 1991, vi, 138 pp.

24. Shoghi Effendi, (comp.). The Baha'i Faith: 1844-1950 Information Statistical and Comparative. Wilmette, Ill.: Baha'i Publishing Committee, 1950. Second in a series of statistical surveys (see also items xx, xxx, xxxx). c/r statistics.

25. Shoghi Effendi, The Universal House of Justice, and Comp. Peter J. Kahn. Political Non-Involvement and Obedience to Government. Rev. ed., Australia, Baha'i Publications, Australia, 1980, 1984 ed., 31. n.p. [Mona Vale, N. S. W.]: Baha'i Publications, Australia, 1979. 5.114.

26. Shoghi Effendi, The Universal House of Justice, and Comp. The Universal House of Justice. Living the Life. As Living the Baha'i Life, Philippines, Baha'i Publishing Trust ed., London: Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1974. Identical to The Baha'i Life (item x), with the addition of a letter from the Universal House of Justice 'Living the Life -- Further Guidance', dated 6 February 1973.

27. Shoghi Effendi, [comp.]. A World Survey: The Baha'i Faith, 1844-1944. 24. Wilmette, Ill.: Baha'i Publishing Committee, 1944. The first of a series of booklets [see also items xx, xxx, xxxx, providing statistical information about the history and spread of the Baha'i movement. Contains lists of countries and localities missionized, centres opened, properties purchased, and so forth. 5. 156.

28. Shoghi Effendi. "'The Faith of Baha'u'llah'." India and Israel (Bombay) 5 (6 Dec. 1952): 32-33.11.921 Also printed in Guidance for Today and Tomorrow.

29. Shoghi Effendi. "'The Faith of Baha'u'llah, a World Religion'." World Order (October 1947): A short (roughly 10 pages) statement prepared for the United Nations Special Committee on Palestine, this provides a particularly succinct expression of Shoghi Effendi's view of the essential features of Baha'ism as he wished it to be understood by outsiders. Published separately, Wilmette, Ill., Baha'i Publishing Committee, 1947, 8 pp.; Wilmette, Ill., BPC/Geneva, Switzerland, Baha'i International Bureau, Baha'i European Teaching Committee, 1947; Wilmette, Ill., BPT, 1959, 1966, 1971, 20 pp.; 1980, 21 pp.; London, Baha'i Publishing Trust, 19??.; and as the introduction to Shoghi Effendi, Guidance for Today and Tomorrow (item XX).C. 5.53-54 [without London ed.]

30. Shoghi Effendi. A God-Given Mandate. Also published in Shoghi Effendi, Messages from the Guardian (item x) and idem, Messages to America 1932-1946 (item xx). ed., Wilmette, Ill.: Baha'i Publishing Committee, 1946. Shoghi Effendi's first full-length letter to the Baha'is of the United States following the inception of the second 'Seven-Year Plan' (1946-1953). The text urges the American Baha'is to spread the religion in accordance with what is seen as a divinely-ordained destiny. C. 5.61.

31. Shoghi Effendi. A Mysterious Dispensation of Providence: A Message from the Guardian on the Persecution of the Baha'is in Iran. Wilmette, Ill.: National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the United States, 1955. [7] p. 1955.5.101. c/r 'persecutions'.

32. Shoghi Effendi. A Pattern for Future Society. Reprinted 1941, 1945, 1946, 1948. 3 p. (Baha'i Reprint; no.s). idem. Wilmette, Ill.: Baha'i Publishing Trust, [1957] 5 p-; idem. Manchester, U.K.: Baha'i Publishing Trust, n.d. [194- or 195-] [4] p.; idem. New Delhi: Baha'i Public Relations, n.d. [195-?] [3] p. ed., 3. Wilmette, Ill.: Baha'i Publishing Committee, n.d. [1940]. 5.110-113 Also published in XXXX?

33. Shoghi Effendi. America and the Most Great Peace. 1st.; Reprinted in The World Order of Baha'u'llah. Wilmette, Baha'i Publishing Committee, 1938 (and see further item xx); ed., 26. New York: Baha'i Publishing Committee, 1933. A short encyclical letter dated 21 April (Ridvan) 1933, addressed to the Baha'is of the United States and Canada. Summarizes the history of Baha'ism in America, dividing it into four decades (1893-1903, 1903-1913, 1913-1923, and 1923-1933). One of a number of central texts endowing the United States with a primary role among the Baha'i communities of the world. C. 5.8-9.

34. Shoghi Effendi. American Baha'is in Time of World Peril: A World Crusade Message from the Guardian. Wilmette, Ill.: National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the United States, 1954. [5] p. 1954. 5.10.

