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(New York) Bahá'í Bulletin Published September, 1908 to May 1909 (5 issues)
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The Bahá'í Bulletin was succeeded a year later by the Bahá'í News which subsequently became Star of the West a year after that. [BWNS1289] See 1910 21 March
|New York; United States
||Bahai Bulletin; Bahai News; - Periodicals; First publications; Publications; BWNS
|1910 21 Mar
||The first issue of the Bahá'í News was published in Chicago. [BFA2:XVII; BW10:179; BWNS1289]
See BFA2:320–2, BW8:927 and SBBH1:116–17 for the magazine's development.
It is the first Bahá'í magazine published in the West. [BBD2 14]
Star of the West is published as Bahá'í News (Volume 1, Issues 1-19 from 21 March, 1910 until 2 March, 1911) and later under Star of the West /The Bahá'í Magazine (Volume 2 to Volume 25, 21 March, 1911 until 25 March,1935).
Its editors were Albert Windust and Gertrude Buikema. Others involved with its publication over its history were Albert and Emily Vail, Dr. Zia Baghdadi, Ahmad Sohrab, Edna M. True; with Horace Holley and Stanwood Cobb being singled out as early contributors. [Duane Troxel]
For an access to the Star of the West archives see http://www.starofthewest.info. This site is not searchable.
|Chicago; United States
||Star of the West; Bahai News; - Periodicals; First publications; Publications; BWNS
|1917 (in the year)
||The news magazine, Khurshid-i khavar (Sun of the East) commenced publication. [BWNS1289]
||Khurshid-i khavar (Sun of the East); - Periodicals; First publications; Publications; BWNS
|1919. 18 Nov
||The periodical entitled "The Magazine of the Children of the Kingdom" was published and distributed by Miss Ella Roberts from 1919 to 1924. [Encyclopedia of Women and Religion in North America: Native American creation stories,
edited by Rosemary Skinner Keller, Rosemary Radford Ruether, Marie Cantlon p.782-783]
The story of the naming of the magazine...
See A Compilation on Bahá’í Education #96 for a tablet by 'Abdu'l-Bahá to the children of the Bahá’í school, Urbana, Illinois found here.
See A Compilation on Bahá’í Education #102 for a tribute to the magazine by Shoghi Effendi found here. He called it "first and only organ of the Bahá’í youth throughout the world".
At the American National Convention in 1925 (July 4 - 9) it was reported that "The Magazine of the Children of the Kingdom", edited by Ella Roberts and "Bahá’í World Fellowship" edited by Mrs. Victoria Bedikian had merged. ["Bahá’í News Letter" #6 Jul-Aug 1925 p.6]
Margaret Randall told of the establishment of a Bahá'í Junior Magazine and asked 'Abdu'l-Bahá for a name for it. The Master was told who had charge of it, and His face lighted up with a beautiful smile as He said: "The name is The Magazine of the Children of the Kingdom. Who writes it? This (name) is suitable for it. [WHR128-129]
|Haifa; United States
||Magazine of the Children of the Kingdom; Children; Youth; - Periodicals; Publications; First publications
|1921 (In the year)
||A journal called Bahá'í News started publishing in English and Persian. [BWNS1289]
||Bahai News; - Periodicals; First publications; Publications; BWNS
||Two Bahá'í publications began, Sonne der Wahrheit, meaning Sun of Truth, and Wirklichkeit, meaning Reality. [BWNS1289; German Bahá'í website archive]
||Sonne der Wahrheit (Sun of Truth); Wirklichkeit (Reality); - Periodicals; First publications; Publications; BWNS
|1922 (In the year)
||Akhbar-i-Amri, a publication whose name means "News of the Cause" began in Iran.
||Akhbar-i-Amri (News of the Cause); - Periodicals; Newsletters; First publications; Publications; BWNS
|1922 - 1978
||The publication of the monthly Akhbár-i Amrí from 1922 to 1978 first by “Lajnih-yi Nashr-i Nafahát” (Committee for the Diffusion of the Divine Fragrances) and then by Mahfil-i Ruhání-yi Millí-yi Baháiyán-i Írán (National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’ís of Iran).
