USBN #253 March 1952 p1
“The beloved Guardian was very pleased to see so many friends gathered at Louhelen. he was also delighted that special attention was given to the question of the work in Africa, as he attaches very great importance to this new field of activity.
“He hopes that wherever it is possible the believers will make every effort to contact African students and visitors, and to show them kindness and hospitality. This may not only lead to the conversion of some while in America, but will also make friends for the Faith in Africa.”
September 28. 1951. to Baha’is present at Louhelen School early in September, 1951. The letter is dated September 28.
[this was a training session for people considering pioneering to Africa]