35. Shoghi Effendi. Baha'i Administration. 1st.; 2nd. ed., New York, Baha'i Publishing Committee, 1933, viii, 188, [97] pp.; 3rd. ed., New York, Baha'i Publishing Committee, 1936, viii, 221 pp.; 4th. ed. Wilmette, Baha'i Publishing Committee, 1941; 5th. rev. ed., Wilmette, Ill., Baha'i Publishing Committee, 1941, viii, 197 pp.; 5th. ed., Wilmette, Ill., BPC, 1945, x, 197 pp.; 5th rev. ed., Wilmette, Ill., BPT, 1960; 6th. ed., 1968, x, 209 pp; 7th. ed., 1974, 1980 ed., viii, 155. New York: Baha'i Publishing Committee, 1928. Part One contains excerpts from the Will and Testament of 'Abd al-Baha' [see item xx]. Part Two consists of the earliest English letters of Shoghi Effendi, from 21 January 1922 to 17 July 1932, mainly to the United States. An extremely valuable source of materials showing the development of Baha'ism as an organized religion in the first ten years of Shoghi Effendi's leadership. C. 5.13-20.

36. Shoghi Effendi. Baha'i Funds and Contributions. comp. the Universal House of Justice. [Thornhill, Ont.]: National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of Canada, 1970, 1974. 24 p. Also as: Extracts from the Guardian's Letters on Baha'i Funds and Contributions. comp. the Universal House of Justice. n.p. [Victoria?: National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of tbe Cameroon Republic?], n.d. [1970] 14 p. And as: Lifeblood of the Cause. comp. the Universal House of Justice. London: Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1970. 19 p. (Baha'i Publishing Trust Compilation Series; no.3). See 5 25, 5-52- idem. 2nd ed. London: Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1975. 20 p. (Baha'i Publishing Trust Compilation Series; no.3). ed., 1970. 5.25.

37. Shoghi Effendi. Baha'u'llah's Ground Plan of World Fellowship. London: World Congress of Faiths, n.d. [1936] 15 p- idem. London: World Congress of Faiths, n.d. [1938] (World Fellowship through Religion. Pamphlet; no.17). 15 p. n.d. [1936]. 5.27a.- 27b

38. Shoghi Effendi. Bahah'i Procedure. Wilmette, Baha'i Publishing Committee, 1942 ed., New York: Baha'i Publishing Committee, 1937.

39. Shoghi Effendi. Challenge: Messages to Baha'i Youth = Defi: Messages aux jeunes Baha'is. Thornhill, Ont.: National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of Canada, 1975. 20, 20 p. 1975. 5.33.

40. Shoghi Effendi. Charter of a Divine Civilization: A Compilation. Wilmette, Ill.: National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the United States, 1956. 14 p. 1956. 5.35.

41. Shoghi Effendi. Citadel of Faith: Messages to America/ 1947-1957. Reprinted 1970, 1980 ed., ix, 178. Wilmette, Ill.: Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1965. A collection of Shoghi Effendi's letters to the Baha'is of North America during the last decade of his life. These are mainly short letters on a wide variety of topics, including prophecies of a third world war. The general mood is that of time running short. For a commentary on one letter, see Beatrice Ashton, American Baha'is in the Time of World Peril (section x, item xx). C. 5.36.

42. Shoghi Effendi. Dawn of a New Day. xii, 233. New Delhi: Baha'i Publishing Trust, n.d. [1970]. A collection of letters and excerpts from letters written to the National Assembly of the Baha'is of India (originally India and Burma) between 1923 and 1957, followed by selections addressed to the Baha'i youth of India, individual Indian Baha'is (achronological), and two letters to Burmese Baha'is (1923). A final section contains selected cablegrams 1935-1955. Cover title Dawn of a New Day: Messages to India. 1923--1957.

43. Shoghi Effendi. Dawr-i Baha'i. Translated by National Baha'i Translation Committee. [Tehran]: Baha'i Publishing Committee, 111 B.E./1954-55. Persian translation of The Dispensation of Baha'u'llah[item xx].

44. Shoghi Effendi. Extracts from the writings of Shoghi Effendi outlining some of the teachings of Baha'u'llah on chastity. London: National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the British Isles, [196?]. A tiny pamphlet containing, in fact, only one extract from The Advent of Divine Justice, amounting to two paragraphs. At one time this eulogy of clean-mindedness was automatically sent to all youthful converts in Britain.

45. Shoghi Effendi. Guidance for Youth. Reprinted 1969, 12 pp. ed., 11. London: Baha'i Publishing Trust, n.d. [between 1963 and 1969]. A very slim collection of passages concerning Baha'i youth. Part 2 consists mainly of extracts from The Advent of Divine Justice. Most of the letters were written on behalf of Shoghi Effendi 'through his secretary' (unnamed). 5.70.

46. Shoghi Effendi. Hal wa ayanda-yi jahan az didgah-i Baha'i (The present state of the world and its future from a Baha'i viewpoint), West Wittering, England, Oneworld, 1986, 90 pp.