Scanned copies from B.E. 102 to B.E. 111 and B.E. 116 were taken from bound copies of the journal originally owned by Mr Hormuzdiar Sabet and contain his annotations, frequently noting the original English text that has been translated in the journal.
||Periodicals; Akhbar-i Amri
|1923 (In the year)
||The Dawn began publishing in Burma, in Burmese, English, and Persian.
||Dawn, The (newsletter); - Periodicals; Newsletters; First publications; Publications; BWNS
|1924 24 Dec
||The first Bahá'í News Letter, forerunner of Bahá'í News, was published in New York by the National Assembly of the United States and Canada with Horace Holley as the editor. [BBRSM122; BW10:180; BW13:856; SBR232]
For links to the publications see entry at 1990-10-00.
||New York; United States
||Newsletters; Bahai News; Horace Holley; Publications; First publications; - Periodicals
||Bertram Dewing began publication of the Bahá’í magazine Herald of the South in Auckland. [BEL174; SBR163; BWNS1289]
||Auckland; New Zealand
||Herald of the South (magazine); - Periodicals; First publications; Publications; BWNS
|1926 (In the year)
||The Bahá’í World was first published. [BW1:4; GT77; PP209; SBR232; BWNS1289]
The first edition, April 1925 to April 1926, was called The Bahá’í Yearbook.
For Shoghi Effendi’s impression of it see UD82–4.
This marked a new stage in the capacity of the Bahá'í community to provide reports and statistics, capture experience from diverse countries, and disseminate important insights and analyses. Each edition covered the progress of the international Baha'i community over a defined period.
||Bahai World volumes; First publications; Publications; - Periodicals; BWNS
||World Order magazine was founded. [SBR236; BWNS1289]
The publication included essays, poems, personal recollections, and historical pieces. The periodical brought together into one volume works by scholars, poets, artists, and practitioners from various fields of endeavour. The first volume also included excerpts from a letter by Shoghi Effendi titled "The Goal of a New World Order."
There was a break in publication from 1949 to 1966. [Bahá'í Works]
PDFs of some volumes are available for downloading from the Bahá'í Works website.
||World Order magazine; - Periodicals; First publications; Publications; BWNS
||The inaugural publication of One Country, the newsletter of the Bahá'í International Community. It was a publication of the Office of Public Information of the Bahá'í International Community in New York. The periodical reported mainly on activities of the worldwide Bahá'í community in relation to issues of sustainable development, peace and world order, human rights, and the advancement of women. [BW'86-‘92 p.539]
||New York; United States
||One Country (magazine); Newsletters; Bahai International Community; First publications; Publications; - Periodicals
||The publication of the last issue of the Bahá'í News by the National Spiritual Assembly of the United States after nearly 70 years of uninterrupted service. [CBN Feb1991pg15]
- Issues 1 to 40 were published under the name Bahá'í News Letter. Subsequent issues, from #41 to #714, were entitled simply Bahá'í News.
Subscribers in the United States received an insert entitled US Supplement from 1958 to 1967 and the name of the insert was changed to National Bahá'í Review from 1968 until the Bahá'í News discontinued publication in 1990.
||Bahai News; Newsletters; - Periodicals; Publications
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- Analysis of Topics Published in World Order (2003). Index to issues of World Order magazine, 1966-2003, arranged by topic. [about]
- Bahá'í Journal of the United Kingdom (1997). Eight years of news and essays from the Journal of the Bahá'í Community of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. [about]
- Bahá'í News: Complete issues, in Bahá'í News (1924). Link to offsite documents. [about]
- Bahá'í World, The: Complete issues (1925). [about]
- Bahá'í World, The: Volume 18 (1979-1983), in Bahá'í World (1986). [about]
- dialogue magazine: image scans of all issues (1986). All six issues (in picture scans of each page) of an independent, short-lived journal containing scholarly discussion, news, interviews, and poetry. [about]
- From Iran East and West, in Studies in the Bábí and Bahá'í Religions, 2 (1984). [about]
- List of Baha'i Studies and Translations, by Stephen Lambden. A list of content available at Lambden's personal website, Hurqalya Publications, with select links to manuscripts, texts, introductions. Includes Shaykhi and Babi studies, bibliographies, genealogies, provisional translations. [about]
- Reality magazine: Volumes 3-4, Volumes 3-4 (1921). Volumes 3:1 (January 1921) through 4:12 (December 1921) of a short-lived journal designed to promote "liberal" approaches to the Bahá'í Faith. [about]
- Reality Magazine: Editorship and Ownership of an American Bahá'í Periodical, by Peter Smith, in From Iran East and West: Studies in Babi and Bahá'í History, vol. 2 (1984). Development and eventual demise of an independent publication from the early years of the Faith in America. [about]
- Star of the West: Complete issues, in Star of the West (1910). Star of the West was a US Bahá’í newsletter published between 1910 and 1935. [about]
- Star of the West: Use of, in Electronic Form, by Universal House of Justice (1999). Guidance on use of the publication Star of the West in electronic form as well as advice on how to describe the authoritativeness of the material [about]
- World Order: Complete issues, in World Order (1935). [about]