Lady Blomfield: Her Life and Times, Robert Weinberg, p297-8
It brings the story to the banishment of Baha’u’lláh from Persia, a most logical place to stop, Shoghi Effendi hopes that you have received the previous pages. He has not yet had time to go over the suggestions you have sent him but he is delighted to see that they are numerous . . .
‘My dear Sitarih Khanum,’ added the Guardian. ‘I am indeed most thankful to you for your painstaking efforts in going over the manuscript and of giving me your valuable suggestions. I trust that you will not be finding it too tedious and exacting a work. I have been working very hard on it, and I trust that it will help advance the interests of the Cause in the West. Again thanking you from the bottom of my heart, Yours affectionately, Shoghi.
1930-09-30 to Blomfield re translation of Dawnbreakers