47. Shoghi Effendi. High Endeavours: Messages to Alaska. Also as High Endeavors: Messages to Alaska. [Anchorage]: National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of Alaska, n.d. [1975?] xi, 112 p. ed., ix, 85 pp. n.p. [Anchorage]: National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of Alaska, Inc., 1976. Letters to individuals, early local Baha'i assemblies, and (briefly) the National Assembly of Alaska. Includes an index and appended short extracts on specific topics. 5.72-72.

48. Shoghi Effendi. Importance and Methods of Close Collaboration Amongst the Institutions of the Faith. n.p.: Continental Board of Counsellors in Africa, 1982. 13 p. 1982.5.74.

49. Shoghi Effendi. Launching the World-Embracing Spiritual Crusade. n.p. [Wilmette, Ill.]: National Spiritual Assembly, 1952. [4] p. 1952. 5.78.

50. Shoghi Effendi. Letter from Shoghi Effendi to the Baha'is of America. [7]. Haifa: 1922. Collins 5.79 gives place of pub. as n.p., USA.

51. Shoghi Effendi. Letters from Shoghi Effendi to the Believers of Central America and the Antilles from March 28, 1949 to October 6, 1957. n.p. [San Jose, Costa Rica: National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of Central America and the Antilles], n.d. [196-?] [77] leaves; mimeographed. n.d. [196-?]. 5.81.

52. Shoghi Effendi. Letters from Shoghi Effendi, January 21, 1922 - November 27, 1924. New York: Baha'i Publishing Committee, 1925. 24 p. 1925. 5.80.

53. Shoghi Effendi. Letters from Shoghi Effendi. New York: Baha'i Publishing Committee, 1925. A collection of early letters dated from 27 January 1922 to 27 November 1924.

54. Shoghi Effendi. Letters from the Guardian to Australia and New Zealand 1923-1957. Reprinted 1971 ed., viii, 140 pp. Sydney, N.S.W.: National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of Australia Inc., 1970. A collection of letters to individuals and Baha'i institutions in Australia and New Zealand. The majority are actually letters written on behalf of Shoghi Effendi by secretaries (Jessie Revell, Leroy Ioas, Amelia Collins, and, in particular, his wife, Ruhiyyih Rabbani). Letters or appendices to letters in Shoghi Effendi's own hand have been printed in italics. C. 5.82.

55. Shoghi Effendi. Living the Life: A Compilation. n.p. [Africa?], n.d. [Ig72 or later] II p. n.d. [1972 or later].5.93. c/r personal development

56. Shoghi Effendi. Majmu'a-yi munajat (Collected prayers). Reprinted 1984, Hofheim-Langenhain, Baha'i-Verlag, 68 pp. ed., 41. [Tehran]: Baha'i Publications Committee, n.d. A collection of 18 mainly Persian devotions, this compilation occupies an ambivalent position in Baha'i literature, in that Shoghi Effendi's writings are not revealed scripture, yet are here presented for personal and communal devotional use (as is common practice) -- a function limited by Shoghi Effendi himself to the writings of the Bab, Baha' Allah, and 'Abd al-Baha'.

57. Shoghi Effendi. Messages from the Guardian 1932-1940. Republished with later letters in Shoghi Effendi, Messages to America 1932-1946 (item xx). ed., New York: Baha'i Publishing Committee, 1940. Short letters addressed to the Baha'is of America between June 21 1932 and July 21 1940, constituting a continuation of the collection entitled Baha'i Administration (item xx). An apocalyptic quality may be noted in many of the later letters.

58. Shoghi Effendi. Messages from the Guardian Taken from Baha'i News. comp. James Heggie. [Australia]: James Heggie, 1972. 97 p. 1972. 5.96.

59. Shoghi Effendi. Messages from the Guardian: Letters and Cablegrams Received by the National Spiritual Assembly from June 21, 1932 to July 21, 1940. New York: Baha'i Publishing Committee, l940. p. 'Compiled from Baha'i News'; 'taken from the postscript of letters written through the Guardian's secretary, the postscripts being in Shoghi Effendi's own hand, and, from cablegrams likewise written by him over his own signature. '. 1940. 5.95.

60. Shoghi Effendi. Messages to America: Selected Letters and Cablegrams Addressed to the Baha'is of North Amertca, 1932-1946. For the texts between 1932 and 1940, see Shoghi Effendi, Messages from the Guardian 1932-1940 (item xx). ed., iii, 118. Wilmette, Ill.: Baha'i Publishing Committee, 1947. Cables and letters written to the Baha'is of North America between June 21 1932 and December 3 1946 (an extended version of an earlier compilation, Messages from the Guardian 1932-1940, item xx). The letters are mostly brief, more extended treatments having been reserved for full-length epistles written during this period. 5.97.

