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1933-11-01 appeal re Temple Fund

USBN #79 - November 1933 - page 1

On November 2, the following cablegram ...

"Appeal hard pressed American believers heed this, my last passionate

entreaty, not to suffer slightest interruption in Temple construction to dim the

magnificence of their epoch making enterprise. The fair name of our beloved Faith

is at stake. Its American stalwart defenders will once again vindicate its

triumphant glory. I promise one year's respite upon successful conclusion first

stage of ornamentation of our glorious Temple."

(signed) Shoghi.


A payment of $18,000 was due and only $6,000 in the Nat’l Fund.

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