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||John and Louise Bosch pioneer in Tahiti until September, the first Bahá'ís to travel to the island. See BW3p368 for an account of their stay written by Louise.
||John and Louise Bosch; Louise Bosch; John Bosch
|1927 1 Aug
||Geyserville Bahá’í Summer School, the first American Bahá’í summer school, is established on property in California donated by John Bosch. It was to operate until 1973 when a new road project divided the property. The land was sold and the funds used to purchase land in the mountains above the coastal town of Santa Cruz. The new school was named In honour of John and Louise Bosch. [BBD87; BW10:180; GPB340, Bosch]
- BW5:28–9 says this was the second Bahá’í summer school in America but Shoghi Effendi indicates in GPB340 that Green Acre is formally established as a Bahá’í summer school in 1929.
||Summer School; John Bosch
|1946 22 Jul
||The passing of John David Bosch (named "Núraní by 'Abdu'l-Bahá) at his home near Geyserville, California (b. August 1, 1855 at Neu-St Johann, Canton Gall, Switzerland) He had become a Bahá'í in 1905. His teachers being Mrs Beckwith, Mrs Goodall, Mrs Cooper and Thornton Chase. He is buried in the Olive Hill Cemetery, Geyserville.
- He along with George Latimer and Leroy Ioas were appointed by the National Spiritual Assembly to find a location to establish a "Western Green Acre". John donated his 35 acre estate.
- For a pen portrait and biography of John and Louise Bosch see Other People Other Places by Marzieh Gail pages 182-194 or Bahá'í News page 705.
- For pictures of John and Louise Bosch see the Bosch Bahá'í School site.
||In Memoriam; John Bosch; Geyserville; Louise Bosch
|1974 13 Jul
||The dedication of the John Bosch Bahá'í Summer School in Santa Cruz, California. [Bosch web site]
||Santa Cruz; California
||John Bosch Baha'i Summer School