61. Shoghi Effendi. Messages to the Baha'i World 1950-1957. 2nd. ed. 1971, viii, 182 pp. ed., viii, 130. Wilmette, Ill.: Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1958. A collection of the last letters and cables of Shoghi Effendi. Prior to 1950, communications were addressed to individual Baha'i communities (and have been published as such). From 1950, he addressed himself to the Baha'is collectively. The present collection contains important details relating to Shoghi Effendi's final organizational changes. The 2nd. ed. contains some letters not in the first. 5.99-100.

62. Shoghi Effendi. Muntakhabat-i tawqi'at-i mubaraka. ed. 'Ali Akbar Furutan. [Tehran]: Baha'i Publishing Committee, 105 B.E./1948-49. Collected letters of Shoghi Effendi in Persian.

63. Shoghi Effendi. O le Uiga Moni o Filifiliga Baha'i = The Nature of Baha'i Elections. [Apia]: National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of Samoa, n.d. [1980?] [2] leaves. Samoan and English text. n.d. [1980?]. 5.105.

64. Shoghi Effendi. Principles of Baha'i Administration. 5.116. idem. 2nd ed. London: Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1963. xiv, 109 p. idem. 3rd ed. London: Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1973. xii, 1 16 p. idem. 4th ed. London: Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1976. xii, 116 p. idem. New Delhi: Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1982. xii, 116 p. ed., 125. London: Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1950. A well-organized and widely-used handbook compiled from statements of Shoghi Effendi on four main areas: the individual, the local assembly, the national convention, and the national assembly. A number of statements by the British national assembly are included, together with their Memorandum of Association and Articles of Association. The third edition has an index and several additional documents. 5.115-119.

65. Shoghi Effendi. Principles of Mass Teaching -- see The Importance of Teaching Indigenous People.

66. Shoghi Effendi. Religion a Living Organism. Reprinted 1941 ed., 7. New York: Baha'i Publishing Committee, 1940. 5. 126.

67. Shoghi Effendi. Rock-Bottom Requirements: Shoghi Effendi's Last Letter to the British Baha'i Community. London: National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the United Kingdom, n.d. [1981 ?] [3]. n.d. [1981?].5.128.

68. Shoghi Effendi. Selected Writings of Shoghi Effendi, Guardian of the Baha'i Faith. 1st.; Rev. ed., Wilmette, Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1975, vii, 37 pp. ed., 45. Wilmette, Ill.: Baha'i Publishing Committee, 1942. 5.130-131.

69. Shoghi Effendi. Spiritualization of Our Social Relations = Boitshephiso jwa Botsalanojwa Rona. n.p. [Mmabatho: National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of Bophuthatswana], n.d. [1984] 1 p. Excerpts from The Advent of Divine Justice and another letter of Shoghi Effendi's. n,d, [1984]. 5.I34.

70. Shoghi Effendi. Tawqi'-i mani'-i mubarak-i Naw Ruz yiksad wa dah (110) sadir az yara'a-yi mawla-yi tavana Hadrat-i Vali-yi Amr Allah arwahuna li-'inayatihi 'l-fida[']. Also published in Tawqi'at-i mubaraka...1952-1957 [item xxx], [Tehran], Baha'i Publishing Committee, 119 B.E./1962-63 ed., [Tehran]: [Baha'i Publishing Committee?], n.d. A lengthy letter written to mark the start of the year 110/1953, the one hundredth anniversary of Baha' Allah's supposed awakening to a consciousness of his divine mission. The text contains quotations from early poems of Baha' Allah.

71. Shoghi Effendi. Tawqi'at-i mubaraka 1922-26. Vol. 1. ed. 'Abd al-'Ali 'Ala'i. [Tehran] Baha'i Publishing Committee: 129 B.E./1972-73. The first of three volumes of Persian letters from Shoghi Effendi. This volume contains 61 letters addressed to the Baha'is of Iran in general or regionally, the National Baha'i Assembly of Iran, and Baha'i groups in India and Ashkhabad. Contains a contents index and glossary of obscure terms.

72. Shoghi Effendi. Tawqi'at-i mubaraka 1927-1939. Vol. 2. ed. 'Abd al-'Ali 'Ala'i. [Tehran]: Baha'i Publishing Committee, 129 B.E./1972-73. A further collection of Persian letters by Shoghi Effendi, containing a total of twenty epistles to a wide variety of recipients.

73. Shoghi Effendi. Tawqi'at-i mubaraka-yi Hadrat-i Vali-yi Amr Allah Shahr al-Jalal 102 - Shahr al-asma' 109, April 1945 - Awgust 1952. [Tehran]: Baha'i Publishing Committee, 125 B.E./1968-69. A collection of 94 telegrams and letters written between 1945 and 1952, consisting in large part of items translated from English.

