Dear Co-worker: Messages from Shoghi Effendi to the Benelux countries , pp24-5
Inez Greeven, 28 March 1933
Dear Mrs. Greeven:17
I am directed by the Guardian to acknowledge the receipt of your letter dated March 20th, 1933.
He feels deeply thankful and gratified for your readiness to act promptly and print the book. As Miss Louise Drake Wright of Boston is shortly coming to Holland to resume the teaching work she started there last year, the sooner the book is ready for circulation the more it will help her in her work. The Guardian sincerely hopes that no unnecessary delay will be permitted.
When the book is out of the press please send one hundred copies to Haifa to the address of Shoghi Effendi, fifty to America to the address of the Publishing Committee, fifty to the National Assembly of Germany, fifty to the Bahà’i Bureau in Geneva18 and the remainder, please keep yourself for future demands. Perhaps, on her coming to Holland, Miss Wright will desire to have some for her work there.
Please extend Shoghi Effendi’s greetings to Mr. Greeven19 and express his deep appreciation for the services he is so kindly rendering.
Assuring you both of the Guardians prayers and best wishes, I remain, yours ever sincerely, Rúhí Afnán.
P. S. The Guardian fully approves of your suggestion to place copies of the book in the bookshops of Rotterdam. We have just heard that Miss Wright has reached Amsterdam. Her address is still unknown. Rúhí
Dear and precious co-worker:
I wish to assure you again of my genuine and lively appreciation of the prompt response on your part to my request - a response which I know involves self-sacrifice, and will, I am sure, attract the blessings of our beloved Master. Your name will thereby be forever associated with the birth and history of the Cause in Holland, a further evidence of the predominating share which the American believers are assuming in the international spread of the Cause. Your true and grateful brother, Shoghi