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Lady Blomfield: Her Life and Times, Robert Weinberg, p313

It was, indeed, very thoughtful of them to avail themselves of this wonderful opportunity for conveying to her their unbounded appreciation of the great historic services she has been able to render the Faith through her publications.

Shoghi Effendi was also deeply gratified to learn that you have been able to present to the Queen the illuminated Tablet of Baha’u’lláh. You must have surely been guided and inspired in taking such an action, which must have surely deeply impressed the Queen. The Guardian feels, indeed, very happy and grateful to you for having had the faith, courage and confidence to approach that Lady, and to renew to her the sincere and profound interest and appreciation with which the entire community of the believers throughout the world view her noble efforts for the propagation of the Message.

I wish to add a few words in person to reaffirm my deep sense of indebtedness to you. The volume will be published before the end of this year. I will gladly send you a copy as a token of my great and abiding attachment to you and gratitude for your manifold kindnesses and services to the Cause of God. Wishing you good health and happiness from all my heart. . .

1934-10-31 to Blomfield re contact w/ Queen Marie


First paragraph refers to London Baha’is giving Queen a floral gift.

The volume referred to in his comments is the Baha’i World.

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