74. Shoghi Effendi. Tawqi'at-i mubaraka-yi Hadrat-i Vali-yi Amr Allah, Uktubar 1952 - Uktubar 1957, Shahr al-Mashiyya 109 - Shahr al-Mashiyya 114. [Tehran], Baha'i Publishing Committee: 119 B.E./1962-63. Two telegrams and five letters despatched between October 1952 and October 1957. The third item (pp.25-119) is a lengthy letter dated Naw Ruz 110 (March 1953), also published separately (item xx). Items 1, 6, and 7 are translations of English originals (Messages to the Baha'i World [item XX], pp.40-45, 102-20, 124-30).

75. Shoghi Effendi. Tawqi'at-i mubaraka-yi Hadrat-i Vali-yi Amr Allah: Lawh-i qarn-i ahibba'-i sharq, Naw-Ruz 101 badi'. [Tehran]: Baha'i Publishing Committee, 123 B.E./1966-67. A wordy epistle of 197 pages intended to serve as the Persian equivalent of the author's longer English-language work, God Passes By, as a celebration of the centenary of the Baha'i religion (dated from 1844). Originally written in 101 B.E./1944-45. Contains indexes of names, places, peoples, and titles.

76. Shoghi Effendi. The Advent of Divine Justice. 1st.; reprinted Wilmette, Baha'i Publishing Committee, 1940, 1948; Wilmette, Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1956, 90 pp.; 1st. rev. ed., Wilmette, Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1963, v, 90 pp. new ed., Wilmette, Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1969, 1971, 1974; rev. ed. with new index, Wilmette, Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1984; reprinted New Delhi, Baha'i Publishing Trust, n.d. [between 1970 and 1977], v, 90 pp.; ed., 77. New York: Baha'i Publishing Committee, 1939. A lengthy encyclical letter dated 25 December 1938, addressed to the Baha'is of the United States and Canada and subsequently elevated to the status of a central text. The central theme is the propagation of the Baha'i cause, in pursuit of which the author elaborates on the spiritual and moral qualifications required of Baha'i missionaries and, in particular, examines the challenge of racial prejudice in North America. C. 5.1-7.

77. Shoghi Effendi. The Baha'i Faith, 1844-1944: Information Statistical and Comparative. Haifa, 1944 (Haifa: Warhaftig's Press). 26 p. 1944. 5.2I. c/r statistics.

78. Shoghi Effendi. The Baha'i Faith, 1844-1950: Information Statistical and Comparative. Wilmette: Ill.: Baha'i Publishing Committee, 1950. 35 p. LC card 50-34896. 1950. 5 .22 c/r statistics.

79. Shoghi Effendi. The Baha'i Faith, 1844-I952: Information Statistical and Comparative. London: Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1952. 74 p. LC card 54-20066. Wilmette, Ill.: Baha'i Publishing Committee, 1953. 74 p. LC card 53-33412. 1952. 5.23. -24 c/r statistics.

80. Shoghi Effendi. The Beloved of God and the Handmaids of the Merciful throughout the West, July I7, I932. [United States], 1932. 16 p. and envelope. Facsimile of Shoghi Effendi's message on the death of the Greatest Holy Leaf. 1932. 5.28.

81. Shoghi Effendi. The Challenging Requirements of the Present Hour. Reprinted in Shoghi Effendi, The Citadel of Faith, Wilmette, Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1965, pp.4-38 (item xx) ed., 36. Wilmette, Ill.: National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the United States and Canada, 1947. Encyclical letter to the Baha'is of North America, dated 5 June 1947. Prophesies the main achievements of the Baha'i 'Formative Age', details the objectives of the Second Seven-Year Plan, draws attention to the importance of the North American Indian as potential converts, and draws a parallel between the destinies of the American Baha'i community and the American nation.

82. Shoghi Effendi. The Citadel of the Faith of Baha'u'llah. Reprinted in The Citadel of Faith, Wilmette, Ill., Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1965, pp.58-63 (item 226) ed., 7. Wilmette, Ill.: National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the United States, 1948. A short letter dated 8 November 1948, containing prophecies of future catastrophes for mankind and a third world war. C. 5.37.

83. Shoghi Effendi. The Dawn of World Civilization. Wilmette, Ill.: Baha'i Publishing Committee, 1945.

84. Shoghi Effendi. The Destiny of America. Reprinted 1941, 1944 ed., 7. Baha'i Reprint: No. 6, New York: Baha'i Publishing Committee, 1940. Bjorling gives 1938 for first printing 87. 5.41.

85. Shoghi Effendi. The Destiny of the American Nation. 6. Wilmette, Ill.: Baha'i Publishing Committee, 1947. C. 5.42

86. Shoghi Effendi. The Dispensation of Baha'u'llah reprinted 1937, 1940; Wilmette, Ill., Baha'i Publishing Committee, 1943, 1947; Wilmette, Ill., Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1960, 1970, 1975, 1981; London, Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1947, 1981, 69 pp 1st Indian ed. New Delhi: Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1977. 65 p. LC card 8 1-903446. Also published in Shoghi Effendi, The World Order of Baha'u'llah (item xx). ed., 65. New York: Baha'i Publishing Committee, 1934. Dated 8 February 1934, this is probably the most important of Shoghi Effendi's shorter works. It deals in four separate sections with the Bab, Baha' Allah, 'Abd al-Baha', and the Baha'i administrative order, providing what has become the definitive exposition of the theological status of the three 'Central Figures' of the religion. The last section on the necessity of a continuing Guardianship carries serious doctrinal implications. C. 5.46-50.

87. Shoghi Effendi. The Earth is God's. London: Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1947.

88. Shoghi Effendi. The Future World Civilization [in Bjorling]. Wilmette, Ill.: National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the US, 1936a.Confusion with The Future World Commonwealth? Not in Collins

89. Shoghi Effendi. The Future World Commonwealth. 16. New York: National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the US and Canada, 1936. C. 5.56.

90. Shoghi Effendi. The Goal of a New World Order.; dem. New York: National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the United States and Canada, Baha'i Publishing Committee [distributor], n.d. [1938] 28 p. Wilmette, Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1971, 24 pp.; also published in Shoghi Effendi, The World Order of Baha'u'llah (item xx). French trans., Leon Karakehia, Le but d'un nouvel Ordre Mondial, Paris, Editions Ernest Leroux, 1936 ed., 28 pp. New York: NSA of the Baha'is of the US & Canada/J. J. Little & Ives, 1931. One of the earliest systematic treatises in which Shoghi Effendi set out his plans for a future world super-state. The text emphasizes the pivotal nature of the doctrine of the oneness of mankind and contains several allusions to a coming global conflict. C. 5.58-60; Also printed in Sanj Vartaman (Bombay), Sept. 1933, pp. 98c-98 (Collins 11.922).

91. Shoghi Effendi. The Golden Age of the Cause of Baha'u'llah. Also published in Shoghi Effendi, The World Order of Baha'u'llah (item xx). ed., 20. New York: Baha'i Publishing Committee, 1932. A general letter dated 21 March 1932, the present piece is notable for its drawing of an unfavourable comparison between the early history of Christianity (based wholly on Gibbon) and that of the Baha'i cause. Later sections deal with the progressive nature of divine revelation, the status of the Bab, and the avoidance by Baha'is of political issues. C. 5.66.

92. Shoghi Effendi. The Greatest Holy Leaf: A Tribute to Bahtyyih Khanum. London: National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the United Kingdom, n.d. [1980?l [4] p. n.d. [1980]. 5.67. [check if this = 5.28]

93. Shoghi Effendi. The Guardian's Message for the Centenary of the Martyrdom of the Bab. n.p. [United States?], 1950. [4] P. 1950. 5.68.

94. Shoghi Effendi. The Guardian's Seven Year Plan for the American Baha'i s, 1946-1953. Wilmette, Ill.: Baha'i Publishing Trust, n.d. [1946?].

95. Shoghi Effendi. The Heart of the Entire Planet. London: National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the British Isles, n.d. [1939 or 1940?] 6 leaves. n.d. [1939 or 1940?].5.71.

96. Shoghi Effendi. The Lifeblood of the Cause. Published as Baha'i Funds and Contributions, Canada, Baha'i Distribution ed., No.3 in a series of compilations issued by the Universal House of Justice, London: Baha'i Publishing Trust, [1970]. A collection of mainly unpublished extracts from letters of Shoghi Effendi dealing with Baha'i funds, their collection, and their administration.

97. Shoghi Effendi. The Light of Divine Guidance, Second Volume: Letters from the Guardian of the Baha'i Faith to Individual Believers, Groups and Baha'{ Communities in Germany and Austria. HofheimLangenhain: Baha'i-Verlag, 1985. 136 p. Vol. 2. Hofheim-Langenhain: Baha'i-Verlag, 1985. More English letters written to individuals, groups and local Baha'i assemblies in Germany and Austria. 5.86.

98. Shoghi Effendi. The Light of Divine Guidance: The Messages from the Guardian of the Baha'i Faith to the Baha'is of Germany and Austria. Hofheim Langenhain: Baha'i-Verlag, 1982, 311 pp. Vol. 1, letters covering the period 1922-57 addressed to the national Baha'i institutions of Germany and Austria and to some important local communities and individuals.

99. Shoghi Effendi. The Means of Triumph. Dar Es Salaam: National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of Tanzania, n.d. [197-] 1 p. n.d. [197-]. 5.94.

100. Shoghi Effendi. The National Convention: A Handbook on the Functions, Significance, Principles and Procedures Involved in Baha'i National Conventions. comp. from the writings of Shoghi Effendi and the Universal House of Justice by Organizing Committee of the National Convention of Malaysia. [Kuala Lumpur]: Organizing Committee, 129 B.E. [1973] [3], 8 leaves. 129 B.E. [1973]. 5.1O2.

101. Shoghi Effendi. The National Spiritual Assembly. comp. the Universal House of Justice. Wilmette, Ill.: Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1972, 1975. 61 p. Cover has subtitle: An Institution of the Baha'i Administrative Order. 5.1O4. idem. 2nd enl. ed. London: Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1973. 40 p. (Baha'i Publishing Trust Compilation Series; no.s). Also pub. in C. 4.267. ed., 1972. 5.1O3.

102. Shoghi Effendi. The Passing of the Greatest Holy Leaf: A Tribute. n.p. [Haifa?], 1932, 12 p. 1932. 5.109. Check against 2 other titles on B Khanum by SE.

103. Shoghi Effendi. The Promised Day is Come. 1st.; Reprinted 1941, 1943, 1951. 136 p. LC card 41--18937. In the middle of World War II the Guardian of the Baha'i Faith addressed this long letter to the Baha'is of the West in which he analyzed the disintegration of nations, societies and religions. 'Shoghi Effendi looks at history in the light of its essence: the relationship between temporal man and eternal God.' [Preface]; 1961 ed. Wilmette, Ill.: Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1961, 1967. x, 136 p. LC card 61--12434.; idem. rev. ed. Wilmette, Ill.: Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1980. vi, 137 p. LC card 79--23981 ; idem. Bombay, India: Baha'i Assembly of Bombay, 1942. 176 p.; idem. 2nd Indian ed. New Delhi: Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1976. vii, 136 p. ed., 136. Wilmette, Ill.: Baha'i Publishing Committee, 1941. One of the most important of Shoghi Effendi's works, this is a lengthy encyclical letter dated March 28 1941. The theme is divine retribution afflicting nations and religious faiths in return for the failure of kings and clerics to respond positively to the call of Baha' Allah in his letters to them. The letter contains copious quotations from relevant passages of Baha' Allah's writings. 5.121-125.

104. Shoghi Effendi. The Rising World Commonwealth. 30. London: Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1945. 5. 127.

105. Shoghi Effendi. The Sacred Epistles of the Beloved Guardian (Shoghi Effendi) Addressed to the Late Revered Hand of the Cause of God, ~anab-i-Syyed Mustapha Roumie. Rangoon: National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of Burma, n.d. [196-?] [2], 40 p. n.d. [196-?]. 5.129.

106. Shoghi Effendi. The Spiritual Potencies of that Consecrated Spot. Resissued in Shoghi Effendi, Messages to America 1932-1946 (item xx), pp.31-36. ed., 7. New York: Baha'i Publishing Committee, 1940. A letter dated December 21 1939, announcing the transfer of the remains of the brother and mother of 'Abd al-Baha' from Acre to the vicinity of the Bab's shrine on Mount Carmel. A central text for the process of transforming the Haifa shrine complex into the Baha'i administrative and religious centre. 5.133 Check if there is a 1939, n.p. edition.

107. Shoghi Effendi. The Transformation of Human Society: A Baha'i Commentary on the Current World Crisis. Wilmette, Ill.: Baha'i Public Relations, 1947. 11 p. 1947. 5.135.

108. Shoghi Effendi. The Unfolding Destiny of the British Baha'i Community. A compilation of some of the letters and cables of the beloved Guardian addressed to the British Baha'i community since 1944. Reprinted 1962, and in a limited ed., Oakham, Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1976, 41 pp. ed., 41 leaves. London: National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the British Isles, 1959. A collection of 46 letters and cables addressed to the British Baha'i community in general between 1944 and 1957. Replaced by item XX. 5.136-137.

109. Shoghi Effendi. The Unfolding Destiny of the British Baha'i Community. The Messages from the Guardian of the Baha'i Faith to the Baha'i of the British Isles. xviii, 529. London: Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1981. A vast (462 pp. of text) collection of letters and cables to Baha'i institutions and individuals in Britain from 1922 to 1957, arranged chronologically. The first four sections contain general communications, section five letters to local assemblies, and section six extracts from letters to individuals. Much of the material is the work of (unidentified) secretaries. Contains 24 pp. of biographical notes and indexes. 5. 138.

110. Shoghi Effendi. The Unfoldment of World Civilization. Reissued in Shoghi Effendi, The World Order of Baha'u'llah (item xx), pp.161-2065.139. 1st British ed. n.p. [London]: Baha'i Publishing Trust, n.d. [1936] 46 p. Reproduced photographically from the 1936 New York ed. French trans., Vers l'apogee de la race humaine, Paris, Ernest Leroux, 1936 ed., 46. New York: Baha'i Publishing Committee, 1936. A substantial letter dated March 11 1936, focussing on the process whereby mankind is expected to reach spiritual and political maturity. Expatiates on the collapse of Islam and Christianity and the breakdown of international political and economic institutions. Contains a celebrated passage outlining the principal features of the Baha'i utopian system, much of which can be traced verbatim to the last chapter of Wells's 'Outline of History'. 5.139-141.

111. Shoghi Effendi. The World Moves on to its Destiny. 4. Wilmette, Ill.: Baha'i Publishing Committee, n.d. [194-].5.143; Bjorling Check identity.

112. Shoghi Effendi. The World Order of Baha'u'llah -- Further Considerations. Reissued in Shoghi Effendi, The World Order of Baha'u'llah (item xx), pp.15-26. ed., 14 pp. New York: NSA of the Baha'is of the US & Canada, 1930. A brief letter dated March 21 1930, in which Shoghi Effendi defends the Baha'i administrative system against its critics, foretells future attacks, and attempts to distinguish the Baha'i religion from earlier ecclesiastical organizations. 5.150.

113. Shoghi Effendi. The World Order of Baha'u'llah. 1st. Wilmette, Ill., Baha'i Publishing Committee, 1944, xvi, 234 pp.; Wilmette, Ill., BPT, 1955; rev. ed., Wilmette, Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1965 (with new preface by Horace Holley), vii, 234 pp; reprinted 1969; 2nd rev. ed. as The World Order of Baha'u'llah: Selected Letters. Wilmette, Ill.: Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1974, 1980, 1982. xiii, 234 p ed., xiv, 234. New York: Baha'i Publishing Committee, 1938. The most important of the numerous collections of Shoghi Effendi's letters, this contains only seven long pieces written between 1929 and 1936. Contents include 'The World Order of Baha'u'llah, 'The Goal of a New World Order', 'The Golden Age of the Cause of Baha'u'llah', 'The Dispensation of Baha'u'llah, and 'The Unfoldment of World Civilization', all of which had been published separately. 5.145-149.

114. Shoghi Effendi. The World Order of Baha'u'llah. Reissued with other letters in Shoghi Effendi, The World Order of Baha'u'llah (item xx), pp. 3-12. ed., 12. New York: NSA of the Baha'is of the US and Canada (J. J. Little and Ives Co.), 1929. A letter dated February 27 1929, in which Shoghi Effendi defends his efforts to establish an administrative system within the religion. Contains several interesting observations on the present and ultimate status of Baha'i assemblies, and anticipates the day when Baha'ism will become 'the State Religion of an independent and Sovereign Power'. 5.144.

115. Shoghi Effendi. The World Religion: A Summary of Its Aims, Teachings and Histo. New York: New York Baha'i Center, n.d. [192-?] 7 p. One of Shoghi Effendi's two classic summaries of the Baha'i Faith (the other being The Faith of Baha'u'llah). 5.153. idem. New York: Baha'i Publishing Committee, n.d. [before 1938], 1938. 7 p. Two variants of 1938 printing: one with blank inside front cover; other with words 'For complete catalog of Baha'i literature... 5.154. idem. Wilmette, Ill.: Baha'i Publishing Committee, 1941 7 p.; idem. Karachi: Baha'i Spiritual Assembly of Karachi, n.d. [between 1923 and 1947] 7 p. New York: Baha'i Publishing Committee, n.d. [192-?]. 5.152-155.

116. Shoghi Effendi. World Government & Collective Security: A Collection of Some Baha'i Quotations. New Delhi: National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of India, Pakistan & Burma, 1953 (Delhi: National Printing Works). I D. 1953.5.142.

117. Shoghi Effendi. Worship in the Completed Temple. n.p. [Wilmette, Ill.: National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the United States], n.p. [1950] 1 p. n.d. [1950]. 5.157.

118. Shoghi Effendi. Your True Brother: Messages to Junior Youth. 24. Oxford: George Ronald, 1991. Contains eight letters written to teenage Baha'is.

119. Living the Life. comp. the Universal House of Justice. Kingston: National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of Jamaica, n.d. [197-] 44 p. See 5.26, 5.51, 5-87, 5-92- idem. New Delhi: Baha'i Publishing Trust, n.d. [1972?] 52 p. [1978] 51 p- idem. n.p. [Johannesburg: National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of South and West Africa], n.d. [1972] 8 p. 5.91. idem. Karachi: Baha'i Publishing Trust, B-E- [1978--1979] 39 p. Also in: Living the Life. London: Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1974, 1984. 52p. Two compilations, one of guidance given by the Guardian and the second of guidance given by the Universal House of Justice. ed., 22. Wilmette, Ill.: Baha'i Publishing Trust, 1981. A compilation issued by the Universal House of Justice as a supplement to the earlier booklet, The Pattern of Baha'i Life (item x). Later editions under the title Living the Life contain a letter from the Universal House of Justice (item xx). c/r personal development.

120. [Shoghi Effendi, ] and Daniel Nelson (coll. and recorded) Wegener. Divine Springtime (Section x, item xx [biographies]): contains letters of Shoghi Effendi.

121. [Shoghi Effendi, ]. Principles of Baha'i Administration -- see Section x, item xx (Mainly passages from Shoghi Effendi).

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